Latin Sindhi is a way to write the Sindhi language with the Latin alphabet devised by Fahad Maqsood Qazi. The letters are taken from English and from Romanized versions of Arabic. Sindhi is normally written with the Devanagari alphabet in India, and with the Perso-Arabic script in Pakistan. This makes it difficult for Sindhi speakers in these countries to read and understand each other's texts. This script would enable them to communicate in writing.
Har insãn ãzãd pedã ẗhiyo ãhe aen pehenje hakka aen wakkãr lãe hoo barãbar jo hakdãr ãhe. Hunna khe ẗark aen çeẗnã jë ẗãkaẗ milë ãhe. Aen hunna khe hik b́e je lãe bhãëçãre jë bhãwnã sãn kam karaň khape.
هر انسان آزاد پيدا ٿيو آهي ۽ پنهنجي حق ۽ وقار لاءِ هو برابر جو حقدار آهي. هن کي طرڪ ۽ چيتنا جي طاقت ملي آهي ۽ هن کي هڪ ٻي جي لاءِ ڀائيچاري جي ڀاونا سان ڪم ڪرڻ کپي.
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)
Keyboards can be downloaded from:
For Android: https://fahadmaqsood.github.io/latin-sindhi/download/android.html
For Windows: https://fahadmaqsood.github.io/latin-sindhi/download/windows.html
More information about Latin Sindhi
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