Translate Hindi Blog or Website to English

Hindi is the National Language of India, spoken by approximately half a billion people. Hindustani (a form of Hindi) is one of the three official languages of Fiji (English & Fijian are other two).

Few weeks back I had written two articles on free online automatic translation How to auto-install Google  Translate Widget to blogger. I also introduced Microsoft Bing Translator, one more widget from Microsoft  that does the same. But these articles were primarily meant for English language blogs/websites i.e. English to other language translation.

Today, while surfing the web I found many fabulously well-written blogs in Hindi. I was wondering how wonderful will it be to have those blogs/websites translated to English or other major language of the world! The same ready to use free tool from Google can be used with a little change in parameter to translate any Hindi language blog or website to following 7 major languages of the world:

  1. English
  2. Arabic
  3. Chinese (Simplified)
  4. Chinese (Traditional)
  5. French
  6. German
  7. Spanish

Why you need Hindi to English & other language translation?

Willy Brandt, a former German chancellor, once said: "If I'm selling to you, I speak your language. If I'm buying, dann muessen Sie Deutsch sprechen [then you must speak German]."

Look & Feel of the Translator

Dropdown-Hindi-English-translate

It’s a simple drop-down box, powered by Google. It looks and function similar to the Google Translate drop-down box widget used at the top right side bar of this blog. With a little customization, it can be used to translate an Hindi blog to 50 other global languages. For any help, you can contact me or can visit the Google Translate URL provided in reference at the end.

How to auto-install Google Translator to your Blogger blog

  • It takes 2 mouse clicks and hardly 15 seconds to install.
  • Click on the [+Add to Blogger] image button.
  • If you’re not logged into your Blogger account, it will prompt you to log into your account. After logging in you’ll find the following blogger interface:

Google-Hindi-English-Translate-Widget 

  1. You can select any of your blog from the dropdown list (if you’ve multiple blogs)
  2. You can add / edit the Title of the widget / gadget.
  3. Click the ADD WIDGET button as shown in screen shot above.
  4. You will find the widget added in your Layout > Page Elements > somewhere at the top at side column
  5. View your blog and translate it to the language of your choice.
Now you can click the following [+Add to Blogger] and proceed for auto-installation of Hindi to English & other major languages Google Translate to your Blogger blog.

Add Hindi to English & other language translator to Wordpress Blogs / Websites

Simply copy & paste the following code in your webpage somewhere after <body> and before </body> tag.

<div id="google_translate_element"></div><script>
function googleTranslateElementInit() {
  new google.translate.TranslateElement({
    pageLanguage: 'hi',
    includedLanguages: 'ar,zh-CN,zh-TW,en,fr,de,es'
  }, 'google_translate_element');
}
</script><script src="
http://translate.google.com/translate_a/element.js?cb=googleTranslateElementInit"></script>

How to remove Google translator from Blogger

In case you didn’t like it, remove it in the same way as you remove any other widget. Go to Layout > Page Elements > Click Widget’s Edit > Click Remove. Enjoy playing around with world languages and free online automatic translation, Powered by Google! Contact me for any query

References

11 comments:

Rajesh Kanuri @ TechCats said...

Google is including lots of regional languages in the list which expands and makes the things better..

home values said...

this type of addons will give benefits to many peoples especially for those peoples who are not at expert at there English.

Shekhar Sahu said...

Here in India many writers and news reporters write in Hindi. Its helpful.

Shekhar Suman said...

it's really helpful..
i m using this widget....

Custom-Web-design said...

its simple but very useful trick

ejaz14357 said...

Here in India many writers and news reporters write in Hindi. Its helpful and he do heardworking in this topic

Cleveland Web Design said...

Nice read. I find your article very helpful. Keep it up!

web development melbourne said...

This is really helpful a few years back. As of now, however, you no longer need to tweak a code to translate a website. Google translate provides an easy solution to this problem.

web design calgary said...

I agree with Melbourne. It doesn't take much to head-scratching nowadays with Translate, but still, some of the phrases get lost in translation (literally).

Paul said...

Hindi is a huge language and I could see a use for it. Although, some nuances will get lost in the translation.

J Morgan said...

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