Pamirian Keyboard (Latin)

The first grammar of the Pamirian Languages was created by an English researcher Robert Show and published in 1877. In order to fix the language material he utilized the Latin alphabet with a certain number of diacritical marks over the vowels. During the period of 1920-1930 in USSR, number of programs were created and focused on preserving the "non-written" languages. Within this program, it was decided to create "writing grammar" for Pamiri languages in which A.M Dyakov, S Klimchickiy, Shonavruzov and N Shambezoda took part. The following keyboard was created based on their respective work. The keyboard can be used for typing Shugni-Rushani, Wakhani, Ishkashimi, Yazgulam, Sarykuli languages which distribution is in the Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Oblast in Tajikistan and Badakhshan Province in Afghanistan. 1877 . . 1920- 1930- . . . . , . , . , . . . : - - - - - - :
Operating System Android