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Oriya

Range: 0B00—0B7F Quantity of characters: 128
U+0B00

Various signs

U+0B01
U+0B02
U+0B03
U+0B04

Independent vowels

U+0B05
U+0B06
U+0B07
U+0B08
U+0B09
U+0B0A
U+0B0B
U+0B0C
U+0B0D
U+0B0E
U+0B0F
U+0B10
U+0B11
U+0B12
U+0B13
U+0B14

Consonants

U+0B15
U+0B16
U+0B17
U+0B18
U+0B19
U+0B1A
U+0B1B
U+0B1C
U+0B1D
U+0B1E
U+0B1F
U+0B20
U+0B21
U+0B22
U+0B23
U+0B24
U+0B25
U+0B26
U+0B27
U+0B28
U+0B29
U+0B2A
U+0B2B
U+0B2C
U+0B2D
U+0B2E
U+0B2F
U+0B30
U+0B31
U+0B32
U+0B33
U+0B34
U+0B35
U+0B36
U+0B37
U+0B38
U+0B39
U+0B3A
U+0B3B

Various signs

U+0B3C
U+0B3D

Dependent vowel signs

U+0B3E
ି
U+0B3F
U+0B40
U+0B41
U+0B42
U+0B43
U+0B44
U+0B45
U+0B46
U+0B47
U+0B48
U+0B49
U+0B4A

Two-part dependent vowel signs

U+0B4B
U+0B4C

Virama

U+0B4D
U+0B4E
U+0B4F
U+0B50
U+0B51
U+0B52
U+0B53
U+0B54

Various signs

U+0B55
U+0B56
U+0B57
U+0B58
U+0B59
U+0B5A
U+0B5B

Additional consonants

U+0B5C
U+0B5D
U+0B5E
U+0B5F

Additional vowels for Sanskrit

U+0B60
U+0B61

Dependent vowels

U+0B62
U+0B63

Reserved

U+0B64
U+0B65

Digits

U+0B66
U+0B67
U+0B68
U+0B69
U+0B6A
U+0B6B
U+0B6C
U+0B6D
U+0B6E
U+0B6F

Sign

U+0B70

Additional consonant

U+0B71

Fraction signs

U+0B72
U+0B73
U+0B74
U+0B75
U+0B76
U+0B77
U+0B78
U+0B79
U+0B7A
U+0B7B
U+0B7C
U+0B7D
U+0B7E
U+0B7F

Oriya is a Unicode block containing characters for the Oriya, Khondi, and Santali languages of Orissa state, India. In its original incarnation, the code points U+0B01..U+0B4D were a direct copy of the Oriya characters A1-ED from the 1988 ISCII standard. The  Devanagari 0900–097F ,  Bengali 0980–09FF ,  Gujarati 0A80–0AFF ,  Gurmukhi 0A00–0A7F ,  Tamil 0B80–0BFF ,  Telugu 0C00–0C7F ,  Kannada 0C80–0CFF and  Malayalam 0D00–0D7F blocks were similarly all based on their ISCII encodings.

Oriya (oṛiā), officially spelled Odia, is an Indian language belonging to the Indo-Aryan branch of the Indo-European language family. It is the predominant language of the Indian state of Odisha, where native speakers comprise 80% of the population, and it is spoken in parts of West Bengal, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Andhra Pradesh. Oriya is one of the many official languages in India; it is the official language of Odisha and the second official language of Jharkhand. Oriya is the sixth Indian language to be designated a Classical Language in India, on the basis of having a long literary history and not having borrowed extensively from other languages.

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