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Vowel[मात्रा]:
अ = a, आ = A,aa, इ = i, ई = I,ee, उ = u, ऊ = U, ऋ = R, ऎ = E, ए = e, ऐ= ai, ऒ = O, ओ = o, औ = au अं = aM अँ=a~M

Consonant[व्यजंन]:
क = k, ख = kh, ग = g, घ = gh, ङ = NG
च = ch, छ = Ch, ज = j, झ = z, ञ = NY
ट = T, ठ = Th, ड = D, ढ = Dh, ण = N
त = t, थ = th, द= d, ध = dh, न = n, ऩ = NN
प = p, फ = f,ph, ब = b, भ = bh, म = m ,य = y, र = r, ल = l
ळ = L, ऴ = LL, व = v,w, श = sh, ष = Sh, स = s, ह = h,क्ष=x,त्र=tr,ज्ञ=jNY,Jh,द्=ddh


क़ = K ----> हक़िक़त = haKIKat
ख़ = Kh ----> ख़ुश = Khush
ग़ = G ----> पैग़ाम = paiGAm
ज़ = Z ----> बज़ार = baZAr
ड़ = DD ----> किलाड़ि = KilADDi
ढ़ = DH ----> सीढ़ी = sIDHI
फ़= F ---> काफ़ि = kAFi
य़ = Y
व्यजंन + मात्रा [ उदाहरण]:
Hindi OutPut क् का के कै कि की को कौ कु कू कं कँ
English Input k ka kA ke kai ki kI ko kau ku kU kM k~M

ZWJ, ZWNJ characters:
^ = ZWJ (zero width joiner)
^^ = ZWNJ (zero width non joiner)
Usually when a consonant cluster (two or more consecutive consonants) occurs, it will be rendered as a ligature if that is available in the font. The ZWJ and ZWNJ can be used to produce an alternate rendering of the ligatures.
If a consonant is followed by the ZWJ, half-form of the consonant is formed.
Example:
shakti - शक्ति
shak^ti - शक्‍ति
rakShaNa - रक्षण
rak^ShaNa - रक्‍षण
If a dead consonant (consonant with halant symbol) is required, the ZWNJ character should be used after the consonant.
Example:
rAj^^kumAr - राज्‌कुमार
rAjkumAr^^ - राज्कुमार्‌

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