English to Tamil Typing

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Online English To Tamil Typing

This section of our website hindityping.info is dedicated for free Online English to Tamil Typing. Here you can write in English and it will automatically get converted or transliterated into Tamil Language. Tamil is a Dravidian Language spoken by Tamil people of India mainly in the state of Tamil Nadu. It is also one of the 22 scheduled languages of India. More than 74 million people worldwide are native speakers of Tamil.

For Example, if you type "Kaalai Vanakkam" in Tamil Conversion box it will be changed automatically to "காலை வணக்கம்" after pressing "space bar".

If you type " | " pipe (Shift + \ Key) in Tamil Conversion box it will give " । " .

Word & Character Suggestions

You can also change between Word Suggestions & Character Suggestions. In word suggestions mode you will get suggestion when you type whole word and release space bar but in character suggestions you will start getting suggestions the moment you start Tamil typing.

Save as Text & Doc File

You can also download whatever you have typed on your pc as a notepad text file or word document file by simply clicking the button below Tamil text area.

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About Tamil Language

Tamil is an ancient South Indian language used by the Tamil people. Tamil is one of the world's oldest and most widely spoken classical languages. Tamil is considered to be an Indian classical language. Tamil has a long literary tradition dating back over 2000 years. Tamil, the oldest of the Dravidian languages, is both a classical (like Sanskrit) and a modern (like other Indian languages) language. Over the course of two centuries, Tamil literature has continued to evolve without interruption. The majority of Tamil literature has been chronicled in various ways. Tamil was the first Indian language to be printed as a book as a result of this. The first Tamil dictionary, Tamil Lexicon, was produced by the University of Madaras, and it was one of the first dictionaries published in Indian languages.

Tamil is a member of the Dravidian language family, which includes about 26 languages. However, dating ancient Tamil literature is a challenge. Most historians assume that the Tolkappiyam is the oldest existing Tamil grammatical and literary work, because some of its archaic structural and stylistic factors place it before what is now known as Sangam literature. Everyone is curious as to how an ancient language has endured so long. The reason is that the old south Indian monarchs had a working grasp of Tamil literature, so they gathered numerous materials to construct Tamil literature. Sangam was formed by some south Indian kings, such as the Pandian kings, to collect and compile information, such as universities.

Tamil sangams functioned as universities, assisting in the documentation of Tamil literary works in various formats. Every time technology advances, Tamil sangams are updated. The Madurai Tamil Sangam, which has a history of over 1200 years, is still in operation. Devotional poetry, Shaiva, and Vaishnava emerged at the conclusion of the Sangam period. Tirunjanasambandar, a Shaiva hymnologist, composed various Tevaram hymns. Thirunanukkarasar, Sundarar, and Manikkavachakar are the other Shaiva Nayanas. The literature in Tamil declined after the Cholas and Pandyas. However, Arunagirinathar wrote the famous Tiruppugazh in the fifteenth century.

The discriminating Tirumala Nayaka of Madurai patronised Vaishnava intellectuals of this period who penned complex commentary on holy books, such as Vedanta Desikar, Manavala Mahamini, and Pillai Lokacharya. On the Tolkappiyam and the Kural, brilliant commentary have been written. Tamil Nadu's political landscape changed dramatically between the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The introduction of Western cultural elements caused a significant cultural shock in Tamil society. The Tamil cultural values were attempted to be preserved by Shaiva monasteries.