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Syloti-Nagri alphabet   
ꠍꠤꠟꠐꠤ (Syloti-Nagri)

The Syloti-Nagri alphabet is related to the Kaithi alphabet of Bihar.
The exact origins of the alphabet are unknown and the earliest surviving
manuscripts dates from either 1549 or 1774 (the date is given within
the manuscript though the text is not clear at that point).

The traditionally story of the origin of the Syloti-Nagri alphabet
is that it was developed around the beginning of the 14th century by
Saint Shahjalal and his 360 saintly companions, most of whom were Arabic
speakers. Other scripts used at the time were deemed unsuitable for
the Sylheti language.

In the late 17th century, Persian became the official language of the
Delhi Sultanate and the Perso-Arabic script was used in all official
documents. The Sylheti language and alphabet continued to be used by
the ordinary people for everyday matters.

In the 1860s, a Sylheti by the name of Moulvi Abdul Karim spent several
years in Europe and learnt the printing trade. After returning home,
he designed a woodblock type for the Syloti-Nagri alphabet and founded
the Islamia Press in Sylhet Town in about 1870. Other Sylheti presses
were established in Sunamgonj, Shillong and Calcutta. These presses
fell out of use during the early 1970s. Since then the Syloti-Nagri
alphabet has been used mainly by linguists and academics.

Notable features

  • The alphabet is written in horizontal lines from left to right,
    but Sylheti books are paginated from right to left. This means that
    the front cover of a Sylhettan book is where the back cover of an
    English book would be.
  • This is a syllabic alphabet in which consonants all have an inherent
    vowel. Other vowels are indicated with diacritics or separate letters.
    The inherent vowel can be muted with a special diacritic called a
    hasanta.
  • Vowels can be written as independent letters, or by using a variety
    of diacritical marks which are written above, below, before or after
    the consonant they belong to.
  • When consonants occur together in clusters, special conjunct letters
    are used. The letters for the consonants other than the final one
    in the group are reduced. The inherent vowel only applies to the final
    consonant.

Used to write:

Sylheti (ꠍꠤꠟꠐꠤ / • ছিলটী), an eastern Indo-Aryan language spoken by around 11 million in the Sylhet Division of Bangladesh, and in southern Assam in India. Sylheti is closely related to Bengali, and most speakers are bilingual in Sylheti and Bengali. There are also about 400,000 Sylheti speakers in the UK.

Syloti-Nagri alphabet for Sylheti

Syloti-Nagri alphabet for Sylheti

Notes

  • ꠇ and ꠈ are generally [x] but they are pronounced as [k] before and after [i] and [u] and with another [x] (as [kk]).
  • Previously aspirated consonants have a high rising tone on the vowels after them.
  • ꠙ and ꠚ are generally [], but pronounced as [p] with another [] (as [pp]).
  • Sometimes the ’ diacritic is used to show the high tone caused by previous [h] sound. Like ꠀ’ꠔ (át) “hand”, ꠙꠅ’ꠞ (foór) “light”, ꠀꠀ’ꠠ (aáṛ) “the month ashadha”.
  • In some places of Assam ৰ is used instead of র for “ro” in the Sylheti alphabet written in Bengali or Eastern Nagari script.
  • Sometimes the vowels are lengthened.
  • In some dialects, the retroflex consonants are alveolar

Bengali alphabet for Sylheti

Bengali alphabet for Sylheti

Latin alphabet for Sylheti

Latin alphabet for Sylheti

Download alphabet charts for Sylheti (Excel)

Sample text (Sylheti Nagari script)

ꠡꠛ ꠝꠣꠁꠘꠡꠞ ꠀꠎꠣꠖꠤ ꠎꠘꠝ ꠅꠄ ꠁꠎꠎꠔ ꠀꠞ ꠢꠇ ꠟꠂꠀ। ꠔꠣꠞꠣꠞ ꠢꠥꠡ ꠀꠞ ꠀꠇꠟ-ꠛꠥꠖꠗꠤ ꠀꠍꠦ ꠀꠞ ꠔꠣꠞꠣ ꠄꠇꠎꠘ ꠀꠞꠇꠎꠘꠞ ꠟꠉꠦ ꠞꠥꠢꠣꠘꠤ ꠜꠣꠁꠐ꠆ꠐꠣ ꠛꠦꠛꠢꠣꠞ ꠕꠣꠇꠔ।

