The average
length of all
Indus seals is
comparable to
the length of
both lines Naram
and Suen or Sin,
without the Digir
glyph I believe
the Indus seals
to be both
persons or place
(city).
The longest discovered
Indus text contains a mere
17 signs and the average
inscribed object shows
only 4-5 signs, which
seems a suspiciously low
amount considering the
vast number of Indus
artefacts that have been
unearthed.
Lucy Zuberbühler
A Comparison of a
Manuscript with the
Indus Script

I still believe the Kubal Manuscript to be genuine and an important clue. I see the Indus
script expressing astronomic values like the Sumerian moon god in a name. All values
are codified from a Matris that is based on a historical event like an avatara.   The Tiger
and crouching  man in tree as decent from Yadu or Yayati this connection I found with the
last word or seal of the Kabul mauscript that can be read as a word "deva" from a Matris
mAdhavI ; the earth (also with %{devI}) R. ; `" spring-flower "' , a woman of the race of
Madhu or Yadu  of one of the Matris attending on Skanda MBh. ; of a daughter of Yayati
ib.  
The copper tablet of the lion as the flower Brmhite "brohite rohita  like bhrAj Raj from
rakta to raga then bhraj becomes bhRgu the the last seal is Vasu from bRMhita 1 mfn.
(for 2. see under 4. %{bRh}) strengthened , nourished , cherished , grown , increased
MBh. Hariv. &c. ; (%{A}) f. N. of one of the Ma1tr2is attendant on Skanda MBh.  
bRhatIpati m. the planet Jupiter L.
bArhaspatya mfn. id. AV. &c. &c. (with %{bha} or %{nakSatra} n. the constellation
Pushya Su1ryas. ; with %{mAna} n. `" Jupiter's measure "' , a method of reckoning time
ib.) ; m. patr. fr. Br2ihas-pati (N. of Sam2yu , Agni , Tapur-mu1rdhan , Bharad-va1ja) TS.
S3Br. Nir. &c. ;
devayAna mf(%{I})n.= %{-yA} RV. AV. VS. ; leading to the gods , serving them as a way
(%{adhvan} , %{pathin} &c.) ib. Br. Up. MBh. ; n. way leading to the gods MBh. BhP. ; the
vehicle of a god L. ; (%{I}) f. N. of a daughter of Us3anas or S3ukra7ca1rya (wife of
Yaya1ti and mother of Yadu and Turvasu) MBh. Hariv. Pur. ;
uzanA ind. with desire or haste , zealously RV. ; (%{A}) f. N. of a wife of Rudra.  
uzanas %{A} (Pa1n2. 7-1 , 94 ; Ved. acc. %{Am} ; Ved. loc. and dat. %{e} ; voc. %{as} ,
%{a} , and %{an} Ka1s3. on Pa1n2.) m. N. of an ancient sage with the patronymic
Ka1vya RV. AV. iv , 29 , 6 Kaus3. (in later times identified with S3ukra , the teacher of
the Asuras , who presides over the planet Venus) ; N. of the planet Venus MBh. Ya1jn5.
Pan5cat. &c. ; N. of the author of a Dharma-s3a1stra Hcat. i , 5 ; (%{uzanasaH@stoma}
m. N. of a verse (RV. v , 29 , 9) to be muttered by one who thinks himself poisoned
As3vS3r. v , 9 , 1.)  
vasuka m. (in a formula) is said to = %{vAsayitR} (prob. `" one who clothes "') MaitrS.
Ta1n2d2Br. ;
vAsuki m. (fr. %{vasuka}) N. of a divine being Gobh. Kaus3. ; of a serpent-king (one of
the three chief kings of the Na1gas , the other two being S3esha and Takshaka ; the
gods and demons used the serpent Va1suki as a rope for twisting round the mountain
Mandara when they churned the ocean RTL. 108 , 233) MBh. R. &c. ; of an author
Prata1p. Sch. ; of another man Pravar.
imilar seal from Mesopotamia Uma-catush astazikhara m. = %{mastaka} q.v. S3ak.
