Windows XP and Windows Vista
Windows 98 and Windows 2000 With IE 6.0+
Windows XP and Server 2003 Users
Mac and iPhone

How to install the font?

1) Download AnjaliOldLipi font and paste in FONTS folder.

2) Get USP10.DLL and paste in Program Files-->Internet Explorer folder.

Once you install the font and place the dll file as mentioned, restart the system.

Even now if you can't view Malayalam fonts do the following step:

Go to 'Tools->Internet Options' and select 'Fonts' and choose AnjaliOldLipi

If the problem still persists go for step 2.

Step 2:

Go to Start > Settings > Control Panel > Regional Options > General [Tab]


In the "Language settings for this system" frame, check the box next to "Indic".


Copy the appropriate files from the Windows 2000 CD when prompted.

If prompted, reboot your computer once the files have been installed.

Windows XP and Server 2003 Users

Go to Start > Control Panel.

If you are in "Category View" select the icon that says "Date, Time, Language and Regional Options" and then select "Regional and Language Options".

If you are in Classic View select the icon that says "Regional and Language Options".


Select the "Languages" tab and make sure you select the option saying "Install files for complex script and right-to-left languages (including Thai)". A confirmation message should now appear - press "OK" on this confirmation message.


Allow the OS to install necessary files from the Windows XP CD and then reboot if prompted.

Unicode support in IE browser before version 6.0 is not good. We recommend you upgrade to atleast IE 6.0+


For Linux Operating System:

Copy one of the Malayalam fonts file from Malayalam Fonts to .fonts directory in the User's home directory. If .fonts directory does not exist in the home directory, please create it. Finally run the command 'fc-cache' from the command prompt.

It is very important to restart the browser, only then you will be able to read the content in Malayalam.

Mac and iPhone/iPad Users:

Mac : Additional fonts and language kits are required for customers to view web pages in Malayalam.

We recommend Users to use Mac OS X 10.4 and Safari 2.0 to view the Unicode fonts without trouble

For font download packages and detailed installation instructions visit:

iPhone : iOS 4.2.1 supports Indian languages (iPhone & iPad). There is no need to install any fonts as it is part of the OS


Indian Language support:

The following link has information about enabling Indian Language support in various operating systems,

Indian Language support