Assamese Alphabets (অসমীয়া ব্যঞ্জনবৰ্ণ, স্বৰবৰ্ণ) Chat With Picture [PDF] Download: The Assamese Alphabets (Varnamala) are similar to Bengali Barnamal. However, there is some pronunciation difference. As a matter of fact, most of the Assamese Alphabets written same as Bengali.
The Assamese Alphabets are divided into two groups 1. স্বৰবৰ্ণ. (Swarborno) 2. Byonjonborno(ব্যঞ্জনবৰ্ণ)
1. স্বৰবৰ্ণ. (Swarborno)
Assamese Varnamala presently has a total of 11 vowel letters (স্বৰবৰ্ণ), used to represent the eight main vowel sounds of Assamese, along with a number of vowel diphthongs.
Vowel signs can be used in conjunction with consonants to modify the pronunciation of the consonant (here exemplified by ক, kô). When no vowel is written, the vowel অ (ô or o) is often assumed. To specifically denote the absence of a vowel, (্) may be written underneath the consonant.
Assamese Alphabets Byanjanbarna ব্যঞ্জন বৰ্ণ
The Assamese alphabet is almost identical with the Bengali alphabet. There are thirty-three pure consonant letters in the Assamese alphabet and each letter represents a single sound with an inherent vowel, the short vowel /a /
The first twenty-five consonants letters are called ‘sparsha barna’. These ‘sparsha barnas’ are again divided into five ‘barga’. Therefore these twenty-five letters are also called ‘ bargia barna’.
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