Kruti Dev 021 Font Download

Kruti Dev 021 Bold is a Bold TrueType Font. It has been downloaded 9433 times. 9 users have given the font a rating of 4.44 out of 5. You can find more information about Kruti Dev 021 Bold and it's character map in the sections below.


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Kruti Dev 021 Bold is to Kruti what Kabel Ultra is to Kruti Dev . It's Kruti, the next in the series - Kruti Dev 021. Kruti Dev 021 comes in 2 weights - Regular and Bold.

This stylish bangla font can be useful for your PowerPoint Presentations, Office 365 applications, Photoshop and many more.

    • Kruti Dev has its roots in Indic scripts.

The name Kruti means 'script', stemming from the belief that it was created for public signage in South India during the 1920's and 1930's by Goyam Balasahib Pratinidhi, a Marathi Brahmin and calligrapher of repute who had his printing press at Urali Kanchan which is about 25 km from Pune city where he designed this typeface.

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