Signs for representing Kashmiri vowels in Sharada

Posted on Thu 12 May 2011 in unicode

The Sharada script was used primarily for writing Sanskrit. In order to represent Kashmiri, three additional signs were added to the script.

A below-base slash that resembles the Devanagari virāma:


An above-base bar that represents the Devanagari anudatta:


An underdot that is similar to the Devanagari nukta:


I am currently researching these signs. Please contact me if you have information about the use of these signs for writing Kashmiri.