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Aabohi Tamil Font
For multi purpose use including official, business and general use. Elegant and this is No 1 font to type in tamil.

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Amudham Tamil Font
Another Popular fonts for the use in official document. Slightly stronger than Aabohi.PREVIEW IT NOW!
 Windows / Mac / Linux  366

Anangu Valluvar
Bold and Strong like every Tamil People. Use this font to draw the attention of the reader to the text.

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 Windows / Mac / Linux  165

Anbe Sivam
Bold and Strong but yet elegant tamil font. Preview and Download it NOW!!!
 Windows / Mac / Linux  346

Baamini Tamil Font
Yet Another Bold, Strong and Elegant Font. Use for Official and other daily use. Yes, download is FREE.
 Windows / Mac / Linux  269

Boopalam Tamil Font
Italic and Bold. Use this on official document and other daily purpose documents to emphasis and draw attention of the user to the section of the text.

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 Windows / Mac / Linux  140

Divya Tamil Font
Slightly short and but bold and strong. Importantly it is stylish too.
 Windows / Mac / Linux  131

Eelanadi Tamil Font
Eelanadu is one of the Unique font in this font category. You need to preview this font and download it.
 Windows / Mac / Linux  167

Jaffna Tamil Font
Eye pleasing, stylish and a font with WOW Factor. This font definitely have a X-FACTOR.

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 Windows / Mac / Linux  218

Ila Sndaram Tamil Unicode Font
10 widely popular Tamil Unicode Fonts to choose from. Widely supported on all platform. Mobile, Tablet and Desktop.
 Windows / Mac / Linux  221

Kalki Tamil Font
Bold, Elegant and Strong.
 Windows / Mac / Linux  208

Kamaas
Extra Bold, Extra Strong, Italic and Stylish. True Type: Outlines. Preview Available.
 Windows / Mac / Linux  148

Kalaimakal
Extra Strong, Italic, Soft Edge. Another Stylish Tamil font with classic look. Preview and Download it NOW!
 Windows / Mac / Linux  144

Keeravani
The unique and modern font with the characters representing the digital clock look. This font definitely has a style.
 Windows / Mac / Linux  192

Kilavi Tamil Font
Stylish? Yes.
Classic? Yes.
Bold and Strong? Positive.
Must Download? Absolutely.
 Windows / Mac / Linux  172

Nagananthini
In terms of style this is by far the No. 1 Tamil Font on this page if not on this planet earth. Has a gothic look with the fish-tail edge on the character.
 Windows / Mac / Linux  130

Ravi B Tamil Font
Extra Extra Bold, Eye catching Font. Oh! like any other tamil font this comes with a style.
 Windows / Mac / Linux  112

Ravi D Tamil Font
This is Normal Ravi font with refreshingly stylish look.
 Windows / Mac / Linux  95

Ravi C Tamil Font
Sarif Font like a Times New Roman Style. Have a Look on this font.
 Windows / Mac / Linux  170

Saraswathy Tamil Font
I will call this a font with style and long tail. Confused? Preview the font.
 Windows / Mac / Linux  153

Tamil Canada Font
One of the Elegant and Canadish look and Long Tail.
 Windows / Mac / Linux  165

Tamil Web Font
Short, Slim, Beautiful Font.
 Windows / Mac / Linux  191
 How to Install Tamil Font?
  1. Download the selected Tamil Font.
  2. Extract Zipped Tamil Font using RAR Software
  3. Go to Control Panel, and open the "Fonts" Folder.
  4. Copy the font from the extracted folder and paste it into the "Fonts" Folder.

Tamil /ˈtæmɪl/ (tamiḻ, [t̪ɐmɨɻ]) is a Dravidian language spoken predominantly by Tamil people of South India and North-east Sri Lanka. It has official status in the Indian states of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Tamil is also a national language of Sri Lanka and an official language of Singapore and Mauritius. It is also chiefly spoken in the states of Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Andaman and Nicobar Islands as one of the secondary languages. It is one of the 22 scheduled languages of India and was declared a classical language by the government of India in 2004. Tamil is also spoken by significant minorities in Malaysia, Canada, South Africa, Fiji, Germany, United States, Netherlands, Mauritius and Réunion as well as emigrant communities around the world.

Tamil is one of the longest surviving classical languages in the world. It has been described as "the only language of contemporary India which is recognizably continuous with a classical past." and having "one of the richest literatures in the world". Tamil literature has existed for over 2000 years. The earliest epigraphic records found on rock edicts and hero stones date from around the 3rd century BCE. The earliest period of Tamil literature, Sangam literature, is dated from ca. 300 BCE – 300 CE. to be acknowledged and registered by UNESCO Memory of the World register in 1997 and 2005 were in Tamil. More than 55% of the epigraphical inscriptions (about 55,000) found by the Archaeological Survey of India are in the Tamil language. According to a 2001 survey, there were 1,863 newspapers published in Tamil, of which 353 were dailies. It has the oldest extant literature amongst other Dravidian languages. The variety and quality of classical Tamil literature has led to its being described as "one of the great classical traditions and literatures of the world"

Tamil belongs to the southern branch of the Dravidian languages, a family of around 26 languages native to the Indian subcontinent. It is also classified as being part of a Tamil language family, which alongside Tamil proper, also includes the languages of about 35 ethno-linguistic groups such as the Irula, and Yerukula languages (see SIL Ethnologue).

As a Dravidian language, Tamil descends from Proto-Dravidian. Linguistic reconstruction suggests that Proto-Dravidian was spoken around the third millennium BC, possibly in the region around the lower Godavari river basin in peninsular India. The material evidence suggests that the speakers of Proto-Dravidian were the culture associated with the Neolithic complexes of South India. The next phase in the reconstructed proto-history of Tamil is Proto-South Dravidian. The linguistic evidence suggests that Proto-South Dravidian was spoken around the middle of the second millennium BC, and that proto-Tamil emerged around the 3rd century BC. The earliest epigraphic attestations of Tamil are generally taken to have been written shortly thereafter. Among Indian languages, Tamil has the most ancient non-Tamilised Indian literature