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Wednesday, April 18, 2007

टाईप More Easily in Hindi Using Blogger's Hindi Transliteration Feature


हिन्दी मैं लिखना और टाईप करना अब और आसान हो गया है ब्लॉगर के 'Write in Hindi' फीचर से without any need for an Input Method Editor like Baraha.

Now the type in Hindi feature is in-built in Blogger.

Use Ctrl+G keys on your keyboard to toggle between typing in English and Hindi in 'Compose' mode. मैंने अब हिन्दी मैं टाईप करना शुरू कीया and this is English after using the Ctrl+G key to toggle between Hindi and English typing in the कम्पोस (Compose) mode of ब्लॉगर। :-)

सही हैं ना। अब हिन्दी मैं ब्लोग करना और भी आसान हो गया हैं।

There's no need for an input method editor (IME) for blogging in Hindi. It's in-built in Blogger, that's nice.

However an input method editor like बराहा (Baraha) is required for blogging in other Indian regional languages like ગુજરાતી, বান্গলা (Bengali), मराठी, ਪੰਜਾਬੀ (पंजाबी), तमील, तेलगु, कन्नड़, मलयालम, and ओरीया (Oriya).

-If you want to change the way a word shows on screen then select the word and left-click the mouse button to get a drop-down box with a suggested list of words that you may replace it with.

Read more about Google's Blogger Transliteration feature for Hindi language.


Nice lines from the song 'dilli' फ्रॉम the film 'Delhii Heights'.

आवारा हैंै नाम
भटकना अपना वीधान हैं
फुर्सत हैं काम
कुछ धुन्द्ला सा अपना नीशान हैं
और मैं हूँ, तू हैं, और हैं dilli बस्स...