||Dhania, Dhanpat Singh
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About the Book:
This book describes two important factors—the decipherment of Indus language
and Indus valley civilization history and culture identification. It discusses
about the Indus language formation system, its natural and regional properties,
Indus seals written order and method of writing and reading, Indus language
methodology, its various principles of character formation system, its units
and methods adopted to create the Indus language characters.
Further it explains about the transformation of Indus language into various
languages i.e. Sanskrit, Brahmi etc. It contains the decipherment of Indus seals
and Rama dynastic history found written on Harappa and Mohenjodaro seals. Harappan
People’s migration from Ghaggar-Sarasvati (Haryana) to Ghaggar-Saryu (UP)
Basin has also been described. An engraved slab found at Bhaja rockshelter (Pune
hills) written in Brahmi and Indus languages, that calibrated as 200 BCE accords
the later period of Indus language use. The razor found during excavation at
Rodji and written language over it was deciphered as Kaal Bhairo. A slab found
at Harappa deciphered as Chandi Maa, Vishnu statue at Naushero, Khappar Bharni
statue at Mohenjodaro, Shiv-Linga at Kalibangan, all accords the worship of
the cult of Indus valley civilization.
It is hoped that this well illustrated book will help the readers to discover
and unlock the mystery of Indus history and culture.
About the Author:
Dhanpat Singh Dhania (b. 1954) got his high school education from village school,
passed BA from Delhi University and pursued for post graduation from H.P. University
(1981), Kurukshetra University (2000) and IGNOU (2012). After graduation, he
deeply involved in the study of Indus civilization language decipherment. During
Indus civilization study period, he studied Brahmi, Egyptian, Cretan, Mesopotamian
etc. languages. He was the author of several books published i.e. Harappan Mystery
Deciphered (2003), Indus Valley Civilization (2005), Deciphering Indus Script:
A New Approach (2008), Ancient Indus History and Culture; Mehra Dynasty (8000
BC): The Founding Father of Indus Valley Civilization (2014). He attended many
national and international seminars and presented papers. He presented his research
findings on televisions, newspapers and magazines published his articles. Presently
he is doing research on the relation of Ubedian culture to Aryans.