[INDOLOGY] List of webwites to convert devanagari and transliteration

victor davella vbd203 at googlemail.com
Sat Oct 7 11:17:39 UTC 2023

Dear all,

I was trying to get the appropriate devanāgarī for trīl̃lokān (cf.
especially the middle versoin without virāma), but it seems like most of
these sites cannot handle it. If someone is going through all of them and
checking for accuracy, this might be one instance where some improvement is
required (e.g. aksharamukha will give त्रील्ंलोकान् using either IAST or
ISO 15919 for the input). The Sanskrit Library provides the last of the
three versions Whitney gives, i.e., with candrabindu and virāma, but that
might be a limitation of available glyphs. I would be interested to know
which typefaces can offer the second of the three versions in Whitney.

Looking on Gretil, it seems several texts give the transliteration ṃl l for
l̃ l. This reflects Whintey's first version but is not exactly correct.

All the Best,

On Thu, Oct 5, 2023 at 11:59 PM Harry Spier via INDOLOGY <
indology at list.indology.info> wrote:

> Dear list members,
> I'm trying to make a list of all websites that convert unicode
> transliteration (IAST) to devanagari and vis versa.  So please send me the
> links you are aware of.
> Thanks,
> Harry Spier
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