Noto Sans Soyombo is an unmodulated (“sans serif”) design for texts in the Indic Soyombo script.

Noto Sans Soyombo contains 323 glyphs, 7 OpenType features, and supports 88 characters from the Unicode block Soyombo.

Supported writing systems


Soyombo (𑪞𑪞‎) is a historical Indic abugida, written left-to-right. Was used in 1686–18th century as a ceremonial and decorative script for the Mongolian language. Also sporadically used for Tibetan and Sanskrit. Created by Bogdo Zanabazar. Needs software support for complex text layout (shaping). Read more on ScriptSource, Unicode, Wikipedia, Wiktionary, r12a.