Beginner's Hindi Script
Now learning non-Roman-alphabet languages is as easy as A-B-C! Readers wanting to learn the basics of reading and writing a new language that employs script will find all they need in the Teach Yourself Beginner's Script series. Each book includes a step-by-step introduction to reading and writing in a new language as well as tips and practice exercises to build learners' skills. Thanks to the experts at Teach Yourself, script will no longer be all "Greek" to language learners--unless of course, it is Greek script! Teach Yourself Beginner's Script series books feature: Origins of the language A systematic approach to mastering the script Lots of "hands-on" exercises and activities Practical examples from real-life situations
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The Devanagari syllabary
Nasalised vowels and candrabindu_
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aksar anusvar APPENDIX Arabic bahut basic Brahmin common conjunct forms culture Dehra Dun Delhi dental dental consonants Devanagari script dilli diphthong divali diya dotted characters English words example Exercise feminine following words gender ghar handwriting Hindi and Urdu Hindi word Hindi-speaker independent India Indian scripts inherent vowel Jaisalmer kaha kaun kya yah larka loanwords magar masculine means Mumbai nasal consonants nouns palate Panjab paratha Persian Perso-Arabic Perso-Arabic script phonetic Pradesh pronounced pronunciation rasoighar rediyo retroflex consonants Roman samay Sanskrit Sanskrit loanwords second member sentence sequence sitar sound produced speakers substitute spelling strongly aspirated version sundarlal suraksa syllabary syllable tadbhava tatsama Transcribe the following transliteration Urdu Uttar Varanasi verb vertical line viram vocabulary vowel characters vowel sign Wrff written yaha Yamuna yamunotri