Enable Unicode Encoding on your browser
Our website uses Latha (Tamil Unicode) Font. If your browser does not display the tamil characters properly, right-click on your browser and click on Encoding and select Unicode(UTF-8) to view the characters properly. If still the page doesn't appear properly use the font provided for your in Tamil Font section below.
Our website uses Latha (Tamil Unicode) Font [Latha Font Download]. Microsoft's Latha.ttf is a Tamil unicode font which gets installed automatically along with WinXP. You can find it in the 'c:\windows\fonts' folder of any XP installation. If Tamil in unicode is not seen properly at your end or recipient end, a setting as mentioned below should be activated.
Firefor Browser: Firefox browsers doesnt properly support Tamil unicode fonts. As a first option, you could enable unicode encoding on the browser to see if the characters appear properly. If you just see boxes instead of tamil characters, you could install an add-on named Adhiyan. Adhiyan is a tool to convert and view TSCII/TUNE encoded Tamil content to UNICODE Tamil. Adhiyan is a tool to convert and view TSCII/TUNE encoded Tamil content to UNICODE Tamil. Adhiyan is helpful to read TSCII/TUNE encoded websites and emails without installing the required fonts.
Prerequisite: Your computer should have at least one Tamil Unicode font.
Steps for usage: