.IN is India’s Country Code Top Level domain (ccTLD). The Govt. of India delegated the operations of INRegistry to NIXI in 2004. The INRegistry operates and manages India’s .IN ccTLD.
The National Internet Exchange of India or NIXI is a Not-for-Profit Company incorporated under section 25 of the Indian Companies Act, 1956, (now section 8 under Companies Act, 2013) with an objective of facilitating improved internet services in the country.
The INRegistry ensure operational stability, security and reliability of the .in ccTLD. The INRegistry implements the policies of Department of electronics and Information Technology, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Government of India from time to time.
The INRegistry facilitates the registration of domain names through its accredited registrars spread all over world. For the complete list of accredited registrars, please click here
Why “.in” domain name?
The .in domain name creates and builds a distinct Indian identity for brands, companies and individuals in the cyberspace.
Internationalized Domain Name in Indian Language (IDN)
Internationalized Domain Names (IDNs) are domain names represented in local language characters. Such domain names could contain letters or characters from non-ASCII scripts. In India, the INRegistry is also responsible for registering IDN in Indian Languages.
• A very small proportion of the Indian population is English literate.
• IDN will be an enabler to increase the penetration of the Internet through the use of local languages and help penetrate local content.
Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has delegated IDN in seven Indian Languages to NIXI.
|Internationalized Domain Name (IDN)||Language|
|.भारत||.Bharat in Devanagari|
|.ভারত||.Bharat in Bangla|
|.భారత్||.Bharat in Telugu|
|.ભારત||.Bharat in Gujarati|
|. بھارت||.Bharat in Urdu|
|.இந்தியா||.Bharat in Tamil|
|.ਭਾਰਤ||.Bharat in Gurumukhi (Punjabi)|