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Note : To Change Language Press "Ctrl G". It will stop Tamil transliteration and whatever you type will be come in Tamil. If you want to Type in Tamil again, press "Ctrl G" again.

The simplest method for Tamil Typing is transliteration method. In which you can type with your English keyboard and it's gets converted in Tamil script. It's simplest method for Type in Tamil without learning complex Tamil Keyboard layouts. This English typed words get converted in Tamil using transliteration process. For example:

If you want to type - 'உங்களுக்கு வணக்கம்' Just type - 'ungaluku vanakam' and press spacebar.

Tamil typing featured with suggestion word appear on top bar of typing box, by clicking on desired word you will get it on screen. You can type in Tamil as long as you want, it's free and fastest method for Tamil typing. Here you can copy and use the typed text anywhere you like to use. You can type articles in Tamil, Poems, Blogs. Facebook Post, Tweet etc. using this Tamil tool. Just type, copy and paste. It's done !! No need to mess up with Tamil Keyboard layout, Tamil font and licensee software. It's Free, Fast and Accurate Tamil typing software.

Tamil typing is important because Tamil is the native language of 100 Million (10 crore) peoples in India, Tamil is the official language of Tamil nadu and Puducherry states in India and also Singapore, Sri Lanka and Malaysia countries.

Writing system of Tamil is Left to Right and it's write using Tamil script which one has it's root in Brahmi script. Standard Tamil alphabets consist 12 vowels, 18 consonants and 10 numerals. These combine to form 216 compound characters and one special character (aaytha ezutthu), gross of 247 characters.

Power of Tamil Language

01. Tamil ( தமிழ் ) is a Dravidian language.

02. The earliest known inscriptions in Tamil date back to about 500 BC.

03. The Tamil alphabet was originally written on palm leaves. So, the letters are made up mainly of curved strokes which did not rip the leaves.

04. The earliest example of Tamil writing found are rock inscriptions from the 3rd century BCE, which are written in Tamil-Brahmi.

05. Modern Tamil writing is largely based on the 13th century grammar "Nannul" which restated and clarified the rules of the "Tolkappiyam", with some modifications.

06. In 2004 Tamil was declared a classical language of India. It means Tamil origin are very ancient, Tamil has an independent tradition and Tamil possesses a considerable ancient literature.  

07. A recorded Tamil literature has been documented for over 2000 years.

08. Tamil the first Indian language to be printed and published.

09. Apart from the usual numerals, Tamil has numerals for 10, 100 and 1000. Symbols for day, month, year, debit, credit, as above, rupee, and numeral are present as well.

10. Now Tamil speech to text are also available for Tamil typing.