Animal Helpline! Every Devata has his or her own Bija-Akshara. It is the symbol of the Paramatman Himself. OM contains within itself all the other Bija-Aksharas. There is no Mantra superior to OM. This triliteral sound is only an expression or manifestation of the highest primal Dhvani or vibration.
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General[ edit ] Kannada script has forty-nine characters in its alphasyllabary and is phonemic. The Kannada character set is almost identical to that of other Languages of India Indian languages. The number of written symbols, however, is far more than the 49 characters in the alphasyllabary, because different characters can be combined to form compound characters ottaksharas.
Each written symbol in the Kannada script corresponds with one syllable, as opposed to one phoneme in languages like English language English. The Kannada writing system is an abugida, with consonants appearing with an inherent vowel. The characters are classified into three categories: swaras vowels , vyanjanas consonants and Yogavaahakas part vowel, part consonants.
The name given for a pure, true letter is akshara, akkara or varna. Kannada is written from left to right. Kannada alphabet aksharamale or varnamale now consists of 49 letters. Each sound has its own distinct letter, and therefore every word is pronounced exactly as it is spelt; so the ear is a sufficient guide. After the exact sounds of the letters have been once gained, every word can be pronounced with perfect accuracy.
The accent falls on the first syllable. There are fourteen vowels swaras.
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