Bengali, Devanagari, Gujarati, Gurmukhi, Hindi, Kannada, Khmer, Lao, Malayalam, Marathi, Nepali, Oriya, Sanskrit, Sinhala, Tamil, Telugu, Tibetan and Thai characters sets use variations of Brahmi-derived Indic characters.
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Tools to search and view Indic scripts, converters from one encoding to another.
Indian Scripts Input System
Unicode compliant freely downloadable software keyboard input methodologies covering most Indian scripts.
The Indic Computing Project
Involves preparation of a handbook for computing in Indian languages, with languages specific issues. Also contains mailing lists for Indic computing users, developers, standards and CVS logs.
ISCII white paper
A description of the Indian Script Code for Information Interchange) as detailed in the IS:13194:1991 standard document. Authored by Shashank Bhatt.
Kannada Localisation Initiative
Projected aiming to localize free software such as KDE and Gnome.
A technology for transforming text written in Indic languages between various public and proprietary formats.
Swatantra Indian Language Processing Applications - python modules and programs for sorting, collation and other operations on Indic scripts. The code is available under GNU GPL. Maintained by Santosh Thottingal.
TIS 620 Character Set
Character table and details of the Thai encoding system.
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