Telugu fractions and weights:
Additional vowels for Sanskrit:
Additional for Sanskrit:
Historic Phonetic Variants:
Note : To Change Language Press "Ctrl G". It will stop Telugu transliteration and whatever you type will be come in Telugu. If you want to Type in Telugu again, press "Ctrl G" again.
Simple Telugu Typing
The simplest method for Telugu Typing is transliteration method. In which you can type with your English keyboard and software will automatically convert it into Telugu script. It's easiest method for Type in Telugu without practicing Telugu Keyboard layout. This English typed words get converted in Telugu using transliteration technique. For example:
If you want to type - 'ధన్యవాదాలు' Just type - 'dhanyavadalu' and press spacebar.
Telugu typing featured with suggestion word appear on top bar of typing box, by clicking on desired word you will get it on typing box. You can type as long as you want it's free and fastest method for Telugu typing. Here you can copy and use the typed text anywhere you like to use.
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Andhra Pradesh was formerly known as "trilinga rajyam", the land between three lingas - Srisailam, Kaleshwaram, and Bhimeshwaram. So, Telugu was known as "trilinga basha", later changed to "telungu" and finally popular as "Telugu".
Telugu (తెలుగు) is a Dravidian language. Telugu typing is important because Telugu is the native language of 100 Million (10 crore) peoples in India. Telugu is official language of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana states in India.
Writing system of Telugu is Left to Right and it's write using Telugu script which one has it's root in Brahmi script. The standard Telugu Alphabet consist 13 vowels, 34 consonants, two more letters (neither vowels, nor consonants) and 10 numerals.
Power of Telugu Language
01. The earliest known inscriptions containing Telugu words appear on coins that date back to 400 BC.
02. In the earliest period Telugu literature existed in the form of inscriptions, precisely from 575 CE onward.
03. Telugu literature begins in the 11th century with a version of the Hindu epic "Mahabharata" by the writer Nannaya Bhatta.
04. Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) estimates the number of inscriptions in the Telugu language goes up to 14,000.
05. Atharvana Acharya in the 13th century wrote a grammar of Telugu, calling it the Trilinga sabdanusasana or Trilinga Grammar.
06. Telugu language was designated as a classical language by the Indian government in 2008.
07. Telugu Language Day is celebrated every year on 29 August on behalf of the birthday of Telugu poet "Gidugu Venkata Ramamurthy".
08. Now speech to text software for Telugu typing are also available.