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The AUM ligature

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Hello, again. After some googling, I'm also curious about the chandrabindu or moon-dot- ँ which seems to be used above the auM ligature instead of an anusvara.


What's the difference between a chandrabindu and an anusvara? I know that they sound the same and that the chandrabindu is used for bijas in mantra, but that's it.

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