Shusha (Devanagari: शुषा), also spelled as Susha, is a legacy Devanagari font which was developed by Harsh Kumar. Mr. Harsh Kumar released this font in public domain for free use. This font was used by several Hindi websites in late 1990s and early years of this centuary.

However, as Unicode standards for Hindi script were created and Unicode fonts like Mangal became easily available, the Shusha text was fast replaced by the Unicode text.

This Shusha to Unicode converter tool was developed by Anunad Singh and Narayan Prasad. It provides the facility to convert both ways; i.e. from Shusha to Unicode as well as Unicode to Shusha.

If you have any legacy text typed in Shusha font, and you want to put it on Internet, you can use this tool to do the automatic conversion. Unicode text can be read on any computer without requiring installation of any special software. Converted Unicode text can be pasted anywhere, for example, email, Facebook, Twitter, MS Word document etc.

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