Often, thermodynamics textbooks suffer because the authors overlook certain points. These points, while trivial to experts, tend to confuse students. Though this book is not intended as a textbook, its tutorial aim will help students to better understand the basic concepts of thermodynamics. The author writes from the perspective that as long as one knows the terms and reasoning behind a scientific concept, the concept itself becomes easy. This book contains sections discussing the development of thermodynamics, underlying maths principles, and rudimentary laws.