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Note: Azhagi's Oriya Transliteration Scheme - Modern Style

x, X and ` [character under '~' in English keyboards] are used as modifiers and/or splitters
Vowels

= a, = aa/A, = i, = ee/ii/I, = u, = oo/uu/U = e/ae/E, = ai/oi, = o/oa/O, = au/ou = aM/amx, = aMM/amxx/aMx, = aH = rux, = Rux, = lux, = Lux

+ vowels = ka, = kaa/kA, = ki, = kee/kii/kI, = ku, = koo/kuu/kU = ke/kae/kE, = kai, = ko/koa/kO, = kau/kou = kaM/kamx, = kaMM/kamxx/kaMx, = kaH = krux, = kRux
Consonants

= ka, = Ka/kha, = ga, = Ga/gha, = `ga = ca, = Ca/cha/Cha, = ja, = Ja/jha, = `ja

Important note on "t, T, d, D, th, Th, dh, Dh" In Azhagi's Unicode Editor, if you click on 'Tools->Options' and select the 'classic' style (which is the default style, as such), then the mappings for "t, T, d, D, th, Th, dh, Dh" change (To view the key-mappings table for the same, please visit multi.html and click on 'classic style' link given under your chosen language). In Azhagi+, you can effect this same setting by clicking 'Tools>Options->Other Languages'.

= ta, = Ta, = da, = Da, = Na = tha, = Tha, = dha, = Dha, = na = pa, = Pa/pha, = ba, = Ba/bha, = ma = ya, = Y, = ra, = la, = La, = va, = wa = sha/Sa, = Sha, = sa, = ha = ksha/xa, = j`ja
Consonants with nukta (dot)

Important note on 'ch' In Azhagi's Unicode Editor, if you click on 'Tools->Options' and tick the 'ch, Ch' checkbox, then 'ch' would also take the same mapping as that of 'c'. Various other important options Click here. Herein, you can learn more on the above options too.

= dxa, = Dxa
Shri and Avagraha

= shri, = Sx
Conjuncts (Consonant Clusters) The consonant conjuncts get formed automatically as you keep typing your words.

Numerals

= 1x, = 2x, = 3x, = 4x, = 5x = 6x, = 7x, = 8x, = 9x, = 0x


x, ` and X modifiers

x when applied after certain Oriya letters modifies them. For e.g. kruxpaa = , Rux = , Sx = (avagraha), 1x = (Oriya numeral 1)

Whenever x does not take the role of a modifier, it just prints ''. For e.g. laxman = ` when applied before certain Oriya consonants modifies them. For e.g. = , = , = ` when applied between certain Oriya consonants (like k`h, g`h, t`h, d`h, etc.) helps them to form their natural conjuncts. For e.g. bakkiMghaam = whereas bakkiMg`haam = X or XX can be applied between Oriya consonants to help form consonants with halant symbol. For e.g. baakyaa = whereas baakXyaa = X or XX can be applied between certain Oriya vowels (say 'ai' or 'ou') to help them get separated into their component vowels. For e.g. priyaiMdiyaa = whereas priyaXiMdiyaa =