ANUSAARAKA MAIL SERVER

You can give text in any of telugu, kannada and marathi and get
the text translated in hindi. You can send the text through e-mail with
subject indicating language ( telugu or kannada or marathi ) and input
script ( iscii8 (i8) or iscii7 (i7) or romanwx(ra) or romanreadable(rdbl)
or shusha(shusha)) or yogesh(yogesh) in braces.
 
The e-mail address is nandi@www.iiit.net

The Subject line should be as in the example :
 
Example 1 :
 
Subject: telugu(i8)
  or
Subject: telugu(iscii8)
 
< text of telugu language in iscii 8 notation >      


Example 2 :
 
Subject: kannada(iscii8)
        or
Subject: kannada(i8)
 
< text of kannada language in iscii 8 notation >


Example 3 :
 
Subject: marathi(romanreadable)
        or
Subject: marathi(rdbl)
 
< text of marathi language in roman readable format >
 

Example 4 :
 
Subject: marathi(romanreadable)
        or
Subject: marathi(rdbl)                  

< text of marathi language in roman readable format >
 

About the input Notations :
 
1. Roman WX Notation is similar to English excepting w, x and a few
   other keys.If you have no other option given below use this or
   Roman Readable

 
2. ISCII is Indian Standard Code for Information Interchange.If you
can see this {    ׳   ʽ  in your language you can
 use iscii8 . Iscii-7 is a 7-bit iscii code. This is what iscii-7 is like,
< xar xCliw_xDm-7 xjs >

 
3. Shusha fonts : if your computer has Shusha fonts for the language you will be
able to read this in your language
         ( iksaIBaI saamaaijak Aqavaa rajainai%ak vyavasqaa kao
        sqaayaI nahI kha jaa sak%aa .)

 
4. Yogesh Bilingual Fonts if you can read this
(  ~P   )
you have yogesh bilingual fonts for display       


5. Roman readable alphabetic coding scheme for Indian Languages    

 ROMAN ALPHABETIC CODING SCHEME FOR INDIAN LANGUAGES ( Roman readable )
              (Used in papers written in English)
 
 
  a     A       i       I       u       U       eV      e       E
                                                        
 
  oV    o       O       M       w       z       R       x
                                               
 
 
  k     kh      g       gh      f
                        
 
  c     ch      j       jh      F
                        
 
  T     Th      D       Dh      N       
                       
 
  t     th      d       dh      n
                       
 
  p     ph      b       bh      m
                        
 
  y     r       l       v       sh      s       S       H       lY
                                                
 
 
  kS    tr      jF     shr
           
 
Example:
        rAma   -> 
        sItA   -> 
        kRSNa  -> 
                                        
 
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