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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Gupta_scriptGupta script - Wikipedia

    The Gupta script was descended from the Ashokan Brāhmī script, and is a crucial link between Brahmi and most other Brahmic scripts, a family of alphasyllabaries or abugidas. This means that while only consonantal phonemes have distinct symbols, vowels are marked by diacritics, with /a/ being the implied pronunciation when the diacritic is not ...

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Tamil_scriptTamil script - Wikipedia

    The script used by such inscriptions is commonly known as the Tamil-Brahmi or "Tamili script" and differs in many ways from standard Ashokan Brahmi. For example, early Tamil-Brahmi, unlike Ashokan Brahmi, had a system to distinguish between pure consonants ( m , in this example) and consonants with an inherent vowel ( ma , in this example).

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