Kharoshthi Alphabet


The Kharosthi script, also spelled Kharoshthi, had been widespread in North India and South Middle Asia from III century B.C. till IV century. It is considered to branched from  Imperial Aramaic 10840–1085F . It shared time with  Brahmi 11000–1104D , but, in contrast, it didn't become a root for the most of indian alphabets and was forgotten.