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Vedic-Puranic Proto-Sanskrit: As Deciphered in the Indus Script

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Sambhu Nath Mondal

Sambhu Nath Mondal, an ex-Deputy Controller of Legal Metrology under the State Government of West Bengal in India is an internationally renowned metrologist recognized by the BIPM, France, PTB, Germany and the Russian Academy of Sciences for his published works SI- The Units of Measurments in the International System and SI-Independent Chronogonometric Decimalization along with special interest in Physics, Astronomy, Mathematics and Geography as well as in the History of Pre-Buddha India. He is also an efficient linguist with special interest in Sanskrit, Pali and d Prakrit as well as in Persian and Babylonian Cuneiform Scripts and Egyptian Hieroglyphics. He is a Member of the Metrology Society of India, an Associate Member of the Indian History Congress, a Member of the Sanskrit Sahitya Parisat, Kolkata and the Life Member of the Bangiya Sahitya Parisat, Kolkata. He published a monograph under the title of “India and Sanskrit as deciphered in the Indus Script” in 2005 attempting to decode the hitherto undeciphered ever-challenging Indus Script on purely syllabo-alphabetic basis reading from left to right as in Brahmi and Devenagari Sript.

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Title Vedic-Puranic Proto-Sanskrit: As Deciphered in the Indus Script
Format Hardcover
Date published: 21.11.2012
Edition 1st. ed.
Publisher Punthi Pustak
Language: English
isbn 9789381209028
length xx+364p., Illustrations; Maps; 29cm.