--- In Nostratica@yahoogroups.com, "S.Kalyanaraman" <kalyan97@...>
> 'Rosetts stone' has been found for the undeciphered script, the so-
> called 'indus script'. Treating the script as a composition of
> hieroglyphs with the underlying language, mleccha, the code has
> unraveled. The Rosetta stone is the Sohgaura Copper Plate
> Inscription which contains both Sarasvati hieroglyphs and brahmi
> syllabic script.
> http://s1.amazon.com/exec/varzea/ts/exchange-
> glance/Y01Y2082414Y0848505/002-5207429-3881666
> I have worked in this set of 7 books very elaborately on the
> Sarasvati hieroglyphs (so called signs and pictorial motifs of the
> so-called indus script). Each glyph is read rebus (with sound-alike
> homonym words) connoting metals, minerals and furnaces used by
> artisan guilds. Yes, for all 400+ signs and for 100+ pictorial
> motifs of the corpus of epigraphs.
> homa bison (Pe.); hama id. (Mand..); soma a wild buffalo = bison
> (Kui); homma bison (Kuwi); ho_ma sambar (Kuwi)(DEDR 2849).
> http://www.hindunet.org/saraswati/Indian%20Lexicon/buffalo.htm
> So, when a bison is shown on seals etc. it connotes homa 'bison';
> read rebus with the homonym hom 'gold' which is cognate with
> soma 'electrum' (Rigveda).
> Some Sarasvati hieroglyphs are also used on copper plate
> inscriptions of pre-historical periods, as in Sohgaura copper
> These hieroglyphs are also similarly read. See
> http://www.hindunet.org/saraswati/bhairava1.doc
> A continuation of the note on Bhairava, s'ankha and maritime
> tradition. Please browse this URL document. Appended to this
> monograph is a reading of the first line of Sohgaura Copper Plate
> Inscription composed mostly of Sarasvati hieroglyphs.
> The line relates to the facilities (together with a pair of
> kos.t.ha_ga_ra, storehouses) provided to itinerant metalsmiths of
> artisan guilds at the junction of three highways.

I don't know why, but I'm rather skeptical about all this.
There's nothing concrete which proves the Dravidian nature of Hindus
scripts language.
As for me it was a language isolate, not known at all, not related
both with Dravidian and with Elamic. All we know is that Sumerian
named this people Meluhha, not Mleccha (that has a palatal sound).
Folk etymologies trying to find some links with Sanskrit are even
worse. I read some stuff you provide me, but I'm not satisfied. All
this looks like a crackpot theory.