Devanagari

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Devanagari
देवनागरी
Chandas typeface specimen.svg
Devanagari script (vowels top, consonants bottom) in Chandas font.
Uri Abugida
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Panahon Early signs: 1st century CE,[1] modern form: 10th century CE[2][3]
Mga magulang na sistema
Brāhmī
Mga anak na sistema Gujarati
Moḍī
Mga kapatid na sistema Gurmukhi, Nandinagari
ISO 15924 Deva, 315
Direksiyon Left-to-right
Unicode alias Devanagari
Unicode range U+0900–U+097F Devanagari,
U+A8E0–U+A8FF Devanagari Extended,
U+1CD0–U+1CFF Vedic Extensions
Note: This page may contain IPA phonetic symbols.

Ang Devanagari ( /ˌdvəˈnɑːɡəri/ DAY-və-NAH-gə-ree; देवनागरी, Padron:IAST3, a compound of "deva" देव and "nāgarī" नागरी; Hindi pronunciation: Padron:IPA-hi), also called Nagari (Nāgarī, नागरी),[4] ay isang matandang alpabeto na abugida na ginagamit sa Nepal at India. Ito ay isinusulat mula kaliwa hanggang kanan, na mayroong malakas na nais para sa bilog na hugis na may naka-parisukat na awtlayn, at ito ay puwede sa pahigang linya na nakakonekta sa taas ng titik.[5]

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  1. Maling banggit (Hindi tamang <ref> tag; walang binigay na teksto para sa refs na may pangalang gazett); $2
  2. Isaac Taylor (1883), History of the Alphabet: Aryan Alphabets, Part 2, Kegan Paul, Trench & Co, p. 333, ISBN 978-0-7661-5847-4, https://archive.org/stream/alphabet00unkngoog#page/n348/mode/2up/, "... In the Kutila this develops into a short horizontal bar, which, in the Devanagari, becomes a continuous horizontal line ... three cardinal inscriptions of this epoch, namely, the Kutila or Bareli inscription of 992, the Chalukya or Kistna inscription of 945, and a Kawi inscription of 919 ... the Kutila inscription is of great importance in Indian epigraphy, not only from its precise date, but from its offering a definite early form of the standard Indian alphabet, the Devanagari ..." 
  3. Salomon, Richard (1998). Indian epigraphy: a guide to the study of inscriptions in Sanskrit, Prakrit, and the other Indo-Aryan languages. South Asia research. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-509984-3. 
  4. Kathleen Kuiper (2010), The Culture of India, New York: The Rosen Publishing Group, ISBN 978-1615301492, page 83
  5. Maling banggit (Hindi tamang <ref> tag; walang binigay na teksto para sa refs na may pangalang georgec); $2