The Saxiriya alphabet was created in 2015 by Mohammad Sagir Ahmed, from Morigaon, Assam, India, as an alternative script for Assamese, his mother tongue. It could be also used in English, Hindi-Urdu, Arabic, Japanese and many others. The word "Saxiriya" comes from "Sagir (চাগিৰ)" and "Ôxômiya (অসমীয়া)", which means "Assamese" in Assamese language.
Example of "hôxôntô": Pô + hôxôntô + rô + kô + a symbol + rô = Prôkar (this Assamese word means "type" in English)
Examples of the " ' " symbol: Mô + a symbol + ' + ' = Ma'' (Maaa)
(To remove "hôxôntô) Kô + rô + bô + a symbol + tô + ' = Kôrôbatô
Example of the"ं" symbol; kô + ं + bô = kab ("when" in Hindi)
Example of the "़" symbol; Mô + u symbol + hô + ़ + a symbol + mô + hôxôntô + mô + a symbol + dô = Muhammad (محمد)
Example of the "ঁ" symbol: Kô + ঁ + nô + i symbol = K(n)ôni ("egg")
Example of the symbol "hô": Zô + ngô + hôxôntô + gô + hô symbol + lô = Zôngghôl ("jungle")
সকলো মানুহে সমান মৰ্যদা আৰু অধিকাৰে জন্মগ্ৰহণ কৰে। সিহঁতৰ বিবেক আৰু বুদ্ধি আছে আৰু সিহঁতে পৰস্পৰ ভাতৃত্বৰে আচৰণ কৰিব লাগে।
Xôkôlo manuhe xôman môrzôda aru ôdhikare zônmôgrôhôn kôre. Xihôtôr bibek aru buddhi ase aru xuhôte pôrôspôr bhatritwôre asôrôn kôribô lage.
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)
Currently there is no font for Saxiriya and the design is handwritten. There will be further developments. If you have any question about Saxiriya you can contact Mr. Sagir at: email@example.com
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