Google Tamil Fonts

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Jan 20, 2008, 3:57:58 AM1/20/08
Tamil (தமிழ்) is the native language of the Tamil ethnic group, and has official status in Sri Lanka, Singapore, and Tamil Nadu state in India.
In 2004, it was the first language to be declared one of India’s six Classical Languages, before even Sanskrit.
Tamil is written using the Tamil script, which is one of many scripts derived from the ancient Brahmi system.
It is categorized as an abugida, meaning that unlike alphabets such as Greek or Latin, is not written with complete vowels.
The 18 consonants of Tamil are written in full, and vowels are represented with the use of diacritics which modify the consonant letter.
Compared to other Brahmic scripts, ligatures which combine consonants into one symbol are used rarely in Tamil.
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Jan 26, 2008, 6:00:57 AM1/26/08
Also, certain distinctions between consonants are not represented in Tamil writing, though they are usually clear in other Brahmic scripts which have a larger inventory of consonant characters.
The earliest confirmed examples of Tamil writing date back to the 3rd century BCE.
These early inscriptions used a slightly adapted form of the Brahmi script, called Tamil-Brahmi.
However, this script fell out of use and was replaced by, or developed into, other Brahmic scripts like Grantha, Pallava and Vatteluttu.
Over time, a new system was created on the basis of these, and became the modern Tamil script. As is the case with a number of Brahmic scripts of southern India and elsewhere, rounded shapes developed as a result of writing on palm leaves, which tend to tear if written on with straight lines.
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Nov 30, 2012, 4:05:29 PM11/30/12
If you want to use Tamil fonts online without downloading, you can use our text generator below.
The following tool will transform your text into graphics with your selection of fonts, colors, and text effects.
You can then save the image or use the EMBED button to get image links.
ENTER FONT SIZE. SELECT AN OUTLINE.
You have forwarded some old mails (posted in Jan 2008!!!) from our 'Azhagi' group.
Other than that, I do not find any related queries from you. Probably you missed them when you sent your message? If so, kindly send them again.
In case you are looking for FREE fonts, 100s of them are available at http://azhagi.com/freefonts.html and http://azhagi.com/unicodeff.html
TamilFonts.net is the largest online repository for free Tamil Fonts. This portal is dedicated in providing wide range of quality, elegant and artistic fonts in Tamil Language. Visit Top Downloaded Telugu Fonts to quickly get the list of most downloaded and preferred Tamil fonts.
Downloading fonts is very easy using this portal.
You can search for the desired Tamil Font using the Advanced Search Tool or surf through the most downloaded and top rated Tamil fonts using our dedicated pages in the navigation bar.
Furthermore, the most important aspects to consider is that - no account creation is required to download the desired fonts.These fonts are useful for Personal and Professional or Business Purposes.
You can download these fonts and install them in your system and quickly get started with your blog post, designs, articles in Tamil Language.

On Saturday, 26 January 2008 10:30:57 UTC+5:30, Team 'A z h a g i' wrote:
Please see http://free.azhagi.com to download and use azhagi basic version for free and send emails easily using it.
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Nov 30, 2012, 7:26:43 PM11/30/12

From: Viswanathan (a z h a g i . c o m)
To: azhagi google group
Sent: Friday, 30 November 2012 3:05 PM
Subject: Re: [A z h a g i] Re: tamil fonts

You have forwarded some old mails (posted in Jan 2008!!!) from our 'Azhagi' group.
Other than that, I do not find any related queries from you. Probably you missed them when you sent your message? If so, kindly send them again.
In case you are looking for FREE fonts, 100s of them are available at http://azhagi.com/freefonts.html and http://azhagi.com/unicodeff.html
In case you wish to send emails in Tamil (or in general, wish to type in Tamil, Hindi, Sanskrit, Telugu, Assamese, Bengali, etc. in ANY application) using Azhagi+, it is just a one-step process - it is at http://azhagi.com/oper-plus.html#dtany
viswanathan::az-wiki::az-india::service::seva::anthony
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Sent: Friday, November 30, 2012 3:39 PM


On Saturday, 26 January 2008 10:30:57 UTC+5:30, Team 'A z h a g i' wrote:
Please see http://free.azhagi.com to download and use azhagi basic version for free and send emails easily using it.
Also see
http://www.mazhalaigal.com/ tamil/azhagi.html for a step-by-step demonstration on how to send emails easily using azhagi.
I would like to send mails in Tamil. can someone help me download Tamil fonts. such that the same English key board can be used to type and pass the information. thanks.
call me RaSu
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