English To Hindi Typing

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English to Hindi Typing

Hello Folks! I bet you're here to convert your English to Hindi typing that's why we have created an amazing tool just for you. Here, you don't have to learn any other language but you can translate your English text into more than 20 languages with just a single click.

On this page, I'm going to lead you to convert your English text to the Hindi language in an exact fluent way you'd use while talking to someone in person.

How to use this English to Hindi text Converter

It's an easy process to convert your text, all you have to do is follow some really easy steps and your work will be done in an instant.

  • Go to the below available typing area and start writing your paragraphs.
  • Make sure that you've added a space bar after every word you write. Example - I'm [Space] here [Space] for [Space] fun. [Space] (I'm here for fun.)
  • You don't have to do anything other than this.
  • The tool will automatically detect the sentence and covert it for you.
  • You can also add symbols to your text from the additional text formatting options available above to the text area.

Type in the Hindi Language

With this tool you don't have to type in Hindi anymore, you can translate your native English to the Hindi language and copy it to your clipboard. This will help you in communicating with locals or understand their expressions.
 Once you're done converting your text from the tool, you can simply click on the Copy to Clipboard option to copy the text.

Later, you can paste it anywhere you want.

If you stuck don't know how to erase the board, look forward to the below buttons to the text area. There will be a push button to Reset all the written texts to serve you a fresh text area for new lines.

Examples of Hindi Typing

नमस्ते! Namaste

आप कैसे हैं? Aap kaise hain?

मैं बिल्कुल ठीक हूंतुम? Main theek hoon. Tum

तुम्हारा नाम क्या है? Tumhara naam kya hai

मेरा नाम अर्जुन है। Mera naam Arjun hai.

तुम कहाँ से हो? Tum kaha se ho

तुम क्या करते हो? Tum kya kaam karte ho

धन्यवाद। Dhanyawad

बाद में मिलते हैं Baad me milte hai

तुम्हारा मोबाइल नंबर क्या है? Tumhara phone number kya hai

मैं तुम्हारा इंतज़ार करूँगा/करूँगी। Mai tumhara intzaar karunga/karungi

शुभ-रात्रि shubh ratri

शुचाल्य कहा है? Shauchalay kahan hain.

इसके कितने रुपय हुवे? Iske kitne rupye huwe

मुझे ये नहीं चाहिए। Mujhe ye nahi chaiye

क्या तुम्हें हिंदी बोलनी आती है? Kya tumhe Hindi bolni aati hai

माफ करनामुझे समझ नहीं आया  maaf karna mujhe samajh nahi aaya

क्या तुम्हें ये रास्ता पता है? Kya tumhe ye rasta pata hai?

मुझे थोड़ा पानी चाहिए। Mujhe thoda paani chaiye

अभी के लिए इतना बहोत है। Abhi ke liye itna bahot hai.

क्या यहाँ आसपास कोई बैंक है? Yaha aaspas koi bank hai kya?

Importance of Hindi typing

You can use this tool to the community the public with their Hindi native language if you're a tourist and stays in a

place where people prefer Hindi as their major medium of communication. Then, this tool can easily help you out in all scenarios.

You can text your friends, chat with them in their mother-tongue language to impress them. Understand signboards of cities, advertisement posts, and Bollywood music.
 There are a number of benefits of having a tool like this, I can't even mention them all at once.

History of Hindi typing

Sanskrit is the oldest language introduced to our ancient history, and Hindi is devoted from the Sanskrit itself. In easy words, you can say Sanskrit is the mother of the Hindi language.
 In India, Hindi is widely spoken as the first major language of communication and known by more than 75% of the total population.

Not only in India, but there are also some wanderer communities living in other countries too, who love speaking Hindi language or have Hindi as their native language. You can count on countries like Yemen, Uganda, Canada, and Bangladesh.

It was firstly announced as the Khari Boli to the public of Delhi, as it was the peak power station of rulers. After a few centuries or decades, the nearby states had developed their own medium of communication with some minor/major changes in the vocals.

A few of them we still know are, Haryanvi, Chhattisgardhi, Garhwali, and Kanauji. These languages have almost the same literature but with a few different vocals and speaking rules.

Hindi also borrowed many vocabulary words from the Persian and Arabic languages. As India was the spot famous for tourists, travelers offered their dialects and languages to our community and we started using their phrases in routine.
 Most of the government or judiciary-related words are borrowed from the Persian language, as they have a superior tone of vocab.

Alphabets in Hindi

There are 36 consonants and 12 vowels in Hindi literature. Mostly, all languages have their own alphabets & vowels, no such same property of sounds or number positions.

11 Vowels (११ स्वर):  
33 Consonants (
३३ व्यंजन):          ञा                       
3 Joint Words (
संयुक्त अक्षर): क्षत्रज्ञ
Full Stop (
पूर्ण विराम): 
Numbers in Hindi (
हिंदी में नंबर):          


Do we need to learn the language first?

No, you don't have to learn anything. Just write the text in English and it will translate it into the Hindi language without any issue.

Do we need to pay for the services?

No, this tool is totally free for all. You can convert as many texts as you want without any limits. You don't have to even a single buck for any service.

Can we translate the text into any other languages too?

Yes, On the top right corner you'll find the list of available languages in which you can convert your English texts.


So, this was all about how you can convert your English to Hindi typing without spending any extra minute on learning or rushing for paid tools. If you still have any query or question in your mind, drop down it into the comments section and we will surely assist you as soon as we can. Till then, peace out, and keep enjoying the tool. And, don't forget to share it with your friends who are in need of this sort of tools. Also Read: English To Telugu Typing