Cursive writing in India is different from western countries. The letter formation and shape of letters is a bit different.
- Lowercase letter “q” in the small case has an angled curve in the lower half, instead of a looped curve
- Another lowercase letter “x” forms as flipped half-circles, instead of having a slant line
- Capital letter A also has an angled curve in the upper half, whereas it appears to be an enlarged small case “a” for others
- The letters “F” and “T” are written differently
See the alphabet sheet below. Though we call it the “Indian” style, it is also used and followed in other countries.
Download Cursive Alphabet for Quick Practice Worksheet [ PDF – 2 Pages – 430KB ]
- cursive strokes
- writing small case letters
- writing capital case letters
- connecting letters
- 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 letter words in cursive
- simple and regular sentences
- simple and regular paragraphs
- writing on 4-lined, 2-lined, and 1-lined paper.