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The project attempts to combine latin and devanāgarī scripts in creating a better understanding of the nuances in indic languages. The superimposition of the two scripts allows the reader to comprehend the pronunciation of some characters. Though, this type treatment will not make learning the language simpler, it attempts to ease the way one would pronounce words.

The project was undertaken as an inter-community communication exercise while pursuing my Masters in Communication Design.

Date: 2015
Services: Typography, Print

English uses the latin script and the vast majority of north Indian languages use the devanagari script. While the latter contains 40 consonants and 12 vowels, the former consists of just 20 vowels and 24 consonant sounds.