Katha1s. %{-samaya} m. `" the moment of sunset "' and `" the moment of end or death "'
S3is3. ix , 5.
rudhira mfn. (prob. fr. the above lost root
%{rudh} , `" to be red "' ; cf. %{rohita} and
also under %{rudra}) red , blood-red ,
bloody AV. v , 29 , 10 [884,3] ; m. the
bloodred planet or Mars VarBr2S. Pan5cat.  
rudra mfn. (prob.) crying , howling , roaring ,
dreadful , terrific , terrible , horrible (applied
to the As3vins , Agni , Indra , Mitra ,
Varun2a , and the %{spa4zaH}) RV. AV.
(accord. to others `" red , shining , glittering
"' , fr. a %{rud} or %{rudh} connected with
%{rudhira} ; others `" strong , having or
bestowing strength or power "' , fr. a %{rud}
= %{vRd} , %{vRdh}
rudravartani (%{rudra4-}) m. du. `" moving in
terrific paths "'N. of the As3vins RV. (others
`" moving on red or shining paths "' , scil.
after the rising of the dawn).
rudrAGkuza m. RñRudra's trident Ba1lar.
ruzanA f. N. of one of the wives of Rudra
BhP.  
uzanA ind. with desire or haste , zealously
RV. ; (%{A}) f. N. of a wife of Rudra.  
Above sita is created with Avyav-asta
sita 3 mf(%{A})n. (prob. formed fr. %{a-sita} as %{sura}
fr. %{asura} ; for 1. and 2. %{sita} see p. 1213 , col. 1 ;
for 4. see 1. %{so}) white , pale , bright , light (said of a
day in the light half of a month and of the waxing moon)
MBh. Ka1v. &c. ; candid , pure (see %{-karman}) ; m.
white (the colour) L. ; the light half of the month from new
to full moon VarBr2S. ; the planet Venus or its regent (=
%{zukra}) ib. ; sugar ib. ; Bauhinia Candida L. ; N. of one
of Skanda's attendants MBh.  
The colour red [Cf. Gk. $
; Lat. &267944[884 ,3]
{ruber} , {rubeo} , {rufus} ;
Lith. {ru4das} , {rau4das}
, {raudo4nas} ; Slav.
{ru8dru8} , {ru8de8ti} ;
Goth. {rauths} ; Angl.
Sax. {rea4d} ; Eng. {red} ;
Germ. {ro7t} , {rot}.]
Bhrgu's wife Usana
ruzanA f. N. of one of the
wives of Rudra BhP.  
uzanA ind. with desire or
haste , zealously RV. ;
(%{A}) f. N. of a wife of
Rudra.  
umA f. (perhaps fr. %{ve} BRD.) flax (Linum Usitatissimum) S3Br. vi Kaus3. Pa1n2. ;
turmeric (Curcuma Longa) Car. ; N. of the daughter of Himavat (wife of the god S3iva ;
also called Pa1rvati1 and Durga1 ; the name is said to be derived from %{u@mA} , `" O
[child] , do not [practise austerities] "' the exclamation addressed to Pa1rvati1 by her
mother) Hariv. 946 S3ivaP. Kum. i , 26 R. Ragh. &c. ; N. of several women ; splendour ,
light L. ; fame , reputation L. ; quiet , tranquillity L. ; night L.
6 Uma m. (Un2. i , 143) a helper , friend , companion RV. AV. v , 2 , 1 ; 3 AitBr.
S3a1n3khS3r. ; (%{am}) n. N. of a town or place Comm. on Un2. Siddh.  
7 Uma see 3. %{U}.  
8 umAcaturthI f. the fourth day in the light half of the month Jyaisht2ha.
9 umAguru m. `" Uma1's Guru or father "'N. of Himavat ; %{-nadI} f. N. of a river Hariv.
10 umAkAnta m. `" Uma1's loved one "'N. of S3iva MBh. Xiii.
