Chakma Unicode Font

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Chakma
Type
Languages Chakma language
Parent systems
ISO 15924 Cakm, 349
Direction Left-to-right
Unicode alias
Chakma
U+11100–U+1114F
Chakma script

The Chakma alphabet (Ajhā pāṭh), also called Ojhapath, Ojhopath, Aaojhapath, is an abugida used for the Chakma language and which is being adapted for the Tanchangya language.[1] The forms of the letters are quite similar to those of the Burmese script.

Everson, Michael; Hosken, Martin (August 13, 2009). "Proposal for encoding the Chakma script in the UCS". The script is included in Unicode version 6.1.0.[1] “Version 6.1 of the Unicode Standard continues the Unicode Consortium's long-term commitment to support the full diversity of languages around the world.”* Among others Chakma script have been added (11100..1114F). The standard is not enough—people need the font to write. First Chakma Unicode released by Rebeng IT Solution Ltd. RibengUni font, see: http://uni.hilledu.com/download-ribenguni/, designed by Bivuti Chakma (Suz Moriz) & Jyoti Chakma a [Bangladesh] with assistance of Jan Żurawski [Poland]. The font is released under SIL Open Font License. Latin part is adopted from the other OFLicensed font released recently. The script is included in Unicode version 6.1.0.[1][2] A Chakma Unicode Font was developed and released in 6 October 2012.

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Download RibengUni Chakma Font and Keyboard Layout Software (Free Download):- http://uni.hilledu.com/download-ribenguni/

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Everson, Michael; Hosken, Martin (August 13, 2009). "Proposal for encoding the Chakma script in the UCS". The Unicode Consortium. 

Uni.hilledu.com

Bibliography[edit]

  • Cāṅmā, Cirajyoti and Maṅgal Cāṅgmā. 1982. Cāṅmār āg pudhi (Chakma primer). Rāṅamāṭi:Cāṅmābhāṣā Prakāśanā Pariṣad.
  • Khisa, Bhagadatta. 2001. Cāṅmā pattham pāt (Chakma primer.) Rāṅamāṭi: Tribal Cultural Institute(TCI).
  • Singā. 2004. Phagadāṅ

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