Google offers a free transliteration tool that lets you type documents, emails, etc. in most Indian languages including Hindi, Marathi, Urdu, Bengali and even Arabic.
Indic transliteration powered online typing tools are pretty useful for entering text in Indian languages without having to memorize any complex sequences.
Musical Scraps: Learn how to send songs to your Orkut friends through the Bollywood music application that recently won the first prize at the WeekendApps Open Social hackathon.
Learn how to translate Hindi to English online for free using Google Translation. The same translation tool will also help you convert English documents and web pages into Hindi and other Indic language as well.
Do you want to listen to latest hindi songs online for free ? The site featured here has a large collection on bollywood music including old songs, ghazals and remix albums. With Orbit, you can even download hindi songs in MP3 or MPEG.
Truveo India – Lookup ollywood trailers, news videos, music and cricket highlights on the web. AOL India has also developed Hindi and Tamil variants similar to the efforts of Yahoo! India.
Send and Receive emails in Hindi using Yahoo! Mail Hindi. Also available is the Yahoo! Messenger for Hindi, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Punjabi, Bengali, Marathi and Gujarati.
orkut offers an automatic transliteration option in the scrapbook that converts Roman characters to the DevanÄgarÄ« characters used in Hindi. This lets you type Hindi words phonetically in English script and still have them appear in their correct alphabet. Note: this is not the same as translation — it’s the sound of the words that are converted from one alphabet to the other, not their meaning.
The English to Hindi transliteration feature in Blogger is now available as a separate tool on Google Labs. Related: Translate Hindi to English Online Unlike Quillpad or the Microsoft Phonetic tool which support most Indic languages (like Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam), Google’s transliteration software works only for Hindi. Transliteration requires a live internet connection, as(…)