How to type in Hindi or other Indian Languages

Can you type in Hindi more faster, if not then I would like you to try out this amazing site called Quillpad which lets you type in your native language. It provides an easy to use interface that makes typing a joy. All you need to do is type in the words in roman script, and Quillpad does the transliteration intelligently on the fly. It’s quite intuitive too, so you don’t have to keep pressing the shift key or characters like ^ ~ . to get the right output.


  • Easy to use
  • Provide formatting options like bold, italic, color, background color
  • Save the content  in *.txt & *.html format
  • Facility to E-mail the written material

Quillpad also naturally supports multiple ways of typing a same word. For example in Hindi: rashtrapathi, rashtrpati, raashtrapatee, Will all give the same output.

Expressing yourself happens best in your mother tongue and Quillpad makes the experience even more wonderful. So go ahead and try it for yourself by clicking here and start typing in any of these languages – Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Tamil and Telugu.

*Note: Do make sure that you are using the Internet Explorer browser and that the encoding type is specified as Unicode.

    View -> Encoding -> Unicode(UTF-8)