MFF Khicho . . .

MFF Khicho font Gurmukhi free download

'Khicho' is a Punjabi Unicode and ASCII font in the style of pulled gum (chewing gum, bubble gum or the pulled glucose syrup that you find in the middle of British, seaside rock) The glyphs are in the Gurmukhi Unicode range in the usual way and they are mirrored into the Latin range so that those who are using software that cannot cope with Unicode, can still use it.

It is available just in Ultra-Light but what more would you want.

The font is programmed so that the character changes that appear automatically in the Unicode character set - the paer characters with or without aunkard/dulaunkard marks and one or two others - also appear when using the ASCII range characters.

Example of artwork with MFF Khicho . . .
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This image is 1920 x 1080 pixels so you can have as a desktop wallpaper should be so inclined.

MFF Khicho font gurmukhi free download

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Download MFF Khicho . . .

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TrueType font 'khicho_02.ttf': 76,404 bytes.

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