VKP: Hindi Vijay: 1998
Version 1.300; 1998
Vijay K. Patel
Hindi is Indian national language. It is widely speaking throughout India. Hindi is most commonly written in Devangari in Northern India. The Devangari alphabet consists of forty-eight letters, thirteen vowels and thirty-five consonants (including the pure nasal called Anusvara, and the spirant called Visarga). These represent every sound of the Hindi language.
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