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Guide To Saanjo Script

Alphabet, supportive signs and silent character of Punjabi/Paano and allied languages make up Saanjo Script. Paano is the naturalized name of Punjabi language.  Saanjo is written from left to write.

Before its genuine script “Saanjo” Punjabi Language remained un-writeable throughout history because of the absence of its genuine script. Borrowed script did not support its peculiar phonics. Saanjo Script was inaugurated on December 3, 2005.

The Guide to Saanjo Script has been developed to give ease to children, youngsters and elders to recognize, read and write the Saanjo alphabet.  Pictorial help is provided for the purpose. A letter is to be pronounced by its sound followed by the name of the thing shown in the picture placed before the letter.

Younger and elders will find added convenience since the name of the letter and its sound has been written in English Language and equivalent English character. Where needed, a  sign has been used as a suffix to  English character to depict equivalence. Beside it, the sound of the letter has been elaborated by using the relevant English word. The Guide is complete as the First Level Book for children with an added feature for younger and elders to qualify Beginner Level Course and become able to teach children of Punjabi /Paano and allied language go, class. “Paano” is the naturalized name of Punjabi Language.

Saanjo Voice Tutorial

Saanjo Voice Tutorial has been developed to learn Saanjo online. Complete voice aid has been provided. Each page bears an icon for the speaker. Clicking it, you will hear the name of the letter, the sound of the letter and the name of the thing shown as picture.

Saanjo is ever first genuine script of Punjabi Language created giving complete provision for many other allied languages in the area around. Phonetic precision is the hallmark of Saanjo Script. Elaboration of general and peculiar phonics of Punjabi language has been depicted through letters, supportive signs and silent character. Aided by voice, peculiar phonics becomes clear to the listeners.

Saanjo Made Easy Guide

Those who want an introduction to Saanjo Script – an all people script- they will find it easy since Saanjo Made Easy Guide is fully backed by English transliteration. Where needed English alphabet has been aided by a sign to attempt to show its equivalence with the Saanjo character, e.g nasal sound, silent character, letters about peculiar phonics and letters which cannot be depicted with equivalent English letters because they do not exist. Listening to Saanjo Voice Tutorial will give more help to understand  Saanjo Made Easy Guide.

Saanjo Broad-Reach Guide

Saanjo Script has been invented for Punjabi and other dialects and languages in the area around. Saanjo is all people script. All people will surely like to opt Saanjo Script, a genuine one created for their languages and bearing exceptional features such as its math, science, IT and computer perfect compatibility.  Saanjo Broad-Reach Guide has been developed for a broad reach.

Saanjo Broad Reach Guide carries all the features of Guide to Saanjo Script. Giving it broad reach adjacent to the Saanjo alphabets,  the Sindhi letters ( worked out a version of Persian/Urdu script), Urdu letters (a modified version of Persian Script), Roman letters and Gurumukhi letters ( a modified version of Brahmic Script), have been placed for the ease of people familiar with aforementioned scripts. Where necessary,  signs have been attached with Urdu, Gurmukhi, Sindhi and English characters to establish phonetic equivalence.

Saanjo Introductory Audio Table

On occasions, a viewer would like to get an introduction to Saanjo Script quickly. Saanjo Introductory Audio Table will serve the purpose in such a situation. The icon of the speaker has been placed adjacent to the alphabet. Clicking it, it will read the name of the letter, the sound of the letter and name of the relevant thing. The table will be helpful to children to rehearse to recognize and read, again and again.

Peculiar Phonics Elaborating Audio Table

Punjabi  Paano: Naturalized name of Punjabi ) Language remained (before its genuine script “Saanjo” ) un-writeable throughout history because of the absence of its genuine script. Borrowed scripts did not support its peculiar phonics. Saanjo Script was inaugurated on December 3, 2005.

Peculiar Phonics Elaborating Audio table, an audio supported page from the Guide to Saanjo Script displays some of the peculiar of the language and accordingly use of relevant letters, supportive signs and silent character. Viewers need to go through the complete guide to understand the full peculiarities of the Punjabi Language.

Saanjo Fonts ( Chanan Mukh)

Alphabet, supportive signs and silent character of Punjab/Paano and allied languages make up Saanjo Scripts. Paano is the naturalized name of Punjabi language.

Saanjo Fonts having perfect math, science, information technology and computer and computer-aided calligraphic compatibility are easily installable on the computer. The name of the font style, here, given is Chanan Mukh ( Chanan is the name of river having historical symbolic association for love).

When the new font styles will be developed, they will be given names Ravi, Jhelum , Sindh mukh , etc after the names of rivers in the area around.

Saanjo Fonts run in all computer applications , that is Microsoft Word , Microsoft , Excel , Microsoft Power Point , Auto Cad , in short all. You can down load and install on your computer in almost no time. It will appear in Font Style Selection window along with English Font Styles. It appears as ray of fonts in selection bar and when clicked it appears with name “ Saanjo Chanan Mukh” in the Font window.

Saanjo Key Board Immage

When font “ Saanjo Chanan Mukh” will been installed , Key board gets converted into “ Saanjo Key Board” automatically. With Cap Log on and Cap Lock off, key board holds all Saanjo Fonts.

The key position of most Saanjo alphabet has key position of equivalent English alphabets, phonetically.

Key Positions “ U ”  and “O “ have been assigned for supportive signs of Saanjo Script. Using Caps Lock on and off position , desired positioning  of supportive is obtained . Key position “ I “ bears two supportive signs – using Caps Lock option.

The second to top row which bears numerals has been assigned positions for vowels of Saanjo Script.

Pressed “Shift” the same, second to top, row will type numerals – the same numerals as shown on the English key Board.

It is hoped that Saanjo lovers will get Saanjo Key Board manufactured with print on Saanjo alphabets on them in due course.