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Deodhai script

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Deodhai script

Deodhai was a language script believed by some intellectuals to be used by ancient Bodo people.[1]

Bishnu Prasad Rabha, noted artist from Assam, said he gathered a few specimen of Deodhai alphabet from Dimapur area.[2] Nowadays, some of the Bodos use the Latin alphabet and some the Devanagari script. Assamese script was also used in the past since the missionary going to their places.[2] Example - A like '|\Π


  1. ^ "Battle of the Bodo language". MeriNews. 2007-12-12. Retrieved 2012-04-09. 
  2. ^ a b "CHAPTER-III PEOPLE". Gazetteer of India Assam State: Vol-01. Scripts. 

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