[INDOLOGY] List of webwites to convert devanagari and transliteration

victor davella vbd203 at googlemail.com
Sat Oct 7 13:33:42 UTC 2023

In aksharamukha, alm̐la with ISO 15919 as input will give the correct
output अल्ँल with the candrabindu.

All the Best,

On Sat, 7 Oct 2023, 12:17 victor davella, <vbd203 at googlemail.com> wrote:

> Dear all,
> I was trying to get the appropriate devanāgarī for trīl̃lokān (cf.
> https://archive.org/details/sanskritgrammari00whit/page/69/mode/1up
> 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,
> Victor
> 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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