Vyomani

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Vyomani
π‘‚₯𑂨𑂷𑂧𑂒𑂲
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Vyomani written in Vyomnagari script

Created byMaharaja Mohak of Vyomania
Spoken inVyomania
Total speakersunknown
FamilyIndo-Aryan
Writing system(s)Vyomnagari script
TypeConstructed language

Vyomani is the official language of the Empire of Vyomania. It is being designed by Maharaja Mohak I. It is made from words taken from widely spoken Asian languages. It is a constructed language. As the language keeps changing, it is not used much yet.
The Vyomani vowels (swar) are 𑂃, π‘‚„, π‘‚…, 𑂆, 𑂇, π‘‚ˆ, 𑂉, π‘‚Š, π‘‚‹, π‘‚Œ, 𑂃𑂀, 𑂃𑂁, 𑂃𑂂 and 𑂨. Consonants are called vyanjan in Vyomani. The Vyomani grammar is really similar to Hindi and English grammar.

History

the ancient vyomani script

'Vyomani' written in Ancient Vyomani script

Vyomani language was created by Maharaja Mohak I. 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 Vyomani Vowels.png (a,e,i,o,u,y) and vyanjan were Vyomani Vyanjan.png.

Modern era

The script used currently in modern Vyomani is Vyomnagari, which is similar to Kaithi script.

See also

Vyomani language on Conlang wiki
About Vyomani on Vyomania's website