Indus Civilisation is ancient Tamil & proved
Tamil language is one of the oldest living, it was spoke by Indus civilisation, now proved
beyond any doubt by discovery of bimodal/bilingual Rosetta-like seals. Hence Tamil is the
lingua franca of Indus valley civilisation, Porunai valley civilisation.
Bimodal/Bilingual reading, used in ancient scripts including Egyptian, is a proof for
deciphering the script used in those ancient civilisations.
Indus scripts also show Bilingual/bimodal inscriptions, those that prove the Indus people’s
language --TAMIL [apparent from the following seal examples].
BILINGUAL seals are those in which both the Pictogram and the Logogram could be read
exactly the same.
1. THE HUNTER:
"VAETTUVAN IRAI VIL MUNNAAL"
"vael(t)kodiyoan irai vil (iru vil) munnaal(mu+naal,3*4), munaa (mulavu,panri)"
VAETKODIYOAN IRAI VIL MUNNAAL.
-------one of the perfect bilingual scripts in indus seal
See both the picture and the text read the same.
This is called Bimodal/Bilingual reading,
This is a proof for the language --TAMIL here, in which both the Pictogram and the
Logogram could be read exactly the same.
"HUNTER'S PREY is IN FRONT OF his BOW "
(Spear - flag man - two bow - three times four strokes)!
( Vael(t) kodi'yoan iru vil mu naal)
vaetkodiyoan irai vil munnaal
EVIL HUNTER'S PREY, BOW, IN FRONT OF
THE EVIL HUNTER'S PREY IS IN FRONT OF THE BOW!
Seal M1186 "man-U-fish… "
2. M1186 Indus script :
man—U—fish with single stroke — lyre
(U with Strings) — crab on circle—crab.
Oruvan—aa(odu) — oambaavai(idam)
— yaaNar—peRa+vaNangi — peRal.
Man—with bull—to the sacred/ hailed
lady—new wealth — pray to get — receiving.
The man with the bull prayed to the hailed
lady for new wealth.
aattoadu oruvan oambaavai(idam)
man with ram—to the sacred/ hailed
lady — pray — to receive.
The man with the ram praying to the
3. "Crocodile—comb sign"
mu(n)thalai—kadaam, (in Old Tamil).
(musth/testosterone-like, situational secretion
causing raging run-amok in the bulls, more
commonly seen in elephants).
Pictograhs: "munthalai-il kaal azhuththi, angusam adiththal;
nagaikkum nari(naRaa)ththalai aai".
Forehead—leg—press,— hook whip— beat;
[pressing on the forehead and whipping
are methods of bringing the ''madham''pidittha kaalai(bull)]
madha-neer is ''kadaam'' in old tamil, kadiya-aam, ie., hard water.
THE TEXT "MUNTHALAI KADAAM" IS DEPICTED PICTORIALLY BY REBUS PUNNING
AS "MUNTHALAI(YIL) KADAAM":
INDUS SCRIPT IS TAMIL PROVED BY REBUS BILINGUALS[bi=2=script and pictographs,
CORROBORATING each other]
4. Dholavira signboard:[from backward]
"crab-wheel-wheel-one stroke-cross [roads]-ciircle/rhombus-toothed leaf-inverted
5. SWASTHIK-- Indus sign means :
"two --- ZEE's across each other"
"iru vanigar"in Indus Tamil
later continued to be used by all merchants as common sign, then by traders,
now by lala saets,jain pawners---with subscript "subh-laabham" for good trade;
the current other religious meaning was just a incidental .
swasthik means "just merchants"
"iru vannai "
Indus text: Aai(yidam)—iru+vaNigar—paavai
"To the king—two merchants—ladies—
The two merchants and their ladies are
with the king, (after) reaching Melagam.
Pictograph : "two pairs of snakes and praying men,
kneeling down in front of the king"
Iru paambum aatkaLum aai(yai)
aatkaL aai(yidam) vaNangudhal.
Two ladies—men—to the king—praying.
Two pairs of ladies and men praying to
the king. M-9
7. THE TIGER ICON [top]:
Indus : "aai[kku]—mudi".
The king was crowned.
Pictorial : aa+koattu—puli.
tiger/king “puliyan” (symbolistic/ nominopictograph).
The crowned king "Puliyan"
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