Urdu Fonts Jameel Noori Nastaleeq Kasheeda
Nastaleeq is one of the principle calligraphy utilized recorded as a hard copy of the Persian letters in order and the Urdu alphabet and for the most part the pervasive style in Persian calligraphy. It was made in Iran in the fourteenth and fifteenth hundreds of years. It is often used to create Arabic language text (primarily used for titles and headings), yet its utilization has consistently been progressively famous in the Persian, Urdu, and Turkic range of authority. Nastaliq stays broadly utilized in Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India, and different nations for composed verse and as a type of craftsmanship.
A less nitty-gritty variation of Nastaliq fills in as the supported style for writing in Kashmiri and Urdu and it is much of the time used by Naskh for Pashto. In Persian, it is used for verse as it were. Nastaliq was obviously used for making Ottoman Turkish, where it was known as tâlik.