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I am writing a small part of my code.

\documentclass {article}

\usepackage{devanagari}

\begin{document}

{\dn gunottar ani praman}

\end{document}

This does not yield me the required output.

What is the solution to this problem?

edit: Texlive 2012 pdflatex produces

enter image description here

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I ran your example in TeXLive 2012 pdflatex and got the image I'll add to your question (as I can't add it here so easily) is that the correct output? –  David Carlisle Nov 16 '12 at 12:56
    
i did the same as david did, and authentic-looking devanagari (i don't know the script). are any errors reported when you process your document, such as failure to find the package or the requisite font? –  wasteofspace Nov 16 '12 at 12:59

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Save the test file as

test.dn

and run on it the devnag program:

devnag test.dn

This will produce a test.tex file

\def\DevnagVersion{2.15}\documentclass {article}

\usepackage{devanagari}

\begin{document}

{\dn \7{g}no\381w\qq{r} aEn \3FEwm\qq{n}}

\end{document}

that you can run pdflatex on getting what I assume is correct output (but I don't read Devanagari)

enter image description here

The devnag test step must be made every time you modify the test.dn file, before doing

pdflatex test
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