Turkish Sign Language (TSL) is the language used by the deaf community in Turkey. TSL uses a two-handed manual alphabet which is very different from the two-handed alphabets. TSL has its own grammar, including rich and diverse systems of phonology, morphology, and classification. Thus, TSL may have had along historical development. The comparison between TSL and other sign languages shows that TSL has exclusive linguistic properties. The comparison of TSL as a visual-gestural system and Turkish as an auditory-vocal system helps to better understand the impact of modality on language phonology and morphology. Deaf people have valuable offerings for society, and itâ€™s a shame when communication is a barrier. Sign Language is the most prominent way of communication between the deaf and hearing impaired and over 3 million people in Turkey have TSL as their first or preferred language. We are hoping to help deaf people by converting TSL into audio and audio into TSL for social awareness purposes and easy communication. The purpose of proposed system will be able to convert TSL into audio and audio into TSL to enable communication between a deaf and hearing individual to help the integration of at least 1 million people into society. Proposed system will be held as a social awareness project.