Thumba, the Frutiger of Malayalam designed for D C Books.
Mathrubhumi's typefaces given a contemporary flavour.
Yoga, Kalari, Elephants, Chihnangal... Symbol fonts acquire a distinct regional flavour.
Linotype Indus, perhaps the only internationally available Roman typeface from India.
How did Deepika get to have the finest Malayalam headline typeface?

While working at Malayala Manorama, Kottayam during 1994-1997,
Hashim P M had designed 8 exclusive Malayalam typefaces for them which are stile in use and determine their typographic flavour after several layout revamp exercises.
Vartha, Kingini, Puthuma, Chirutha, Nila, Thulasi, Aarcha and Unniyarcha belong to text and display categories. Unniyarcha was used as a text typeface in the daily only for a brief time, while its display counterpart Aarcha is still their headline typeface along with Kingini.
The group's other publications including Vanitha, Manorama Weekly, Balarama, Karshakasri, Bhashaposhini, Yearbook also use these typefaces.