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Names of Months and Days in Dzongkha
Names of Months and Days in Tibetan
Stones inscribed with the Tibetan script
The Ladakhi Language, as spoken in Leh
Tibetan Script Sample

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Writing systems that use this script (32)
Name Code Is used to write language
Adi written with Tibetan script adi-Tibt Adi [adi]
Amdo Tibetan written with Tibetan script adx-Tibt Tibetan, Amdo [adx]
Balti written with Tibetan script bft-Tibt Balti [bft]
Bumthangkha written with Tibetan script (x-uchen) kjz-Tibt-x-uchen Bumthangkha [kjz]
Changthang written with Tibetan script (x-bodhi) cna-Tibt-x-bodhi Changthang [cna]
Dolpo written with Tibetan script dre-Tibt Dolpo [dre]
Dzongkha written with Tibetan script dz Dzongkha [dzo]
Eastern Tamang written with Tibetan script (x-tamhig) taj-Tibt-x-tamhig Tamang, Eastern [taj]
Gahri written with Tibetan script bfu-Tibt Gahri [bfu]
Halh Mongolian written with Tibetan script khk-Tibt Mongolian, Halh [khk]
Idu-Mishmi written with Tibetan script clk-Tibt Idu-Mishmi [clk]
Jiarong written with Tibetan script jya-Tibt Jiarong [jya]
Khamba written with Tibetan script (x-hingna) kbg-Tibt-x-hingna Khamba [kbg]
Khams Tibetan written with Tibetan script khg-Tibt Tibetan, Khams [khg]
Khengkha written with Tibetan script (x-uchen) xkf-Tibt-x-uchen Khengkha [xkf]
Kurtokha written with Tibetan script (x uchen) xkz-Tibt-x uchen Kurtokha [xkz]
Ladakhi written with Tibetan script lbj-Tibt Ladakhi [lbj]
Lepcha written with Tibetan script lep-Tibt Lepcha [lep]
Loke written with Tibetan script loy-Tibt Loke [loy]
Manangba written with Tibetan script nmm-Tibt Manangba [nmm]
Mugom written with Tibetan script muk-Tibt Mugom [muk]
Pattani written with Tibetan script lae-Tibt Pattani [lae]
Purik written with Tibetan script prx-Tibt Purik [prx]
Sherpa written with Tibetan script xsr-Tibt Sherpa [xsr]
Sikkimese written with Tibetan script sip-Tibt Sikkimese [sip]
Stod Bhoti written with Tibetan script sbu-Tibt Bhoti, Stod [sbu]
Tibetan written with Tibetan script bo-Tibt Tibetan [bod]
Tinani written with Tibetan script lbf-Tibt Tinani [lbf]
Tshangla written with Tibetan script (x-uchen) tsj-Tibt-x-uchen Tshangla [tsj]
Walungge written with Tibetan script ola-Tibt Walungge [ola]
Western Tamang written with Tibetan script tdg-Tibt Tamang, Western [tdg]
Zangskari written with Tibetan script zau-Tibt Zangskari [zau]

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  • Gregorian Calendar

    Months

    January: སྤྱི་ཟླ་དངཔ་ (ཟླ་༡, ༡)

    February: སྤྱི་ཟླ་གཉིས་པ་ (ཟླ་༢, ༢)

    March: སྤྱི་ཟླ་གསུམ་པ་ (ཟླ་༣, ༣)

    April: སྤྱི་ཟླ་བཞི་པ (ཟླ་༤, ༤)

    May: སྤྱི་ཟླ་ལྔ་པ་ (ཟླ་༥, ༥)

    June: སྤྱི་ཟླ་དྲུག་པ (ཟླ་༦, ༦)

    July: སྤྱི་ཟླ་བདུན་པ་ (ཟླ་༧, ༧)

    August: སྤྱི་ཟླ་བརྒྱད་པ་ (ཟླ་༨, ༨)

    September: སྤྱི་ཟླ་དགུ་པ་ (ཟླ་༩, ༩)

