Noto Sans Bhaiksuki is an unmodulated (“sans serif”) design for texts in the historical Indic Bhaiksuki script.

Noto Sans Bhaiksuki contains 863 glyphs, 9 OpenType features, and supports 103 characters from the Unicode block Bhaiksuki.

Supported writing systems


Bhaiksuki (𑰥𑰹𑰎𑰿𑰬𑰲𑰎𑰱) is a historical Indic abugida. Was used in 11th–12th century CE for Buddhist texts in Sanskrit in the Indian state of Bihar. Also called Arrow-Headed Script, Point-Headed Script, or Sindhura. Read more on ScriptSource, Unicode, Wikipedia, Wiktionary, r12a.