Pau Cin Hau

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Pau Cin Hau is the founder, and the name of a religion followed by some Tedim and Hakha Chin in the north-western part of Burma.

Pau Cin Hau was born at Lailui Khua, in the Tedim Khuapi Uksung in 1859; and lived until 1948. He started a religious movement based on the worship of a god known as Pasian.

Pau Chin Hau (script)
ISO 15924 Pauc, 263
Direction Left-to-right
Unicode alias
Pau Cin Hau
U+11AC0–U+11AFF

He also invented a script (Zotuallai or ZOTUAL LAI),[1] now called Pau Cin Hau. Today, apart from the Pau Cin Hau system, there is also a written language using the Roman alphabet.

Unicode[edit]

The Pau Cin Hau alphabet was added to the Unicode Standard in June, 2014 with the release of version 7.0.

The Unicode block for the Pau Cin Hau alphabet is U+11AC0–U+11AFF:

Pau Cin Hau[1][2]
Official Unicode Consortium code chart (PDF)
  0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
U+11ACx 𑫀 𑫁 𑫂 𑫃 𑫄 𑫅 𑫆 𑫇 𑫈 𑫉 𑫊 𑫋 𑫌 𑫍 𑫎 𑫏
U+11ADx 𑫐 𑫑 𑫒 𑫓 𑫔 𑫕 𑫖 𑫗 𑫘 𑫙 𑫚 𑫛 𑫜 𑫝 𑫞 𑫟
U+11AEx 𑫠 𑫡 𑫢 𑫣 𑫤 𑫥 𑫦 𑫧 𑫨 𑫩 𑫪 𑫫 𑫬 𑫭 𑫮 𑫯
U+11AFx 𑫰 𑫱 𑫲 𑫳 𑫴 𑫵 𑫶 𑫷 𑫸
Notes
1.^ As of Unicode version 7.0
2.^ Grey areas indicate non-assigned code points

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pandey, Anshuman (2011-04-27). "Proposal to Encode the Pau Cin Hau Alphabet in ISO/IEC10646". Retrieved 2014-07-29. 
  • Aung San Suu Kyi (1985). Let's Visit Burma. London: Burke Publishing Company. 

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