Oriya Unicode Script

The Sanskrit and other regional languages are also written using the Odia script, which is a Brahmic script used mainly for the writing of the Odia language. It belongs to the list of the Indian Republic's formal scripts. The script evolved over a period of more than a thousand years from a Siddham script variant used in Eastern India. Palm leaf manuscripts and nearby scripts from the Western and Southern regions both had an impact on how the script's distinctive top line changed into a distinct round umbrella shape. Odia is a syllabic alphabet or abugida in which every letter has a built-in vowel.

Below you will find all the characters that are in the 'Oriya' unicode script category. Currently there are 91 characters in this category.