A Review On: Natural Sounding TTS System for Devanagari Language

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Sathe Kushal Vilasrao, Prathamesh Patil, Rachita Bisht, Utkarsha Dhane, Bhagyashree Dhakulkar


This paper delves into the development and impact of Natural Sounding Text-to-Speech (TTS) technology for the Devanagari language. It emphasizes the pivotal role of TTS systems in enhancing digital content accessibility, engagement, and inclusivity for Devanagari speakers and readers. The study covers various aspects of TTS, including the unique challenges associated with Devanagari writing, the techniques and models used to create natural-sounding speech, and the wide-ranging applications spanning education, assistive technology, and beyond. Notably, the research underscores the importance of accurately capturing Devanagari's phonetic and prosodic nuances to ensure the highest level of speech quality and naturalness. The technology holds the potential to bridge language and educational gaps, facilitate information dissemination, and improve communication for individuals with limited literacy or visual impairments. It also highlights the need for further research and development to enhance linguistic and cultural adaptability, speech quality, and platform integration. Ultimately, the progress made in Devanagari TTS promises to transform digital content interaction and contribute to educational empowerment, content accessibility, and a more inclusive digital landscape.

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