Saturday, April 22, 2006

sanskrit transliteration at a glance

This chart shows the letters of the Devanagari script used to write Sanskrit, their unicode values, and their equivalents in three of the most commonly used transliteration schemes. The reverse transliteration concept is explored. A comparison is made between IAST (International Alphabet for Sanskrit Transliteration), plain latin letters, ITRANS, and Harvard Kyoto systems of encoding. Also, visit Alan littleā€™s main page, yoga and photography by alan little and read his Indian diary with rare photographs.

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