Simple Malayalam Typing
Note : To Change Language Press "Ctrl G". It will stop Malayalam transliteration and whatever you type will be come in Malayalam. If you want to Type in Malayalam again, press "Ctrl G" again.
The simplest method for Malayalam Typing is transliteration method. In which you can type with your English keyboard and it's automatically converts into Malayalam counterpart. It's easiest method for Type in Malayalam without learning complex Malayalam Keyboard layout and Malayalam fonts. This English typed words get converted in Malayalam language using transliteration process. For example:
If you want to type - 'നമസ്കാരം' Just type - 'namaskaram' and press spacebar
English keyboard to Malayalam typing featured with suggestion words appear on top bar of typing screen, 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 type in Malayalam. You can download your typed Malayalam text by clicking on download icon just placed at right bottom corner of typing box. Here you can copy and paste the typed text anywhere you want to use.
With the help of Malayalam typing tool above you can type articles, Poems, Blogs, Facebook Post, Tweets etc. Just type and copy and paste. It's done !! No need to mess up with Malayalam Keyboard layouts, Malayalam fonts and licensee software. It's Free, Fast and Accurate Malayalam typing software.
Malayalam language is the native language of 40 Million (4 crore) peoples in Kerala state and Lakshadweep union territory in India. Malayalam is the official language of Kerala and Lakshadweep.
Malayalam write from left to right in "Malayalam" script. Malayalam script also known as "Koleluttu" (Rod Script), it is derived from the "Grantha" script, which in turn is derived from Brahmi script.
Interesting Facts of Malayalam
01. The word Malayalam originated from the words mala, meaning "mountain", and alam, meaning "region". Malayalam thus translates directly as "the mountain region".
02. Malayalam is also called Alealum, Malayalani, Malayali, Malabari, Malean, Maliyad, Mallealle, and Kerala Bhasha.
03. The earliest script used to write Malayalam was the Vatteluttu script.
04. The earliest known literary works in Malayalam are Ramacharitam and Thirunizhalmala, two epic poems written in Old Malayalam.
05. Malayalam was designated a "Classical Language of India" in 2013.
06. The most circulated daily regional newspaper in India is in Malayalam. Kerala alone prints 170 daily papers, 235 weekly and over 550 monthly periodicals.