Kannada Kagunita Full PDF

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Kannada is written with the Kannada alphabet. It is an abugida of the Brahmic family. Kannada & Telugu alphabets are essentially regional calligraphic variants of a single script. This script is also used to write the Telugu language, Banada Language, ,Tulu Language, onkani by the Konkani diaspora in coastal Karnataka. what is called for kagunita in English.

Kannada script has 49 characters in its alphasyllabary and is phonemic. The characters are classified into three categories:

  • Swaras (Vowels)
  • Vyanjanas (Consonants)
  • Yogavaahakas (part Vowel, part Consonants)

Main Contents:

Kannada Kagunita

Vowels – (Kannada Kagunita Akshara- Kannada Alphabets ): 

There are 14 vowels in Kannada Kagunita  (kannada Script)

Kannada Kagunita Full PDF


The Yogavaahaka’s  include two letters:

Kannada Kagunita Akshara PDF

Consonants :

There are two types of consonants in Kannada Script (structured and unstructured consonants)

Structured Consonants

Kannada Kagunita Ka To La PDF

Un Structured Consonants:

Kannada Kagunita

Numerals :

kannada alphabets


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3 Responses

  1. Mallikarjuna says:

    Thank you very much, this page helped me to learn Kannada.

  2. Surendra Bharadwaj says:

    I am from Uttarakhand.
    I am a big fan of Kannada culture and wants to learn Kannada.
    I am starting to learn Kannada and yours site helps me a lot.

    Very soon, I will write my “Thank you Letter” to you in Kannada.

  3. Basaveswara says:

    Thank you very much. Even though my mother tongue is Kannada, forgotten the Kaagunitha. When I wanted to teach my daughter I started referring this site and it was very useful and Informative. Once again Thank you very much.

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