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A Concise Dictionary Of The Vedic Indus Script

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The Harappan sites,especially Kalibangan have shown archeological evidence of vedic sacrifices.The Harappan seals have several examples of sacrificial scenes.The vedas are texts praising sacrifices and fire/sun gods.Hence it is natural that the
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   A Concise Dictionary Of The Vedic Indus Script Vijayabhaarati      A Concise Dictionary Of The Vedic Indus Script  Abstract The Harappan sites,especially Kalibangan have shown archeological evidence of vedic sacrifices.The Harappan seals have several examples of sacrificial scenes.The vedas are texts praising sacrifices and fire/sun gods.Hence it is natural that the Harappan script should have at least some glyphs showing the vedic rituals.Rituals contain priestly paroksha(rebus) language.Recognising secrets of these needs us to become the Rshis who created them,at least for a moment.Let us take the examples of AgaarasthuuNaa ,, Atyagnishtoma , Indraturiiya ,   Utuula KaTaparivaara ,Karmakara , Juhoti  ,  MeshapratikRti ,Vimukha ,Suula gava ,  Svagraha , Shadaha ,Shodasin ,TishThad homa , UpavishTa homa , Kesasmasru ,vyaahRti  / himkaara  , etc.What is the difference between the two drummers- and or the cup/jar-holders and ? Which language has words that correspond to these ideograms? In fact , vedic Bharata is the only language that existed in Harappan times and has words corresponding to the ideograms, irrefutably showing their significance . These symbols were used in Harappan times  to formulate vedic sacrificial rituals . Indra (aja-man with staff) + turiiya(drum/quarter) are two words that form a new word to denote a drum.Indra and turiiya are denoted by word symbols and not syllables.Similarly two KaTas make a KaTaparivaara. Juhoti has the priest in sitting posture raising a Juhu/cup,while in tishTad homa,the sacrifice is performed in standing position.In suula gava  two go s(cf.eyes) form a trident with a Ficus. In this article we are trying to identify the vedic sacrificial terms for the Indus script symbols,which clearly leads us to the following conclusions: 1.The language of the Indus script is Vedic Bharata.2.Vedic sacrificial terms form a major part of the script corpus.3.Sacrificial terms were coined from simple vedic terms and their rebus(paroksha) forms. This work is only the beginning of a long journey to understand the Indus Script in its entirety. To underline the purpose and significance of this work ,the discussion the author had with Arnaud Fournet and Rajan Menon in the Academia.edu Session:   https://www.academia.edu/s/3a865858ea/a-concise-dictionary-of-the-vedic-indus-script is reproduced in full here.   vijaya bhaarati  Even a single glyph of the Indus script corpus like "Indraturiiya" is enough to understand the language of this script    Arnaud Fournet   I'm not sure I understand what this document tries to do, and it's even more obscure how.  vijaya bhaarati  Dear Arnaud, Thank you for your comment.My humble objective in compiling this document is to locate the exact vedic terms that correspond to the Indus Script  glyphs.As I have noted Indraturiiya,juhoti etc. are examples .Terms like these show that the script contains vedic sacrificial terms at least in some glyphs,if not all.The compiling is still incomplete.  Arnaud Fournet   I can't see the logic in the assignment. Besides, the frequency of the Indus signs suggests most of the signs are probably syllables, not words. vijaya bhaarati  I think the assumption that they are syllables has hindered their decipherment so far.  Arnaud Fournet   http://diachronica.pagesperso-orange.fr/TMCJ_vol_3.2_Fournet_Indus_Signs.pdf  .  Read this paper and you'll understand why Indus Signs most probably stand for syllables, not words. Rajan Menon  I agree with Dr. Fournet. Our younger scientific brains from IIT and other Universities and Institutes like Tata Research should make an attempt to crack the code based on principles defined by Dr. Arnaud in his paper. Some form of proto Indo Iranian or Sumerian / Dravidian or a combination of all these could be utilized to test the hypothesis. The Mehrgarh and other settlements in the area dated back to the 8th millennium B.C. are evidence

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