RE: U+1885-Baluda and U+1886-TripleBaluda

Thanks Andrew.
I notice the 1880-Anusvara and the 1881 Visarga also.
Your library is a treasure trove I need to spend some time in again.

-----Original Message-----
From: Andrew West [] 
Sent: Wednesday, August 5, 2015 11:58 PM
To: Greg Eck <>
Subject: U+1885-Baluda and U+1886-TripleBaluda

On 1 August 2015 at 14:48, Greg Eck <> wrote:
> I am attaching a file from some of professor Quejingzhabu's notes dealing with the U+1885-Baluda and the U+1886-TripleBaluda.
> The instruction from the professor is to attach the baluda glyphs to the right side (vertical) of the top of the word.
> The image is admittedly to be interpreted, but it is all that I have - I have never seen an original source image.
> I don't know of any font that has successfully implemented the baluda as the professor describes it's shaping behavior.
> As I see it, we implement either baluda as a diacritic on the right side of the stem just as the U+18A9-Dagalga is attached on the left.
> Comments are welcome.

Hi Greg,

There are some examples of Baluda and Triple Baluda usage here:


The contents for these pages are listed here:



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