Ol Chiki Unicode Script

The official writing system for Santali, an Austroasiatic language recognised as an official regional language in India, is the Ol Chiki script, also known as Ol Chemet (Santali: ol "writing," chemet "learning," and occasionally as the Santali alphabet, which was created by Pandit Raghunath Murmu in 1925). It belongs to the list of the Indian Republic's formal scripts. It has 30 letters, all of which are meant to resemble organic forms. There are two forms in the left-to-right script. (the print Chapa style and cursive Usara style). Unlike most scripts, which distinguish between print and handwritten versions, Unicode does not distinguish between these two. The writing is unicameral in both types.

Below you will find all the characters that are in the 'Ol Chiki' unicode script category. Currently there are 48 characters in this category.