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Translate english in indian lanuages



Google has a very good service called Google Transliterate.
This service is only for the Indic languages , i mean only for indians ,as only indians can understand indian languages lol . It boasts right now upto 11 languages

  1. Bengali ,
  2. Gujarati ,
  3. Hindi ,
  4. Kannada ,
  5. Malayalam ,
  6. Marathi ,
  7. Punjabi ,
  8. Nepali ,
  9. Tamil ,
  10. Telugu and
  11. Urdu
Unlike Google Translate, Google Transliterate is a totally different concept. The name speaks for itself. You can easily ,fastly change and translate any language online and that too free . It is great tool if you want to give a presentation in another language with same pronunciation .
Google Transliteration offers an option for converting English characters to the characters used in Hindi. This lets you type Hindi words phonetically in English script and then have them appear in Hindi.
Note that this is not the same as translation - it is the sound of the words that are converted from one alphabet to the other, not their meaning.

For example

i wrote
GOOD MORNING
and i selected hindi language , i got
गुड मोर्निंग
People do not use Google Translate for official work because many –a--times it gives wrong translations or something very weird. In that case Google Transliterate comes to your rescue.
It can also be directly used in websites and sending mail and for more purposes , see the code here http://t13n.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/blet/docs/help_hi.html

13 comments:

Tech-Freak Stuff said...

Indians are increasing their numbers in the Online Market and for non-english people, This is really hepful!

Anonymous said...

Hi,
thank you for this helpful infos

i love this kind of deelopments

god bless india

sharma
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web links direcotry said...

Hi,
i love google and the innovative things

i love this translation tool help million

regards,cheeta

qwertyweb said...

google transliterate is reeally a smart move towards india m gmail too is now available in indic language ,hope they add more indic languages and non indic ones too !

Ajinkya aka zinc29 said...

this google transliterate is superb but i wonder when will google translate be merged with google transliterate ,then there will be 100% accuracy

Anonymous said...

how come nepali is available ? its not indain language

wordanywhere said...

free online hindi dictionary wordanywhere.com

onlinetech said...

very helpful to understand indian languages

Attorney Smith said...

Interesting post thanks for sharing this and thanks for back link.

Windows Dedicated Servers said...

It is a good tool to understand other languages but sometimes the grammar goes wrong.. Usually it asks for the proper english sentences for better translation.

luis said...

Google Transliteration offers an option to convert English letters to the characters used in Hindi. This lets you type Hindi words phonetically in English script and then have them appear in the Hindi language.
Note that this is not the same translation - is the voice of words that have been converted from one alphabet to another, and not its meaning.

Unity said...

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Google Transliteration offers an option to convert English letters to the characters used in Hindi. This allows you to type words in Hindi phonetic writing English and then have them appear in the Hindi language Read More

Adelaide Sales Training said...

Google is doing great job
I love this translator of Google
awesome !

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