Indian Languages Extension for Google Chrome

Type in Indian Languages using the Transliteration Extension. This is a 'lite' version of the Google Transliteration feature that can be used for typing out quick snippets of text (status messages, tweets, etc). 

Install the Extension

How does the extension work?
Once you install the extension, it adds this icon Indian Languages Extension next to your address bar in Chrome. Click on the icon to launch the extension.

Type in Indian Languages

Step 1: Select the language
Step 2: Click on the text box and type in the text - if you type in 'hindi' it will be displayed as हिंदी Step 3: Click on the Select Text button once you've typed in the text
Step 4: Press CTRL+C on your keyboard to copy the text
Step 5: To paste the content, press CTRL+V on your keyboard

You can use the extension to add an Indian flavor to your emails, chat, status messages, forum posts, documents, etc.

Languages Supported: Hindi, Tamil, Gujarati, Telugu, Kannada, Bengali, Malayalam, Marathi, Punjabi, Urdu, Nepali, Arabic, and Persian


  • Included support for additional languages (11 Indian languages + Arabic and Persian)
  • Language selection now sticky - choose the language once and the extension will remember your choice

Note: I'll be updating the extension frequently. To ensure you have the latest version, please follow these steps to manually update the extension.

Coming Soon...

  • Auto-detect textboxes within the webpage and enable transliteration (no need to copy and paste)
  • Select languages that should be displayed in the dropdown

For advanced features, visit Google Translate and Google Transliteration.