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A comprehensive open source Devanāgarī and Indic script transliteration tool
Akshara Bridge converts between several kinds of text that represent Devanāgarī, romanizations of Devanāgarī, and other related scripts of India and southeast Asia. Devanāgarī is the alphabet that is used to write Hindi, Marathi, and certain other Indian and Nepali languages. Sanskrit is often written in Devanāgarī but it may also be written in a variety of Indic and Southeast Asian scripts.
The conversion that Akshara Bridge performs is transliteration, i.e. conversion of sounds from one script to another. It does not translate, i.e. convert meanings from one language to another.
Akshara Bridge installation file • EXE 7.6M
Akshara Bridge converts between the following Devanāgarī formats:
- Unicode Devanagari
- Unicode IAST
- Unicode Bengali
- Unicode Gurmukhi
- Unicode Gujarati
- Unicode Oriya (Odia)
- Unicode Tamil
- Unicode Grantha
- Unicode Telugu
- Unicode Kannada
- Unicode Malayalam
- Unicode Sinhala
- Unicode Thai
- Unicode Tibetan
- Unicode Myanmar
- Unicode Khmer
- Unicode Balinese
- Inscript romanization
- WX romanization
- Remington romanization (DevLys, 10 Kruti Dev types, Krishna, Agra)
- ITrans romanization
- Harvard-Kyoto romanization
- Velthuis romanization
- SLP1 romanization
- Fairfield romanization
- Fairfield Hindi romanization
- Vedic97 Devanagari
- VedicTrans97 IAST
- Sanskrit 99 Devanagari
- Sanskrit 99 IAST
- Sanskrit 98 Devanagari
- Sanskrit 98 IAST
- Hunterian romanization
- Custom conversion that you design
- Input from an onscreen text box, a text file, or an RTF file.
- Output to an onscreen text box, a text file, or an RTF file.
- Conversion errors to an onscreen text box, a text file, or an RTF file.
- Sort text by Devanagari and Latin alphabet order.
- Count syllables in Devanagari text.
- Convert between ANSI, UTF-16, and UTF-8 formats.
- Convert between Unicode and HTML character entities
- Detect, add, or remove a byte order mark (BOM) in a Unicode text file.
- Perform above operations on files with an optional command line program.
- Extensive help with glossary and detailed character charts.
- Supports Unicode version 7.0.
UnicodeLib converts between the following Unicode formats:
- ANSI—Extended ASCII using Windows code page 1252 and others
- UTF-8—8-bit Unicode format
- UTF-16LE—16-bit Unicode format, little endian type
- UTF-16BE—16-bit Unicode format, big endian type
- Array—Unicode code points in a numeric array
- Escape—String with embedded Unicode escape sequences
- RTF—Contents of an RTF file, which can include Unicode
- HTML—Contents of an HTML file, which can include Unicode
UnicodeLib also includes:
- UTF-8 and escape string analogs of AT(), ASCPOS(), LEFT(), LEN(), PADx(), SUBSTR(), etc.
- UTF-8, UTF-16, RTF, HTML, and escape string analogs of CHR()
- UTF-16 analogs of ASCPOS()
- Functions for detecting and verifying the Unicode format of a string
- Functions for adding and removing byte order marks
- Functions for moving forwards and backwards one or more characters within UTF-8, UTF-16, and escape strings
- Functions for converting between Unicode and ANSI control pages
- Functions for converting between surrogate pairs and upper plane characters
- Detailed manual