Nag Mundari Unicode Script
The Nag Mundari Bani script is used for writing Mundari, an Austroasiatic language spoken by 1.1 million people in India, primarily in the states of Jharkand, West Bengal, and Odisha. Mundari has been written in Devanagari, Bengali script, Odiya script, and Latin script, as well as the script in question here, Mundari Bani, which was invented by Rohidas Singh Nag (1934 - 2012) in the latter half of the 20th century. While for the technical purposes of this proposal, we will refer to the script as ‘Nag Mundari’, most institutions and people using the script refer to it as ‘Mundari Bani’, along with less common names such as ‘Mundari Lipi’ and ‘Hoḍo Jagar’.
Below you will find all the characters that are in the 'Nag Mundari' unicode script category. Currently there are 42 characters in this category.