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True Type fonts needed - Nandimukhi, Lavanga
braja - Fri, 22 Apr 2005 22:22:46 +0530
Could someone kindly supply me with the Nandimukhi and Lavanga fonts? And if there are others in the family, those too.
I haven't been able to find any information on them at all, but have seem them used recently in a few docs.
Madhava - Fri, 22 Apr 2005 23:09:30 +0530
I wonder where you saw Lavanga, it's custom made for the three books I got published from SKCSM. Advaitadas should have Nandimukhi for you, I ported it from the old Sanskrit-Something encoding to Balaram compatible once upon a time for him and renamed it. I seem to have lost my copy, I haven't been using it since ages.
They're all in the same family as Balaram. There's a good selection of fonts that come with the Vedabase, for example Sabon and Goudy as Balaram-compatible.
braja - Fri, 22 Apr 2005 23:18:11 +0530
Oooooh. I'm busted!
Actually, Lavanga was in a doc that I got from you recently. (A mighty fine document it was too, but I shall say no more.)
And yes, I asked about Nandimukhi having come across it in Advaita's recent doc and something else recently.
I think I have pretty much everything else that is in common use for diacritics.
Jagat - Sun, 01 May 2005 01:22:08 +0530
I have just discovered a program called Rupantar which is available free from the Gita Supersite (http://www.gitasupersite.iitk.ac.in/). If you download this, it will give you a large number of Devanagari fonts with different encodings. More important, it lets you convert from any one of them to any other. Extremely useful.
Gaurasundara - Sun, 09 Oct 2005 07:24:37 +0530
If anyone has Nandimukhi font, please send it to me or let me know where I can get it. I've recently received a devotee's translation of CC 2.8 and I cannot read it since it's in Nandhimukhi.