Sample text (Bengali script)

শব মাইনশর আজাদি জনম ওএ ইজ্জত আর হক লৈআ। তারার হুশ আর আকল-বুদ্ধি আছে আর তারা একজন আরকজনর লগে রুহানি ভাইট্টা বেবহার থাকত।

Sample text (Latin alphabet)

Shob mainshor azadi zonmo oe izzot ar hox loia. Tarar hush ar axol-buddi ase ar tara exzon aroxzonor loge ruhani baitta bebohar taxto.

A recording of this text by Abu Saleh Mohammad Sultan

Translation

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They
are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another
in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)

Information about the Sylheti scripts and pronunciation compiled or corrected by Wolfram Siegel. Sample texts provided by Abu Saleh Mohammad Sultan.

Information about Sylheti |
Numbers |
Tower of Babel

Links

Information about Syloti-Nagri alphabet and the Sylheti language
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sylheti_Nagari
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sylheti_language
https://soasunion.org/activities/society/7438/

Syloti-Nagri fonts
http://www.sylheti.org.uk/page5.html
http://www.wazu.jp/gallery/Fonts_SylotiNagri.html

Sylheti Translation and Research – a London-based research organisation
dedicated to studying the folk literature of the Sylhet region of Bangladesh:
http://www.sylheti.org.uk

Sylhet Nagri Texts Documentation Archive
http://www.compcon-asso.in/projects/sylhet/
http://www.compcon-asso.in/projects/sylhet/manuscripts/

Bengali and Sylheti Language Services
http://www.bengaliandsylheti.com

Indo-Aryan languages

Awadhi ,
Assamese ,
Bengali ,
Bhojpuri ,
Chakma ,
Dhivehi ,
Domari ,
Fiji Hindi ,
Garhwali ,
Gujarati ,
Hajong ,
Hindi ,
Kashmiri ,
Konkani ,
Kotia ,
Kutchi ,
Magahi ,
Maithili ,
Marathi ,
Marwari ,
Modi ,
Nepali ,
Odia ,
Palula ,
Punjabi ,
Rajasthani ,
Rohingya ,
Romani ,
Saraiki ,
Sarnámi Hindustani ,
Sindhi ,
Sinhala ,
Shina ,
Sourashtra ,
Sugali ,
Sylheti ,
Torwali ,
Urdu

Languages written with the Bengali alphabet

  • Atong ,
  • Bengali ,
  • Garo ,
  • Hajong ,
  • Manipuri ,
  • Mundari ,
  • Sylheti

Also used to write: Bishnupriya, Bodo, Chakma, Chiru, Koda,
Nisi, Deori, Dimasa, Koch, Khasi, Kudmali, Tiwa,
Sauria Paharia, Miri, Chothe Naga, Thangal Naga, Moyon Naga,
Maring Naga, Rabha, Rangpuri, Santali, Sadri, Oraon Sadri,
Sulung, Panchpargania, Tippera, Kok Borok, Toto and Usui.

Syllabic alphabets / abugidas

  • Ahom ,
  • Badaga ,
  • Balinese ,
  • Batak ,
  • Baybayin (Tagalog) ,
  • Bengali ,
  • Bilang-bilang ,
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  • Fraser ,
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  • Gupta ,
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  • Lota Ende ,
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  • Modi ,
  • Mon ,
  • Mongolian Horizontal Square Script ,
  • Ojibwe ,
  • Odia ,
  • Pahawh Hmong ,
  • Pallava ,
  • Phags-pa ,
  • Ranjana ,
  • Redjang ,
  • Sasak ,
  • Satera Jontal ,
  • Shan ,
  • Sharda ,
  • Siddham ,
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  • Sinhala ,
  • Sorang Sompeng ,
  • Sourashtra ,
  • Soyombo ,
  • Sundanese ,
  • Syloti Nagri ,
  • Tagbanwa ,
  • Takri ,
  • Tamil ,
  • Telugu ,
  • Thai ,
  • Tibetan ,
  • Tigalari (Tulu) ,
  • Tikamuli ,
  • Tocharian ,
  • Tolong Siki ,
  • Varang Kshiti

