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The development of Jawi script was different from that of Pallava writing which was exclusively restricted to the nobility and monks in monasteries.
It is not too far-fetched to say that the Arabic script was accepted by the Malay community together with their acceptance of Islam and they only took a short time to modify the script and adapt it to suit the spoken Classical Malay – it is written from right to left and has 6 sounds not found in Arabic: ca pa ga nga va and nya.
Many Arabic characters are never used as they are not pronounced in Malay language, and some letters are never joined and some joined obligatorily so.
The oldest remains of Malay using the Jawi script have been found on the Terengganu Inscription Stone, dated 702 H (1303 CE), nearly 600 years after the date of the first recorded existence of Arabic script in the region.
Jawi was used not only amongst the ruling class, but also the common people.
The Islamisation and Malayisation of the region popularised jawi into a dominant script.
Islam was spread from the coasts to the interior of the island and generally in a top-down process in which rulers were converted and then introduced more or less orthodox versions of Islam to their peoples.