Editors

Baraha software consists of 3 editors. Any Baraha editor can be used for editing documents in Indian languages. Every editor has its own advantages which you may find useful depending on the situation.

Baraha is a text editor for Indian languages. Baraha editor uses phonetic keyboard, which can be useful for a beginner User. Baraha editor has basic word-processor features such as page layout, print, find-replace, multi-columns, fonts. Although it is ANSI based, Baraha can copy/export document to various file formats such as TXT, RTF, HTML in Unicode. Baraha editor can also be used for learning Indian languages, braille transcription, vedic scriptures, and musical notes. Baraha is a standalone editor and doesn't require any other software such as MS Word.

BarahaPad is Unicode based text editor. BarahaPad offers many different keyboard layouts that are useful for both beginner and expert User. BarahaPad supports print, find-replace, fonts, spell checking, sorting and conversion of text from one script to another. BarahaPad is integrated with Google translate and is very useful if you do translation work in Indian languages. BarahaPad is a standalone editor and doesn't require any other software such as MS Word.

BarahaIMEenables you to type Indian language text in programs such as MS Office, Open Office, Browsers, text editors. BarahaIME offers many different keyboard layouts that are useful for both beginner and expert User. BarahaIME is the tool you need if you want to type Indian language text directly in emails such as OutLook, GMail, e.t.c. BarahaIME is the right tool if you want to create professional looking documents using advanced features such as tables, pictures, in programs such as MS Word, PageMaker, PowerPoint. BarahaIME supports sorting and conversion of text from one script to another.