The Santali alphabet, which is also known as Ol Cemet', Ol Ciki or Ol, was created in the 1920s by Pandit Raghunath Murmu as part of his efforts to promote Santali culture. Every other major language in India had its own alphabet, so he thought Santali should as well.
Santali or Santhali (Satār), a Munda language spoken by about 5.8 million people in India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan. The alphabet was designed for a southern dialect of Santali spoken in the Mayurbhanj district of the Indian state of Orissa.
Hear how to pronounce Santali:
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Information about the Ol Cemet' script
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