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Hindi Typing Tools

Hindi Tying Tools is a standalone typing tool to type hindi using english keyboard

English Hindi Transliteration is the only method to get an English word into Hindi. It is not translation it is writing Hindi words using English letters. The tool listed below is a standalone Hindi writing tool. Type Hindi on the first text box in English then it converts to corresponding Hindi letters on the second text box. A sample conversion is listed in the table below. This tool will work on all the browsers which support JavaScript and Hindi font. This tool can be used to type Hindi in mobile phones and smart phones. Smart Hindi word suggestion is not available with this tool.

Hindi Typing

Type Hindi text in english here. The corresponding Hindi will appear on the next textbox.

Copy the Hindi text from here.


Press Ctrl+C to Copy the Text

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Hindi Alphabet

There are 52 letters in Hindi alphabet. The modern Hindi alphabet has 10 vowel letters, 40 consonant letters, 2 modifiers and a few other symbols. The letters and their english version are given below.

Hindi is normally spoken using a combination of sounds - vowels,consonants, nasalisation and aspiration. These sounds are represented in the Devanagari script by 52 symbols: for 10 vowels, 2 modifiers and 40 consonants.

Hindi Vowels

There are 10 Vowles in Hindi Language. Some of them are considered as partial vowels. Consonents in Hindi is made by combining the sylable to the first vowel. By combining consonents with other vowels will produce various forms of the letter. Click Here to view the table and how to write vowels in the above translitration.

Hindi Consonants

There are 40 consonants in Hindi. These letters make Hindi words. But vowels are also used independently. By joining vowels to consonents various forms of consonent are made. Click Here to view the table and how to write consonents in the above translitration.

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