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Writing System

Urdu written with Arabic script, Nastaliq variantur

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StatusCurrently in use
Useprimary usage
LanguageUrdu [urd]
ScriptArabic (Nastaliq variant) [Aran]
CLDR Locale  ur [Urdu]

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Awami Nastaliq Font for Arabic Fonts & Keyboards
Names of Months and Days in Urdu Use & History
Nastaliq Font for Arabic Fonts & Keyboards
Noto Nastaliq Font Fonts & Keyboards
Saraiki Fonts Fonts & Keyboards
Urdu Names for Arabic characters Symbols & Characters
Using Graphite to Address Challenges in Nastaliq-style Arabic Script Sources & References

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Sources for this writing system

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Comments on L2 /08-343 GHOST CHARACTERS: Atomization- Combination Theory, by Dr. Attash Durrani academic paper
Comments on L2/02-006: Towards Unicode Standard for Urdu academic paper
Comments on Proposal to Encode 22 Characters for Arabic Pedagogical Use academic paper
Consistent naming and better properties for "Arabic Pedagogical Symbols" academic paper
Extension of the Arabic coded character set for bibliographic information interchange academic paper
Font Issues, Nuqta properties academic paper
Grammatical Analysis of Nastalique Writing Style of Urdu academic paper
Hamza Issue academic paper
Initial and medial forms of Arabic Letter Noon Ghunna academic paper
Letter to Dr Durrani (Pakistan) academic paper
Letter to Jonathan re Nuqtas academic paper
Moving dots and Arabic script shaping: Farsi Yeh’s and Jawi Nya academic paper
Nastaleeq: A challenge accepted by Omega journal article
Preliminary Proposal to add Nuqta Characters to Arabic Block academic paper
Problems with the joining behavior of Arabic Letter Yeh Barree (U+06D2) academic paper
Proposal to add Marks and Digits in Arabic Code Block (for Urdu) academic paper
Proposal to add Urdu Epethit and Abbreviation Diacritics to Arabic Block academic paper
Proposal to Advance the Renaming of Arabic Pedagogical Symbols academic paper
Proposal to Encode 16 Characters for Arabic Pedagogical Use academic paper
Proposal to Encode the Samvat Date Sign for Arabic in ISO/IEC 10646 academic paper
Proposal to Encode Urdu Numbers to Remove Ambiguity in Current Standard academic paper
Regarding Nuqta Characters academic paper
The Case Folding Solution for the Arabic Script academic paper
The Death of the Urdu Script web page
Towards Unicode Standard for Urdu academic paper
Urdu Computing Standards (Charts) academic paper
Urdu Computing Standards: Development of Urdu Zabta Takhti - WG2 N2413-2 - SC2 N3589-2(UZT) 1.01 academic paper
Urdu Computing Standards: Urdu Zabta Takhti (UZT) 1.01 - WG2 N2413-3 / SC2 N3589-3 academic paper

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