Block: Bhaiksuki

Range U+11C00 - U+11C6F
Official Chart http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U11C00.pdf
Wikipedia Bhaiksuki is a Unicode block containing characters from the Bhaiksuki alphabet, which is a Brahmi-based script that was used for writing Sanskrit during the 11th and 12th centuries CE, mainly in the present-day states of Bihar and West Bengal in India, and in parts of Bangladesh.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bhaiksuki_(Unicode_block)
Characters
𑰀 𑰁 𑰂 𑰃 𑰄 𑰅 𑰆 𑰇 𑰈 𑰉 𑰊 𑰋 𑰌 𑰍 𑰎 𑰏 𑰐 𑰑 𑰒 𑰓 𑰔 𑰕 𑰖 𑰗 𑰘 𑰙 𑰚 𑰛 𑰜 𑰝 𑰞 𑰟 𑰠 𑰡 𑰢 𑰣 𑰤 𑰥 𑰦 𑰧 𑰨 𑰩 𑰪 𑰫 𑰬 𑰭 𑰮 𑰯 𑰰 𑰱 𑰲 𑰳 𑰴 𑰵 𑰶 𑰷 𑰸 𑰹 𑰺 𑰻 𑰼 𑰽 𑰾 𑰿 𑱀 𑱁 𑱂 𑱃 𑱄 𑱅 𑱆 𑱇 𑱈 𑱉 𑱊 𑱋 𑱌 𑱍 𑱎 𑱏 𑱐 𑱑 𑱒 𑱓 𑱔 𑱕 𑱖 𑱗 𑱘 𑱙 𑱚 𑱛 𑱜 𑱝 𑱞 𑱟 𑱠 𑱡 𑱢 𑱣 𑱤 𑱥 𑱦 𑱧 𑱨 𑱩 𑱪 𑱫 𑱬 𑱭 𑱮 𑱯