First question

Although the manual mentions that simple numbers would create Devanagari digits, somehow it is not working for me.

The way I use it in .dn file is:

{\dn || 1-23||\\}

Then passing .dn file through pre-processor generates the corresponding section in .tex file as:

{dn .. \rn{1}{\rs -\re}\rn{23}..}

And the output in .pdf still does not have numbers in Devanagari. It looks like:


Second question

Including devanagari package, using


changes the font style of page number digits on the page of contents. What might be the reason behind this?

I tried to play around a lot to solve both the above issues, but was not able to solve them. Any help would be highly appreciated.

closed as too localized by Joseph Wright Oct 6 '12 at 21:14

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  • Thanks egreg for editing the post nicely! I did not have privileges of attaching images. – RLOA Aug 2 '12 at 9:39
  • Finally found out what was going wrong. Should use: \dnnum \rn{1} to get digit '1'. Completely my mistake to overlook this into the manual. – RLOA Aug 6 '12 at 11:29