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It is also used for a number of other Indian languages including Sylheti and, with one or two modifications, Assamese. It is a Brahmic script although its exact derivation is disputed. Bengali writing shares some similarities with the Dravidian-language scripts, particularly in the shapes of some vowel letters, but it is generally more similar to the Aryan-language scripts, in particular Devanagari. Bengali is an abugida - that is, every consonant letter represents a syllable containing an inherent vowel - written from left to right.
There is no upper- or lower-case. There are thirty-five consonant letters and eleven independent vowel letters, two of which represent the diphthongs [oj] and [ow].
Each vowel letter also has a diacritic form which combines with a consonant to modify the inherent vowel. These can be written to the left or the right of, or above or below the consonant. Some are digraphs , written with part of the letter before and part after the consonant.
These are more commonly found in handwriting, but occasionally in printed text also. There are three modifier signs, khanda-ta represents a final dental stop , anusvara nasalizes a final velar , visarga represents a voiceless breath after a vowel , and chandra bindu nasalizes a vowel.