[INDOLOGY] Best way to type Sanskrit in Windows?

Adriano Aprigliano aprigliano at usp.br
Sun Oct 4 09:12:17 UTC 2015

Dear Dean,

I have been using this one: https://sites.google.com/site/bhashaime/

It supports also 2 transliteration schemes and many other Indian scripts,
and works fine when shifting from English to one of the scripts, not so
well when I'm using my native Portuguese though.


*Prof. Dr. Adriano Aprigliano*

Língua e Literatura Latina
Universidade de São Paulo

2015-10-04 1:51 GMT-03:00 Dean Michael Anderson via INDOLOGY <
indology at list.indology.info>:

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> Subject: Best way to type Sanskrit in Windows?
> It's ironic that I have to ask this question because I created some of the
> earliest software and fonts to do this back when the Mac first came out but
> I haven't kept up.
> What is the best way to type Sanskrit using the Windows OS?
> For years I used ITranslator because it was easy to touch type it and
> convert to both devanagari and transliteration.
> Surely a better solution has been developed by now; and one that directly
> supports Unicode output.
> I realize there are several issues involved (such as Unicode being
> separate from input) but I'm wondering if there's an easy to use,
> integrated solution these days?
> Best,
> Dean

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