Mary Settegast found this relationship (below) between an Indus valley
inscription and an inscription above a cave painting. The European cave
inscription is of obvious Indus Valley origin, 2300 BC judging from the
evolution of the sign Siva . The inference here is the Sanskrit sentence
became European and Western Greek alphabets. The sentence structure is
the same as the second and third lines of the Kabul manuscript.
The top; GiriVarna

Bottom; Gi +ri + VaR
+ na
Vishuddha has 16 purple petals
upon which are written the 16
Sanskrit vowels in
golden;

अ a    आ ā    इ i    ई ī    उ u   ऊ ū

ऋ ṛ     ॠ ṝ     ऌ ḷ   ॡ ḹ   ए e  ऐ ai

ओ o   औ au   अः ḥ    अं ṃ
It appears as a method of
distinguishing short and
long vowels
आ ā on the
Indus inscription the first
part " Sivo raksatu" has no
long vowels
आ ā "
girvarna + Paran" has two,
while "bhasarasasvadatat"
has three. The two cup
glyphs one has a three
and the other a two.
rasAsvAda m. `" sipping of juice "' or `"
perception of pleasure "' Veda7ntas. ;
%{-din} m. `" juice-sipper "' , a bee L.