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Technology Development for Indian Languages has the objective of developing Information Processing Tools and Techniques to facilitate human-machine interaction without language barrier; have reached such a platform through its various projects, where it has a potential to generate utility applications, benefiting the masses, which will enable people to access and use IT solutions in their own language.
Machine translation and other functional applications has claimed attention from some of the inquisitive minds in linguistics, philosophy, computer science, and mathematics, to reach out to the common man across various sections. With the development of such applications we can seek the attention of not only common man but the rural population as well. The applications developed under the consortia projects of TDIL, MeitY are:
Hindi - English Machine Aided Translation For Judicial Domain
Project Anuvaad has been conceptualised to provide translation capabilities for Indic languages. Project Anuvaad is open sourced under the MIT license.
Sanskrit - Hindi Accessor cum Machine Translator
Machine-aided Translation for
translating English to Indian languages and Indian languages to Indian languages.
We invite you to reach out and contribute your voice to create a diverse open data repository of Indian voices.
Check the quality of TTS voices available for major Indian languages, viz, Bengali, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Tamil and Telugu.
API and steps to Integrate Indian Language Text-to-Speech Synthesis System to Website. Let your website speak it's content to the users.
Speech Synthesis Demo
Check the different versions of the voices produced by TTS using HTS, STRAIGHT and Merlin.
End-to-End Indian English Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) systems have been developed for different domains like news, stories, articles and NPTEL lecture transcription
A Desktop software for converting scanned printed Indian Language documents into a fully editable text format in Unicode encoding. Works on Windows 7, 8 and 10.
for printed Indian scripts, for possible conversion of legacy, printed documents into electronically accessible format. Available for some major Indian Languages.
IndoWordNet is a linked wordnet of major Indian languages, viz, Assamese, Bangla, Bodo, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Kashmiri, Konkani, Malayalam, Manipuri, Marathi, Nepali, Odia, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu.
A bunch of Sanskrit tools including Morphological Generator, Sandhi, Morphological Analyser, Sandhi Splitter etc.
A user gives a query in one Indian language and
S/he will be able to access documents available in the language of the query also in Hindi (if the query language is not Hindi).