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Lipikaar Sanskrit Keyboard


Typing in Sanskrit on your mobile just got easier! Lipikaar - a smart, easy to use and intuitive typing solution for Sanskrit. The best part is you don't need to switch keyboards or remember complicated key positions. Use your regular QWERTY English keyboard, and type any Sanskrit word effortlessly.

How to install Lipikaar Sanskrit Keyboard

Step 1:
Go to Settings >> Language and Keyboard >> Enable the Lipikaar Sanskrit Keyboard.
Step 2:
Open you desired application, for example, New SMS Message.
Keep your finger pressed in the typing area.
From the options, select "Input Method".
Now select Lipikaar Sanskrit from the list.

The keyboard is now activated and can be used for typing.
*Use the EN/SA key on the keyboard to toggle between Sanskrit and English.

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How to type in Sanskrit with Lipikaar

Rule 1:
Repeatedly type the closest sounding key till you see the correct script character.
Type s once for स, twice for श and thrice for ष.
Also, to attach र, ऋ to an alphabet as in क्र,कृ type r repeatedly after the alphabet.
For क्र, type krr, for कृ, type krrr

Rule 2:
Type x after the character to get its half-character.
For परस्परं type prsxprz ; For बन्धुत्व type bnxddutxv ; For स्वतन्त्राः type sxvtnxtxrazz

Rule 3:
Type z to add a special symbol of the script.
For exampleं ः ़ ँ । ऽ ॐ

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Over 1,00,000 people use Lipikaar to type emails, blogs, and documents in Sanskrit.
Lipikaar products include Windows Typing Software, Firefox Addons and plugins for Websites.
Visit us at www.lipikaar.com.
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About Lipikaar Sanskrit Keyboard
Typing in Sanskrit on your mobile just got easier! Lipikaar - a smart, easy to use and intuitive typing solution for Sanskrit. The best part is you don't need to switch keyboards or remember complicated key positions. Use your regular QWERTY English keyboard, and type any Sanskrit word effortlessly.

How to install Lipikaar Sanskrit Keyboard

Step 1:
Go to Settings >> Language and Keyboard >> Enable the Lipikaar Sanskrit Keyboard.
Step 2:
Open you desired application, for example, New SMS Message.
Keep your finger pressed in the typing area.
From the options, select "Input Method".
Now select Lipikaar Sanskrit from the list.

The keyboard is now activated and can be used for typing.
*Use the EN/SA key on the keyboard to toggle between Sanskrit and English.

********************************************************************************************

How to type in Sanskrit with Lipikaar

Rule 1:
Repeatedly type the closest sounding key till you see the correct script character.
Type s once for स, twice for श and thrice for ष.
Also, to attach र, ऋ to an alphabet as in क्र,कृ type r repeatedly after the alphabet.
For क्र, type krr, for कृ, type krrr

Rule 2:
Type x after the character to get its half-character.
For परस्परं type prsxprz ; For बन्धुत्व type bnxddutxv ; For स्वतन्त्राः type sxvtnxtxrazz

Rule 3:
Type z to add a special symbol of the script.
For exampleं ः ़ ँ । ऽ ॐ

********************************************************************************************

Over 1,00,000 people use Lipikaar to type emails, blogs, and documents in Sanskrit.
Lipikaar products include Windows Typing Software, Firefox Addons and plugins for Websites.
Visit us at www.lipikaar.com.

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