View Full Version : Simple Solution for Converting Devnagari (Sanskrit/Hindi) or other font book to epub


Sanjay Agnihotri
03-31-2012, 02:48 AM
Dear All

I am a new member. I think the problem with us is that, we think, technical hints will make sense to the normal users. In other words things which are obvious to us are obvious to everybody and so that we don't have to tell/explain. I am not blaming any one but I want to make our discussion useful to normal user. If you go through all Devnagari and other font related threads (which I am sure you already did), will also prove my point. Anyway I made a simple procedure attached herewith and I tried to explain it as much as I can. The motive of this thread is to make conversion as simple as possible. Please donít take it otherwise and help me to make the procedure better and more useful.

Regards

Sanjay Agnihotri

mrmikel
03-31-2012, 07:36 AM
Thanks for your procedure. There should be many potential users of it.

The author of calibre, the software program, is very likely a native speaker of Hindi, and now lives in Mumbai!

Sanjay Agnihotri
04-03-2012, 02:21 AM
Thanks for your procedure. There should be many potential users of it.

The author of calibre, the software program, is very likely a native speaker of Hindi, and now lives in Mumbai!

Thanks for response mrmikel!!
I am looking forward to hear from him and other members for their valuable suggestions to make it more useful for users. Also, I will be more than happy if I can be a help to improve any of these tools (i.e. Calibre, sigil etc.)

Regards

Sanjay Agnihotri