Which writing scripts do you think are beautiful?


Which writing scripts do you think are beautiful?

I think the Brahmic scripts are all beautiful:

Oriya ଅ କ ଆ କା ଅଽ କଽ ଇ କି ଈ କୀ ଉ କୁ ଊ କୂ ଏ କେ ଐ କୈ ଓ କୋ ଔ କୌ ଋ କୃ ୠ କୃ୍ ଌ କ୍ଲୃ ୡ କ୍ଳୃ ଂ କଂ ଃ କଃ
Assamese অ ক আ কা অ্যা ক্যা ই কি ঈ কী উ কু ঊ কূ এ কে ঐ কৈ ও কো ঔ কৌ ঋ কৃ ৠ কৄ ঌ কৢ ৡ কৣ
Bengali অ ক আ কা অ্যা ক্যা ই কি ঈ কী উ কু ঊ কূ এ কে ঐ কৈ অ ক ও কো ঔ কৌ ঋ কৃ ৠ কৄ ঌ কৢ ৡ কৣ
Devanagari अ क आ का अॅ कॅ ऑ कॉ इ कि ई की उ कु ऊ कू ऎ कॆ ए के ऐ कै ऒ कॊ ओ को औ कौ ऋ कृ ॠ कॄ ऌ कॢ ॡ कॣ अं कं अः कः
Gujarati અ ક આ કા ઇ કિ ઈ કી ઉ કુ ઊ કૂ એ કે ઐ કૈ ઓ કો ઔ કૌ ઋ કૃ ૠ કૄ ઌ કૢ ૡ કૣ
Gurmukhi ਅ ਕ ਆ ਕਾ ਇ ਕਿ ਈ ਕੀ ਉ ਕੁ ਊ ਕੂ ਏ ਕੇ ਐ ਕੈ ਓ ਕੋ ਔ ਕੌ
Tibetan ཨ ཀ ཨཱ ཀཱ ཨི ཀི ཨཱི ཀཱི ཨུ ཀུ ཨཱུ ཀཱུ ཨེ ཀེ ཨཻ ཀཻ ཨོ ཀོ ཨཽ ཀཽ རྀ ཀྲྀ རཱྀ ཀཷ ལྀ ཀླྀ ལཱྀ ཀླཱྀ
Telugu అ క ఆ కా ఇ కి ఈ కీ ఉ కు ఊ కూ ఎ కె ఏ కే ఐ కై ఒ కొ ఓ కో ఔ కౌ ఋ కృ ౠ కౄ ఌ కౢ ౡ కౣ అం కం అః కః
Kannada ಅ ಕ ಆ ಕಾ ಇ ಕಿ ಈ ಕೀ ಉ ಕು ಊ ಕೂ ಎ ಕೆ ಏ ಕೇ ಐ ಕೈ ಒ ಕೊ ಓ ಕೋ ಔ ಕೌ ಋ ಕೃ ೠ ಕೄ ಌ ಕೢ ೡ ಕೣ అం ಕಂ అః ಕಃ
Sinhala අ ක ආ කා ඇ කැ ඈ කෑ ඉ කි ඊ කී උ කු ඌ කූ එ කෙ ඒ කේ ඓ කෛ ඔ කො ඕ කෝ ඖ කෞ ඍ කෘ ඎ කෲ ඏ කෟ ඐ කෳ
Malayalam അ ക ആ കാ ഇ കി ഈ കീ ഉ കു ഊ കൂ എ കെ ഏ കേ ഐ കൈ ഒ കൊ ഓ കോ ഔ കൗ ഋ കൃ ൠ കൄ ഌ കൢ ൡ കൣ അം കം അഃ കഃ
Tamil அ க ஆ கா இ கி ஈ கீ உ கு ஊ கூ எ கெ ஏ கே ஐ கை ஒ கொ ஓ கோ ஔ கௌ
Khmer ឣ ក ឤ កា ឥ កិ ឦ កី ឧ កុ ឩ កូ ឯ កេ ឰ កៃ ឱ កោ ឳ កៅ ឫ ក្ឫ ឬ ក្ឬ ឭ ក្ឭ ឮ ក្ឮ
Thai ก กา กิ กี กุ กู เก ไก/ใก โก เกา/กาว ฤ กฤ ฤๅ กฤๅ ฦ กฦ ฦๅ กฦๅ
Lao ກັ ກາ ກິ ກີ ກຸ ກູ ເກ ໄກ/ໃກ ໂກ ເກົາ/ກາວ

Here are a few other notable scripts:

Georgian: ეს სკრიპტი არის საკმაოდ ლამაზი ეძებს უნდა ვთქვა
Armenian: բավականին գեղեցիկ ես պետք է ասեմ,

Greek: Αυτό το σενάριο είναι πολύ ωραίο αναζητούν έχω να πω
Latin (based on Greek): I Hoc scriptum est bellum nice quod aspiciens dicere (based on Greek)
Cyrillic (based on Greek): Этот сценарий является довольно приятные глазу я должен сказать (based on Greek)

Hebrew: התסריט הזה הוא די נחמד מחפש אני חייב לומר
Arabic: هذا السيناريو هو لطيفة وجميلة تبحث يجب أن أقول

Chinese: 這個腳本是相當不錯的樣子,我不得不說
Japanese (based on Chinese): スクリプトは、私が言っている見て、かなりいいです
Korean: 이 스크립트는 내가 말을해야 찾고 꽤 좋은

I think Devanagari, Tibetan, Thai, Georgian, and Hebrew are all nice to look at. How about you and also am I missing any major ones?

