|ISO 15924||Dogr, 328 , Dogra|
|The Brahmic script and its descendants|
The Dogri script (also known as Dogra Akkhar script) is a writing system originally used for writing the Dogri language in Jammu and Kashmir in the northern part of the Indian subcontinent. The Takri script version of Jammu is known as Dogra Akkhar
Dogri was included on the signboards at Jammu Tawi railway station. This triggered enthusiasm among particularly the youngsters who were in large numbers sharing it on the social media.
Although the language has been given recognition at the central level, but there were allegations of the Jammu and Kashmir government giving it “step-motherly” treatment. Adequate steps were not being taken to teach the language at the school and college levels.
Main article: Dogra (Unicode block)
The Dogri script was added as a Unicode block to the Unicode Standard in June, 2018 (version 11.0).
The Unicode block is named Dogra, at U+11800–U+1184F, and contains 60 characters:
Official Unicode Consortium code chart (PDF)