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Aryasangh
14 March 2012, 06:25 AM
I'm researching of Vedic Sanskrit and trying to give it a modern form. For that I am trying to make it as close to Dev Vak (not Samskrita Vak, i.e. Paninian Classical Sanskrit) as possible. For that I want the real script of Vedic Sanskrit- that is Saraswati Lipi- commonly called Indus Script.

The closest decipherment of the script is done by Natwar Jha and N. S. Rajaram. They presented there work in deciphered Indus Script. But unfortunetely it's out of print since last 2 years :(. I talked to the Aditya Prakshan(it's publishers), and they told me this.

If somebody have this book or know from where I can get it(online or offline)- please tell me. If you have this book and are however unable to upload it as an ebook than also please contact me...

It very important for me to get that book. Once I get it, I'll research on it and than publish a website to learn Vedic 'Dev Vak' or Vedic Sanskrit.

Thanks in advance in help of Hindu Rashtra....

Roan
17 March 2012, 03:54 PM
hari OM :)

You might want to check out this new book: Indus Script Dictionary. By S.M. Sullivan. The author is an acquaintance of mine. She posits a (new?) thesis that Indus Valley script appears to be not only Sanskrit but rather a combination of Sanskrit-Prakrut-Apabhramsha. The book (and two positive reviews) are available on Amazon.com.

Hope this helps.

Jai Ma!

kalyan97
19 March 2012, 10:19 PM
Indus script is composed of Indian hieroglyphs. The hieroglyphs have been deciphered in a very recent book. Get Indian Hieroglyphs - Invention of Writing. From Flipkart.
Tiny URL: http://tinyurl.com/7pf5vs3
Long URL: http://www.flipkart.com/indian-hieroglyphs-098289712x/p/9780982897126?pid=9780982897126&_l=rNOfRA_2s1pRNn46QI4BxA--&_r=eEVLHPgSSTQKnU0zQXir3w--&ref=d9ed09a3-a772-4099-9a21-75d917b0643f

Best wishes,
Kalyanaraman