With the standard settings of this search, spaces are disregarded and some variations of characters are taken into account. The search for tathā hi will thus result also in matches for tathāhi, tathā hī or tathā hy.
See "Search Explanation: Character Variations" for the variations currently taken into account.
If you want the results to match your expression precisely, deactivate the standard settings by clicking on "Options".
Deactivate this option in order to use spaces in the search expression.
Example: If you are looking for occurrences of "naikāntika", the results will also contain numerous occurrences of a"naikāntika". If you deactivate the option "Disregard spaces" and place a space before the search expression (" naikāntika"), the result are minimized.
See "Search Explanation: Character Variations" for the lists of variations, which have been defined up to date.
Deactivate this option, to minimize your results.
Example: In the standard setting, if you look for the form vādaṃ, the program will also procure matches for vādam or vādan. If you deactivate the option "Orthographic variations" the results will be minimized.
See "Search Explanation: Character Variations" for the variations, which are defined up to date.
The option is useful, if you want to read the wider context of the match.
Please note that the display of the search result can slow down considerably, if you add a high number of context length to a high number of results.
The speed of the display of the search results depends on the speed of your internet connection. Modify the number of results accordingly.