Balin-Silel is a constructed script invented by Aayush Chaturvedi in November 2014 to write his conlang by the same name. 'Balin-Silel' means 'refined or purified language'. He was working on it since mid-2013. He was inspired by various languages around the world. He nearly studied all the main writing systems of the world and finally chose abugida for his conlang. The writing direction was inspired by Mongolian while the diacritic system was inspired by Arabic. Aayush included all the sounds he could speak in his conlang.
Zhishvensedang kani(dn)e vasaqule terhi zafmwihenawn seroskhu(bm)e. Zhingaf enon tamaveljannesga(bm) vat darebawazi zahenon tayaqe zhvenaftakye avyahemonemone.
ʒiʃveﬞ̞ʂɛd̪aŋg kɶn̪i(d̪n̪)ə vaθaqulə t̪ɛɻɦi zɶɸmʋiɦe̞n̪ɶʋﬞ ʂəɾɒʂkɦu(bm)ə. ʒiŋgaɸ e̞ŋɵﬞ t̪ɶmɶvəʎɟɶn̪n̪əsɣɶ(bm) vat̪ ɖaɾe̞bɶʋaɮi zɶɦe̞ŋɵﬞ t̪ɶjɶqə ʒve̞n̪ɶft̪ɶkjə avjɶɦəmɵn̪e̞mɵn̪e̞.
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)
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