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Devanagari

Range: 0900—097F Quantity of characters: 128

Various signs

U+0900
U+0901
U+0902
U+0903

Independent vowels

U+0904
U+0905
U+0906
U+0907
U+0908
U+0909
U+090A
U+090B
U+090C
U+090D
U+090E
U+090F
U+0910
U+0911
U+0912
U+0913
U+0914

Consonants

U+0915
U+0916
U+0917
U+0918
U+0919
U+091A
U+091B
U+091C
U+091D
U+091E
U+091F
U+0920
U+0921
U+0922
U+0923
U+0924
U+0925
U+0926
U+0927
U+0928
U+0929
U+092A
U+092B
U+092C
U+092D
U+092E
U+092F
U+0930
U+0931
U+0932
U+0933
U+0934
U+0935
U+0936
U+0937
U+0938
U+0939

Dependent vowel signs

U+093A
U+093B

Various signs

U+093C
U+093D

Dependent vowel signs

U+093E
ि
U+093F
U+0940
U+0941
U+0942
U+0943
U+0944
U+0945
U+0946
U+0947
U+0948
U+0949
U+094A
U+094B
U+094C

Virama

U+094D

Dependent vowel signs

U+094E
U+094F

Sign

U+0950

Vedic tone marks

U+0951
U+0952

Accent marks

U+0953
U+0954

Dependent vowel sign

U+0955

Dependent vowel signs for Kashmiri

U+0956
U+0957

Additional consonants

U+0958
U+0959
U+095A
U+095B
U+095C
U+095D
U+095E
U+095F

Additional vowels for Sanskrit

U+0960
U+0961
U+0962
U+0963

Generic punctuation for scripts of India

U+0964
U+0965

Digits

U+0966
U+0967
U+0968
U+0969
U+096A
U+096B
U+096C
U+096D
U+096E
U+096F

Additional signs

U+0970
U+0971

Independent vowel for Marathi

U+0972

Independent vowels

U+0973
U+0974
U+0975

Independent vowels for Kashmiri

U+0976
U+0977

Additional consonants

U+0978
U+0979
U+097A

Sindhi implosives

U+097B
U+097C

Glottal stop

U+097D

Sindhi implosives

U+097E
ॿ
U+097F

Devanagari is a Unicode block containing characters for writing Hindi, Marathi, Sindhi, Nepali and Sanskrit. In its original incarnation, the code points U+0900..U+0954 were a direct copy of the characters A0-F4 from the 1988 ISCII standard. The  Bengali 0980–09FF ,  Gurmukhi 0A00–0A7F ,  Gujarati 0A80–0AFF ,  Oriya 0B00–0B7F ,  Tamil 0B80–0BFF ,  Telugu 0C00–0C7F ,  Kannada 0C80–0CFF , and  Malayalam 0D00–0D7F blocks were similarly all based on their ISCII encodings.

Devanagari, also called Nagari, is an abugida alphabet of India and Nepal. It is written from left to right, does not have distinct letter cases, and is recognisable (along with most other North Indic scripts, with a few exceptions like  Gujarati 0A80–0AFF and  Oriya 0B00–0B7F ) by a horizontal line that runs along the top of full letters. Since the 19th century, it has been the most commonly used script for writing Sanskrit. Devanagari is used to write Hindi, Nepali, Marathi, Konkani, Bodo and Maithili among other languages and dialects. It was formerly used to write Gujarati. Because it is the standardised script for the Hindi, Nepali, Marathi, Konkani and Bodo languages, Devanagari is one of the most used and adopted writing systems in the world.

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