How to write in Bengali

Thanks to Unicode, we can write in Bengali. I use a very nice software Avro Keyword which is fully unicode-compliant. 🙂 It sits pretty on your screen as a sleek toolbar. Supports Windows 2000, XP and 2003 – as the previous versions of Windows don’t have adequate support for unicode. It also includes the UniBijoy layout for users habituated with Bijoy. Best of all, it is a freeware.

[Update]: A newer version of Avro has been released. I have written about it here.

22 responses to “How to write in Bengali”

  1. I would like to learn how to write Abdul Garfur in Bengalie..

    Anyone that can help me please do…………..thanks Garth

  2. Avro keyboard is best for bangla type , you can download it from OmicronLab official website just search in google and download this softwere.
    When it will downloaded install it and open this softwere, then press F12 to change your language english to bangla.

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