Related Web Sites
Help for Playwrights
A site where you can post your entire play for free.
Dramatists Guild. An
organization which helps playwright's protect their legal and financial interests.
Workshop. Dramatic structure, weekend playwright exercises, reading list, stagecraft,
markets, links. This is a new and growing site with an associated mailing list To
try out the mailing list (low volume), send an empty email to DramaWorkshopfirstname.lastname@example.org
Playwrights on the Web -
an international database of playwrights and their websites offering publishing
opportunities. While you're there, check out The Playwrights Noticeboard, which lists
current production opportunities
Playwriting Seminars. Learn the
craft at this 228 page site!
The original by this name..list of links
Playwriting Help. List of
websites helpful to playwrights.
Sites About Ramayana
Exile in the Forest. Site gives more
information about both the story and those who love it. Information accompanies
twelve charming miniature painting telling the story.
Ramayana for Classroom Use. This telling was put together by Larry Tominberg for use
Ramayana Home Page. Without a doubt the
most breathtakingly complete reference so far! Site provides access to download of
original text material in both Sanskrit (the Valmiki version) and Hindi (the Tulsidas
version), a biography, in English of Tulsidas, the Ramayana in pictures, English resources
aplenty (including to my surprise THIS page a day after I put it up) and Ramayana for
children, an interfaith version, the holiday Divalai, and devotional songs in the Tamil
language, etc. etc. etc. Site does use frames.
Valmiki Ramayana. Bala
Khanda and Ayodhya Khanda are now on this site in the original Sanskrit with translation.
You can view the verses in Sanskrit with word-by-word and running translation or
just read the English translation. It looks like this site will continue to grow and be
worth many visits by all of us.
Ramayana - An Enduring
Tradition. A University of Syracuse site from a seminar on the great epic.
Beautiful, informative, worth many visits.
Other Sites by Aikya Param
Advaita Vedanta for Today tells the essence
of this teaching in simple language and includes Daily Readings from beloved tests.
The site includes a link to a text only version.
Hindu Web Graphics. A
collection of background, buttons, bars, and images of deities and symbols for site
builders who want to give a Hindu character to their website.
PROMISE AWARD. Awarded to websites of
Visual Art, Music, Film or Spiritual Organizations expressing or encouraging the best in
all of us. List of winners included.
Transition Resources. Kathy Sorensen,
founder of Transitions Resources, has been a very important supporter. Besides
finding out about workshops by Kathy, at her site you can take see her calendar,
"Spoken From the Heart," which gives a thought provoking and inspriing thought
for each day, and the upcoming similar daily planner.