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Shobhika [K. Ramasubramanian]

A free Devanagari / Latin / Cyrillic typeface developed at IIT Bombay in 2016 in the context of the Science and Heritage Initiative, IIT Bombay and the Cell for Indian Science and Technology in Sanskrit, IIT Bombay. The font was developed at IIT Bombay under the guidance and supervision of Professor K. Ramasubramanian and Professor Girish Dalvi, members of the Cell for Indian Science and Technology in Sanskrit (CISTS), and the Industrial Design Centre (IDC), respectively. The project was conceptualised and led by Aditya Kolachana at the CISTS. There were various contributions by Yashodeep Gholap, Vishvendra Singh Poonia, Abhishek Sharma, and Rohit Saluja.

Shobhika is based in part on Yashomudra (2015, copyright of Rajya Marathi Vikas Samstha) and PT Serif (2010, Paratype). The Latin component of the font not only supports a wide range of characters required for Roman transliteration of Sanskrit, but also provides a subset of regularly used mathematical symbols for scholars working with scientific and technical documents.

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