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R. K. J O S H I

The Religious World of Letterforms


Various writing systems either pictographic, alphabetic or syllabic in nature, developed in different parts of the world over different time-frames, have been associated with the spoken or written expressions of linguistic thoughts. The individual signs of such systems seem to have been taken for granted and utilized to carry out literary, linguistic tasks through the uni-directional compositions of these signs into words and linear text. The physical appearance of writing signs was evaluated only in terms of their legibility and readability, so as to help the eye to read and the hand to write.


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