Old Sundanese 101: VI — A Bunch of Aksaras

Aksara Ngalagena/Nglegena

Fig. 1 — The ‘naked’ aksaras, or aksara nglegena/ngalagena: ⟨ka ga nga ca ja ña ta da na pa ba ma ya ra la wa sa ha⟩.

Aksara Swara

Fig. 2 — The aksara swara/vowel aksaras used in the Old Sundanese lontar script used to write “Bujangga Manik”.
Fig. 3 — A table of the vowels of Old Sundanese, showing their approximate values and the Roman letters used to transcribe/transliterate them.

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