Download a collection of free fonts for Arabic-script languages!
Here you can download a collection of free fonts for the arabic-script languages including Arabic, Persian (Farsi), Dari, Urdu, Pashto, Kurdish (Sorani), and many others. Download the fonts by clicking on the fonts’ titles or the thumbnails. You can also search for a specific Arabic/Persian font in the Downloads page.
One of the few, and probably the most well-designed hand-writing style Arabic font is Dast Nevis, designed by Ehsan Iran-nejad, a young graphic designer whose own hand-writing is the basis for the design of this font.
Dast Nevis is a unicode Font and could be used with Arabic, Persian (Farsi), Dari, or any other Arabic-script language.
Farhood is the only Arabic-script typewriter font in the entire universe!
The TTF font is designed by a young Iranian graphic designer, Farhood Moqaddam, in 2006. It works with Arabic, Persian, and other Arabic-script languages.
Iran-Nastaliq 2 (Beta) is a free Unicode calligraphic font created by the Iranian Higher Council of Informatics. The design is based on the Iranian-style centuries-old Nastaliq calligraphy method, which is different from the Urdu versions.
Iran-Nastaliq Font is mostly used for titles, short text, signs, and logos. Due to its complicated structure it cannot be used for big chunks of text or for books and publications.
IRMUG X Series 2 fonts are created by IRMUG (Iranian Mac User Group). They support Persian (Farsi), Arabic, Dari, Urdu, Pashto, Uzbek, Kurdish, Uighur, old Turkish (Ottoman) and modern Turkish (Roman). The fonts are equipped with two font technologies, AAT and OpenType and can be used on Mac, Windows or Linux.
Neirizi Font is another free Unicode calligraphic font created by the Iranian Higher Council of Informatics.
The typography is based on the copies of Qur'ans transcribed by Mirza Ahmad Neirizi, an 18th century Naskh-style calligrapher.
Tehran's Sharif university claims that Sharif FarsiWeb Unicode Fonts are the first standard set of Unicode Persian (Farsi) fonts ever made
The set includes Terafik (and Terafik Bold) Elham, Titr, Roya (and Roya Bold,) Koodak, Nazli (and Nazli Bold,) and Homa.
Inspired by calligraphic works of Uthman Taha, Uthman Taha Naskh Font is designed to be a highly-refined Naskh font. It is designed and released by King Fahd Glorious Quran Printing Complex (KFGQPC), Al-Madinah Munawarrah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. (More information here.)
Uthman Taha Naskh works well with Arabic text but certain letters do not appear correctly in Persian usage.