The visarga ( Sanskrit: विसर्ग ) is a sign of Indian scriptures. In appearance the visarga similar in most Indian scriptures a western colon.

In Sanskrit, represents the visarga a auslautendes unvoiced H after a vowel dar. It is found almost exclusively at the end of a word and is always written after the vowel, or in the case of the inherent vowel also behind the consonants. In the transliteration of the visarga is reproduced with the letter h.

Display on the computer

The visarga of Devanagari is coded to the code point U 0903. The Visargas the other Indian scriptures are usually each 0x80 Make coded afterwards.

  • Diacritic