Kohinoor Gujarati is an all-around typeface for graphic designers, software engineers and branding specialists. With a clear appearance, it is easy to work with and inviting to read. Kohinoor Gujarati’s counter forms are open, and the shapes of its vowel marks are not fussy. The glyphs’ strokes are low-contrast. These features lend text set in the typeface an elegance that makes Kohinoor Gujarati suitable for both body and display sizes. The family includes five upright styles and each font contains 672 glyphs – a character set fully supporting all necessary Gujarati conjuncts and ligatures, as well as the glyphs needed for Hindu Gujarati, Parsi Gujarati and the Kutchi languages. Satya Rajpurohit developed Kohinoor Gujarati over five years, from 2009 to 2014. The design is part of Kohinoor Multiscript, ITF’s first super-family. Begun with the goal of supporting all of the major Indian languages while harmoniously translating a single design aesthetic across each writing system, Kohinoor Multiscript currently supports over 150 languages that are spoken natively by 1.5 billion people. The super-family is an ideal choice for text-heavy multilingual projects, including those from the areas of corporate design, electronic-embedding in apps, navigation or signage systems, print publications, product instruction manuals and television subtitling. Thanks to its low-contrast monolinear strokes and the open counters, Kohinoor Gujarati is a visual equal to humanist sans serif typefaces for the Latin script. Kohinoor Gujarati offers a similar colour to texts set in the Gumukhi, Latin, Tamil or Devanagari sub-families from Kohinoor Multiscript.
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|Family Name||Kohinoor Gujarati|
|Release Date||February 10, 2014|
|Available Style||Light, Book, Demi, Medium, Bold|