• Font Resources
(Remember to look for bitmap fonts only, Lipikar does not support Unicode extended characters or DBCS/MBCS fonts)
The ultimate free font resource on the Internet is the freeware/shareware fonts page on the DMOZ Open Directory Project.
An excellent collection of free Indian fonts (Kannada, Hindi, Marathi, Devnagari, Konkani, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam) are available at Baraha.com, along with a free word processor. Individual fonts are not available, all fonts and the editor are bundled together.
The following is a chart of the scripts of the world and the language(s) they are used by. I have compiled it from several sources on the Internet.
• Languages that can use more than one script
Last but not the least, I am neither a linguist nor an expert on scripts or fonts. So, if you find any of the above information incorrect, I would appreciate if you let me know about it along with your suggestion on how to correct it.
© Santanu Ghosh, 2003-2007, Calcutta, India