Tibetan Unicode Script
Tibetan, Dzongkha, Sikkimese, Ladakhi, Jirel, and Balti are just a few of the Tibetic languages written in the segmental writing style (abugida) known as the Tibetan script. It has also been used for some languages that are not Tibetan but are in direct contact with Tibet, like Thakali. The handwritten cursive style used for daily writing is known as ume script, while the printed version is known as uchen script. It is a common form of writing in Tibet and the Himalayas. The script is intimately connected to a wide ethnic Tibetan identity that encompasses regions in Tibet, India, Nepal, and Bhutan. The Meitei, Lepcha, Marchen, and the multilingual 'Phags-pa script are ancestors of the Tibetan script, which is of Brahmic heritage from the Gupta script.
Below you will find all the characters that are in the 'Tibetan' unicode script category. Currently there are 207 characters in this category.