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How to Write Marathi Language Online?

Updated on March 23, 2012

Devanagari Marathi Online

Marathi is a language of 94 million peoples. There are so many Marathi peoples using internet, but they don't know how to write Marathi language online over internet!? Marathi language gets written in Devanagari Script. Today I am going to tell you that how to write Marathi language in Devanagari Script online? This is very easy.

Devanagari Marathi with Baraha

marathi baraha
marathi baraha

Download and Install Baraha

To write Marathi Language in Devanagari Script online, you need Baraha Software. Download and install Baraha on your computer. Baraha is the Free Indian Language Software for your computer. Baraha supports Kannada, Devanagari, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Gujarati, Gurumukhi, Bengali, and Oriya scripts. Use Baraha to write emails, blogs, scraps etc. Your online activity in Marathi language is possible with the help of Baraha Software.

After installing Baraha Software, choose Baraha Direct. Look for the quick launch icon of Baraha at the bottom of your computer screen. Make a right click over that quick launch icon and then select Marathi language. Now if you press F11, it will toggle between Marathi and English language. Thus with the help of Baraha Direct, you can write Devanagari Marathi online over internet. Baraha has the average 25000 downloads per month. Baraha is the best software for writing online Marathi.

Quillpad - Marathi Writing Pad

Quillpad Marathi
Quillpad Marathi

Write Marathi with Quillpad

It has been so easy to write Devanagari Marathi online with Quillpad. Go to Quillpad website and select Marathi language. Here is the link of Quillpad with already selected Marathi language. Click "Launch Quillpad" button. You may also select 'Editor' option from the menu bar of the website and then select the Marathi language from the writing pad in front of you.

So the writing pad is in front of you! Start writing Devanagari Marathi and express yourself in your own language with Quillpad.

Write Marathi With Google

Marathi Google Transliteration
Marathi Google Transliteration

Devnagari Marathi with Google Transliteration

Google has been the most reliable website over the internet. Google Transliteration offers an option for converting Roman characters to their phonetic equivalent in your language. You may write in Marathi Devanagari Script with the help of Google Transliteration. This is the direct link for Devanagari Marathi Google Transliteration writing pad. You may refer this page for more help with Google Transliteration. So many peoples including one of my friends prefer Google transliteration for writing Marathi online in Devanagari Script. They find it using simpler than that of Baraha. But I personally prefer Baraha as the best option for writing my Marathi Blog.

These are some options that you can use for writing Marathi online in a Devanagari Script. Now consider, if you want to write 'Marathi' in Devanagari Script, just type 'Marathi' as it is with English alphabets in a given writing pads. These English alphabets will get automatically converted into Marathi Devnagari. Thus you can write each and every word of Marathi language online in Devanagari Script by typing English alphabets.

If you find this article helpful for Marathi peoples, please bookmark or share this article with your friends and family. This article may help Marathi by increasing the online Marathi content across internet.


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      how to write priyanka in marathi 6 years ago

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      Dinesh 6 years ago

      Thanks for the information. IT was very useful for me.

      Especially the google transliteration service

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      billyaustindillon 7 years ago

      Very informative I never knew Marathi had so many users - just shows how many different cultures there are in our world.