I had the same issue but quickly realised that I needed to install addition fonts. I see that you were trying to use Google India, so you probably need a Hindi font.
A quick search on the net, made my find this webpage with good fonts:
Read through that page to know more about these fonts. If I were you, I’d install both the legacy and unicode ones, both regular and bold at least. Download and open the archives, open the font file and click on install in that window. Restart your browser after installing all the fonts.
For other fonts (CN, JP, KR, …), search in the community repo for the Adobe fonts. They are wonderful, but unfortunately I couldn’t find a Hindi one.
Just a tip: the default fonts don’t only support English, but most of the western languages, even Greek and Russian, as far as I know.
Hope this helped
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