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Learn to Read, Write and Enjoy Bangla/Bengali Online

Welcome to

The Bangla site for the Internet

This website is intended to teach, and facilitate the use of, the বাংলা Bangla (Bengali) language.

It is designed to use Computer technology and the Internet to teach Bangla to the level you want.

It is available 24/7, from anywhere in the world as long as you have an Internet connection or Wi-Fi. You can use any modern Desktop, Laptop, Tablet or Smartphone* with Windows, MacOS, Linux, iOS or Android. And remember, you never have to install and maintain ANY software on your system.

So, Welcome, Navigate, Learn and Prosper!

Supriyo Sen
Note* - of course, a larger screen will be easier to read

Stages of Learning Bangla

The site now covers different phases of a journey in learning Bangla.

1 - Casual Interest

You could be a current or potential visitor to "Bengal" or a friend of a Bengali. You may not want to invest a lot of time and effort, but you want to pick up some conversational snippets to gain some confidence in speaking to real people.

2 - Learn Basics of Script

This is important even for reading shop and street signs in Bengali speaking areas. To learn the Bangla script, the letters and words need to be presented with sound so that the learner can see and hear at the same time.

3 - Learn to Make Sentences

At this stage, people usually enrolled in classroom courses that were available at least in London and Chicago, conducted by teachers who were proficient in the language and were often textbook authors. Many of these courses for Bangla are being dropped. With the advent of internet learning, online courses are filling the void.

4 - Express Yourself with Bangla Writing

Considerable effort is spent creating Bangla text using the universal English ("Latin") keyboard. Most people learn a way (using a software key mapping) to type Bangla text. These Input Method Editors (IMEs) are different across computers, so your carefully learned Mac scheme will not be usable when you use the PC in the local Public Library. A method that works in all platforms is evolving.

5 - Actively read, write, hear and grow knowledge

If you went to live in Bangladesh or West Bengal, your knowledge of Bangla would surely grow through the process of immersion. But most people have lives to lead and have to find some other way.
I have tried to create a portal of Bangla links so that you can be in an immersive environment.

The contents of this site are described in more detail at About This Site.

Thank you for visiting this site. If I can help you in any way on your quest to learn and use Bangla, send me a comment by clicking on the "Comment by Email" button in the footer. I want to make your Bangla experience a most positive one.

Supriyo Sen
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