English to Gujarati Typing Online Tool

Astonished by the fun-loving and uniqueness of the Gujarati language and want to use it in typing? We know, typing in Gujarati with your keyboard could prove to be a strenuous job. So to help the Gujarati vernacular writers and learners, we have developed a tool called English to Gujarati online typing. This website allows you to convert your text by simply typing in English, followed by space between two consecutive words. Entered words will be converted automatically. Hence, making the process of typing in Gujarati a piece of cake.






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Steps To Write In Gujarati Using Your English Keyboard

1) Enter any word in English like – Tame [Press Space] kema [Press Space] Cho.

2) It will automatically convert it to – તમે કેમ છો

3) You can try this in the box given below.

If you want more suggestions, just press the backspace button twice.

 *In addition, it provides the Microsoft word format, giving all the options of Bold, Underlines, Italics, and Alignment within the same window.

The History of Gujarati Language:

Gujarati is a modern Indo-Aryan language which is evolved from Sanskrit. The name is derived from the word-Gujjar- which were cultural and pastoral communities and the pioneer citizens to settle on the west coast now knows as the state of Gujrat. With 46.1 million speakers all across the world, it is one of the most popularly spoken vernaculars of India. It has been included as one of the official languages of India in addition to being the official language of the state of Gujarat and multiple union territories and regions such as Nagar Haveli, Daman, Diu, and Dadra

Morphology Of Gujarati Language

Apabhransa grammar is a language which is a mixed form of languages like Sanskrit and Ardha-magadhi. Gujrati is one such language. Written Gujarati has been adapted from the Devanagari script, the major difference being that the letters hang on to the line rather than placed on top of it while writing on lined sheets. Also, the absence of any capital letters gives it more uniqueness.

Evolution Of Gujarati Language

Since there are so many dialects, many loan words have been used by other languages. The northern Gujarati dialects have borrowed some words from Persian and Arabic language. The southern Gujarati dialects have borrowed words from Portuguese apart from Hindi and English. The first known Gujarati script is a manuscript that dates back to the sixteenth century. However, according to the time scale, the styles can be divided into three major categories-

1. THE OLD PERIOD- The history can be traced back from 10th-14th century BC, where the use of Sanskrit was declining during the time of Muslim rulers. The texts of Avestan and Pahlavi were converted to Gujarati.

2. MIDDLE PERIOD-This period stayed between the 15th-17th centuries, when the use of the language accelerated, became the court language, and was used in all forms of official documents.

3. MODERN PERIOD- The westernization of the language took place after the 17th century, the time when the East India Company was trying to spread its branches across the subcontinent. Hence all these events had a major impact on the old style of this language, and lead to its modernization and ease of usage.

Various Forms of Gujarati Language

India is a unique country. The language is said to be varied every 20 km, hence the same goes with Gujrati too, there are various dialects and forms in which the language is spoken, each slightly different from the other, however, the core remains the same.

 1. Standard Form - Principally spoken by natives of Guj-Saurashtra and Maharashtra

 2. Gamadiya-Surati - Native speech residents of Eastern Gujrat, including Vadodara and Ahmedabad

 3. Kathiyawadi - Primarily used in the Saurashtra region.

The fluent and long narrations by the world-famous Premananda, have impacted the hearts of so many people than even long poems consisting of hundreds of lines were memorized by the people and are still sung by heart during cultural events. Many and poets and writers flourished during the Bhakti or devotional movement in Hinduism, what it was a movement of the masses to liberate Hinduism from the entrenched priesthood.

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