he orthography of this content mirrors the way to express the language. In contrast to the Latin letter set, the content has no understanding of letter case. It is composed from left to right, has a solid inclination for even adjusted shapes inside squared blueprints, and is unmistakable by a level line, known as a shirorekhā, that runs along the highest point of full letters. In a superficial look, the Devanagari script seems not the same as other Indic scripts like Bengali-Assamese, Odia or Gurmukhi, however a nearer assessment uncovers they are practically the same aside from points and primary accentuation.
Among the dialects utilizing it – as either their solitary content or one of their contents – are Marathi, Pāḷi, Sanskrit (the old Nagari script for Sanskrit had two extra consonantal characters), Hindi, Nepali, Sherpa, Prakrit, Apabhramsha, Awadhi, Bhojpuri, Braj Bhasha,Chhattisgarhi, Haryanvi, Magahi, Nagpuri, Rajasthani, Bhili, Dogri, Maithili, Kashmiri, Konkani, Sindhi, Bodo, Nepalbhasa, Mundari and Santali. The Devanagari script is firmly identified with the Nandinagari script normally found in various old original copies of South India, and it is indirectly identified with various southeast Asian contents.