Limbu Typeface Limbu [Kirati]
Language Kit
$19 USD


XenoType Technologies is the first to provide Unicode support for the Limbu script (also known as Kira[n]ti or Sirijunga) on any computing environment. The Limbu script is used to write Limbu, a minority language spoken predominantly in Nepal and parts of India.

Limbu Font Sample Text

There are several Limbu fonts available on the Internet but our support includes a new font, designed from scratch to match the overall look and feel of the base font provided in most of our products while still maintaining the unique characteristics of the script.

The latest version supports Adobe® InDesign® and Microsoft® Word® under OS X and most applications under Windows and is fully compatible with Unicode 5.2.

This unique script has gone through some changes in the past few decades but it is once again becoming a viable means of communication for Limbu speakers. There is currently work in progress to establish an online resource for Limbu materials to help preserve the language, its heritage and future development.


April 15, 2010

Google Checkout Tips

February 1, 2010

Drepung Upgrade Released
Limbu Update
Lepcha Update

January 31, 2010

Cham Language Support

December 29, 2009

Microsoft Word 2008 Support?!

November 3, 2009

Tibetan Font Upgrade: Drepung

November 1, 2009

Lepcha Kit Upgrade

October 21, 2009

New: Google Checkout

October 2, 2009

Snow Leopard, what have you done?

July 10, 2009

Continuing Khmer Enhancements

May 16, 2009

Adobe InDesign Support: Is it possible?

February 28, 2009

Unicode Syriac Support Added

December 31, 2008

New Khmer Muul Font Released

November 24, 2008

Support for Adobe InDesign Added to Drepung Font

September 20, 2008

New Tibetan Unicode Font: Drepung

August 15, 2008

Support for Mon (Unicode) added

July 19, 2008

Support for Shan (Unicode) added

July 16, 2008

Support for Sgaw Karen (Unicode) added

July 9, 2008

Support for Unicode Burmese 5.1

March 16, 2008

Special Offer for Current Tibetan Language Kit Owners

January 6, 2008

New Tibetan (Unicode) Font: Horyig