ISO 15919

ISO 15919 is an international standard for the transliteration of Indic scripts to the Latin alphabet. It uses diacritics to map the Indic consonants and vowels to the Latin script. IAST, which is an alternative scheme used for Sanskrit, is slightly different from ISO 15919. Just like the Indian scripts, Baraha supports the Latin text in both ANSI and UNICODE encoding. BRH Latin font is used to display the latin text in ANSI encoding. BRHDev01 font is used to display the latin text in Unicode encoding.

Baraha supports ISO 15919 in the following way:

Following pictures show the mapping of Indic text to Latin characters.