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Devanagari script in org-table

This is not a answer to the original question, but a response to the comment https://emacs.stackexchange.com/a/71562/31220. FWIW, the answer is in https://emacs.stackexchange.com/a/71569/31220. PS: I ...
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Devanagari script in org-table

However, if I try to do the same with Devanagari script (itrans inscript), table columns don't get aligned properly. Use valign from GNU ELPA. From the blurb This package provides visual alignment ...
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Devanagari script in org-table

This may not be exactly an answer. And its an acquired taste. I write my files in roman thus | ka | kha | ga | gha | ~Na | | cha | chha | ja | jha | ~na | | Ta | Tha | Da | Dha | Na | | ta | tha ...
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Devanagari script in org-table

Here's one recipe for getting fixed-width Devanagari glyphs (with limitations): download a fixed-width Devanagari font: I found one here. assuming you are on Linux, create a /usr/share/fonts/monotty ...
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Devanagari script in org-table

You need to find a fixed–pitch Devanagari font where the Devanagari glyphs are exactly the same width as the glyphs for ASCII characters.
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