Tibetan fonts for download

Click on any font name to download that font:

Using the fonts

  • To use any font, just drop it in your fonts folder.
  • Remember that you need to install a Tibetan keyboard input as well.
  • A good resource for working with Tibetan on computer is Digital Tibetan.
  • More resources for using Tibetan fonts are in the Bod Yig -་ བོད་ཡིག་ section.

About these fonts

  • All of these fonts are Unicode .ttf files. This means they can be used in any system or program.
  • All of these fonts are free and open source.

This page was posted on 19 November 2016; last updated 19 May 2022.

There are 10 comments so far. Have your say at the bottom of the page

  1. 10.
    tsewang, from Dharamshala, sayson 28 April 2021 at 11:21 pm

    I am unable to find DharmaKara Unicode font anywhere in the web, please help!

  2. 9.
    Kunga Delhen sayson 29 May 2019 at 10:03 pm

    None of these links work anymore.

    • 8.
      Web admin sayson 27 June 2019 at 4:32 pm

      So sorry for the problem! And thank you (and others) for telling us. They are now working.

      — Web Admin.

  3. 7.
    Ernesto Alonso, from Puerto Rico, sayson 8 April 2018 at 4:24 am

    I have downloaded some of these fonts to use in Office Word. They appear in the fonts menu, but when one writes, they do not appear as Tibetan signs, but normal occidental fonts. How to make them work? Thank you.

    • 6.
      Web admin sayson 8 April 2018 at 8:15 am

      hi Ernesto — sorry the fonts aren’t working for you. We don’t have the capability here to advise on that, sorry! Although … one thought i have is, are you sure you selected Tibetan keyboard input?

      Best would be find other people who are using Tibetan fonts on MSWindows. And do a Web search. One good resource that i know of is Digital Tibetan. And there is a page there for Tibetan Editing on Windows .
      Thanks for your comment! I added this info to the page in case it helps others in future.

      Hope this helps!
      — Web Admin

      • 5.
        Ernesto Alonso sayson 20 May 2018 at 2:19 am

        Thank you for the response. I do have Apple Macintosh.

        • 4.
          nora, from California, sayson 4 July 2018 at 8:04 am

          It works for me when I select the input keyboard in Tibetan. When the keyboard is set to English, Open Office will display English letters; when it’s set to Tibetan, Open Office will allow me to type in Tibetan. What you do is you go to system preferences > keyboard > input sources. There you select the plus sign at the bottom left. Scroll down to Tibetan and add it. Now when you close it, you can toggle to Tibetan up on the right in the status bar, where it also displays the time and day and battery status etc.

        • 3.
          Web admin sayson 22 May 2018 at 4:35 am

          You are quite welcome.

          > I do have Apple Macintosh.
          duh. i made assumption 🙂
          Hopefully by now you found Digital Tibetan’s Mac page:
          You can also search on the Web and on YouTube

          Mac was handling non-English text input before anybody else, so it should be pretty easy to make it work once you find the right how-to.

          — Web Admin

          • 2.
            namda, from Toronto, sayson 30 April 2019 at 8:01 am

            The fonts are no longer there.

          • 1.
            Web admin sayson 30 April 2019 at 12:38 pm

            hi namda! Thanks for letting us know about the problem. I am figuring it out now and hope to get it back working soon.
            — Web Admin

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