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Bengali Writing Pad

What can I do with Bengali Writing Pad?

How do I use the Bengali Writing Pad?

To generate Bengali using English alphabets:

  1. Enter the English alphabets in English Box.
    Follow either Unicode Chart Notation (Symbol Map) or Harvard-Kyoto notation.
  2. The Bengali for RTF Document is generated in the Bengali Box.
  3. The Bengali for Web Pages is generated in HTML Code Box.
    The HTML Code can be copied and pasted in web pages (HTML files).

To convert Bengali format between RTF and Web pages:

  1. Enter the Bengali in RTF format or Web page format in the respective text box
    (either Bengali Box or HTML Code Box).
  2. Press the Convert button below the respective text box.
  3. Copy the generated Bengali from the other text box.


Bengali Writing Pad

1. English Box: Enter English here to convert to Bengali.
Unicode Chart Notation: (Symbol Map) Harvard Kyoto Notation

(Conversion happens as you type)    


Go To English Box   Bengali Box   Approx Trans Box   HTML Code Box


2. Bengali Box: The Bengali for RTF Document is generated here.


Go To English Box   Bengali Box   Approx Trans Box   HTML Code Box


3. Approximate Transliteration Box: Approx. English Transliteration is generated here.


Go To English Box   Bengali Box   Approx Trans Box   HTML Code Box


4. HTML Code Box: The Bengali for Web Page is generated here.


Go To English Box   Bengali Box   Approx Trans Box   HTML Code Box

The generated HTML Code can be used to create web pages as:

   <html>

   <head>
   <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html" charset="UTF-8"/>
   <title>My Web Page</title>
   </head>

   <body>
   Paste the generated HTML Code here
   </body>

   </html>


Version 1.0
You may be interested in the other Online Bengali Tools given below:
(The tools are sorted alphabetically):
01.Bengali English Pad: Write a combination of Bengali and English.
02. Bengali Writing Pad: Write Bengali using English.

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