• Ali Nastaliq (Dehlvi School)
    • Ali Nastaliq (Dehlvi School) to overcome the short comings in other Dehlvi Nastaliq. This suffers technological incompatibility and thus required to be properly amended, Once completed, this would support over forty thousand ligatures, including the Persian language. Besides this, the font is extremely striking and enjoys great potential to capture print and publishing markets.
    • Ali Nastaliq (Dehlvi School)
    • Ali Nastaliq (Dehlvi School) to overcome the short comings in other Dehlvi Nastaliq. This suffers technological incompatibility and thus required to be properly amended, Once completed, this would support over forty thousand ligatures, including the Persian language. Besides this, the font is extremely striking and enjoys great potential to capture print and publishing markets.
    • Ali Nastaliq (Dehlvi School)
    • Ali Nastaliq (Dehlvi School) to overcome the short comings in other Dehlvi Nastaliq. This suffers technological incompatibility and thus required to be properly amended, Once completed, this would support over forty thousand ligatures, including the Persian language. Besides this, the font is extremely striking and enjoys great potential to capture print and publishing markets.
    • WHAT DOES MUBEEN DO ?
    • MUBEEN HELPS YOU COMPOSE PROFESSIONAL QURAN TYPOGRAPHY, AND DESIGN PAGE LAYOUT FOR CALLIGRAPHIC QUALITY PRINT
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Axis SoftMedia Pvt. Ltd. is the first of its kind in the sub continent to develop such fonts. If a publishing company seeks a particular font for its publication, Axis develops it.

Ali Nastaliq
In 2012, we started focusing on Ali Nastaliq (Dehlvi School) to overcome the short comings in other Dehlvi Nastaliq. This suffers technological incompatibility and thus required to be properly amended, Once completed, this would support over forty thousand ligatures, including the Persian language. Besides this, the font is extremely striking and enjoys great potential to capture print and publishing markets.

MUBEEN with Manzar Naskh
Axis has been working for the past many years to develop a mechanism through which ancient Islamic scripts used in Quranic calligraphy can be preserved in digital format and also be reused to print and publish the Holy Quran today.

In Indian sub continent Indo-Pak Naskh is commonly used for the Holy Quran. While in the Middle East they use Misri Naskh, formally known as Arabic Naskh and in Iran the default font for the Holy Quran is Persian Naskh (Farsi Naskh).

The company has forayed into a challenging task of publishing error-free Holy Quran fonts. Calligraphers while composing a new Holy Quran are fraught with the possibility of errors which can topple the very meaning of this divine scripture. Besides this it is time consuming too as it takes months to proof-read the manuscripts. The digital technology has to a great extent removed this.

Ligatures – a panacea for Quranic Publications
These fonts are hundred percent (100%) ligature based with multiple shapes. Here the words enjoy immense flexibility and change shape, kern and tracking to fit into the desired space. Literally it enjoys the flexibility of pen strokes which was earlier the sole prerogative of calligraphers. Dozens of alternative forms can be generated for each word.

Ali Nastaliq علی نستعلیق

World's first multiligature Nastaliq Open Type Font.

Manzar Naskh منظر نسخ

Ligature based Quranic Indo-Pak Open Type Naskh.

Arif Nastaliq عارف نستعلیق

Character based Open Type Nastaliq font for web .

Faiz Nastaliq فیض نستعلیق

Ligature based Lahori Nastaliq OTF.

Axis SoftMedia is a font-developing research-lab, based in Mumbai, India. It primarily works on developing fonts that have Perso-Arabic origin. This digital software company was established in 1992 to cater to the needs of the Perso-Arabic Publishing Market and the computing world. The company develops all fonts of InPage except Noori Nastaliq.

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