Three Indus seals with closely related Indus Inscription constructs.
10,000 USD PRIZE SEAL
First seal (Prize seal)MO314
Challange by American team
Michael Witzel, professor of Indology at Harvard, USA
Steve Farmer, an independent scholar,USA
Richard Sproat, linguist, University of Illinois USA
Three collaborated in a paper ( 2004). The paper’s title The collapse of the Indus script thesis, the myth of a literate Harappan civilization
2)Rajesh Rao seal
University of Washington neurologist and computer scientist, USA.
Short hand seal(1)
Second seal ( short hand seal-1)
single line appears to be a short hand of three lines from the prize seal.
Please note that single line of Short hand seal-1; contains at least one construct from each of the three lines from the prize seal.
-🐟 Fish with cap 🧢 like (single) construct from first line of prize seal.
-Jar like construct & Eye plucker like (two) construct from second line of prize seal.
– Trident 🔱 , man ♂️, 🏹 bow & arrow like (three) constructs from third line of prize seal.
Short hand seal(2)
Third seal ( short hand seal-2)
Again , single line appears to be a short hand of three lines from prize seal as this single line contain at least one construct from each line of the three lines from prize seal.
– 🐟 Fish with cap 🧢 like construct from first line of prize seal.
-Jar like construct from second line of prize seal.
-Trident 🔱 like and circle ⭕ with four legs (two) construct from third line of prize seal.
3) PUNEET CODE IVC (2014)
The seal depicts the inscriptions that gives an detailed (alphabet, phonetically) account of an ancient festival still celebrated on specific moon cycle ( once a year)
The other related seals give an shorthand account of same festivity.