Eastern Nagari script or Bengali-Assamese script defines the unified usage of the Bengali script and the Assamese script through minor variations within them, in various languages. Its usage is associated with the two main languages; Bengali and Assamese. Beside these two, this system has, throughout history, been used for other languages, such as Bishnupriya Manipuri, Meitei Manipuri, Kokborok and the Maithili language. Many other languages like Khasi, Bodo, Karbi, Mising etc.

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  • Eastern Nagari script or Bengali-Assamese script defines the unified usage of the Bengali script and the Assamese script through minor variations within them, in various languages. Its usage is associated with the two main languages; Bengali and Assamese. Beside these two, this system has, throughout history, been used for other languages, such as Bishnupriya Manipuri, Meitei Manipuri, Kokborok and the Maithili language. Many other languages like Khasi, Bodo, Karbi, Mising etc. were also written in this system in the past. (en)
  • Eastern Nagari script, Bengali script, Assamese script, Bengali-Assamese script or Purbi script is the basis of the Bengali alphabet and the Assamese alphabet. Its usage is associated with the two main languages: Bengali and Assamese. Beside these two, the script has throughout history been used as writing system of other languages such as Bishnupriya Manipuri, Meitei Manipuri and Kokborok. Many other languages like Khasi, Bodo, Karbi, Mising etc. were also written in this script in the past. Modern Sylheti is often written using this script as well. Hence, this script is the 5th most widely used writing system in the world. (en)
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  • [a] The Semitic origin of the Brahmic scripts is not universally agreed upon. (en)
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  • Eastern Nagari script or Bengali-Assamese script defines the unified usage of the Bengali script and the Assamese script through minor variations within them, in various languages. Its usage is associated with the two main languages; Bengali and Assamese. Beside these two, this system has, throughout history, been used for other languages, such as Bishnupriya Manipuri, Meitei Manipuri, Kokborok and the Maithili language. Many other languages like Khasi, Bodo, Karbi, Mising etc. (en)
  • Eastern Nagari script, Bengali script, Assamese script, Bengali-Assamese script or Purbi script is the basis of the Bengali alphabet and the Assamese alphabet. Its usage is associated with the two main languages: Bengali and Assamese. Beside these two, the script has throughout history been used as writing system of other languages such as Bishnupriya Manipuri, Meitei Manipuri and Kokborok. Many other languages like Khasi, Bodo, Karbi, Mising etc. were also written in this script in the past. (en)
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