If any regional language writer has not been able to write good computerised scripts, most probably the reason behind is unavailability of a font style. Majority of us have struggled with our Hindi assignments during our school days. Krutidev and Drishti font styles remain our closest friends. While many of us still struggle to memorise which alphabets represent which ‘akshar’ in Hindi, a new computerised keyboard have put our nightmares to rest.
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‘Ka-Naada’ is a unique patented keyboard layout design for Indic languages used in keyboards for language education using computer aided teaching for India, Nepal. Sri Lanka, Myanmar and Thailand.
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