Digital Innovation in Indian Language Publishing

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Jaya Bhattacharji Rose
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In the past 75 years of our Independence from the British, India has experimented with a variety of publishing models. These have been effective and usually worked as a response to the environment. This article documents the variety of choices that exist in the Indian languages for readers using new digital technology. For India, in particular, it has been the standardization of Unicode that helped transform communication in the languages apart from English. This paper outlines some of those innovations in an ever-changing digital publishing landscape.

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