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The ideas expressed in this second website  has become wrong.

Hence, I am constrained to open a new website on the same issue, which can be seen by following the link:

and also on:

However, all the three websites are  maintained by me  just to show the evolutionary pathway taken by this decipherment work.  
New explanations for old symbols:--follow the link.
Indus Script Dictionary  -- ___https://sites.google.com/view/indus-script-dictionary/home__________
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Link to PPT:
Power point presentation and Video: (Follow the link given below)


I have published a book on Indus Valley 
Civilization with the title 

"New Interpretations on Indus Valley civilization"

A brand new theory has been proposed in this book stating that Indus sites are necropolises (burial sites) and not metropolises as popularly imagined so far. Further, the Indus scripts have been deciphered and Indus code has also been explained.


Om Vedic Mantra in Indus Script

I am highly indebted to Shri. Asko Parpola author of the book " Deciphering Indus Script"
This book is fundamental for any Indus enthusiast to under stand nature of Indus civilization and deciphering of Indus scripts. 

I hereby convey my acknowledgements that a
ll the Indus logos, Indus symbols, and 
some Indus seal pictures are taken out of the above referred book. 

These pictures are taken only for research and educational purpose and no commercial interest is involved.

Similarly, my acknowledgements are due to Shri.Iravatham Mahadevan. His research papers on Indus script decipherment were highly educative and the methodology shown by him was of immense use to me in my efforts to decipher the Indus script.

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IVC script was based on  Sanskrit language -- Follow the link:
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Reference and Acknowledgements:

My heartfelt thanks are due the organization NIVERSITÄT ZU KÖLN


Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries

 For providing Monier Williams Dictionary. This organization allows free download of their dictionary for the benefit of human society as a whole. I think this broad minded approach has revolutionized the concept of 'availability of Sanskrit knowledge' to everyone. I once again thank this organization for their magnanimous act.


I am highly thankful to the persons and organization involved in maintaining the website Spokensanskrit.de . All these Sanskrit words identified in this research work are obtained from this website. The universal phonetic approach of these website made the search easy

 The words are listed in such a way that it is an easy way of reference for a learner of Sanskrit and also useful for a researcher. Follow the link to reach the website:-
Similarly, i am thankful to the online Hindi Dictionary website
" Shabdkosh"

Book -New Interpretations on Indus Valley Civilization is available for free down load: follow the link:



There are five main points in this book, they are as following:

1.This book supports the view that IVC people were from Middle -East (Iraq and Anatolia) and 
not of local origin.
(Megalithic Farmers)

2.The Indus -sites are necropolises (burial grounds) and not megapolises as popularly imagined so far.

3.The inscriptions on seals refer to month and date of annual death ceremony (Thithi--it is a logogram.  
 (symbols indicating "Mee"--"Vu" sound) 

4.Corroborative evidences for Indus symbols are found in Jyotisha Vedanga

5.The Indus seals are deciphered.
Corrections: (19/12/2013)

Now, i have to correct two of the above given points after the new findings on "Indus Script"

I have to correct my statements to the extent that the above given points number 3 and 4 have turned out to be a wrong conclusions.

The Indus inscriptions are giving details about the animals sacrificed and not "Thithi Dates" as claimed by me in earlier essays.
Details are as given in this website

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