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Indus Script Deciphered

This work presents a systematic process of deciphering the Indus script.
Detailed comparisons between Sumerian and Indus languages (specially Marthi, Malvi, Nimadi, Rajasthani, and Gujarati) and Karen clearly prove that ages back, Indo -Tibetan family languages prevailed from Sumer in present-day Iraq to the Narmada River area in India.
After comparing the vocabulary, I drew a chart of roots and words.
Indus script has many pictographs. I applied phonetic values to the Indus scripts.

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Indus Script Deciphered

This paper explores the Indus script through a comparative analysis of languages such as Sumerian, Malvi, Karen, and those spoken in the Indus Valley Civilization (IVC).

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