ओं श्री गणेशाय नमः।
श्रुतिस्मृतिपुराणानाम् आलयं करुणालयम्।
नमामि भगवत्पादं शङ्करं लोकशङ्करम्॥
अस्मदाचार्यपर्यन्तां वन्दे गुरुपरम्पराम्॥
The great rishis and saints of भारतदेशम् have left us a treasure trove of excellent stotras. There have been many wonderful books publishing these, such as the मन्त्रपुष्पम् (from Sri Ramakrisha Mutt) and बृहत्स्तोत्ररत्नाकरम्, to name a few. A vast majority of these stotras are in संस्कृतम्, and one needs to be able to read देवनागरी लिपि, to be able to recite these stotras. However, with a multitude of languages and scripts in our country, many people are more comfortable with their own mother tongue.
Transलिपि is an extremely useful tool to facilitate the display of संस्कृतम् texts in various Indian scripts. Presently, it supports, देवनागरी, diacritical roman, कण्णड, मलयाळम्, तमिऴ् and तेलुगु. Many thanks to Shri. Srikanth Subramanian for sharing this wonderful tool. Sahityam, also managed by Shri. Srikanth is indeed one of the inspirations for this site. (To change the display script, please use the drop-down box in the left navigation panel.)
The wiki format enables anyone to contribute to this collection of stotras (and facilitate wider proof-reading). Another important aspect of this site is that it makes accessible works such as Tiruppavai to the non-Tamil speaking/reading public. I similarly hope that some special stotrams from other languages can be accessible, transcending language barriers.
StotraSamhita now also has a Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/StotraSamhita/
StotraSamhita website: http://stotrasamhita.net/