Some short-i diacritics: Dev. ि, Gur. ਿ, Guj. િ.
Some long-i diacritics: Dev. , Gur. , Guj. .

Which is to say, short-i preceeds the consonant to which it is associated; long-i follows the consonant. The short-i sometimes goes missing altogether.

Tibbat. This detail was taken from the native postcard.

-i as long-final, similar to the Gujarati form shown above.

The independent Takri vowel, long-ī or short i. Also -u and -o.

ćiţţhī ~ letter. The short-i is not rendered explicitly in the script here, and the long-i comes in different forms.

Wazirabad. Another example showing how the short-i is not rendered in the script. The ja-element serves here for the zi.

Srī Amritsar-jī. Amritsar with honorific bracketing.

kaśmīr in the blue highlighting. Contrast the independent ī with the ligatured version following:

kaśmīr, with the -ī in ligature, more of a nagari feature.

i- as initial.

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