Currently, there are no options to transfer an Orkut profile from one Google Account to another. You can, however, use the Google Account of your choice to create a new Orkut profile.
Then, to set up a new Orkut profile containing the data from your old profile, you'll need to manually enter your profile information, add your friends, upload photos and add any applications that you'd like to keep in the new profile. If you own any community, don't forget to transfer your communities to the new profile before deleting the old one, otherwise someone else may become the owner of your communities.
Other content such as scraps and testimonials cannot be transferred or uploaded to another profile.
Before you delete your old profile, don't forget that it isn't possible to restore any deleted information.
What's a Google Account?
A Google Account is a unified sign-in system made up of an email address and password of your choice. It gives you access to various free Google products, including Orkut, Gmail, Google Groups, Google Docs, Blogger, Picasa and more.
If you've used any of these products before, you already have a Google Account. To try new Google products, such as Orkut, simply sign in with your existing Google Account information. Your account username is the email address you entered when you created your Google Account. If you have a Gmail account, you can use your Gmail username and password to sign in to your Google Account and to new Google products. You can find out more about Google Accounts at the Google Accounts Help Center.
Note that we don't require you to have a Gmail address to sign in to Orkut or to create a Google Account. However, if you've already signed up for Gmail or want to start using it, it comes with a built-in Google Account. You can use this to sign in to Orkut.
Keep in mind that a Google Account can only be linked to one Orkut profile at a time.