Devanagari (देवनागरी), also called Nagari is a base language of the Nepal and India. Like most commoon Language it is written from left to right, does not have distinct letter cases, and is recognisable by a horizontal line that runs along the top of full letter. Devanagari is commonly used script for wrigin Sanskrit, Hindi, Nepali, Marathi, and Maithaili. It was also formaerly used to write Gujarati and because it is the standardised script for the Hindi, Nepali, Marathi, Devanagari has become one of the mose used and adopted writing system in the world.
To practise writing Devanagari it is best to use lined paper and to write on alternate lines. Note the following points
The sound system (phonology) of modern spoken Hindi can be represented in a number of different scripts including Devanagari. In English Devanagari is often called a syllabary, rather than an alphabet, because each Devanagari character normally represents a consonant and a vowel combination or a vowel on its own. Devanagari consonants are normally considered to have a basic form which consists of a consonant pronounced with an inherent ‘a’ sound similar to the vowel sound in the English words but or son.
In other words each Devanagari character normally represents a complete syllable. Devanagari is relatively easy to learn because it is largely phonetic, that is to say that mostly the script is a representation of the actual sounds.