Type Matters.

All these fonts are based on mostly classic designs. I only added glyphs with diacritical marks that are required for Roman transliteration of Indic scripts. For some of these fonts I modified a few glyphs, or added kerning pairs.
These fonts are strictly for private use and publication of transcendental literature. Please send me an E-Mail
if you are interested to try any of these fonts. The majority of them is unicode-compliant (utf-8) and in the format of
OpenType either as .otf or .ttf 
If you like to understand more about font technology and diacritics, you might want to read my non-technical blog-entry Using Characters with Diacritics – for Non-Geeks.

Quote for April 2019

kṛṣṇa—sūrya-sama; māyā haya andhakāra
yāhāṅ kṛṣṇa, tāhāṅ nāhi māyāra adhikāra

 

Kṛṣṇa is compared to sunshine, and Māyā is compared to darkness. Wherever there is sunshine, there cannot be darkness. As soon as one takes to Kṛṣṇa consciousness, the darkness of illusion (the influence of the external energy) will immediately vanish..

(Caitanya-caritāmrta, Madhya-līlā 22.31)