    October: སྤྱི་ཟླ་བཅུ་པ་ (ཟླ་༡༠, ༡༠)

    November: སྤྱི་ཟླ་བཅུ་གཅིག་པ་ (ཟླ་༡༡, ༡༡)

    December: སྤྱི་ཟླ་བཅུ་གཉིས་པ་ (ཟླ་༡༢, ༡༢)

    Days

    Sunday: གཟའ་ཟླ་བ་ (ཟླ་, ཟླ)

    Monday: གཟའ་མིག་དམར་ (མིར་, མིར)

    Tuesday: གཟའ་ལྷག་པ་ (ལྷག་, ལྷག)

    Wednesday: གཟའ་ཕུར་བུ་ (ཕུར་, ཕུར)

    Thursday: གཟའ་པ་སངས་ (སངས་, སངྶ)

    Friday: གཟའ་སྤེན་པ་ (སྤེན་, སྤེན)

    Saturday: གཟའ་ཉི་མ་ (ཉི་, ཉི)

    For further information on calendar data, see  Unicode Technical Report #35.

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  • Gregorian Calendar

    Months

    January: ཟླ་བ་དང་པོ་ (ཟླ་༡)

    February: ཟླ་བ་གཉིས་པ་ (ཟླ་༢)

    March: ཟླ་བ་གསུམ་པ་ (ཟླ་༣)

    April: ཟླ་བ་བཞི་པ་ (ཟླ་༤)

    May: ཟླ་བ་ལྔ་པ་ (ཟླ་༥)

    June: ཟླ་བ་དྲུག་པ་ (ཟླ་༦)

    July: ཟླ་བ་བདུན་པ་ (ཟླ་༧)

    August: ཟླ་བ་བརྒྱད་པ་ (ཟླ་༨)

    September: ཟླ་བ་དགུ་པ་ (ཟླ་༩)

    October: ཟླ་བ་བཅུ་པ་ (ཟླ་༡༠)

    November: ཟླ་བ་བཅུ་གཅིག་པ་ (ཟླ་༡༡)

    December: ཟླ་བ་བཅུ་གཉིས་པ་ (ཟླ་༡༢)

    Days

    Sunday: གཟའ་ཉི་མ་ (ཉི་མ་, ཉི)

    Monday: གཟའ་ཟླ་བ་ (ཟླ་བ་, ཟླ)

    Tuesday: གཟའ་མིག་དམར་ (མིག་དམར་, མིག)

    Wednesday: གཟའ་ལྷག་པ་ (ལྷག་པ་, ལྷག)

    Thursday: གཟའ་ཕུར་བུ་ (ཕུར་བུ་, ཕུར)

    Friday: གཟའ་པ་སངས་ (པ་སངས་, སངས)

    Saturday: གཟའ་སྤེན་པ་ (སྤེན་པ་, སྤེན)

    For further information on calendar data, see  Unicode Technical Report #35.

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    LicenseRestricted content - see terms below

    All rights reserved. Distributed under the Terms of Use at  www.unicode.org/copyright.html.

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  • Stones inscribed with the famous Buddhist compassion mantra - Om Mani Padme Hum - outside the main Buddhist temple in McLeod Ganj, India.

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  • The Ladakhi language originally only existed in the spoken form; therefore the language itself was primarily closely linked to Tibetan, as it was an area similar in many respects. This meant that, when it was decided to develop Ladakhi into a written form, the Ladakhi speakers decided to use the Tibetan script. Therefore, this is a language which is transcribed in a phonetic form, meaning that it can be translated into English relatively easily. For that reason, many words in the Ladakhi dialect have spelling variations, such as the all-purpose greeting “jule” which can also be written as “jullay.”

    The Ladakhi Phonetic Alphabet

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    Amie Farrington (personal experience)

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    ContributorAmie Rose Farrington
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     Flickr Original photo by Steve Taylor

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    ContributorSteph Holloway

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