Devanagari’s libre derivations can be found in several Indian languages including Sanskrit, Hindi, Marathi, Kashmiri, Sindhi, Bihari, Bhili, Konkani, and Bhojpuri. Furthermore, Nepali can be written in Nepali using it.
The initial release of Cambay includes both Regular and Bold weights along with uniform lettering. Also included in the font set is a bold & oblique style.
This font is licensed under the SIL Open Font License, Version 1.1. The same applies to Exo Font Family, Breaking Bad Font, and Rawengulk Font Family, which are all free for commercial purposes.
Cambay Font Family
The oblique styles of its fonts are slanted and only require the bare minimum of optical adjustments. A few special signs, numerals, and upper-lower case letter schemes comprise the alphabet.
The typeface’s texture can be seen by previewing the image we included with each character. Because it has uniformed lettering, any design it appears in will be versatile.
An extensive set of alternates and weights together with support for a wide range of languages make this an ideal font for regular design work. It can be practiced wherever you want.
You can use it to compose books, posters, video titles, banners, invitations, business cards, textures, logos, and covers for books.
In addition to using it as the default web font for a blog, it will also make sense to use it in games. According to its unique characteristics and popularity, this font is also listed at Google Fonts.
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