Devanagari


Devanagari is an abugida (alphasyllabary) writing script of India and Nepal, rooted in ancient Brahmi. Besides used for Hindi, the most common language of India, it is used for another 120 languages in South-East Asia.

Blogs 5

November and October, global font families inspired by an industrial heritage, now support the two most widely used Indian scripts.
10 September 2019
Typotheque now supports two additional South Indian writing scripts, Kannada and Telugu, and releases a new Devanagari font featuring classical contrast and proportions.
20 May 2019
From now on, Typotheque cease to use Std/Pro font suffixes, and instead proposes to use standartised suffixes that identify language support in fonts.
18 April 2019
Over a decade in development, Ping is a new, not-so geometric Sans.
25 March 2019
Greta Sans Devanagari is the largest typeface system of interrelated styles produced for any Indic language, suitable for small text and headlines.
4 September 2017

Authors 3

Arya Purohit is a Type Designer and Graphic Designer from Mumbai. After completing an internship with Seenk, Paris and working as a designer for ASDS,...
Parimal Parmar is a designer from India with special interest in type and identity design, graduated from D J Academy of Design, Coimbatore, India. Hi...
Hitesh Malaviya (Rocky) is a Type Designer and Graphic designer from India. After graduating from the Faculty of Fine Arts, M.S. University of Baroda ...

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A collection of international multilingual Unicode global fonts for all world languages for local and global audiences, and international brands. Latin, non-Latin and CJK fonts.