Ten proofs for sucessful decipherment of Harappa (Indus) Script Meluhha metalwork

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Over 8000 incriptions (including the 1000+ compartmented seals of Murghabo-Bactria are Meluhha metalwork catalogues in Harappa (Indus) Script See: https://www.academia.edu/29952605/Murghabo-Bactrian_hieroglyphs_on_over_1150_seals_are_Harappa_Script_Meluhha_metalwork_catalogues

Ten proofs for the successful decipherment are listed:

  1. kole.l ‘temple’ is kole.l ‘smithy, forge (Kota language) Hence the hypertexts of Harappa (Indus) Script are hieroglyphs, sacred symbols
  2. Over 220 metal objects/copper tablets signify hieroglyphs (sacred symbols) of the script attesting the use of a writing system by metalworkers.
  3. Tens of thousands of early punch-marked and cast coins signify hieroglyphs of the script related to mintwork such as karaba ‘elephant’ rebus: karba ‘iron’ kuThi ‘tree’ rebus: kuThi ‘smelter’ sattva ‘svastika’ rebus: jasta ‘zinc’ dhAu ‘strand (dotted circle’ rebus: dhAu, dhAtu ‘mineral ore’  karaṇḍa ‘duck’ (Sanskrit) karaṛa ‘a very large aquatic bird’ (Sindhi) rebus: करडा [karaḍā] Hard from alloy–iron, silver &c. कोंद kōnda ‘young bull’ rebus: कोंद kōnda kũdār ‘turner’. kanka, karNaka ‘rim of jar’ rebus: karNI ‘supercargo, script, engraver’  aya ‘fish’ rebus: aya ‘iron’ ayas ‘alloy metal’ PLUS karA ‘crocodile’ rebus: khār खार् ‘blacksmith’; thus, ayakara ‘ironsmith’.
  4. Binjor site on Vedic River Sarasvati Soma SamsthA yagna kunda fire-altar discovered with “eight-angled” (astasri) Yupa pillar and a seal with inscription in Harappa (Indus) Script attesting metalwork proves the continuity of Vedic culture and consistent with 19 yupa inscriptions affirming Soma Yaga in Rajasthan, Allahabad, East Borneo (Mulavarman)

  5. bhuitesvarEight-angled yupa of Binjor is replicated in Rudrabhaga of eight-angled Sivalingas all over Asia attesting continuity of Atharva Veda Skambha Sukta (AV X.7,8) descrption of yupa as fiery pillar of light and flame and confirmed by Bhuteswar Ekamukhalinga atop a smelter and accompanied by kharva ‘dwarf’ rebus: karba ‘iron’
  6. watercarrierGadd Seal 1 of water-carrier found in Ur confirms the hieroglyphic nature of the writing system. kuTi ‘water-carrier’ rebus: kuThi ‘smelter’  mēḍha ] ‘polar star‘ rebus: mẽṛhẽt, meḍ ‘iron’ (Santali.Ho.Munda) dula ‘two’ rebus: dul ‘metal casting’
  7. marioh2pp2Hypertexts with composite animals are सांगड sāṅgaḍa ‘joined animal’ rebus: samgara ‘arranger, manager’ arka ‘sun’ rebus: e ‘copper, gold’
  8. tin1ser3Indian sprachbund is evident in the Bronze Age attesting the language union of Indo-Aryan, Munda and Dravidian speakers absorbing cultural words from one another and making them their own, e.g. kuThAru ‘monkey’ rebus: kuThAru ‘armourer’ ranku ‘liquid measure’ ranku ‘antelope’ rebus: ranku ‘tin’ (which are signified on 3 pure tin ingots discovered in a Haifa shipwreck). Hieroglyph mũh ‘face’rebus: mũh, muhã ‘ingot, quantity of metal produced from a furnace’ confirms that the messages of inscriptions are related to metalwork. Hieroglyph: dhAL ‘shield’ (oxhide ingot shape cargo on boat symbol ofMohenjodaro tablet) rebus: dhALa ‘large ingot’
  9. oh3Overflowing pot hieroglyph lo ‘pot to overflow’ rebus: loh ‘copper’ (Hindi) PLUS khaNDa ‘pot’ rebus:खांडा (p. 116) khāṇḍā ‘sword, implements’; thus, together लोखंड [lōkhāṇḍā ] ‘metalwork’.
  10. Meluhha merchant carries an antelope. Ka. mēke she-goat; mē the bleating of sheep or goats. Te. mr̤ēka, mē̃ka, mēka goat. Kol. me·ke id. Nk. mēke id. Pa. mēva, (S.) mēya she-goat. Ga.(Oll.) mēge, (S.) mēge goat. Go. (M) mekā, (Ko.) mēka id.? (DEDR 5087) melhgoat‘ rebus: milakkhu ‘copper, copper-coloured, red’ (Palil) Meluhha (mleccha) mleccha-mukha ‘copper’.

me8Fish hieroglyphs on Karen, Dong Son bronze drums attesting to the Hanoi-Haifa Maritime Tin Route which preceded Silk Road by 2 millennia.khambhaṛā ‘fish-fin’ rebus: kammaTa ‘mint, coiner, coinage’

me1Cire perdue lost-wax casting

ttested in Mehrgarh 5th millennium BCE. eraka ‘kinave of wheel’ rebus: erako ‘moltencast’ arA ‘spoke of wheel’ rebus: Ara ‘brass’.

Susa pot with metaliplements signified by aya ‘fish’ rebus: aya ‘iron’ PLUS baTa ‘quail’ rebus: bhaTa ‘furnace’ PLUS meDha ‘tied’ rebus: meD ‘iron’, medhA ‘dhanam, wealth’.

S. Kalyanaraman

Sarasvati Research Center

November 21, 2016

https://www.academia.edu/2142088/Dancing_with_Bulls_An_exploration_of_Indus_iconography_showing_dynamic_interaction_between_humans_and_bulls (Patricia Duff, 2012)



An Indus Seal Spirit of a Civilisation (Patricia Duff, 2011) by Srini Kalyanaraman on Scribd



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