All these languages have alphabets derived from early forms of the well-known Nagari character of northern India.
Nagari, the name given to the characters In Sanskrit and Hindi alphabets.
They are written in the Nagari alphabet and record various pious foundations.
On the other hand, in the Nagari character, the non-pronunciation of a final a is not indicated.
While the Hunza Thum is a tyrant, the Nagari ruler has little voice in the government.