It’s fun if you know how to read and write Devanagari letters because it helps in the study of Yoga, meditation, mantra, and even in travel if you are not from India.
Please note that there is a dot underneath it according the pronunciation scheme. If you know the transliteration followed for Sanskrit, the pronunciation position for this letter is 3rd.
It’s the 21st consonant of Devanagari alphabet. It has a hard sound and is very close the sound of ‘T’ in English itself. But it is always good if you practice some Indian words to get the clarity of its sound.
To draw this letter, join ‘T’ with ‘C’ of English. There is no other addition or change that you need to make.
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