Unicode Nepali Converter

Type romanised Nepali in text area below:

Unicode Nepali Converter

Nepali is widely used by the population of Nepal, India, Bhutan, Myanmar and Nepali diaspora around the world. Similarly, Unicode has become an industry-standard in computing and implemented by modern operating systems, browsers and major programming languages. If you want Nepali languages to be introduced in your work be it on word documents, XML, websites, etc then I have developed a Nepali Unicode converter – web application that lets you type in romanized English which then converts it into the Nepali language. After the conversion, you can simply copy and paste your work. It is simple, effective and powered by Google engine.

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What is Unicode

Unicode gives a unique number for every character that doesn’t change its value even if the platform, program, or language is changed. It has now become an industry-standard in the field of computing. It’s standard is maintained by the Unicode Consortium. By the time of developing this application, the most recent version is Unicode 12.1. Unicode 12.1 has a collection of 137,994 characters and it covers 150 modern and historic scripts, symbol sets, and emoji. It has been implemented by many recent technologies – modern operating systems, XML, most programming languages including Java, etc. Due to all these factors, Unicode has become a global standard to support all the world’s languages. UTF-8, UTF-16, and UTF-32 are defined in Unicode standard and UTF-8 is the dominant encoding in a web (world wide web – which is used by more than 90% websites).

Brief introduction to Nepali language

Nepali, the official language of Nepal, is an Indo-Aryan language of the sub-branch of Eastern Pahari. Besides being an official language of Nepal, it is also widely spoken in India (included as official languages in Sikkim and West Bengal), Bhutan, Myanmar and Nepali diaspora worldwide. Sinja Valley of Jumla is widely considered as the origin of the modern Nepali language.

According to the 2011 national census, 44.6% percent of the population of Nepal speaks Nepali as the first languages and 32.8% speak Nepali as a second language.

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