The synthesis and behavior of organometallic and inorganic compounds are studied in inorganic chemistry. All chemical compounds that do not have a carbon-hydrogen bond are known as inorganic compounds. These are generally classified as coordination compounds, transition metal compounds, cluster compounds, bioinorganic compounds, etc. The concepts of the Bohr model of the atom, ligand field theory, molecular orbital theory, density functional theory, VSEPR theory and the molecular symmetry group theory are integral to the development of this field. Inorganic chemistry has applications in all aspects of the chemical industry, such as in catalysis, coatings, surfactants, pigments, etc. besides the agriculture and medicine industry. This textbook is a valuable compilation of topics, ranging from the basic to the most complex theories and principles in the field of inorganic chemistry. It attempts to understand the multiple branches that fall under this discipline and how such concepts have practical applications. It aims to serve as a resource guide for students and experts alike and contribute to the growth of the discipline.