Uma-catush is defined as a festaval in a Sanskrit dictionary. This was one of my first
finds the
constellation Cepheus as the Phonic for Uma. The Indus and Sumerian seals (below top
left) were
taken from a book that showed a realtionship between the sentance structure of early
Sumerian
signs and Indus signs.The top image below was taken from that book.  I found the sign
for Uma
by first finding the Sumerian name for that pictorial sign that matched the Indus sign. The
Sumerian
sign meant Flax and the constellation Cepheus. The Sanskrit Uma was the goddess of
Flax. The
story is where Uma's mother tries to persuade her not to seek a hard life of dovotion to
God, but
instead be a weaver of Flax. The Sumerian and Indus seals below show the number four:
three
times in the Sumerian seal, in the Indus seal it appears to evolve from three into four.
Uma-Catush
where Catush is the Sanskrit number 4.   This sign usually appears with a fork of three
just This sign usually appears with a fork of three just like in
the constellation Cepheus, that is in the fourth quarter of the Ecliptic's rise to the
celastreal equator.
In the seals below Uma-catush is spelled two different ways one with the sign for Ush
(Orion) and
a strong Guni modifier. In Sanskrit the number four can be spelled two ways Cat-ush or
Cat-urthi.
The sign for the constellation Virgo is Chitra.
tAm-ranetra mfn.
red-eyed.
hi-ranya-aksa
Here the symbolizm is the crown astazikhara m. = %{mastaka} q.v. S3ak. Katha1s. %{-samaya} m. `"
the moment of sunset "' and `" the moment of end or death "'  
zIrSodaya mfn. rising in front (said of the zodiacal signs Gemini , Leo , Virgo , Libra , Scorpio , Aquarius
, and Pisces).  
To the left siting crowned figure is a rising in front Virgo on the right Sukra or Zakra conquerer of Indra
on the left four path glyph with the cancer sign a rising from behind constellation.
This relates to a family name of Sukra, he is from the lion Avatar that desends from the "Boar Avatar
Hamsa". The names are codifyed in a Matris taken from a historic Kings. The rising from ether before
or behind is a religious sense of worship of deferent stages of Brahmanism, the bottom seal has all
with vizva all or both Grahasta and Vanaprastha
zekhara m. (fr. or connected with %{zikhara}) the top or crown of the head Katha1s. ; a chaplet or
wreath of flowers worn on the top of the head , crown , diadem , crest Hariv. Ka1m. Pur. &c. ; a peak ,
summit , crest (of a mountain) ib. Ra1jat. ; (mostly ifc.) the highest part , chief or head or best or most
beautiful of (%{-tA} f.) , R2it. Caurap. Dhu1rtas.
uSNISa %{as} , %{am} m. n. (%{uSNam@ISate@hinasti} , %{zakandhv-Adi} [Va1rtt. on Pa1n2. 6-1 ,
94] %{para-rUpam} T.) anything wound round the head , turban , fillet AV. xv , 2 , 1-4 S3Br. A1s3vS3r.
Ka1tyS3r. MBh. &c. ; a diadem , crown L. ; a kind of excrescence on the head of Buddha.
zakra mf(%{A4})n. strong , powerful , mighty (applied to various gods , but esp. to Indra) RV. AV. TBr.
La1t2y. ; m. N. of Indra MBh. Ka1v. &c. ; of an A1ditya MBh. Hariv. ; of the number , fourteen "' Gan2it.
; Wrightia Antidysenterica L. ; Terminalia Arjuna L.
84 zAkra mf(%{I})n. (fr. %{zakra}) relating or belonging or sacred to or addressed to Indra MBh.
VarBr2S. Katha1s. ; (%{I}) f. Indra's wife (also applied to Durga1) Pur. ; n. the Nakshatra Jyesht2ha1
(presided over by Indra) VarBr2S.  
zukra mf(%{A4})n. (fr. 1. %{zuc} cf. %{zukla}) bright , resplendent RV. AV. VS. Br. MBh. ; clear , pure
RV. AV. VS. S3Br. ; light-coloured , white RV. AV. S3a1n3khBr. ; pure , spotless RV. Br. ; m. N. of Agni
or fire R. ; of a month (Jyesht2ha = May-June , personified as the guardian of Kubera's treasure) MBh.
