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  1. Malayalam script (Malayāḷalipi; IPA: [mɐlɐjäːɭɐ libi] / Malayalam: മലയാളലിപി) is a Brahmic script used commonly to write Malayalam, which is the principal language of Kerala, India, spoken by 45 million people in the world.

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

    The Western Cham people are mostly Muslim and therefore prefer the Arabic script. The Eastern Cham are mostly Hindu and continued to use the Indic script. During French colonial times, both groups had to use the Latin alphabet. [citation needed] There are two varieties of the Cham script: Akhar Thrah (Eastern Cham) and Akhar Srak (Western Cham ...

  3. Jul 11, 2003 · The ambahan are usually sang or chanted accompanied by guitars, fiddles, flutes or jew’s harps. Only the Hanunoo of southeastern Mindoro and the Buhid on the south of Bongabon River actually use this type of script (although there is a second type of script unknown to these two groups that is used by the Buhid along the Tangon River).

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