The Kharoshthi block is a block of the Unicode standard that contains characters used to write the Kharoshthi language, an extinct language spoken by the ancient people of the Indus Valley in what is now Pakistan and northwest India. The Kharoshthi script is an alphabet, with each letter representing a specific sound in the Kharoshthi language. This block contains all the letters needed to write Kharoshthi text, as well as a number of punctuation marks and other symbols. The Kharoshthi block is often used in conjunction with other Unicode blocks to represent Kharoshthi text in digital form.
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