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  • sujay rao
    Hi,   please find all my six papers. these can greatly help in IE studies and models for the evolution of IE languages are presented.   The Demise of the
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      Hi,
       
      please find all my six papers.
      these can greatly help in IE studies and models for the evolution of IE languages are presented.
       
      The Demise of the Dravidian, Vedic and Paramunda Indus myths

      I am publishing my sixth research paper directly online as it is an extension of my previous papers. Kindly read pages 4 to 18 as it contains a detailed discussion of the term ‘Aryan’. This paper shows why the Dravidian, Vedic and Paramunda Indus theories are not tenable.
      Methods to reconstruct the languages of the Harappans were presented in the present and previous papers. We hope other scholars take up the exercise of reconstructing the languages of the Indus Valley civilization!
      The older papers were written taking the assumptions of the 19th century school of Indology as a base and working backwards. These may appear to be outdated now (at the end of our very long journey). However, the fundamentals are still correct.
      Part one
      Part Two very,very important!
      (These comprise the complete and comprehensive solution to the Aryan problem)
      for those who have trouble reading part two in the above link use the link below: part one http://www.docstoc.com/docs/25880426/Sujay-NPAP-Part-One part two (very important) http://www.docstoc.com/docs/25865304/SUJAY-NPAP-Part-Two Literacy in pre-Buddhist India (before 600 BC)
      Literacy in pre-Buddhist India (before 600 BC)
      Please find my collection of papers on literacy in Pre-Buddhist India
      Before mature phase of Indus valley civilization (before 2600 BC)
      - There are some potters marks but none qualify as full writing
      Indus valley civilization (2600 BC to 1900 BC)
      1. The reconfirmation and reinforcement of the Indus script thesis (very logical and self explanatory paper)

      http://www.scribd.com/doc/46387240/Sujay-Indus-Script-Final-Version-Final-Final
      
      2. The reintroduction of the lost manuscript hypothesis (the case for this thesis has obviously become much stronger in the recent past)

      http://www.scribd.com/doc/111707419/Sujay-Indus-Reintroducing-Lost-Manuscript-Hypothesis
      
      Post-Harappan India (1600 BC to 600 BC)
      1. Literacy in post-Harappan india (obviously literacy in post-Harappan India existed in certain pockets & were limited to very small sections of society- alphabetic scripts were brought from West Asia and the Indus script also continued – this a very logical and self-explanatory paper and anyone can cross-verify the conclusions)
      Sujay Rao Mandavilli
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