is not in TEI but is freely downloadable and could pretty easily be converted to XML

On 16 August 2013 15:32, Claudius Teodorescu <> wrote:

Thanks a lot for hints!


On Fri, Aug 16, 2013 at 4:45 PM, Joe Wicentowski <> wrote:
Hi Claudius,

> Hi, Anyone knows about Rig-Veda in TEI?

Are you looking for a TEI-encoded edition of the Rigveda?  I don't
know - googling yielded only this page with some other Sanskrit texts
encoded in TEI:  But the main TEI-L
mailing list is probably a better place to ask.  Searching the
archives, I see someone appears to have worked on it:  If you want to
post a message, the subscription link is at TEI-L:  Another good
place is Digital Humanities Questions & Answers:

Good luck!


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