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Languages Hindi, Punjabi, and Marwari
Parent systems
ISO 15924 Mahj, 314
Direction Left-to-right
Unicode alias
[a] The Semitic origin of the Brahmic scripts is not universally agreed upon.

Mahajani is a Laṇḍā mercantile script that was historically used in northern India for writing accounts and financial records in Hindi, Punjabi, and Marwari.[1] It is a Brahmic script and is written left-to-right.

Mahajani Script Chart.


Mahajani script was added to the Unicode Standard in June 2014 with the release of version 7.0.

The Unicode block for Mahajani is U+11150–U+1117F:

Official Unicode Consortium code chart (PDF)
  0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
U+1115x 𑅐 𑅑 𑅒 𑅓 𑅔 𑅕 𑅖 𑅗 𑅘 𑅙 𑅚 𑅛 𑅜 𑅝 𑅞 𑅟
U+1116x 𑅠 𑅡 𑅢 𑅣 𑅤 𑅥 𑅦 𑅧 𑅨 𑅩 𑅪 𑅫 𑅬 𑅭 𑅮 𑅯
U+1117x 𑅰 𑅱 𑅲 𑅳 𑅴 𑅵 𑅶
1.^ As of Unicode version 7.0
2.^ Grey areas indicate non-assigned code points


  1. ^ Pandey, Anshuman. "N4126: Proposal to Encode the Mahajani Script in ISO/IEC 10646". Retrieved 3 July 2014.