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Hindi alphabet and characters
The Hindi alphabet should display only the following characters. If your document is not showing correctly, then first check that the encoding for that program and font supports Hindi.
Hindi grammar rules
Hindi is a highly inflected language, which utilizes prefixes and suffixes to form words and to express grammatical relations.
Nouns have singular and plural forms. There is masculine and feminine gender. There are three cases: direct (nominative), oblique, and vocative. There are four declensions.
Hindi formatting rules
|Short date format||DD/MM/YY|
|Long date format||dd/MM/YYYY|
|Date Format for Correspondence||DD Month YYYY|
|e.g. 17 भाचि 2016|
Numbers and measurements
Hindi capitalisation usage
Use of capitalisation:
This section does not apply to Hindi.
Solutions for Hindi
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