'Vyomani' written in Vyomnagari
|Created by||Maharaja Mohak of Vyomania|
|Writing system(s)||Vyomnagari script|
Vyomani language was created by Maharaja Mohak I for use within the Empire of Vyomania. Vyomani used a different script before the Modern Vyomani era. Ancient Vyomani, as it is now called, used the Ancient Vyomani script. The swar in Vyomani were (a,e,i,o,u,y) and vyanjan were .
The script used in the modern Vyomani was Vyomnagari, which was similar to Kaithi script. Vyomani can be written both vertically and horizontally. To read Vyomani written vertically, columns should be read from top to bottom starting from left side of the page. Vyomani was mostly written horizontally like Devanagari from left to right. When written horizontally, there is space between words but when written vertically, there is space between words but also columns.
The Vyomani vowels (swar) are 𑂃, 𑂄, 𑂅, 𑂆, 𑂇, 𑂈, 𑂉, 𑂊, 𑂋, 𑂌, 𑂃𑂀, 𑂃𑂁, 𑂃𑂂 and 𑂨. Consonants are called vyanjan in Vyomani. The Vyomani grammar is really similar to Hindi and English grammar. The Vyomani grammar is really similar to Hindi and English grammar. Vyomani is essentially a subject-final (OVS) language, with relatively free word order since in most cases postpositions mark quite explicitly the relationships of noun phrases with other constituents of the sentence.
The Vyomani vocabulary had more than 100 words. New words could be created by people by joining existing words. For example:-
Dinner is night food, so yb + brig = ybrig
𑂨𑂱𑂥𑂩𑂱𑂏 (Ybrig): dinner
Names of Numbers
Vyomani language numbers are given in the table below
|International notation||Western numbers||Vyomani notation||Vyomani numbers|