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Monday 2 July 2007

Day 3 - Learning Malayalam Language(Modus-Operandi2)

Sorry Folks, I couldn't post new articles in the last weeks of prev Month, as my internet connection wasnt working up to the mark.
Lets finish consonants.

Row3
ട ഠ ഡ ഢ ണ (Tta Ttha Dda Ddha Nna)

(Tta)
Simply S !
(Ttha)
Simply Letter 'O' !
(Dda)
Write 'n' and smooth curvy 'w' together. 'w' starts from the right leg of 'n'.
(Nna)
Write (Nja), but the Ta()in the Nja() is replaced by na().


Row4
ത ഥ ദ ധ ന (Ta Tha Da Dha Na)

(Ta) and (Na)
Letters revisited!
(Tha)
Write L, with little bigger horizontal line. take the leg and take it to left as in the letter.
(Da)
write the usual Rra() but replace the right left with 3.
Also u can say it is hriswa 'इkar' attached to letter 3(Oo of Hindi)
(Na)
simply smooth curvy w or rotate Na() by 180deg.
Row5
പ ഫ ബ ഭ മ (Pa Pha Ba Bha Ma)

(Pa)
Similar to Va(), but with a longer horizonatl line
(Pha)
Similar to Pa, but the leg is reconnected to base line '_' like a hindi 'इkar'.
(Ba)
This is what u get when left leg knotted Rra() is joined to Va()
(Bha)
write hindi 'इkar' to S or to Tta()
(Ma)
first write Rra(), then join both legs with a base line '_' followed by a slant line( acute angled)from first leg to upper part of right leg.
Row6 n Row7

They were easier now as i had been practising and accustommed to above letters. hence i am not posting about them



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