The Nikhilipi alphabet is the creation of Nikhil Sinha. It is designed to write any Indo-Aryan language and, with a few additional letters, the Dravidian languages as well. The name combines Nikhil's first name and the word lipi, which means script in Hindi.
To uphold and protect the sovereinity, unity and integrity of India.
From the Indian constitution, article 51A
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