Keyboard Mapping (The IIT Madras Standard)

(Applicable uniformly for all the languages)

The same mapping is seen below as a table.

Note that the basic Aksharas are mapped to just one Roman letter or a special symbol. The set of Aksharas covered includes all currently used Aksharas across all the Indian languages. In the above chart, the last row represents the Aksharas seen in other Indian languages. Where two key sequences are seen, the interpretation is that the Akshara must be typed in as a conjunct or a combination. The ^ indicates that the Ctrl key must be pressed simultaneously with the second key.