[ naɡˈɑːɹi skɹˈɪpt], [ naɡˈɑːɹi skɹˈɪpt], [ n_a_ɡ_ˈɑː_ɹ_i s_k_ɹ_ˈɪ_p_t]
How to use "Nagari script" in context?
Nagari Script (Ã Â¤Â¨Ã Â¤Â¾Ã Â¤â€”Ã Â¤Â°Ã Â¥â‚¬ Ã Â¤Â¸Ã Â¤â€šÃ Â¤ÂµÃ Â¥â€¡Ã Â¤Â¦) is an abugida of the Brahmic family of scripts traditionally used in the Indian subcontinent. It was formerly used to write the Hindi, Marathi and other Maratha languages, as well as Nepali. It was also used in Kandahari Prakrit, which was used in Central, Eastern and Southern India by merchants and travellers.
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