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Punjabi Word Processor in Nastaliq

In Jaspell Jaldi for Windows the “JaScript” called Naskh enables word processing in Punjabi Naskh, and the “JaScript” called Nastaliq enables word processing in Punjabi Nastaliq using these cursive scripts.

The “JaScript” called Gurumukhi enables word processing in Punjabi Gurumukhi in its Brahmi-based form of script.

The method in which these are typed is described under typing.

The guides provided for learning the script and prompting how to type it are described under guides.

If you want to learn how to read these scripts, start with our charts.

Naskh and Nastaliq are typed the same way. Arabic, Farsi (Persian), Pushtu and Urdu Naskh use a common key layout and Romanized representation of sounds, as shown on the key guide for this family. Punjabi is mostly written in Gurumukhi script, but it can also be written in Naskh and Nastaliq.  See separate details on Romanized typing.

Find out more detail about the Naskh Group:  [Arabic Naskh] [Hindustani Naskh] [Persian Naskh] [Punjabi Naskh] [Pushtu Naskh] [Urdu Naskh] 

Find out more detail about the Nastaliq Group: [Arabic Nastaliq] [Hindustani Nastaliq] [Persian Nastaliq] [Punjabi Nastaliq] [Pushtu Nastaliq] [Urdu Nastaliq]

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