TAKA Archives Available For Viewing

Thanks to many tedious hours of work by Andre Garzia, our developer in Brasil, and to the Digital Dharma Drive donors whose donations pay for his time, we are happy to announce that TAKA archives are available for viewing. He had to go back in time and “scrape” the content out of obsolete web formats and move all this into our Word Press database. It was a huge project. Presently we have from 2001 through until today. We have yet to get the archives from 1998 to 2001, as the formats from those days is so old as to be unparseable. The content will have to be hand-picked for each day.

To use the archives, click “Archives” at the bottom of the page. You will be presented with the twelve months of 2013. If a date is greyed out, it means there were not posts on that day. You can click on the year to choose a year, such as 2006. It will take a moment to load. The click to view a specific date. Once you get back to that date you will need to choose “Archives” again to move to another day. We are working on having this show the current year that you are in (e.g. if you go to 2007, then when you choose a day and go back in time the archives will still be set to 2007 and we will have the date you are viewing show in another color. Please send feedback to [email protected]

We want to thank our Digital Dharma Donors. Your donations allow us to continue developing our web services.

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  2. arni narendran says:

    Thanks Bro Andre for the tireless work- I am one frequent user of the Taka archives and I realise many hard hours of focus and dedication has gone into it. The Taka is an invaluable repository of global Hindu history accross the world, meticulously collated by the tireless monks of the Aadheenam.
    Each time I click on the taka, my prayers of Gratitude shall be passed on to Bro Andre Garcia.
    Jai Gurudeva

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  13. Varadan Sanatha says:

    Thank you so much for this treasure filled resource!

Archives are now available through 2001. Light colored days have no posts. 1998-2001 coming later.

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