In general, alveolar consonants are assimilated into palatal, retroflex or labial.There are more specific descriptions in assimilation combination: Latin script transliteration into Balinese script is based on phonetics.

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The consonants can be arranged into Sanskrit order and hanacaraka traditional order.

The consonants can be arranged in hanacaraka traditional order.

Though everyday use of the script has largely been supplanted by the Latin alphabet, the Balinese script has significant prevalence in many of the island's traditional ceremonies and is strongly associated with the Hindu religion.

The script is mainly used today for copying lontar or palm leaf manuscripts containing religious texts.

Thus, as some Brahmic family (Javanese), consonant cluster is written in stack.

Each consonant letter has a corresponding either gantungan or gempelan (for pa, pha, sa and ṣa only) form, and the presence of gantungan and gempelan eliminate the inherent vowel [a] of the letter it is appended to. Gantungan or gempelan can be applied with pangangge (diacritic) to a letter.

For example, 25 is written with the Balinese numbers 2 and 5.

If the number is written in the middle of a text, carik has to be written before and after the number to differentiate it from the text.

The sequence forms a poem of 4 verses narrating the myth of Aji Saka.

However, the hanacaraka sequence only has the 18 consonants of aksara wreṣāstra () (attached letters) has to be used to represent consonant cluster as zero vowel sign (adeg-adeg) may not used in middle of sentence in general.

The Balinese script, natively known as Aksara Bali and Hanacaraka, is an abugida used in the island of Bali, Indonesia, commonly for writing the Austronesian Balinese language, Old Javanese, and the liturgical language Sanskrit.