You have a Hindi document in a unicode font like Mangal which you want to print. But the DTP software you are using (for example, QuarkExpress or Indesign CS2) does not support unicode encoding for Hindi and in place of the Hindi text you are seeing "boxes".
Or, you have text in a legacy font like KrutiDev 010 which you want to use on your website, but the text is not showing properly in computers that don't have this font in them (which is, most computers in the world).
What you need is conversion of the unicode font into a non-unicode font in the first case, and the reverse, in the second.
Some of this conversion can be done automatically, but with varying levels of accuracy. In all such conversions, careful proof-reading will be required to ensure an error-free converted text. In some cases automatic conversion will not be possible and a retyping of the text in the new font will be required. This again will require rigourous proof-reading.
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