"देवनागरी" की अवतरण में अंतर

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{{Infobox writing system
|altname name= {{lang|und-Deva|देवनागरी}}
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|altname = {{lang|und-Deva|देवनागरी}}
|sample=Chandas typeface specimen.svg
|caption=देवनागरी अच्छर (Chandas फोंट में)
|languages=[[भोजपुरी]], [[हिंदी]], [[मराठी]], [[मैथिली]], [[नेपाली]], [[नेपाल भाषा|नेवारी]], [[कोंकणी भाषा|कोंकणी]], [[बोडो भाषा|बोडो]], [[सिंधी भाषा|सिंधी]] आ [[संस्कृत]]
|time=सुरुआती चीन्हा: पहिली सदी ईस्वी,<ref name=gazett/> modernआधुनिक formरूप: 10th१०<sup>वीं</sup> centuryसदी CEईसवी<ref name="taylor2003">{{Citation | title=History of the Alphabet: Aryan Alphabets, Part 2 | author=Isaac Taylor | year=1883 | isbn=978-0-7661-5847-4 |publisher= Kegan Paul, Trench & Co | url=https://archive.org/stream/alphabet00unkngoog#page/n348/mode/2up/|page=333 | quote=''...&nbsp;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 ...''}}</ref><ref>{{Cite book| publisher = Oxford University Press| isbn = 978-0-19-509984-3| last = Salomon| first = Richard| title = Indian epigraphy: a guide to the study of inscriptions in Sanskrit, Prakrit, and the other Indo-Aryan languages| location = Oxford| series = South Asia research| date = 1998|pp=39–41}}</ref>
|region=Indiaभारत and Nepalनेपाल
|fam1=[[ब्राह्मी लिपि|ब्राह्मी]]
|fam2=[[गुप्त लिपि|गुप्त]]

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