City anchor: Ancient Marathi script gets a new life on Facebook

For someone like Snehal Achrekar, who had already done a course in the script when she was in college, the webpage helped her revive what she had learnt, and forgotten. "The information on the page is very useful and helpful for a beginner as well as an advanced learner," adds Acharekar.

In the coming days, Salaskar plans to introduce videos that would give a demo on writing the script. "As of now, the mode of instruction is limited to Marathi. I plan to replicate the method in English so that the webpage is able to reach a larger audience," adds Salaskar. The page also gives information on books on modi script available in the market.

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