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VERNACULAR SCRIPTS OF THE INDUS VALLEY AND BEYOND

After a brief introduction to the Khūdāwādī, the presentation will deal with a salient question: why did the Khūdāwādī fail to be constructed as a community script as the Khojkī was with the Khojas and the Gurmukhī with the Sikhs ?

VERNACULAR SCRIPTS OF THE INDUS VALLEY AND BEYOND

Publication Type  Article
Year of Publication  2016
Date Published  2016
Authors  Shackle,, Christopher
Original Publication  THE ELIOT ROOM, BRITISH LIBRARY CONFERENCE CENTRE LONDON
Alternate Title  Personal Reflections and Observations on the Indus Valley Scripts
Publisher  THE ELIOT ROOM, BRITISH LIBRARY CONFERENCE CENTRE LONDON
Source  

An Anthropological Perspective on the Khūdāwādī script
The unexplained sectarian nature of the revolts of the Tughluq Era in Medieval Sindh
Manuscripts in Khojki Sindhi Script: A State of the Art
Preliminary observations on the British Library's Khojki manuscript from Zanzibar

Key Words  Indus Valley Scripts; Khudawadi script; Tughluq Era in Medieval Sindh; Khojki Sindhi Script; Khojki manuscript from Zanzibar

Les manuscrits du sud de la vallée de l’Indus en écriture khojkī sindhī

This article presents an overview of research on the corpus of eighteenth to twentieth century manuscripts from south of the Indus valley in Khojkī Sindhī script. After a general introduction to the significance of these manuscripts, we will first look at how researchers have approached the problem of the origins of the “Khojkī Sindhī” script and its relation to the religious tradition of the Khoja merchant caste of Sindh and Gujarat. Then, we systematically present

Les manuscrits du sud de la vallée de l’Indus en écriture khojkī sindhī

Publication Type  Article
Year of Publication  2016
Date Published  2016
Authors  Bhalloo, Zahir; Akhtar, Iqbal
Original Publication  ASIA 2018; 72(2): 319–338
Key Words  manuscripts; khojkī sindhī script; Khojas; āghā khān; satpanth


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