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After you install the language in your database with the website you could manage translations available for the website like in the image below
After that you should be able to select the desired language in the website footer to change between those languages. By default (like everything in Odoo) all the views have their base in english and you need to translate it into the specific language. For the website is the same and you could translate all the terms by switching to the language and just edit the page. That will allow you to translate the website page terms into the current language, like:
Load the Mayalam language on "Settings/Languages" and set the website languages and the default website language in WebsiteAdmin. Looking at the Odoo translation site on Transifex (https://www.transifex.com/odoo/odoo-9/dashboard/) I can see that only 2 % of Odoo 9.0 are translated to Mayalam so far. You might consider to participate in the translation on Transifex.
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