Post Comments On Blogs In Your Own Language Using Google Transliteration

India is a country of different languages depending on different states and culture and so there are lot many blogs with different languages as well. When you visit a blog and found something really interesting over there, you want to post a comment. Now you can post comments in your own language rather than  the default language as English. It will definitely suit the content of the blog as well as create more interaction with other readers. To do that, Google India has started Google Indic Transliteration thru which one can post comments or write text in his own language.

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Google Indic Transliteration is already implemented in Gmail, so you can send email in your own language. Currently they have offered Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, Punjabi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu but they may offer other languages in future as well. In this initiative, you can use transliteration Bookmarklet to post comments in your own language. here is the example where I am posting a comment on one of the article from Internet Techies.

Google Transliteration

Note: There are lot many other bookmarklets for Google Chrome which you may find useful.

Screenshot: Posting Comment In Hindi

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How To Enable Comment in Own Language

First of all you will have to place the bookmarklet in your browser’s favourite list. So that you can use the bookmarklet on single click. There are different ways to add the bookmarklet on different browser but the most common way to do that is “Drag The Bookmarklet” to browser’s bookmark bar. You will find the step by step process to enable the bookmarklet of a language on this link. You will have to place different bookmarklet for different language.

How To Post Comment on Blog

Now open the blog page. Click on the language bookmarklet to enable the language transliteration. Now go to the comment box and click over there. You will see a letter appearing on the comment box in your selected language. Start typing your comment in English, whenever you will complete a word in English and click on space; the word will be translated in your selected language. After completing the comment, Post it. You can see your comment appearing in your own language.

Google India initially started the bus service to educate people in remote areas about Internet and its usage. Now this Transliteration Bookmarklet service will definitely boost the blogging community by providing a local touch.

Sanjeev Mishra is a professional blogger and an Internet Marketing Consultant based in India. He has built the Internet Techies to provide you updates in technology and web application area.
  • This is great.

  • Wow that’s really nice.
    Thanks for providing us the info.

    Thanks again

  • @Sourav Thanks for your comments. I am glad that you liked the post. Hope to see you more on Internet Techies.

  • This is a good news. Sometimes, I think I’ve already know all of their service (Google). They’re really fast man. Thanks for info

  • @steppinout Yes, I agree with you that under Google’s umbrella there are lot many things.

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  • This is good and free tool to translate languages.

    it really works great. i am using it since years

  • I agree with you carzy bloger as this is really helpful in many ways.

  • wow really i love this post and the effort of the google that offer the people to communicate with each other even they are differ in language. anyway i love this post and hope you guys will join me on the green-konnection.

  • Great effort by google on providing this kind of feature or service. I really hope they can provide a better quality service since I really don’t trust google on translation. I get funny translations.

  • This is really cool, but I’m not sure if I would use it cause I find Google translation tends to be off. Maybe great as a backup plan but can never replace a real translater, well not anytime soon.