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This Group is created to invite discussion from serious Indus Script researchers from diverse academic background for a unbiased discussion to unravel the mysteries of Indus Valley language.

The most primitive form of the Aryan speech has been identified, also partly read and understood. It is the Indus language at the isolating stage,represented by the extant Indus inscriptions.

The same language was reaching the agglutinative stage,when suddenly its speakers disintegrated due to some tragic event. The western branch under the favourable conditions of nature,reached the inflexional stage in the 'land of Soma plants' outside the present Indian territory.When there was a slope downwards,hymns began to be composed which form the early part of the Rig Veda. A group among them had shortly earlier marched towards Central Asia on their way to Europe.They were the Greeks, Romans, Teutons, Slavs, etc..

The Eastern and Southern branch of the agglutinative Indus,under the unfavourable conditions of the hot sun and hilly forests,limped at the same stage for a very long time.

The original settlers remained entrenched on the banks of the river Sarasvati from where they had dispersed,spreading upto Sindhu in the west and Ganges in the east.Later,when the Aryans of the land of the Soma plants joined them,there was the beginning of the pastoral vedic culture.

Briefly,The Indus Valley is the original home of the Aryans or Indoeuropeans.The racial distribution as Aryan,Dravidian and Austric,etc. is ill conceived.

The Author has taken all care to convince the critical world of the Indus studies about his view point by reconstructing the dead and forgotten Indus Language.He has also tried to show the missing link between Indus and Sanskrit and,by the way has also challenged the reconstruction of the parent IE.

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  • Ancient History
  • Mar 17, 2007
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