First Click Here To Download Bangla Font ZIP File

 

If you are using Windows Vista or later version, the contents of this site are compatible with the system fonts you already have in your computer.


For Windows XP or earlier version you have to install a Unicode font which supports Bengali. It's a matter of few seconds to install the font by following the given instructions.

1. For Windows XP or earlier version Download the font.
2. Copy and paste it to your system's "Fonts" directory. You can find this directory by two simple ways:

run

Start > Run > type "fonts" and click OK

controlpanel

Go to start > control panel > fonts and paste bangla fonts

There might be some problem like broken Bengali text in some browsers like opera. In this case you have to install complex script supporter. You can download it here and easily install it by following the given instruction.

1. Dowload the IComplex installer*
2. Double click on the downloaded installer to install it.
After a restart we hope, you will have no more problems with Bengali fonts.

If your mobile support bangla unicode and complex script, you can view this site. Otherwise follow the instructions.
1. Download Opera Mini from http://mini.opera.com/
2. Install and Run Opera Mini
3. Type "opera:config" at the address bar and press ok.
4. Change the settings "Use bitmap fonts for complex scripts" to "Yes" and click the "Save" button.
5. Now you can view this site in your mobile by Opera Mini.

 

If any problem persists then go to following steps according to your Operating System and Browser.

Operating System Settings

Windows XP (Service Pack 2)

  • You need to have Internet Explorer (IE6+), Opera (Opera 9) or Firefox (1.5+) to view Bangla Properly.
  • You need Unicode Bangla Font in your System. We recommend SolaimanLipi.
  • You need Complex Scripts (Indic Text) support from your Operating System.


Windows 95, 98, ME and NT

  • These operating systems contain no support for Bangla script but You may be able to view Bangla with Internet Explorer 6.0 with Appropriate Unicode Font. We recommend SolaimanLipi.


Windows Vista

  • Bangla script support is automatically enabled.
  • Just Install Unicode Bangla Font. We recommend SolaimanLipi.


Mac OS X


Gnome

  • You do not need to do anything to enable viewing of Indic text in Gnome 2.8 or later. Ensure you have Bangla Unicode fonts.


KDE

  • You do not need to do anything to enable viewing of Indic text. Ensure you have appropriate Unicode fonts for each script you wish to view.

 

Browser Settings


Internet Explorer

  • From menu Select, View -> Encoding -> Unicode (UTF-8) this should work fine if does not then go following steps.
  • From menu, go to "Tools>Internet Options"
  • From this window click on "Fonts"
  • Click on the drop down list for "Language Scripts" and select "Bengali" from this drop down list (you may have to scroll up to locate it)
  • Select any desired Bangla font (SolaimanLipi) for "Web Page Font". Then click ok and ok again


Mozilla Firefox

  • From menu click on "Tools" and select "Options"
  • From this window click on "Content".
  • Click on "Advanced" button.
  • Click on the drop down list for option "Fonts for" select "Bengali" from this list.
  • Complete all the option fields by selecting "SolaimanLipi"
  • Select "Default Character Encoding" as "Unicode (UTF-8)" and click ok.
  • Click ok again to complete your setup.
  • Note: Firefox 3 is working fine. Please, use Firefox 3.


Opera

  • From menu click on "Tools" and select "Preferences"
  • Click on "Advanced" tab, click on "Fonts" from left menu and click "International Fonts"
  • Choose writing system "Bengali" from drop-down list
  • Choose a font (SolaimalLipi) for normal font. click ok until you exit from preferences


Google Chrome

  • Click on the "Tools" icon and Select "Options"
  • On the "Minor Tweaks" tab, click on "Change font and language settings" button
  • On the "Fonts and Languages" dialogue box, click on "Fonts and Encoding" tab
  • Select any Bangla font (SolaimanLipi) as "Serif" and "Sans-serif" fonts
  • Select "Unicode (utf-8)" as the "Default Encoding"
  • Click OK and Click Close


Safari

  • Open Safari, Goto Edit -> Preferences
  • Click on Appearance
  • On the Standard Font and Fixed-Width Font, Select Solaimanlipi in both Fields and Leave the font size as it was
  • Click on Default Encoding, and select Unicode (UTF-8) and close the box
  • Restart Safari


Opera mini
- Mobile Device

  • Write opera:config into the address bar then enter
  • Set "Use Bitmap font for complex script" to "Yes"
  • Save

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