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Gujarati

Range: 0A80—0AFF Quantity of characters: 128
U+0A80

Various signs

U+0A81
U+0A82
U+0A83
U+0A84

Independent vowels

U+0A85
U+0A86
U+0A87
U+0A88
U+0A89
U+0A8A
U+0A8B
U+0A8C
U+0A8D
U+0A8E
U+0A8F
U+0A90
U+0A91
U+0A92
U+0A93
U+0A94

Consonants

U+0A95
U+0A96
U+0A97
U+0A98
U+0A99
U+0A9A
U+0A9B
U+0A9C
U+0A9D
U+0A9E
U+0A9F
U+0AA0
U+0AA1
U+0AA2
U+0AA3
U+0AA4
U+0AA5
U+0AA6
U+0AA7
U+0AA8
U+0AA9
U+0AAA
U+0AAB
U+0AAC
U+0AAD
U+0AAE
U+0AAF
U+0AB0
U+0AB1
U+0AB2
U+0AB3
U+0AB4
U+0AB5
U+0AB6
U+0AB7
U+0AB8
U+0AB9
U+0ABA
U+0ABB

Various signs

U+0ABC
U+0ABD

Dependent vowel signs

U+0ABE
િ
U+0ABF
U+0AC0
U+0AC1
U+0AC2
U+0AC3
U+0AC4
U+0AC5
U+0AC6
U+0AC7
U+0AC8
U+0AC9
U+0ACA
U+0ACB
U+0ACC

Virama

U+0ACD
U+0ACE
U+0ACF

Various signs

U+0AD0
U+0AD1
U+0AD2
U+0AD3
U+0AD4
U+0AD5
U+0AD6
U+0AD7
U+0AD8
U+0AD9
U+0ADA
U+0ADB
U+0ADC
U+0ADD
U+0ADE
U+0ADF

Additional vowels for Sanskrit

U+0AE0
U+0AE1
U+0AE2
U+0AE3

Reserved

U+0AE4
U+0AE5

Digits

U+0AE6
U+0AE7
U+0AE8
U+0AE9
U+0AEA
U+0AEB
U+0AEC
U+0AED
U+0AEE
U+0AEF

Abbreviation sign

U+0AF0

Currency symbol

U+0AF1
U+0AF2
U+0AF3
U+0AF4
U+0AF5
U+0AF6
U+0AF7
U+0AF8

Additional consonant

U+0AF9

Transliteration signs

U+0AFA
U+0AFB
U+0AFC
U+0AFD
U+0AFE
૿
U+0AFF

Gujarati is a Unicode block containing characters for writing the Gujarati language. In its original incarnation, the code points U+0A81..U+0AD0 were a direct copy of the Gujarati characters A1-F0 from the 1988 ISCII standard. The  Devanagari 0900–097F ,  Bengali 0980–09FF ,  Gurmukhi 0A00–0A7F ,  Oriya 0B00–0B7F ,  Tamil 0B80–0BFF ,  Telugu 0C00–0C7F ,  Kannada 0C80–0CFF , and  Malayalam 0D00–0D7F blocks were similarly all based on their ISCII encodings.

The Gujarati script, which like all Nāgarī writing systems is strictly speaking an abugida rather than an alphabet, is used to write the Gujarati and Kutchi languages. It is a variant of  Devanāgarī script 0900–097F differentiated by the loss of the characteristic horizontal line running above the letters and by a small number of modifications in the remaining characters. With a few additional characters, added for this purpose, the Gujarati script is also often used to write Sanskrit and Hindi. Gujarati numerical digits are also different from their  Devanagari 0900–097F counterparts.

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