Aksharyogini Font Installation Help

Operating System: Windows2000 / Windows XP or later (Unicode compliant multilingual supported)

Part 1.
Goto Control panel, select fonts.
Select install new font from the menu.

Select folder where Aksharyogini font is copied.
Select the font from the folder and click on add font.

Part 2.

Goto Control panel, select Enable Regional Language options.
Add supplimental language support by selecting Indic.
Then select language tab, set the input language for Devanagari.

You will get a small icon enabled on taskbar (near time and other icons) for multilingual support.

Part 3.
Once you start your application like MSoffice or Open Office (or any applications supporting Unicode), select the required language EN/HI/MA/SA from the icon. Select Aksharyogini font for input and start typing in the application.

Operating System: Linux

Simplest way to use the font in a Linux system is to create a .fonts directory in the user’s home directory and copy the font in that directory. Logout and login again and the font will be available to the user. Please note that the font will be available for that particular user only.

If you want to use the font for all the users in the system, just copy fonts under /usr/share/fonts/truetype and run fc-cache -f -v as root

You can also check out the documentation available on these webpages:



For help on keyboard map, please refer the keyboard map file.

Aksharyogini Font is primarily focused on Marathi language. The above keyboard shows the basic characters and few conjuncts which we can type directly. But there are some glyphs which we can not see on keyboard can be composed by following way:-

To get
in Devanagari- Press Shift-Control-Alt-x.

To get (Avagraha)- Select Language Sanskrit. Then Type Shift-Control-Alt-Full Stop.

To get (Double Danda)- Select Language Sanskrit. Then Type Control-Alt-Full Stop.

You can also check out some samples from the samples page.