Posted by : Deepak Vasudevan Sunday, March 12, 2006

Free Indian Language Word Processing Application

It is now history to have webpages in Indian Languages that need costly Java Applets, untrusted ActiveX Controls, heavy flash movies and slow images.  Perhaps if you check out Google Tamil or Google Hindi, the most elegant way could be to make use of Unicode UTF-8 standard to acheive this.

Towards this, I needed a software that could make up Hindi/Tamil versions of webpages for a friend of mine and came across this freeware editor called Baraha. Baraha in Kannada means writing.

It has a lot of features and supports a lot of Indian languages and export capability to Unicode. If you still need TTF type, Baraha has its own font for each of the Indian language to support that too.

Check out Baraha and/or Baraha SDK from http://www.baraha.com/index.htm

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