PG Serif . . .

PG Pixel

PG Serif font gurmukhi free download The three 'PG Serif' fonts provide the Gurmukhi equivalents of the two main types of serif fonts that are available in Latin fonts: The Slab serif where a rectangular block is added to the ends of the strokes; and, The Roman-style serif where the block has curves that join the serif to the strokes.

Additionally, the Roman-style serif font has the width of some of the vertical strokes increased by two thirds in order to make it more Roman.

The slab serif font is a thin but full-width font that has a nice, clean, legible appearance with the serifs increasing legibility even more - they are not just some fancy decoration. This font also has a version with Latin characters in the ASCII range.

The Thicker verticals in the Roman-style serif font further add to the legibility of this font.

Both of these font variants are suitable for use both as body text and as a display font.

The names of the fonts in this case are preceded by 'PG' in order to make it easier to locate them as 'Serif' is a generic term and without the 'PG' prefix, they could easily get lost amongst the other fonts called 'Serif'.

Examples of artwork with PG Serif . . .
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Hover the mouse over the images below to show examples of font characters and weights

Download PG Pixel . . .

PG Serif-Roman Regular Gurmukhi free download
Download PG Serif-Roman Regular TrueType font 'pg_serif_r.ttf': 40,044 bytes.
Serif-Slab Light Gurmukhi free download
Download PG Serif-Slab Light TrueType font 'pg_serif_s.ttf': 35,362 bytes.
Serif-Slab Latin Light Gurmukhi free download
Download PG Serif-Slab Latin Light TrueType font 'pg_serif_sl.ttf': 32,660 bytes.
I allow you to use my fonts for free because I believe that everybody should have equal access, regardless of availability of resources. If I insisted on charging for them then you would be looking at anything from around £50 for a single user to £10,000 for a single multinational film production (see here for an idea of the going rates for charged-for fonts from those who do insist that you always pay). You can see from the fact that my fonts are used in so many films that their quality is no less than that of other fonts. However, as the owner of all rights over these fonts, I give you the option of using them without paying.

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