I think we need more clear instructions for end users. I downloaded all of those types but got nowhere from there.
I’m sure, scholars like Śri Shriramana Sharma <firstname.lastname@example.org
> and his colleagues who developed the Tamil Brahmi font would be able to help us here.
Most of what I got didn’t look like Brahmi, however pixellated, and my Mac warned of problems when I installed them. I thought it might be that they hadn’t been adapted for Mac OS. In the end I just deleted them.
Valerie J Roebuck
The Brahmi glyphs are in the file "unifont_upper-7.0.03.ttf" (since they
are above the basic multilingual plane). You will need some input method
(or a character map) to produce the characters.
These glyphs seems to be included just for the sake of completeness, since they're very pixellated and the combining characters don't work (11038-11045).