Sīrilika is a way to write Sanskrit with the Cyrillic alphabet devised by Mohak Sahu, an Indian student. It is modelled on the International Alphabet of Sanskrit Transliteration (IAST).
Уԏиш̣ԏ̣̃аԏа. Ꙃа̄ґраԏа. Ҧра̄ҧяа вара̄ннибод̃аԏа.
उतिष्ठत। जाग्रत। प्राप्य वरान्निबोधत।
Utiṣṭhata. Jāgrata. Prāpya varānnibodhata.
Arise, awake, and stop not till the goal is reached.
If you have any questions about Sīrilika, you can contact Mohak Sahu at firstname.lastname@example.org
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