Updates:
@YourFutureEX @Verticallyinsecure @subzero007 @Genie23 @tallnoshortnohotyes @MyUsernameRules My Indian friends may I ask what scripts you like from these?
I'm gonna tag a Greek person @Aleera

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What Girls Said 10

  • Where did you get the sample sentences? I can kind of read the Arabic but that's about it. The others, no. I assumed some were alphabets but the Arabic is a sentence.

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  • Wow.. the Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam look so beautifuul *_*
    And, well, in arabic you pratically said " this scenario is nice and beautiful searching I have to say" haha
    Interesting question tho :)

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  • A better question would be, which one does not look beautiful? Most of them all look pretty good.

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  • all look fine..

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  • I love Greek and Sanskrit :)

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  • Все они красивы , в самостоятельно.
    (All of them are beautiful in their own)

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  • 我喜欢泰国...😀

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  • Lol @asker why am I tagged though?

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    • You're Greek... do you like Greek script or any script here

    • I love Greek. Sadly I don't like any other script. I don't know why.. maybe because I don't understand them.. I like Cyrillic a little bit though. Since I'm studying Russian and can relate a little bit to that...

    • that's cool.

  • Wing dings because they are interpretive :P

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  • Assamese and Bengali look almost identical to me. I think Arabic looks really nice though

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What Guys Said 12

  • All of them are beautiful in one way or another and their users are in millions. These are created with a lot of efforts and we cannot judge their beauty. We don't even have knowledge about most of them.

    But I can't let this beautiful question go wasted so let me introduce you with Devnagri script.
    Being a user of Devnagri script, I know its working.

    #1. The alphabets are chosen precisely and arranged in well manner.
    -At first, there are vovels and then consonants.
    -The consonants are arranged like the first 5 alphabets are the ones which are pronounced by using throat.
    -Next 5 by palate
    -Next 5 by the tip of tongue
    -Next 5 by teeth
    -Next 5 by lips
    -Next 4 from internally
    -Next 5 generate heat
    -In the groups having 5 alphabets, the fifth one uses nose too (except last group).
    www.cedar.buffalo.edu/.../hindi_trans.gif

    #2. Each word has unique tone unlike Latin in which C, Q & K; G & J have same voice/tone, to reduce the confusion.

    #3. Each word/letters uses a line which guides the reader in differentiating the words and in their pronunciation.

    #4. Vovels when used in between the word, transform into 'matra' (above the line) which helps in fast writing. This complex form uses more brain power while reading as compared to Latin and can be construed as exercise so, it keeps our mind sharp.

    #5. The letters have only one form unlike Latin which has two (A & a; B & b; etc).

    #6. There are no silent letters like Latin has (K in knife)
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    • Wow Devanagari is such a beautiful and economical script I think. Everything is tied together in a line and the vowels are put on top what a neat invention. Thanks dude for explaining to me I think Latin script gets boring after a while lol

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    • haha nice selection I agree with Tamil too thanks yea

    • Thanks and always :)☺

  • Well I think all of them are beautiful. My mother tongue is Marathi, so I grew using Devanagri script. I can also use the telugu script and gujarati script with 90% accuracy.
    by the way there is one point I would like to note. Devanagri is not fixed. Sanskrit, Hindi and Marathi all have a few different letters which the other 2 don't have. it's like 95-98% same, just a few characters different. I can speak all the 3 languages so I can tell you about these 3. Nepali language is also written in the devanagari script, but I don't know if it has some different letters as I don't know Nepali.

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    • thanks it's like Latin script is different for English and German or something
      I find Brahmic scripts so beautiful and economical which ones do you personally like?

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    • thanks I agree but Burmese doesn't carry into this webpage for sum reason

    • Yeah.. I know. It's something related to unicode or something. The wikipedia page also doesn't open.

  • I can tell that you used Google translate lol, anyway, writing in Arabic is an art, there are a lot of things that you can do

    http://www10.0zz0.com/2011/12/23/11/329294317.jpg

    And I like the Greek, Chinese, Cyrillic and Tibetan ones

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  • Well, i can read the devanagri and gurmukhi script and with the devanagri script itself u find a few languages such as hindi, sanskrit ( a dead language, as latin is to english), nepali, bhojpuri, marathi etc. I am just searching for any one script u might have missed out ha ha. First, i thought it was thai, found it. Then i thought bengali, found it etc lol. Quite an exhaustive post, i must say

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    • Mhm I copied from Wikipedia brahmic scripts thank you for commenting I like Devanagari and Thai yea

  • I like the assamese

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  • Hey!! Arabic, Chinese, Malayalam and Tamil look most beautiful to me but the only script that I understand besides English i. e. Devanagiri is the best (I'm a little biased) :P.

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  • Chinese, Korean, and Japanese are beautiful to look at.

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  • Bengali devangiri tamil and chinese

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  • I love the Korean written language. It looks super futuristic to me.

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  • The one I can understand hahaha

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  • Chinese, japanese and korean, they all look the same to other people lol but quite beautiful. I think the arabic script looks very beautiful. I remember granddad writing in urdu ( spoken in pakistan,

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  • I'd say the Arabic but this sentence has no meaning

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