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Arabikkhara (اَرَبِخَّرَ)

Arabikkha was invented by Jirakit Meathanavanon when he noticed that there were no adaptations of the Arabic alphabet for Pali and Sanskrit on Omniglot yet. It is designed so that each sound of Pali and Sanskrit is represented by one letter.

Arabikkhara alphabet

Arabikkhara alphabet

Consonants

Arabikkhara consonants

Notes

Vowels

Arabikkhara vowels

Notes

The letters كعُ عُ عِ كعِ are only occur in closed syllables

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Sample text in Pali

مَنعُوْپُبًّقَمَا ذَمَّا ، مَنعُوْسعِڟَّا مَنعُوْمَيَا ؛ مَنَسَا جعِيْ پَدُڟَّعِيْنَ ، ڤَاسَتِ وَا كَرعُوْتِ وَا ، تَتعُوْ نً دُخَّمَنوعِيْتِ ، جَكًّ وَ وَحَتعُوْ پَدً.

Transliteration

manopubbaṅgamā dhammā, manoseṭṭhā manomaya, manasā ce padaṭṭena, bhāsati vā karoti vā, tato naṃ dukkhamanuveti, cakkaṃ va vahato padaṃ.

Translation

Realities have mind as forerunner, have mind as chief, are formed of mind.
If, with a mind corrupted, one speaks or acts,
because of that, suffering follows him,
just as a wheel the foot of the ox pulling the cart.

Sample text in Sanskrit

سَروعَيْ مَانَوَاة زَنمَنَا سوَتَنترَاة وَيْيَكتِكَقَوْرَوعِيْڹَ اَذِكَارعِيْڹَ جَ تُليَاة عِيْوَ ، سَروعِيصَي وِوعِيْكَة آتمَسَكصِي جَ وَرتَتعِيْ ، سَروعِيْ پَرَسپَرَں ڤرَاتعَرْڤَاوعِيْنَ ويَوَحَرعِيْيُة.

Transliteration

Sarvē mānavāḥ janmanā svatantrāḥ vaiyaktikagauravēṇa adhikārēṇa ca tulyāḥ ēva, sarvēṣāṃ vivēkaḥ ātmasākṣī ca vartatē, sarvē parasparaṃ bhrātṛbhāvēna vyavaharēyuḥ.

Translation

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)

Information about Sanskrit | Phrases | Tower of Babel

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