Font Inspired by Gandhi

Gandhiji font created in several Indian scripts and English

Gandhiji Font

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A specially designed Gandhiji font is a tribute to Mahatma Gandhi.

The Gandhiji Font was created by Leo Burnett, Mumbai to celebrate the life and work of Mahatma Gandhi. The letters of this Devanagari font were constructed using Gandhiji’s iconic glasses.

Now the font is created in ten scripts out of the outlines of Mahatma Gandhi’s iconic glasses, thus enabling all of India to see through Gandhi’s eyes.

Gandhiji Font

To download Gandhiji font in Hindi, English, and several Indian scripts, visit

Gandhiji Fonts
We believe that Bapu’s teachings have the power to bring back peace and love into the world.
The specially designed fonts, using Bapu’s spectacles, will lend the power of truth and the strength of Bapu’s belief in truth and non-violence, to the words of anyone who uses the fonts.
Relive Bapu’s vision with Gandhijifonts.
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Gandhiji Font has been widely appreciated and supported by various media houses, newspapers, magazines and many social and cultural organizations.

Check out the video to know how Mahatma Gandhi’s iconic glasses inspired the design of the font.


Uploaded by GandhijiFont on May 31, 2011

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    i appreciate the novel idea and creativity of Indian heritage.

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