The Bharati point, ⠐, is only used to derive one consonant, ਗ਼ ġa/ɣə/, from the base consonant letter ਗ ga/ɡə/. This system also operates in Hindi Braille and Indian Urdu Braille, but the Punjabi Braille alphabet is closer to Indian Urdu, as all other consonants that are pointed in print, such as ਖ਼ xa, are rendered with dedicated letters in braille based on international values. The six pointed letters in the Gurmukhi script have the following equivalents in braille:
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