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Gujarati script

The Gujarati script, which like all Nagari[?] writing systems is strictly speaking an abugida rather than an alphabet, is used to write the Gujarati language and resembles Devanagari script without the line. A few letters are different, such as e (when not preceded by a consonant), l, and j. Also its numerical digits[?] are completely different from their Devanagari counterparts.

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