English to Telugu Typing

Online English To Telugu Typing

This section of our website hindityping.info is dedicated for free Online English to Telugu Typing. Here you can write in English and it will automatically get converted or transliterated into Telugu Language. Telugu is a Dravidian Language spoken by Telugu people of India mainly in the state of Andhra Pradesh & Telangana. It is one of the six languages designated a classical language of India. More than 81 million people worldwide are native speakers of Telugu.

For Example, if you type "Meeru aelaa unnaaru?"" in Telugu Conversion box it will be changed automatically to "మీరు ఎలా ఉన్నారు?" after pressing "space bar".

If you type " | " pipe (Shift + \ Key) in Telugu 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 Telugu 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 Telugu text area.

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About Telugu Language

Telugu was first recorded in the 7th century AD, but it was not until the 11th century that it gained popularity as a literary language, when Nannaya translated the Mahabharata into Telugu. Telugu was confined to poetry compositions and flourished in the courts of monarchs and among intellectuals throughout the period 500-1100. Pavuluri Mallana also translated Mahivaracharya's Ganitasara, a mathematical book, into Telugu around this time. Telugu's true growth occurred between 1100 and 1600, when the language grew more stylized and stiff. Nannaya's work, on the other hand, is quite unique due to the novelty of the treatment.

Aside from the Bhimesvara Purana, Bhima Kavi wrote a grammar book in Telugu. Tikkanna (13th century) and Yerranna (14th century) carried on Nannaya's translation of the Mahabharata. Srinatha popularised the Telugu literary genre known as prabandha (a story in verse with a strict metrical structure) in the 14th and 15th centuries. The Ramayana was also translated into Telugu during this time period, with the Ranganatha Ramayana by Gona Buddha Reddi being the first such work. Potana, Jakkana, and Gaurana are some of the most famous religious poets of the time. Kumaragiri Vema Reddy (Vemana) of the 14th century authored Telugu poems in a simple language with national idioms.

Bammera Potanamatya (1450-1510) is most known for his Sanskrit-to-Telugu translation of the Bhagavata Purana, Andhra Maha Bhagavatamu, and Bhogini Dandakam, the first Telugu dhandaka. Virabhadra Vijayamu is a book in which he chronicles the exploits of Virabhadhra, Shiva's son. Tallapaka Annamacharya (or Annamayya) (fifteenth century) is considered the Telugu language's Pada-kavita Pitamaha. Annamacharya is reported to have written 32,000 sankeertanas (songs) about Bhagwaan Govinda Venkateswara, only about 12,000 of which are still available today. Subhadra Kalyanam was written by Annamacharya's wife, Thimmakka (Tallapaka Tirumalamma), and she is regarded the first female poet in Telugu language.

Telugu literature flourished in parts of the south after Vijayanagar fell, such as the capitals of the numerous Nayaka monarchs. Kshetrayya, also known as Kshetragna, was a renowned poet and Carnatic music composer who lived from c.1600 to 1680. He wrote a lot of padams and keertanas, which were popular at the time. He is credited with almost 4000 compositions, although only a small number have survived. Kancherla Gopanna, also known as Bhadradri Ramadasu or Bhadrachala Ramadasu, was a Carnatic music composer and a 17th-century Indian follower of Rama. He is one of Telugu's most well-known vaggeyakaras (songwriters and composers of songs who are the same person).

Aacharya Aatreya (1921-1989) was a Telugu film industry screenwriter, lyricist, and story writer. He was awarded the label 'Manasu Kavi' for his poetry on the human soul and heart. The delta region's general economic prosperity enabled the establishment of schools and universities, resulting in the spread of education and the emergence of a western educated middle class. This occurred at the same time as the formation of several socio-religious organisations in the region. A press campaign was launched to propagate reformist ideals. As a result, from 1858 forward, journalism flourished in the region. The Telugu press was instrumental in the development of a distinct Telugu identity and the demand for a separate Andhra State.