Morpheus for Sanskrit

Now it is in a form of a browser addon (only for a Chromium for a time being), based on simple practical samAsa parser and morphology analyzer. It will be completely rewritten as standalone desktop application, like Morpheus for Greek and Eastern languages. It was my first attempt to write Morpheus, and now this code is deprecated. But the addon itself is still in play.

Morpheus for Sanskrit has three main objectives:

the separation of a compound word - samAsa - to it’s padas is as follows.

as tests for vigraha.js, I have used the decomposition of all the complex words of Bhagavad-gita, available in a reputable source on the network [1], [2]