Hindi Font Help

http://personal.vsnl.com/skbhandari/hindihelp.htm

http://www.akshargram.com/sarvagya/index.php/Can_not_See_Hindi

Basically, for Windows XP, the Hindi font should display by default. At the most, you may have to set up browser encoding as UTF. 

Using Windows 2000, follow this:

Start -> Control Panel -> Regional Options -> General -> Language Settings for the system -> Check mark “Indic“.

Most likely you will be prompted to enter the Windows 2000 installation disk. If you don’t have it handy, use the attached zip file: DLL files to install Hindi Font on Windows 2000. Unzip it and point the installer to the files in this folder.

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