Baňla Rọman Lipi is a way to write Bengali with the Latin alphabet developed by Fardin Fahim. The aim was to make it easier for diaspora Bengali communities in the West to learn Bengali, especially younger people, who might find it hard to learn the original Bengali alphabet. This alphabet could therefore help to generate interest in the language, and be considered a stepping stone towards mastering the original alphabet.
Somosto manux sadhìnvabe soman morzada eboň odhikar niye jonmogrohoń kore. Tader bibek eboň buddhi ache; Sutoraň sokoleri eke oporer proti vratryttosulov monọvab niye acoroń kora ucit.
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