Noto Sans Sora Sompeng is an unmodulated (β€œsans serif”) design for texts in the Indic Sora Sompeng script.

Noto Sans Sora Sompeng has multiple weights, contains 42 glyphs, and supports 41 characters from the Unicode block Sora Sompeng.

Supported writing systems

Sora Sompeng

Sora Sompeng (𑃐𑃦𑃝𑃗 𑃐𑃦𑃖𑃛𑃣𑃗) is an Indic syllabary, written left-to-right. Used in India for the Sora language (0.3 million speakers). Created in 1936 by Mangei Gomango to replace non-native scripts previously used for the Sora language: Telugu, Oriya and an IPA-based script. Has 24 letters. Read more on ScriptSource, Unicode, Wikipedia, Wiktionary, r12a.