Remember that NAVLIPI is a phonemic orthography and universal orthography, a phonemic alphabet and universal script; it uses the Latin alphabet as used for English, but with the letters used more phonetically, in their original phonetic sense in Latin or as in modern Spanish, rather than the most-unphonetic English! Also note that NAVLIPI, attempting to be a universal alphabet, does use and distinguish between upper-case (capital) letters and lower case (small) letters, unlike most of the Indian alphabets, which do not.
In attempting to be a true world alphabet, a world orthography, NAVLIPI addresses non-vowels in very diverse languages, as the following illustrate:
As a phonemic script, a phonemic alphabet, NAVLIPI handles phonemes in very different languages in a simple way. Some examples from diverse languages: