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Haa Shaviyani


Haa Shaviyani is a Brahmi-based script that was used for writing Dhivehi [div], an Indo-Aryan language
spoken in Maldives, an island republic in the Indian Ocean and on Minicoy (Maliku) Island, part of the
Lakshadweep Island territory of India. The script was used extensively in Maldives, but is not known to
have been used on Minicoy. It is no longer used, having been replaced by Thaana as the formal script for
Dhivehi in the 18th century. Several records important to the history of Maldives are written in Dhives
Akuru.
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Haa Shaviyani is a Brahmi-based script that was used for writing Dhivehi [div], an Indo-Aryan language
spoken in Maldives, an island republic in the Indian Ocean and on Minicoy (Maliku) Island, part of the
Lakshadweep Island territory of India. The script was used extensively in Maldives, but is not known to
have been used on Minicoy. It is no longer used, having been replaced by Thaana as the formal script for
Dhivehi in the 18th century. Several records important to the history of Maldives are written in Dhives
Akuru.
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A Google User
Aug 13, 2014
Add more colours please. You have a picture of a soursop (anoanaa) where it says gnam gnam. Please change that. Also more words under each thaana letter would make the app more useful for kids. Keep up the good work
A Google User
Jun 6, 2014
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Mar 2, 2014
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A Google User
Feb 22, 2014
Nice. My kid love this Wonder full app but I think it ll be better with letters pronounce sound. Good work though
A Google User
Feb 17, 2014
No sound of latter Not good