Introduction to the Devanagari Script for students of by H. M. Lambert

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Dhi 1 I'M fa ft ke ft m obi When the vowel signs are added to consonant characters which have an upright stroke, the superscribed signs are placed above the upright stroke, and the subscribed signs are written at the foot of that stroke. When vowel signs are subscribed to rounded characters they are written below the mid-point of the lowest curve, thus: f 5 f £ 5 I chu pxn d^u djiuu du huu Special forms ^ * ru ruu An older form of is The vowel sign of 9f£ representing if with ^ used to represent "5^ 5 1 dr Jr ^-, and of ^ hr is is not written with ^ • The character is written with the superscribed stroke when it is to be realised before another con- sonant character without an intervening vowel.

5 h . Uo BhagavadgTta, c h . l , v . 2 6 . 8. 2„ 5o 7 . [PTfTrT:] \\^\\ II w i ^SF*Tu% k 5 R i g v e d a , 1. 3. i b i d . , i b i d . 3»v. 2 5 . NTtisatakam, v . l i 8 . 2 TRANSCRIPTION T r a n s c r i p t i o n , o f R e a d i n g Examples Chapter 2 . 1. i . do ke bh©];© chsd p©d© dhsn© jhsg© j©cj© - gsmeke dhe"|;ok© dho bho jeget k©p©"(;© chedon©m gemonem to jo cei]©k© bh©j©k© p©n©n©m p©"(;h©nem v© ye leve lobh j©l© yev© khsre dhore yemevot /ere set seh© Jo^he sorele y©/©s ved l©y© bo jhsr© jhsro co kh© 0 oth©.

For this form of J"s see Ch. 2,1. iii. b. 5. b. 53. 7. The initial characters in these words represent gro and pro . 8. a. CONJUNCT CHARACTERS iii. Characters joined with preceding a. 45 or following . preceding another character. To represent preceding another character a stroke is super- scribed on the character before which r is to be realised. This stroke is called "V^T: , rephoh, the name given to the character ^ . repheh in this form may be written with any character, but it does not occur with or , *• -* £ I * $ -rko -rco -r^o -rts -rpo -ryo Some of the characters, particularly S>[ , «[ , repheh.

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