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    Decoding Indus Script

    n Mleccha, mlecchita vikalpa in Sarasvati hieroglyphs


    Lecture at Rojah Muthiah Library at 5 PM on 26 February 2009 by S. Kalyanaraman



    Script is decoded as sarasvati hieroglyphs composed of all pictorial motifs — over 100 — and signs — over 400 – and read rebus in mleccha vācas (as distinct from arya vācas — Manu). The context is: miners’ and smiths’ repertoire (not unlike the viśwakarma working on utsava bera in Swamimalai following the cire perdue technique of Sarasvati civilization bronzes or asur/agaria working in iron ore smelters in Ganga basin of 18th century BCE).

    Sarasvati hieroglyphs are in mleccha, mlecchita vikalpa (Vatsyayana). Hypothesis posited: Language X + Proto-Munda = Proto-mleccha (with borrowings in Sarasvati Linguistic Area).

    Rebus readings of almost all glyphs (pictorial motifs as well as signs) relate to mine workers’ and metalsmiths’ repertoire. The writing system is a vikalpa (alternative representation) of their vernacular, mleccha, cognate: meluhha. Presented in 15 e-books at

    In view of the essentially pictographic nature of the writing system, the presentation is made in two parts:

    a. monograph on vernacular (deśī), the linguistic area and the continuity of proto-mleccha vernacular; structure and semantics of hieroglyphs of mlecchita vikalpa, the decoded writing system; and

    b. powerpoint slides with selected glyphs

    Two fundamental questions should be researched further: 1. the continuity of the civilization evidenced by cultural markers all over India and the neighbouring regions; 2. the formation and evolution of languages in a linguistic area of the Sarasvati civilization continuum in India, proved by the decoding of the Indus script (Sarasvati hieroglyphs)


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