akSarAH    akSarAH

The akSarAH was invented by Aniruddha Basu in 1998 and was inspired the Brahmic scripts. Unlike such scripts, akSarAH vowels are written with individual letters while consonant are written with diacritics.

Notable features

  • Type of writing system: alpha-syllabary
  • Direction of writing: left to right in horizontal lines.
  • Used to write: virtually any language written with scripts descended from the Brahmi script, including Sanskrit, Hindi, Bengali and Punjabi.

akSarAH

Vowels

akSarAH vowels

Other akSarAH symbols

Consonants

akSarAH consonants

akSarAH consonants

Examples of usage

Syllable formation

akSarAH symbol formation

Word formation

akSarAH word formation

Sample text

Sample text in akSarAH

Transliteration

Sarvē mānavāḥ svatantratāḥ samutpannāḥ vartantē api ca, gauravadr̥śā adhikāradr̥śā ca samānāḥ ēva vartantē.

Translation

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Part of Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)

If you have any questions about the akSarAH script, you can contact Aniruddha at: einrud@yahoo.com

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