Malayalam Typing

Do you have to type a text piece in the Malayalam language? Then try our online Malayalam typing tool given on this page. We have specially designed this online language tool for Malayalam typing. All the basic instructions for typing your desired text in this language are given below. You can type any sort of text piece easily with this online tool. This online tool allows the user to type as much Malayalam text as you want. You can easily save your typed text as well as can copy or even print it.

Malayalam Typing


Click on the key (virama) to clear the inherent vowel (a)


To type directly with the computer keyboard:

  • Use the capital to type the letters subscribed with a dot below: T, Th, D, Dh, N, R, Rh, L, S
  • Type G for ng & J for ñ
  • Type sh or ç for ś
  • Type aa, ii, uu, ee, oo (or A, I, U, E, O) for the long vowels: ā, ī, ū, ē, ō
  • Type -r and -ri for ri and rī
  • Type -l and -li for li and lī
  • Type M for  (anusvara)
  • Type H for  (visarga)


Online language tools are used by people for typing text, text language translation, text conversion, and different other text and language-related tasks. Text typing is one of those tasks that are mostly performed via online text tools. because over 7150 languages are being spoken around the world and text typing in various languages is a very complex task. But online text typing tool makes this look very easy.

On this page, we have a text tool for typing text in the Malayalam language. It is very easy to use, 100% free, extremely fast, and very straightforward. It allows unlimited text typing with all basic typing instructions. Moreover, the typed text is easy to use as you can copy, save, or print it according to your need. Furthermore, an introductory paragraph about this language is also given below.

Malayalam Language

Malayalam is a Dravidian language spoken in the Indian state of Kerala and also Malayalam is designated a Classical language of India in 2013. There are 38 million native speakers of the Malayalam language. Malayalam was the official language of the state of Kerala and the origin of the Malayalam language remains a matter of dispute among scholars. The Malayalam language is also spoken by the islands of Lakshadweep in the Arabian Sea.

Writing Script

Vattezhuth, Kolezhuthu, Malayanma, Grantha, Arabi Malayalam script, Suriyani Malayalam,  and Hebrew script have been used historically to write the Malayalam language. Now it is written in Malayalam script. Latin script is also used to some extent for certain informal purposes.

How many letters in Malayalam alphabet?

The Malayalam alphabet is written with 15 vowels, 42 consonants, and a few other symbols.

Is Malayalam an official language?

Malayalam is an official language in Kerala and Puducherry.

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