Brahmi is one of the ancient scripts known to India majorly seen during 4th - 3rd century B.C., in the period of Asoka the Great. Though the oldest script known is the Indus Valley Script, there are also few inscriptions found in 2500 B.C from Indus Valley written in Brahmi, it is evident that Brahmi had a long history even before king Piyadarsi Asoka. “Brahmi” is the mother of almost all Indic Scripts as well as the script for other eastern Asian countries like Sumatra, Java, Bali, China and Malaysia. The book is a brief introduction about the ancient script Brahmi. This book talks about ancient writing styles and how they further developed into various other descendants. Brief historical documentation of scattered information is put together in the form of a book. Another challenge was to translate a large amount of text into visuals.