Learning how to write Devanagari script letters from English is a fun way of learning the language.
This time, we are going to learn the 13th consonant of Devanagari script which is used in Hindi, Sanskrit, and Marathi languages.
Its pronunciation point is 3rd in the mouth cavity and is one of the most difficult to pronounce when it comes to Indian languages.
So, when you pick up the English ‘T’ and join it with ‘S’, you get the Devanagari consonant ड.
Be careful about the dot underneath the ‘D’ when it comes to transliteration.
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