Javanese Unicode Script
One of Indonesia's ancient scripts, created on the island of Java, is the Javanese script. In addition to writing Javanese, the script has also been used to write a number of other regional languages over the course of its evolution, including Sundanese, Madurese, and Sasak, as well as the area's lingua franca, Malay, and the ancient languages Kawi and Sanskrit. From at least the mid-15th century CE until the mid-20th century CE, the Javanese people actively used the Javanese script for writing daily and literary texts before the Latin alphabet progressively took its place. The script is currently taught as part of the local education in DI Yogyakarta, Central Java, and the East Java Province, but with very little function in everyday use.
Below you will find all the characters that are in the 'Javanese' unicode script category. Currently there are 90 characters in this category.