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Writing Devanagari words using Baraha transliteration scheme is as easy as writing our namesin English.
 qÉåUÉ pÉÉUiÉ qÉWûÉlÉ 
can be written as
merA bhArat mahAn 
. Devanagari script usedfor Sanskrit, Hindi, and Marathi languages are supported in Baraha. Other languages such asKonkani, Sindhi and Nepali that use devanagari script, can also be used. The transliterationrules are shown below with examples.See:Transliteration Examples 
Vowel:
 
A =
a,
=
A,aa,
 C =
i,
 D =
I,ee,
 E =
u,
 F =
U,oo,
 G =
Ru,
 H =
RU,
 I =
~Lu,
 J =
~LU,
 K(Aä) =
~e,~a,
 Lã =
E,
 L =
e,
 Lå =
ai,
B =
~o,
AÉã =
O,
AÉå =
o,
AÉæ =
au,ou= ~M= M
È
= H
Consonant:
 
 
 ü =
k,
 ZÉ =
K,kh,
 aÉ =
g,
 bÉ =
G,gh,
 Xû =
~g
 É =
c,ch,
 Nû =
C,Ch,
 eÉ =
 j,
 fÉ =
J,jh,
 gÉ =
~j
 û =
T,
 Pû =
Th,
 Qû =
D,
 Rû =
Dh,
 hÉ =
N
 É =
t,
jÉ =
th,
 S =
d,
kÉ =
dh,
 lÉ =
n,
 ÄlÉ =
nx
 É =
p,
 Tü =
P,ph,
 oÉ =
b,
pÉ =
B,bh,
 qÉ =
m
 É =
y,
 U =
r,
 ÄU =
rx,
 sÉ =
l,
 Vû =
L,
 ÄVû =
Lx,
 uÉ =
v,w,
 zÉ =
S,sh,
 wÉ =
Sh,
 xÉ =
s,
 Wû =
h,~h
Others:
 
Å =
& (
avagraha 
)
Á =
oum
=
x (
nukta 
)Zero Width Joiner = ^Zero Width Non Joiner = ^^
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Extended Characters:
 The consonants with a
nukta 
(dot) under them can be obtained by using the 'x' characterfollowing the respective consonants as shown below. These characters are mainly used forwords borrowed from other languages.
Punctuation Marks:
 The English symbols
[ ] { } ( ) - + * / = | ; : . , " ? ! % \ ~ _
translate into the same symbols in Devanagari also.
Quotation Marks:
 ` ' characters are converted to single smart quotes
(` ')
characters. We can get double smartquotes
(`` '')
by using them twice.
~ Usage:
 '~' character when used with other characters form a different character as shown below.
Example:
 
 ÄMü 
= kx ---->
 WûÄMüÏÄMüiÉ =
hakxIkxat
 ÄZÉ 
= Kx ---->
 ÄZÉÑzÉ =
Kxush
 ÄaÉ 
= gx ---->
 mÉæÄaÉÉqÉ =
paigxAm
 ÄeÉ 
= z,jx ---->
 oÉÄeÉÉU =
bazAr(bajxAr)
 ÄQû 
= Dx ---->
 ÎZÉsÉÉÌÄQû =
KilADxi
 ÄRû 
= Dhx ---->
 xÉÏÄRûÏ =
sIDhxI
 ÄTü 
= f,Px --->
 MüÉÌÄTü =
kAfi(kAPxi)
 ÄrÉ 
= Y,yx
Example:
 ~~ =
~
 ~@
= @
 ~#
= #
 ~$
= $
 ~&
= &
 
 
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 When a consonant character is followed by a vowel character, it results in a live consonant.Note: Transliteration for Hindi and Marathi languages are the same. In the Hindi/Maratitransliteration, an implicit 'a' matra is assumed for the last consonant of the word. But, inSanskrit transilteraion, 'a' matra has to be explicitely specified for the last consonant of theword. Otherwise, the
halant 
sign would be used for the same. This is the only differencebetween Hindi/Marathi and Sanskrit transliteration.When two or more consecutive consonants appear in the input, they make a consonantconjunct. The last consonant takes the full form and the preceding consonants become halfconsonants.
`Wû'
consonant can be written in two ways; 'h', '~h'. If you want to use a
`Wû'
in conjunctswhere the first consonant is 'k', 'g', 't', 'd', etc, you have to use '~h' instead of of 'h'.~^
= ^
 ~g
= Xû 
 ~j
= gÉ 
 ~h
= Wû 
 ~e
= K 
 ~o
= B 
 ~M
= Æ 
 
Example
 ka kA ki kI ku kU kRu kRU klRu klRU k~e ke kE kai k~o ko kO kau kaM kaH
 ü MüÉ ÌMü MüÐ MÑü MÔü M×ü MÚü YsÉ× YsÉÚ Mäü Måü Mãü Mæü MüÊ MüÉå MüÉã MüÉæ MÇü MüÈ
bhAShAsu mukhyA madhurA divyA gIrvANabhAratI.
pÉÉwÉÉxÉÑ qÉÑZrÉÉ qÉkÉÑUÉ ÌSurÉÉ aÉÏuÉÉïhÉpÉÉUiÉÏ.
 
Example:
 <lang=san>k,c,T,t,p -->
 Mçü,cÉç,Oèû,iÉç,mÉç 
 <lang=hin>k,c,T,t,p --> ka,ca,Ta,ta,pa -->
 Mü,cÉ,Oû,iÉ,mÉ 
 
Example:
 nyAy -
 lrÉÉrÉ 
 
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