Sus3r. ; the planet Venus or its regent (regarded as the son of Bhr2igu and preceptor of the Daityas)
MBh.
zakradaivata n. `" having IñIndra as deity "'N. of the Nakshatra Jyesht2ha1 VarBr2S. . [1045,2]
zakraprastha n. N. of ancient Delhi (= %{indra-prastha}) MBh. BhP.
Below the colour red "rud" "hara" redish brown "Hira" gold yellow
Hiranya-kasipu ruled a place around Harappa
rudra mfn. (prob.) crying , howling , roaring , dreadful
hrAda m. sound , noise , roar (of thunder) ChUp. MBh. Kir. ; sound (in a phonetical sense) Pat. ; N. of a serpent-demon
MBh. ; of a son of Hiran2yakas3ipu Hariv. Pur.  hrAd (cf. %{hlAd}) cl. 1. A1. (Dha1tup. ii , 25) %{hrAdate} (pf. %{jahrAde}
as Pass. impers. Bhat2t2. ; Gr. also aor. %{ahrAdiSTa} &c.) , to sound , roar , make a noise (mostly with a preposition
cf. %{nir-} , and %{saM-hrAa}): Caus. %{hrAdayati} , to cause to sound A1pGr2. ; to refresh , delight (= or w.r. for
%{hlAdayati}) Ma1rkP. [Cf. Gk. $.] &394746[1307 ,2] hiraNya n. (ifc. f. %{A} ; prob. connected with %{hari} , %{harit} ,
%{hiri}) gold (orig. `" uncoined gold or other precious metal ; `" in later language `" coined gold "' -or `" money "') RV. &c.
&c. ; Anurohati %{is} mf. a descendant of Anu-rohat (according to T. v.l. for %{-hArati} q.v.)  
hari 2 mfn. (prob. fr. a lost %{hR} , `" to be yellow or green "' ; for 1. %{hari} see above , col. 2) fawn-coloured , reddish
brown , brown , tawny , pale yellow , yellow , fallow , bay (esp. applied to horses) , green , greenish RV. &c , &c. ; m.
yellow or reddish brown or green (the colour) L. ; a horse , steed (esp. of Indra) RV. &c. &c. ; a lion MBh. Ka1v. &c. ; the
sign of the zodiac Leo VarBr2S. ;
AnurohiNa mf(%{I})n. belonging to the constellation Rohin2i1.  
rathAroha m. `" mounted on a chñchariots "' , one who fights from a chñchariots MBh. ; the mounting or ascending a
chñchariots S3ak.
36 rathArohin mfn. one who fights from a chñchariots L.
To the right of  the Rohita
"Taurus" glyph is the two
circles with lines to the
right of it is two strait lines
I found to be "sam" as in
Sam-bhuva = Siva. from
the constellation
bharaNya (fr.
%{bharaNa}) Nom. P.
%{-yati} = %{sam-bhR} g.
%{kaNDv-Adi} (Gan2ar.)  
The fish sign next to
Rohita= Rudra  with the
same two lines fish is
"Gana" gaNapATha m. a
collection of the Gan2as
or series of words
following the same
grammatical rule
(ascribed to Pa1n2ini).As
a famly name like
prabhAvat ; (%{I}) f. the
lute of one of the Gan2as
or demigods attendant on
S3iva L. ;  saMgha m. (fr.
%{sam} + %{han}) `"
close contact or
combination "' , any
collection or assemblage
, heap , multitude ,
quantity , crowd , host ,
number (generally with
gen. pl. or ifc. , e.g.
%{muni-s-} , `" a
multitude of sages "' BhP.
; %{zatru-s-} , a host of
enemies Ra1jat.) MBh.
Ka1v. &c. ; any number of
people living together for
a certain purpose , a
society , association ,
company , community ; a
clerical community ,
congregation , church
Mn. Sa1h. &c. ; (esp.) the
whole community or
collective body or
brotherhood of monks
(with Buddhists ; also
applied to a monkish
fraternity or sect among
Jainas) Buddh. Sarvad.
MWB. 176.
saMgrAmasiMha m.
`" lion in battle "'N. of
an official in the
lower regions
Katha1s.