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Syloti-Nagri alphabet   
ꠍꠤꠟꠐꠤ (Syloti-Nagri)

The Syloti-Nagri alphabet is related to the Kaithi alphabet of Bihar.
The exact origins of the alphabet are unknown and the earliest surviving
manuscripts dates from either 1549 or 1774 (the date is given within
the manuscript though the text is not clear at that point).

The traditionally story of the origin of the Syloti-Nagri alphabet
is that it was developed around the beginning of the 14th century by
Saint Shahjalal and his 360 saintly companions, most of whom were Arabic
speakers. Other scripts used at the time were deemed unsuitable for
the Sylheti language.

In the late 17th century, Persian became the official language of the
Delhi Sultanate and the Perso-Arabic script was used in all official
documents. The Sylheti language and alphabet continued to be used by
the ordinary people for everyday matters.

In the 1860s, a Sylheti by the name of Moulvi Abdul Karim spent several
years in Europe and learnt the printing trade. After returning home,
he designed a woodblock type for the Syloti-Nagri alphabet and founded
the Islamia Press in Sylhet Town in about 1870. Other Sylheti presses
were established in Sunamgonj, Shillong and Calcutta. These presses
fell out of use during the early 1970s. Since then the Syloti-Nagri
alphabet has been used mainly by linguists and academics.

Notable features

  • The alphabet is written in horizontal lines from left to right,
    but Sylheti books are paginated from right to left. This means that
    the front cover of a Sylhettan book is where the back cover of an
    English book would be.
  • This is a syllabic alphabet in which consonants all have an inherent
    vowel. Other vowels are indicated with diacritics or separate letters.
    The inherent vowel can be muted with a special diacritic called a
    hasanta.
  • Vowels can be written as independent letters, or by using a variety
    of diacritical marks which are written above, below, before or after
    the consonant they belong to.
  • When consonants occur together in clusters, special conjunct letters
    are used. The letters for the consonants other than the final one
    in the group are reduced. The inherent vowel only applies to the final
    consonant.

Used to write:

Sylheti (ꠍꠤꠟꠐꠤ / • ছিলটী), an eastern Indo-Aryan language spoken by around 11 million in the Sylhet Division of Bangladesh, and in southern Assam in India. Sylheti is closely related to Bengali, and most speakers are bilingual in Sylheti and Bengali. There are also about 400,000 Sylheti speakers in the UK.

Syloti-Nagri alphabet for Sylheti

Syloti-Nagri alphabet for Sylheti

Notes

  • ꠇ and ꠈ are generally [x] but they are pronounced as [k] before and after [i] and [u] and with another [x] (as [kk]).
  • Previously aspirated consonants have a high rising tone on the vowels after them.
  • ꠙ and ꠚ are generally [], but pronounced as [p] with another [] (as [pp]).
  • Sometimes the ’ diacritic is used to show the high tone caused by previous [h] sound. Like ꠀ’ꠔ (át) “hand”, ꠙꠅ’ꠞ (foór) “light”, ꠀꠀ’ꠠ (aáṛ) “the month ashadha”.
  • In some places of Assam ৰ is used instead of র for “ro” in the Sylheti alphabet written in Bengali or Eastern Nagari script.
  • Sometimes the vowels are lengthened.
  • In some dialects, the retroflex consonants are alveolar

Bengali alphabet for Sylheti

Bengali alphabet for Sylheti

Latin alphabet for Sylheti

Latin alphabet for Sylheti

Download alphabet charts for Sylheti (Excel)

Sample text (Sylheti Nagari script)

