Here are selected sites for the major world religions, other than Christianity. The best all-around starting point is the Wabash Center Guide for Internet Resources: World Religions. It is comprehensive, well-organized, and annotated.
The Virtual Religion Index by Mahlon H. Smith is a great starting point that includes a significant number of links to Buddhism, Islam, Hindu, and Judaism Web sites.
Bahai Hinduism Judaism Sikhism New Movements Buddhism Islam Shinto Geographic Interfaith Dialogue
Bahai World -- Sacred Writings, Doctrine, Directories, Contact Info.
Buddhanet.net -- "Sponsored by the Buddha Dharma Education Association, the aim of this site is to encourage a community of Buddhists in the English speaking world, providing resources & info."
Buddhism Portal E-Sangha -- Offers Free E-Books, Discussion Forum, Free E-Cards & an Extensive Collection of Links to Buddhist Resources.
Buddhist Studies WWW Virtual Library -- Academic Centers, Reference, Site Search Engine, Updated Daily.
Resources for the Study of Buddhism -- An Extensive Selection of Primary Material, Commentaries, Articles, and Text Translations Compiled by Dr. Roon Epstein, a Philosophy Professor at San Francisco State University.
A Brief Illustrated Guide to Understanding Islam -- For Non-Muslims Who Want to Understand Islam, Muslims, & the Holy Quran (Koran); Rich in Information, References, & Bibliography.
Introduction to Islam -- Hosted by the Middle East Institute, This is a Full-Text Electronic Version of M.Cherif Bassiouni's Book, Introduction to Islam.
Islam and Islamic Studies Resources -- An Excellent, Selective Guide to Islamic Resources on the Web by Alan Godlas, a Specialist in Islamic Studies at the University of Georgia.
Quran Browser -- Browse and Compare Quran Translations or Search an English Text by Keyword, Word-part, or Chapter & Verse.
The Sikhism Homepage -- History, Teachings, Resources, Introductory Information.
CESNUR/Center for Studies on New Religion -- Search for Information by Keyword or Browse Articles and Other International Resources; Directed by an Italian scholar, Massimo Introvigne, of Torino, Italy.
Council for a Parliament of the World's Religions -- Cultivates Harmony Among the World's Religious & Spiritual Communities & Foster their Engagement with the World & Its Other Guiding Institutions in Order to Achieve a Peaceful, Just, & Sustainable World.
Harvard Divinity School Center for the Study of World Religions -- Centered at Harvard University, This is a Research Center for the Comparative, Historical, & Cultural Study of the World's Major Religions & Spiritual Traditions.
Inclusion on this page does not necessarily mean endorsement
by the library or the School of Divinity.