Su'6 Tang6n Jang Su'6 Tang6n Jang

The Su'6 Tang6n Jang Script was invented by Fikri Anurudha as an alternative way to write his mother tongue, Rejang. The shape of the vowels was inspired by the location of Fikri's hometown, which is by a moutain on a bend in the road. The consonant shapes are based on the native Rejang script, Kaganga/Surat Ulu.

Notable features

Su'6 Tang6n Jang Script

Vowels

Su'6 Tang6n Jang Script vowels

Consonants

Su'6 Tang6n Jang Script vowels

More details of Su'6 Tang6n Jang (PDF)

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