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  • This is a TeX font for the Bengali script. The package also supports Assamese.

    LinkBengali TeX Font
    Copyright© 2002 Anshuman Pandey
    LicenseUse, study, modification and redistribution allowed - see details below

    LaTeX Project Public License

    ContributorSteph Holloway
  • Vijay K. Patel's Bengali font is a TrueType font, scaleable from size 4 to 127. It also supports Bold, Italic, and Italic Bold text. The font is for sale at USD 24.95 plus shipping and handling.
    This font is not Unicode-encoded and cannot be used to prepare or display Unicode text.

    LinkBengali Vijay Font
    Requirements

    MS Windows 3.0/3.1/95/NT, or for Mac users, system 6.0.5 or higher.

    Copyright© 1994 Vijay K. Patel
    LicenseRestricted - see terms below

    Use requires purchase of a license - contact the distributor

    ContributorSteph Holloway
  • The Early Buddhist Manuscripts Project (EBMP) at the University of Washington hosts fonts and keyboards for typesetting text in the Devanagari, Bengali, Tibetan and Kharoshthi scripts. EBMP fonts are designed by Andrew Glass and are available for free download in TTF format.

    LinkEBMP Fonts / Keyboards
    Copyright © 1998-1999 Andrew Glass for the British Library / University of Washington Early Buddhist Manuscripts Project
    LicenseRestricted - see terms below

    These fonts are available for free download, installation and use. Restrictions may apply to the modification and / or distribution of the fonts.

    ContributorSteph Holloway
  • Ekushey has produced twelve Unicode-encoded Bengali fonts in OTF format, for free download. Ekushey Durga, Ekushey Punarbhaba, Ekushey Saraswatii, Ekushey Sharifa, and Ekushey Sumit are recommended by the  South Asian Language Resource Centre at the University of Chicago. Ekushey fonts are suitable for use with Windows and Linux PCs.

    LinkEkushey Bengali Fonts
    Copyright© 2005-2007 Ekushey
    LicenseSIL Open Font License 1.1 Allows use, study, modification, redistribution
    ContributorSteph Holloway
  • Modular InfoTech provides font packages for typing in the Devanagari, Gujarati, Gurmukhi, Bengali, Assamese, Oriya, Tamil, Kannada, Telugu, Malyalam, Arabic for Sindhi, and Sinhala scripts.
    A Braille-transfer system is also provided, which converts text typed in one of the supported Indian scripts into Braille.
    Some font packages are free to download, others are available to purchase online.

    LinkModular InfoTech
    Copyright© 2000-2017 Modular Infotech
    LicenseRestricted - see terms below

    Use requires the purchase of a license. Please contact supplier for details.

    ContributorSteph Holloway
  • Freelang is a non-profit project started in 1997 and developed by the user community. The site hosts dictionaries, translation software, and fonts for a wide variety of languages.

    LinkFreelang Fonts
    Copyright© Beaumont 1997-2011(Please note: this copyright refers to the Freelang site, not to the individual fonts hosted there.)
    LicenseRestricted - see terms below

    All the fonts provided by Freelang are either freeware or shareware. However they remain the property of their respective authors and there may be restrictions on their use or distribution. Please check the individual license information for any font you download.

    ContributorSteph Holloway
  • Google has been developing a font family called Noto, which aims to support all languages with a harmonious look and feel. Noto is Google’s answer to tofu. The name Noto is to convey the idea that Google’s goal is to see “no more tofu” (tofu being the nickname for the small square boxes displayed when characters are missing from a font). Noto has multiple styles and weights, and is freely available to all.

    LinkGoogle Noto Fonts download
    CopyrightCopyright Google Inc. All Rights Reserved.
    LicenseSIL Open Font License 1.1 Allows use, study, modification, redistribution
    ContributorLorna Evans
  • Indix is an Indian Language Support site hosting fonts in a number of Indian scripts, for free download.

    LinkIndix
    Copyright© 2005 Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC)
    LicenseGNU General Public License 2.0 (GPLv2) Allows use, study, modification, redistribution
    ContributorSteph Holloway
  • INDOLIPI is a multipurpose tool box for indologists and linguists. It contains Open Type fonts for the Grantha, Bengali, Devanagari, Gujarati, Gurmukhi, Kannada, Malayalam, Oriya, Sinhala, Tamil, Telugu and Tibetan scripts. The package also provides a Latin transliteration font.

    LinkINDOLIPI
    Copyright© Elmar Kniprath 2005-2010
    LicenseRestricted - see terms below

    INDOLIPI is distributed as freeware. It may be used free of charge for scientific and private purposes. No commercial use or distribution of the program as a whole or of any of its components (including the fonts) is allowed, except with written consent of the author.

    ContributorSteph Holloway
  • The following link describes how to add a keyboard layout to Windows that is already supported by Microsoft. More comprehensive information on keyboard installation and use can also be found here  http://scripts.sil.org/KeyboardInstallationAndUse.

  • This is a set of multilingual keyboards for use with Latin alphabets as well as quite a few other scripts. An online keyboard is very helpful when you don't have to type a lot of text. It makes it possible to type within a webpage, copy and then paste your text into a working document. This kind of keyboard is probably not suitable for everyday usage. A regular, installed keyboard might be more suitable for a language that is being constantly typed.

    LinkLexilogos online keyboard
    CopyrightXavier Negre © Lexilogos 2002-2016
    LicenseLicense not specified
    ContributorLorna Evans
  • Sangam Keyboards is a suite of keyboards for South Asian languages that include features such as word-suggestion, auto-correction and next word prediction. The current version supports 11 languages: Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Nepali, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil and Telugu. Some of these languages have two keyboards: one with the native script and another using the Roman script. More languages will be added in the coming versions.

    LinkSangam Keyboards iOS app
    Requirements

    Requires iOS 8.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

    Copyright© 2014 Murasu Systems Sdn Bhd
    LicenseLicense not specified

    Free

    ContributorLorna Evans

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