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Download best and popular Unicode and ANSI Tamil fonts for FREE. Our Tamil fonts is supported on Windows, Mac and Linux Operating system. In addition, get a link to Google web fonts and use them on website by adding them either on CSS or JavaScript file.

Unicode Tamil Fonts

There are many Unicode Tamil fonts available for free download. Below are some of the most popular and beautiful Tamil Unicode Fonts.

Google Tamil Fonts

Google has five popular Tamil web font families that can be used on the website by adding either CSS or JavaScript into source code.


How do I download and install Tamil font?


Open the Windows Explorer and go to C:\Windows\Fonts directory. Then go to Control Panel, click on Fonts, click on "Install New Fonts" and finally go to the directory where you have downloaded and extracted the font file.

Select all the fonts and click ok. This will install the required fonts.

After installation, you should now be able to see the Bengali fonts on Microsoft Word or any other program that support text processing

If you are unable to see the installed font, you might need to restart the computer.


Frequently Asked Questions?


What is the difference between Unicode & ANSI Tamil font?


Both ANSI and UTF-8 are encoding formats. ANSI is a Microsoft-related standard for character and it is used to encode Latin Alphabets. Whereas, UTF-8 is one of the implementations of Unicode that includes more than 128,000 characters.

But, what is Unicode?


Unicode is a universal character encoding standard. It defines how individual character is represented in web pages or any other types of text files and documents.

There are different types of Unicode encoding with UTF-8 and UTF-16 being the most common. The UTF-8 encoding is used on the Web and it is the default encoding standard used in many software programs.

UTF-8 Unicode encoding can support up to four bytes to represent characters. For English character, UTF-8 uses only one byte. European (Latin), Hebrew, and Arabic character are represented with two bytes. On the other hand, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and other Asian characters are represented with three bytes. Some special characters are even represented with four byes.