Re: Sanskrit nasalized L

From: Shriramana Sharma <>
Date: Sat, 25 Jun 2011 22:02:23 +0530

On 2011-Jun-23 10:27, tulasi wrote:
> It is natural to place CANDRABINDU on top of vertical bar.
> So CANDRABINDU in this case shall seat on top of regular LA of LLA. Moreover
> that LLA is an ugly one. Two-tire (one top of other) LLA is preferred choice
> (neutral).

This is "tire"some! ;)

Even if the top-bottom ligature-style L.LA is used, the candrabindu
should go after LA + Virama and not at the end of the syllable as you
are suggested. See attached the difference in rendering versus actual
attested usage.

(BTW it's obvious you're new to Unicode else you wouldn't call L.LA as
LLA which means a different thing -- have you even read the charts?)

BTW don't keep bcc-ing me.

Shriramana Sharma

actual-attested-usage.jpg desired-rendering-vs-tulasi_s-rendering.png
Received on Sat Jun 25 2011 - 11:38:22 CDT

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