Posted: Sat Mar 14, 2009 2:55 am Post subject: KHOJKI UNICODE
There is a breakthrough for Khojki Ismaili documents [both manuscripts and old prints]. Anshuman Pandey from the Department of History at the University of Michigan has presented a Khojki standard for Unicode that will enable the representation of the script in the digital medium.
Practically, this means that Ismailis will be able to produce digital content in the script that was originally used to record their literature and circulate it through the web. This work will also help in the preservation of Khojki
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