ꠡꠛ ꠝꠣꠁꠘꠡꠞ ꠀꠎꠣꠖꠤ ꠎꠘꠝ ꠅꠄ ꠁꠎꠎꠔ ꠀꠞ ꠢꠇ ꠟꠂꠀ। ꠔꠣꠞꠣꠞ ꠢꠥꠡ ꠀꠞ ꠀꠇꠟ-ꠛꠥꠖꠗꠤ ꠀꠍꠦ ꠀꠞ ꠔꠣꠞꠣ ꠄꠇꠎꠘ ꠀꠞꠇꠎꠘꠞ ꠟꠉꠦ ꠞꠥꠢꠣꠘꠤ ꠜꠣꠁꠐ꠆ꠐꠣ ꠛꠦꠛꠢꠣꠞ ꠕꠣꠇꠔ।

Sample text (Bengali script)

শব মাইনশর আজাদি জনম ওএ ইজ্জত আর হক লৈআ। তারার হুশ আর আকল-বুদ্ধি আছে আর তারা একজন আরকজনর লগে রুহানি ভাইট্টা বেবহার থাকত।

Sample text (Latin alphabet)

Shob mainshor azadi zonmo oe izzot ar hox loia. Tarar hush ar axol-buddi ase ar tara exzon aroxzonor loge ruhani baitta bebohar taxto.

A recording of this text by Abu Saleh Mohammad Sultan

Translation

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They
are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another
in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)

Information about the Sylheti scripts and pronunciation compiled or corrected by Wolfram Siegel. Sample texts provided by Abu Saleh Mohammad Sultan.

Information about Sylheti |
Numbers |
Tower of Babel

Links

Information about Syloti-Nagri alphabet and the Sylheti language
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sylheti_Nagari
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sylheti_language
https://soasunion.org/activities/society/7438/

Syloti-Nagri fonts
http://www.sylheti.org.uk/page5.html
http://www.wazu.jp/gallery/Fonts_SylotiNagri.html

Sylheti Translation and Research – a London-based research organisation
dedicated to studying the folk literature of the Sylhet region of Bangladesh:
http://www.sylheti.org.uk

Sylhet Nagri Texts Documentation Archive
http://www.compcon-asso.in/projects/sylhet/
http://www.compcon-asso.in/projects/sylhet/manuscripts/

Bengali and Sylheti Language Services
http://www.bengaliandsylheti.com

Indo-Aryan languages

Awadhi ,
Assamese ,
Bengali ,
Bhojpuri ,
Chakma ,
Dhivehi ,
Domari ,
Fiji Hindi ,
Garhwali ,
Gujarati ,
Hajong ,
Hindi ,
Kashmiri ,
Konkani ,
Kotia ,
Kutchi ,
Magahi ,
Maithili ,
Marathi ,
Marwari ,
Modi ,
Nepali ,
Odia ,
Palula ,
Punjabi ,
Rajasthani ,
Rohingya ,
Romani ,
Saraiki ,
Sarnámi Hindustani ,
Sindhi ,
Sinhala ,
Shina ,
Sourashtra ,
Sugali ,
Sylheti ,
Torwali ,
Urdu

Languages written with the Bengali alphabet

  • Atong ,
  • Bengali ,
  • Garo ,
  • Hajong ,
  • Manipuri ,
  • Mundari ,
  • Sylheti

Also used to write: Bishnupriya, Bodo, Chakma, Chiru, Koda,
Nisi, Deori, Dimasa, Koch, Khasi, Kudmali, Tiwa,
Sauria Paharia, Miri, Chothe Naga, Thangal Naga, Moyon Naga,
Maring Naga, Rabha, Rangpuri, Santali, Sadri, Oraon Sadri,
Sulung, Panchpargania, Tippera, Kok Borok, Toto and Usui.

Syllabic alphabets / abugidas

  • Ahom ,
  • Badaga ,
  • Balinese ,
  • Batak ,
  • Baybayin (Tagalog) ,
  • Bengali ,
  • Bilang-bilang ,
  • Bima ,
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