Takri Unicode Block

The Unicode Takri block, also known as the Takri script block, is a defined range of characters within the Unicode Standard used to represent the Takri script. The Takri script is a writing system primarily used for writing the Sanskrit language in the historical region of Himachal Pradesh, India. It is an abugida, which means that each character represents a consonant with an inherent vowel sound that can be modified with diacritic marks to represent other vowel sounds. The Takri script is notable for its unique and distinctive characters, which are somewhat angular in appearance and are written from left to right. The Unicode Takri block includes a range of characters necessary for writing Sanskrit and other languages that use the Takri script. It enables digital communication and text processing in these languages, preserving and promoting their cultural and linguistic heritage in the digital age.

View a range of fonts that support the Takri block.

Below you will find all the characters that are in the Takri unicode block. Currently there are 68 characters in this block.