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  1. Kannada is one of the six languages designated in India as Classical Languages, earning this classification along with Telugu in 2008. The writing system of Kannada is the Kannada script. It is one of many scripts derived from the ancient Brahmi system, and is particularly similar to Telugu. Kannada is an abugida, and unlike alphabets such as ...

  2. Kannada is written in "Kannada" script which has its roots in "Brahmi" script. Kannada alphabet uses 49 phonemic letters, divided into three groups - 13 vowels (swaragalu), 34 consonants (vyanjanagalu), and yogavaahakagalu (neither vowel nor consonant - two letters: anusvara ಂ and visarga ಃ).

  3. The Adobe Kannada typeface was designed by Erin McLaughlin, with Brahmic script expert Fiona Ross consulting on the design. This type family was designed to harmonize with Adobe’s other Brahmic fonts, both in terms of apparent size and style, to ensure that this suite of typeface families can be typeset together as a system.

  4. Kannada is the second-oldest of the four major Dravidian languages with a literary tradition, behind Tamil. The oldest Kannada inscription, which dates from around 450 CE, was unearthed in the small town of Halmidi. The Kannada script arose from the Ashokan Brahmi script's southern variants.

  5. We hope to create an environment, where Kannada language and culture are valued and a sustainable community is created. We want to promote a supportive environment that enables the student to attain sufficient learning in Kannada language. We strive to create a program which is focused and instructive, while at the same time being energetic and ...

  6. The Mon-Burmese script (မွန်မြန်မာအက္ခရာ)(listen (help · info) Mon: အက္ခရ်မန်ဗၟာ) (also called the Mon script, Old Mon script and Burmese script) is an abugida that derives from the Pallava Grantha script of southern India and later of Southeast Asia.

  7. Malayalam is also regularly written with a version of the Arabic script by Muslims in Singapore and Malaysia, and occasionally by Muslims in Kerala. Christians in Kerala used to write Malayalam with the Syriac script and use a variety of Malayalam known as Suriyani Malayalam in their liturgy. Notable features

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