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You can download all Non - English fonts used in this site from the links below.

Font Name Download Link
AnjaliOldLipi (Unicode)
kalakaumudi
Malayalam
Manorama
Matweb
MLW-TTKarthika
MLW-TTRevathi
Panchami
Shree-Mal-0502
Thoolika


To display Malayalam correctly, proceed as follows:

Step 1: Download AnjaliOldLipi Font and copy the font to the 'Fonts' folder.
            (If you have an older version installed in the machine, delete the old one and copy - paste the new one.)
Steps Internet Explorer users Mozilla Firefox users
Step 2 Open Tools > Internet Options > General > Fonts. Open Tools > Options > Content > Fonts & Colors > Advanced.
Step 3 Select 'Malayalam' from 'Language script' drop-down box. Select 'Malayalam' from the 'Fonts for' drop-down box.
Step 4 Select AnjaliOldLipi as the Web Font from the list below. Select AnjaliOldLipi.ttf for all font types.
Step 5: Restart the browser.
* Note: You may need to restart the system if you are installing the font for the first time and if it is not listed in the Font lists.



You may also be interested in typing in Malayalam. The easiest way to type in Malayalam is using Unicode character set privided by AnjaliOldLipi Font. To type in Malayalam, you will require a Unicode font converter like Mozhi Keyman. You can download 'Mozhi Keyman' here. Extract Keyman.zip file and run Keyman.exe.

(To download Mozhi Keyman and additional unicode utilities from its original source, visit http://varamozhi.wikia.com/wiki/Varamozhi)

Restart the system after installing Keyman. Now you can see the Keyman icon in the Windows Taskbar near the time display.
Now you can use Keyman to type in Malayalam in any text editor / other software that supports unicode.

To type in Malayalam while using any editor / other software, click the Keyman icon and select Mozhi Keymap 1.1.1 from the popup menu. The icon will change to the letter 'ka' in Malayalam.

To type Malayalam letters, type the letters as they are pronounced. i.e., like 'amma' (അമ്മ), 'acchhan' (അച്ഛന്‍) etc.
(For details. refer the Character Map.)

To go back to normal English typing, click the Keyman icon and select 'No Keyman Keyboard' from the menu.

For further information, goto http://varamozhi.wikia.com/wiki/Help:Contents/Unicode:_How_To









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