සිංහල හෝඩිය (சிங்கள ஹோடிய /sinhala hōḍiya)
சிங்கள அரிச்சுவடி (සිංහල අරීච්චුවඩි)
Sinhala script சிங்கள அரிச்சுவடி (Sinhala: සිංහල අක්ෂර මාලාව; Siṁhala Akṣara Mālāva), also known as Sinhalese script, is a writing system used by the Sinhalese people and most Sri Lankans in Sri Lanka and elsewhere to write the Sinhala language, as well as the liturgical languages, Pali and Sanskrit. The Sinhalese Akṣara Mālāva, one of the Brahmic scripts, is a descendant of the Ancient Indian Brahmi script.
Sinhala script is an abugida written from left to right. Sinhala letters are ordered into two sets. The core set of letters forms the śuddha siṃhala alphabet (Pure Sinhala, ශුද්ධ සිංහල), which is a subset of the miśra siṃhala alphabet