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How to Make an English Word Into a Sanskrit-Looking Word


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I JUST CREATED THIS PICTURE, HERE’S HOW I GOT THE SANSKRIT-ISH FONT.

STEP ONE: GO TO THIS SITE TO CONVERT ENGLISH TO SANSKRIT FONT

STEP TWO: SAVE THE FONT TO YOUR FONT FILE ON YOUR COMPUTER

STEP THREE: OPEN WORD OR TEXT-EDIT AND START USING YOUR FONT!

STEP FOUR (OPTIONAL): IF YOU WANT TO APPLY THE FONT TO A PICTURE, YOU CAN TRY THE SITE I USE, PIZAP, AND FIRST YOU WILL WANT TO SAVE YOUR WORD FILE TO A JPEG FORMAT.

THIS IS THE BEST I KNOW AT THIS MOMENT, HOPE IT HELPS!

 

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