The Gujarati inscription with the endless knot is an example of an exact match of a complex image found on three Indus
Valley artifacts.  My theory is the writing around the Gujarati inscription is a grant of land or more, given to be enjoyed
"bhoga" same as the knot in the Indus artifacts the main meaning is to be enjoyed. The vowel "o" on both sides of the knot
and it's importance in the Brahmi scripts evolution to the devanAgarI`" divine city writing "' shows it to be a very important
vowel for probably many reasons.
In the three Indus Valley images (below) of Varuna holding back two tigers, over his head, on one artifact is the circle of

Samsara,
same as the symbol for Samsara today.  Abhoga Varuna's umbrella is probably the medical drugs Rddhi  and
vRddhi that cause enjoyment thus Samsara. The endless knot iconography does symbolise Samsara, the endless cycle of
suffering or birth, death and rebirth.
I believe Samsara and the word Sarva to be connected as Sarva jana is the drug Rddhi.  
bhujbhugna        mfn. bent ,
curved , crooked , distorted A1s3vGr2. MBh. &c.
; N. of the Sam2dhi of %{o} and , %{au} before nonlabial vowels RPra1t.
   bhaj enjoy , bhakSa  enjoyed , bhoga %{bhuj}) enjoyment , bhuj  %{bhuGkte4} enjoy  ,
bhakSa  %{-bIja} %{bhakSya-b-}
From enjoy to seed
 bIja %{vIja} %{A}) seed (of plants) the mystical letter or syllable which forms the essential part of the
Mantra of any deity RTL. 197 &c.
;  bIjamantra  N. of a mystical syllable of a Mantra. vAribIja        n. the seed or germ of
water Sarvad. ; N. of the mystical syllable %{bam}.
Epigraphical evidence highlighted by Professor Richard Salomon of the University of Washington has shown that the order of letters in the Kharosthi script
follows what has become known as the Arapacana alphabet. As preserved in Sanskrit documents, the alphabet runs:

a ra pa ca na la da ba ḍa ṣa va ta ya ṣṭa ka sa ma ga stha ja śva dha śa kha kṣa sta jñā rtha (or ha) bha cha sma hva tsa gha ṭha ṇa pha
ska ysa śca ṭa ḍha
Some variations in both the number and order of syllables occur in extant texts.
suvarNakarSa        m. a Karsha
weight of gold MW.
suvarNamASa        m.
(Pra7yas3c.) or a partic. weight (=

5 Kr2ishn2alas or 12
Dha1nya-ma1shas
).
suvarNamASaka        (Sus3r.) , a
partic. weight (=
5 Kr2ishn2alas
or 12 Dha1nya-ma1shas
).
svadhAvingurutva        n. (its)
own weight Subh.
svarNa        m. (contracted from
%{su-varNa}) a partic. Agni Hariv. ;
n. gold (as a weight= one Karsha
of gold) Ya1jn5. Ka1v. Katha1s.
&c. ;
karsna
kRSNa        1 mf(%{A4})n. black ,
dark , dark-blue (opposed to
%{zveta4} , %{zukla4} , %{ro4hita}
, and %{aruNa4}) RV. AV. &c.
kRSNala        n. rarely [Ya1jn5. i ,
362] m. (g. %{sidhmA7di}) the
black berry of the plant Abrus
precatorius used as a weight (the
average weight being between one
and two grains) Ka1t2h. TBr. Mn.
Ya1jn5. Comm. on Ka1tyS3r. &c. ;
a coin of the same weight Mn.
Ya1jn5. ; a piece of gold of the
same weight TS. Kaus3. Nya1yam.
; (%{A}) f. Abrus precatorius (a
shrub bearing a small black and
red berry = %{guJjA} , %{raktikA})
L.

nagn-akSapaNaka        m. a
naked mendicant Ka1d. ; mfn.
(place) containing (only) nñnaked
mñmendicant Ca1n2.
akSakSapaNa        m. N. of a
gambler Katha1s.
akSAvapana        n. a dice-board
S3Br.
AkSepaNa        mf(%{I})n.
charming , transporting Ma1lati1m.
; (%{am}) n. throwing , tossing
Sus3r. ; reviling Vishn2us. ;
objecting Car.
AkSikapaNa        m. a stake , bet
L.

