Preserving the roots of India's scriptural and philosophical traditions
Inaugurated in 1997 by Gurumayi Chidvilasananda, the Muktabodha Indological Research Institute (MIRI) is dedicated to digitally preserving the philosophical and scriptural texts of classical India and making them freely accessible to scholars and seekers worldwide.
A growing archive of approximately 3,000 Sanskrit texts, including several hundred searchable e-texts from the non-dual Śaivite traditions of Kashmir and other major streams of Tantric literature.
To provide broader access to the wisdom contained within these texts, Muktabodha is supporting scholars to translate selected manuscripts from its Kashmiri Śaivite collection into English, many of which have never been translated before.
French Institute of Pondicherry
Texts available through the Muktabodha Digital Library "constituted, for the last twenty years, one of the major resources for scholars of Śaivism worldwide."