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  • Mar 11, 2012
  • 03:24 PM

‘Use of scripts marker for one’s culture, identity’

Deccan Herald
Konkani is a language that is spoken by about two million people in the West Coast of India and is written in several scripts such as Devanagiri, Roman, Kannada, Malyalam, Gujarati and Urdu. The use of these scripts has been done for ages and is an important marker for one’s culture and identity, said Rodrigues.

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