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Indic text

पवित्र
pavitra
as text


>
pavitra
as image

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To the left is the Sanskrit word pavitra in Devanagari. On the top it is displayed as text, and on the bottom it is displayed as an image which shows how the top text should look. If the top text displays as question marks, small empty boxes, or small boxes containing tiny letters or numbers, then your operating system does not have Indic fonts installed, or your browser does not recognize them.

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See the Wikipedia article on Indic language support for information on how to enable your operating system and browser to correctly display and type Indic scripts. For Android users, there is a special Wikipedia article on multilingual support. See this site’s Devanagari article for more information on technical details.


Romanized Indic text

ākāśa
akasha
as text


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akasha
as image

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To the left is the Sanskrit word akasha in IAST Romanization. On the top it is displayed as text, and on the bottom it is displayed as an image which shows how the top text should look. If any characters in the top text display as question marks, small empty boxes, or small boxes containing tiny letters or numbers, then your operating system does not have fonts containing diacritical characters for Romanized Indic, or your browser does not recognize these fonts.

See the Wikipedia article on multilingual support for information on how to enable your operating system and browser to correctly display and type these characters. See this site’s Devanagari article for more information on technical details.


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Page last modified 26 February 2017


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