Well, mzybe not so cool: Sanskrit script?

Ashok Aklujkar ashok.aklujkar at UBC.CA
Tue Jan 12 22:52:34 UTC 2010


I meant the comparison to be taken only in the context of spread of Nagari.
But you raise a good question. I have not yet seen a Skt text written in
Mo.dii. The terminology 'secular : religious', however, may turn out to be
only aprroximately applicable. For example, there may be notebooks etc. in
which stotras in regular use are written in  Mo.dii.

Best wishes.


On 10-01-12 1:38 PM, "Allen W Thrasher" <athr at LOC.GOV> wrote:

> I was under the impression that traditionally in Maharashtra Modi was used for
> secular purposes (correspondence and legal and administrative documents) and
> Devanagari aka Balbodh for religious texts.  Is that incorrect?  Also, was
> Modi used for Sanskrit? 

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