The Burmese alphabet was derived from the Pyu script, the Old Mon script, or directly from a South Indian script,  either the Kadamba or Pallava alphabet.  The earliest evidence of the Burmese alphabet is dated to 1035, while a casting made in the 18th century of an old stone inscription points to 984. 
Burmese ( Burmese: မြန်မာဘာသာစကား; MLCTS: mranmabhasa ) is a Sino-Tibetan language spoken in Myanmar (also known as Burma), where it is an official language, lingua franca, and the native language of the Burmans, the country's principal ethnic group.
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Jan 21, 2021 · Burmese is the official language of Burma and is spoken by approximately 40 million people across the globe. Adapted from a southern Indian script over one thousand years ago, the Burmese script has a notably round appearance and a fascinating origin.
The origin of Burmese alphabet. This is the Pallava script on which many Southeast Asian scripts (Burmese, Thai, Cambodian, Javanese, etc) are based. The Pallava dynasty ruled much of southern India from the 3rd to 9th centuries.
Burmish is a way to write English using the Burmese script invented by Marc Harder after being fascinated by the shapes of the letters. The letters of the script can be broken down into four categories; onset consonant letters, vowel diacritics, coda consonant diacritics, and "other", which affect the syllable structure in different ways. Burmish
Sep 8, 2023 · The earliest extant Burmese writing dates from the middle of the 11th century and is written in an alphabet derived from that of the Pāli language of India and Ceylon. Old Burmese, the language of these writings, is not as conservative as Old Tibetan, to which it is related.