Lateef is named after Shah Abdul Lateef Bhitai, the famous Sindhi mystic and poet. It is intended to be an appropriate style for use in Sindhi and other languages of southern Asia.
Lateef is intended to be an appropriate style for use in Sindhi and other languages of southern Asia. Seven weights for this typeface family are included. A type sample showing an inventory of some of the unusual of glyphs and features can be seen here: design type samples.
This font uses state-of-the-art OpenType font technology including variant glyphs for a number of characters for use in particular contexts. Read more about our smart font features.
This release supports virtually all of the Unicode 15.0 Arabic character repertoire (excluding the Arabic Presentation Forms blocks, which are not recommended for normal use). Read more about our character set support.
Lateef is designed in an appropriate style often used for Sindhi and other languages of southern Asia. This font is designed to work with the OpenType font technology. To take advantage of the advanced typographic capabilities of this font, you must be using applications that provide an adequate level of support for OpenType. These advanced capabilities provide access to the variant character forms used in some languages.
See Smart Font Features
See Character Set Support for the full listing.
See complete Lateef - FAQ list.