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ITRANS quick help

(Source: http://www.aczoom.com/itrans/#itransencoding)

This section describes the ITRANS encoding, for Devanagari. This is the basic encoding used for all Indic language scripts.

  Vowels (dependent and independent):
  -------
  a     aa / A       i      ii / I       u     uu / U
  RRi / R^i    RRI / R^I    LLi / L^i    LLI / L^I
  e     ai     o     au     aM    aH

  Consonants:
  -----------
  k     kh     g     gh     ~N
  ch    Ch     j     jh     ~n
  T     Th     D     Dh     N
  t     th     d     dh     n
  p     ph     b     bh     m
  y     r      l     v / w
  sh    Sh     s     h      L
  x / kSh     GY / j~n / dny     shr
  R (for marathi half-RA)
  L / ld (marathi LLA)
  Y (bengali)

  Consonants with a nukta (dot) under them (mainly for Urdu devanagari):
  -----------------------------------------
  k  with a dot:      q
  kh with a dot:      K
  g  with a dot:      G
  j  with a dot:      z / J
  p  with a dot:      f
  D  with a dot:      .D
  Dh with a dot:      .Dh

  Specials/Accents:
  -----------------
  Anusvara:       .n / M / .m  (dot on top of previous consonant/vowel)
  Avagraha:       .a    (`S' like symbol basically to replace a after o)
  Ardhachandra:   .c    (for vowel sound as in english words `cat' or `talk')
  Chandra-Bindu:  .N    (chandra-bindu on top of previous letter)
  Halant:               .h    (to get half-form of the consonant - no vowel - virama)
  Visarga:        H     (visarga - looks like a colon character)
  Om:           OM, AUM (Om symbol)


  [As shown, many codes have multiple choices, example "RRi / R^i" implies you
   can use either "RRi" or "R^i"]