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Assamese (Sabdalipi) Keyboard Help


This keyboard is designed for the Assamese language. It is a phonetic keyboard, which means the characters are arranged according to the letters of the English keyboard.

Using this Keyboard

Keyboard Layout

Default state

Default keyboard state

Shift state

Shift keyboard state


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Language Phrase Meaning Type the following keys
Assamese অসমীয়া "Assamese" AsmExa

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The Sabdalipi Assamese keyboard uses a phonetic-style layout, so that the key sequence for each Assamese (Unicode) character is usually the similar sounding English character, for example:

k is , g is , p is and so on.

Similarly uppercase characters are used for the deep sounding characters, for example:

K is , G is , P is and so on.

The plus '+' sign is used to create juktyakhars, for example:

typing 'l+p' would result in ল্প
typing 'j+j+b' would result in জ্জ্ব

A special key is reserved for all kaar jogs, for example:

a stands for Aakaar
u stands for Ukaar, i.e pu gives পু, ru gives ৰু and gu gives গু
y stands for rhokaar, i.e gy is গ্ৰ, ty is ত্ৰ and ky is ক্ৰ

The keyboard layout and kaar jogs are shown below.

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