The Images below are from Dr. S. Kalyanaraman "Ancient Near East
Rosetta stones with scorpion hieroglyph, Indus Script deciphered hematite
metal catalogues".  The seals are important because they contain the square
glyph with line above it, this glyph was found on many tin Ingots found in the
Levant. Although I have a deferent view as to the meaning of the Indus seals
than Dr. S. Kalyanaraman the two views have come together below. I have
come to believe the seals convey the names of family's written in an early
form of Sanskrit. Dr. S. Kalyanaraman believes the Seals the convey the
owners occupation or the material of that occupation written in an early form
of Sanskrit. Many times the names of a people of India were associated with
the region that produced all sorts of goods or a service, like Kasi below.

The odd nature of the artifact first led me to believe the symbolism was
Ran:ku the name the Santali people call themselves.  The seals below convey
a people and occupation of the weaver of wool. The seals below are from
Harappa, in Buddhist literature 'nam' or 'weaver' or 'chamar' or 'ranku' was a
product of Amdumbara country Bias or Vastas modern name of one of the
five rivers the region about Pathankot near Amritsar in the Panjab. This area
was known as Trigarta thus the crocodile Graha. Ranku made from the hair of
a goat or deer, the term 'rankava' a variety of wollen cloth which is known as
'chamar' (Camara the silk like tail of a yak). This is the goat called 'rang'
which flourish in the steps of the Pamir plateau and produced a very fine
shawl-wool. Rangi is a Jats found in Jind (body) a state of five gotra of jats
that are derived their names from parts of the Beri tree or audumbara (in
class. Sanskr2it commonly written %{auDu-}) mf(%{I})n. (fr.
%{ud[D]umba4ra}) , coming from the tree Udumbara or Ficus Religiosa.
The Chenab and Ravi Basin which stands for the 'Ravidas Culture ' the race
may be part Santali?
Sabha Parva:
The people of Kambojas ( Badakshan , Pamir) gifted Yudhisthira certain
woollen cloth. The shawls were manufactured from the wool or hair of the
deer (rankavah).
The Amarakosa as a Source of study about the costumes and textile
materials of the Gupta period. In the Amarasimha the textile are divided into
four groups.
1.  Valka (Ksauma)
2.  Phala
3.  Kauseya (silk) here silk was manufactured in the town of Kosakauzeya a.
silken; n. silk, a silk cloth.
68 (mwd) kauzeyaka n. silk cloth VarBr2S. xxvii , 27.  
69 (mwd) kauzika 2 mfn. forming a receptacle (as a wound ; see %{koza-vat})
B (%{am}) n. silk , silk cloth Ya1jn5. i , 186 MBh. xiii , 5502 ;a silk garment
BhP. x , 83 , 28.  
kAzi m. `" shining "' , the sun L. ; the clenched hand , fist , handful RV. iii ,
30 , 5 ; vii , 104 , 8 ; viii , 78 , 10 Kaus3. ; N. of a prince (the ancestor of the
kings of Ka1s3i , of the family of Bharata , son of Suhotra and grandfather of
Dhanvantari Hariv. 1734 ; fine cotton or silk (from Ka1s3i) DivyA7v.
kAzika mf(%{A} , %{I} Pa1n2. 4-2 , 116)n. coming from Ka1s3i Pat.: Lalit. ;
silken DivyA7v. ;