GHP Full is a Gurmukhi display font that covers both the Unicode Gurmukhi range and also places Gurmukhi characters in the ASCII range so it is compatible with systems or programs that are not quite as advanced as those that are able to use Unicode.
For those who don't know, the Punjabi word for 'flower' is 'Full' - hence this font's overall style - that of decorative, hand-painted semi-permanent signs such as those you might find for shops or outside buildings advertising regular or important events.
You might, depending upon your image editor or DTP program, find that you have to move the border and/or the shadow horizontally, in order to get them aligned properly. To do this, position the shadow text so that it aligns with the body - the shadow has the body removed from it so it should be a perfect match - you might need to change the line-spacing for the shadow layer on some programs - and then, make the border/outline layer visible and position that so that it is evenly spaced around the body layer.
GHP Full, like all of my fonts is free for you to download and use in the same way that any normal font user would - that is to say for producing work of a commercial or non-commercial nature.
Although the font has only been out for a few months, it is already being use commercially.
You can download the font from here as well as find out a little more about how to use it to its fullest effect.