The Koch script (Koch Mukh) was developed by Day Chand Rangag in 2021 as a way to write Koch, a Sal language spoken in mainly northeastern India, and also in Bangladesh. It is currently used by only a few people. Koch is usually written with the Assamese alphabet, or with the Latin alphabet.
Kaanflaang aataap maaraabãn gãksãn jãdãm rakwangsaak laaimãn janam laaʼa. Anngi shungchung dãmlung tooyaa. U'naan aataapãn nãni ãni piraay kaanchi gãksãn shubha laaimãn lãtprãt nigaa.
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