The Sourashtra alphabet was developed towards the end of the 19th century. A number of Sourashtra letters a similar to letters in the Oriya and Gujarati alphabets. Sourashtra has also been written with Telugu and Devanagari alphabets but is usually written with a slightly modified version of the Tamil alphabet.
Sourashtra (ꢱꣃꢬꢵꢰ꣄ꢜ꣄ꢬꢵ), an Indo-Aryan language closely related to Gujarati and spoken by about 310,000 people in southern Indian states of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, and Andhra Pradesh, particularly in Salem, Thanjavur, and Madurai cities.
Upamanyu - a blog about Sourashtra language and literature
Recording in Sourashtra
Information about the Sourashtra alphabet (in PDF format)
Vishwa Sourashtram - First International Journal in Sourashtra
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