Technical information about ISO 15924 script code
Technical information about the script code
Tibt can be found below.
Tibetan script, originating from the 7th century AD, is primarily used to write the Tibetan language, indigenous to Tibet, Bhutan, and parts of Nepal and India. Historically attributed to Thonmi Sambhota, this script is essential to Tibetan Buddhism. Modern computers and operating systems support it with Unicode encoding, allowing for its widespread digital use.
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