Some ga comparative forms: Dev. , Gur. , Guj. .

Gilgit in the upper line. This image is a restrike of the Native duplex by Staal and Sharma 1981. The type is attested only from Leh.

Lower line: The ga is rendered by the pair of vertical strokes here in lagā-hu'a ~ attached, thus “stamped.” The lengthening of the ga vowel is indicated by the v-shaped diacritic attached to the final element ha. The upper line is often ţikaţ ~ stamp, but perhaps not here by virtue of the downward stroke on the final.

Gulmarg. The Dogri numerals “4 1” are here uninterpreted.


Some gha comparative forms: Dev. , Gur. , Guj. .

Example of the gh in maghar.

maghar 3 and magar 5 in two different spellings. The postmark on left is Jammu, on right Srinagar.

maghar aţh ~ 8 maghar in the lower line. This image is a restrike of the Gilgit Native duplex by Staal and Sharma 1981.

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