The 'PG Muskan' fonts are a facsimile of a person's handwriting and are provided in two styles and two weights: Handwritten and Pen, in Medium and Bold.
The 'handwritten' versions take the pressure derived widths of the strokes to produce a version that represents somebody varying the pressure on the pen
as they write each character on a paper or other soft surface.
The 'pen' versions take the paths of each stroke and apply a single-width pen to it as though writing in a felt-tipped pen on a hard surface in the same
way that the Karmic Sanj font family does.
As always, the font characters are in the Unicode space for Gurmukhi and in the phonetic ASCII range.
Note that the Adhak and the Tippee are fairly wide so if you find that they have collided with another above-the-line feature such as a sihari, you can
use the short line mapped to the underscore key to add extra space with a line as required.
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