Numerology information Nagari:

numerologyName Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear


Songs about Nagari:

songsNagari by Solace from the Album Nagari

songsAke Maya Ke Nagari Me by Mishri Lal from the Album Kahiya Bhejab Doliya Kahar

songsAsho Baba Ke Nagari Chali by Khusboo Uttam, Krishna Saravjeet Singh from the Album Aail Ba Bolawa Shiv Ke

songsAvadh Puri Ya Mathura Nagari by Taurun Bathre from the Album Sai Jogi Aaya

songsAyodhya Nagari Rehvo by Sharda Suthar Pravin Goswami from the Album Araj Sambhalo Guruji

songsBadi Dur Nagari by Appu from the Album Harino Marag Part 7

songsBhola Baba Baso Mori Nagari by Anand Balroop from the Album Lajawab Baithak Gana, Vol. 1


Books about Nagari:

booksSakuntala: a Sanskrit drama, in seven acts, by Kalidasa The Deva-Nagari recension of the text, edited with literal... by Kalidasa and Monier Williams (Mar 18, 2014)

booksPolitical and Legal Transformations of an Indonesian Polity: The Nagari from Colonisation to Decentralisation... by Franz von Benda-Beckmann and Keebet von Benda-Beckmann (Sep 23, 2013)

booksAndher Nagari and Other Stories (5 in 1) by Anant Pai (Jan 10, 2010)

booksविक्रांत और शोलों की नगरी (Hindi Novel): Vikrant Aur Sholo Ki Nagari (Hindi Novel) by ओम प्रकाश शर्मा (Dec 21, 2013)

booksAndher Nagari by Shwetha E. George (Dec 29, 2013)

booksDamara Tantra (Text in Nagari Script with an English Translation) by Ram Kumar Rai (2004)

booksSakuntala, a Sanskrit Drama, in Seven Acts. the Deva-Nagari Recension of the Text, Ed. With Literal English Translations... by Kalidasa (Jan 10, 2012)


Wiki information Nagari:

Abugida, Language Writing System

Devanagari, also called Nagari, is an abugida alphabet of India and Nepal. 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 letters. Since the 19th...

Nāgarī script
Abugida, Language Writing System

The Nāgarī script is the ancestor of Devanagari and other variants, and was first used to write Prakrit and Sanskrit. It was in vogue from before the 10th century. The Nāgarī script appeared in ancient India around the 8th century CE as an central-...