Ranjana alphabet

Ranjana Alphabet

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The Rañjanā script (syn: Kutila, Lantsa) is an abugida writing system which developed in the 11th century. It is primarily used for writing Nepal Bhasa but is also used in monasteries of India, Tibet, coastline China, Mongolia, and Japan. It is considered to be the standard Nepali calligraphic script.


Rañjanā is a Brahmic script and shows similarities to the Devanagari script of northern India and Nepal. The script is also used in most of the Mahayana and Vajrayana monasteries. Along with the Prachalit script, it is considered as one of the scripts of Nepal. It is the formal script of Nepal duly registered in the United Nation while applying for the free Nation. Therefore, it is vital script to all Nepalese as well.

The holy book Aṣṭasāhasrikā Prajñāpāramitā Sūtra, lettered in gold ink, written by Bhiksu Ananda of Kapitanagar and dating back to the Nepal Sambat year 345 (1215 A.D.), illustrates the glorious history of the script.




The Rañjanā script is used primarily to write Nepal Bhasa, though sometimes also used to write Sanskrit. In...
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