apakSepaNa        n. throwing
down , &c.
arthopakSspaNa        n.
suggesting or indicating a matter
Sa1h.
avakSepaNa        n. throwing
down , overcoming Pa1n2. 1-3 , 32
, &c. ;

digantara        n. another region ,
a foreign country Ragh. ii , 15
Ra1jat. &c. ; a quarter of the sky ;
(also pl.) space , the atmosphere
Ka1d. = %{ambara} mfn. `" sky
clothed "' i.e. quite naked Bhartr2.
iii , 90 Pan5c. v , 14 ; m. (also
%{-ka}) a naked mendicant (esp.
of the Jaina or Bauddha sect cf. 1.
%{kSapaNa}) Prab. Vet. &c. MWB.
530 &c. ;

kSapaNa        1 m. `" fasting "' , a
religious mendicant , Jaina (or
Buddhist) mendicant L. ; N. of a
Sama1dhi Ka1ran2d2. ; (%{As}) m.
pl.N. of a Buddhist school L. ;
(%{A}) f. N. of a Yogini1 Hcat. ;
(%{am}) n. abstinence ,
chastisement of the body [`" pause
, interuption (of study) , defilement
, impurity "' Comm. ; cf. 2.
%{kSapaNa}] Pa1rGr2. Gaut. Mn.
iv , 222 ; v , 71 MBh. xiii , 5145.
kSapaNaka        m. a religious
mendicant , (especially a) Jaina
mendicant who wears no garments
MBh. i , 789 Ca1n2. Pan5cat.
Ka1d. &c. ; N. of an author
supposed to have lived at the
court of king Vikrama7ditya
(perhaps the Jaina astronomer
Siddha-sena).
gophaNA        f. a bandage
hollowed out to fit the chin or nose
&c. Sus3r.
phaNa        m. scum , froth TBr.
(cf. %{phena}) ; (also %{A} f.)
the
expanded side of the nose
, a
nostril Sus
3r. ; (also %{A} f.) the
expanded hood or neck of a
serpent (esp. of the Coluber
Na1ga) MBh. Ka1v. &c. ; a stick
shaped like a serpent's hood
S3a1n3khGr2. ; mfn. having the
fingers shaped like a serpent's
hood L.
apanasa        mfn. without a nose
L.
aupanAsika        mfn. (fr. %{nAsA}
with %{upa}) , being on or near the
nose Sus3r.
ghrANatarpaNa        mfn.
pleasant to the
nose , fragrant
Hariv. 3710 ; n. odour , perfume R.
ii , 94 , 14 Ra1jat. v , 356.
upanAsika        n. the part
s
urrounding the nose , that which
is near the nose Sus3r.
prakSepaNa        n. pouring upon
Sus3r. ; (ifc.) throwing on or into
S3am2k. Ya1jn5. Sch. ;
fixing (as a
price) Ya1jn5.   


arghasaMsthApana        n. fixing
the price of commodities ,

appraising , assize (it is the act of
a king or ruler , in concert with the
traders , and should be done once
a week or once a fortnight) Mn. viii
, 402.
aropaNa        n. ( %{ruh}) , not
planting or fixing
.
AropaNa        n. causing to mount
or ascend Katha1s. ; raising up ,
elevating Katha1s. ; the act of
placing or fixing in or on R. Ragh.
Kum. ; the stringing of a bow R. ;
assigning , attribution , imposition ,
substitution Sa1h. ; planting L. ;
trusting , delivering L.
arpaNa        mf(%{I})n. procuring
MBh. xiii , 1007 ; consigning ,
entrusting ; (%{a4rpaNa}) n.
inserting , fixing R. ; piercing AV. xii
, 3 , 22

paNa        m. (ifc. f. %{A}) play ,
gaming , playing for a stake , a bet
or a wager (with gen. ; loc. or ifc. ;
%{paNaM-kR} , to make a bet ;
%{paNe@ni-as} , to stake at play)
Ya1jn5. MBh. R. &c.
; a compact
stipulation , agreement , treaty
Katha1s. Vet. Hit. ;
the thing
staked or the sum played for ,
wages , hire , reward MBh.
Mr2icch. Katha1s. ; a weight of
copper used as a coin (= 20
Ma1shas = 4 Ka1kini1s) Mn.
Ya1jn5. ; a partic. measure Pa1n2.
3-3 , 66 (`" a handful "' Sch.) ; a
commodity for sale L. ;
price L. ;
wealth , property L. ;
Aropaka
 planting Mn. ; fixing ;
causing to ascend L.
aropaNa        n. ( %{ruh}) , not
planting or
fixing.
Arkpana
AropaNa     
   n. causing to mount
or ascend Katha1s. ; raising up ,
elevating Katha1s. ; the act of
placing or
fixing in or on R. Ragh.
Kum. ; the stringing of a bow R. ;
assigning , attribution , imposition ,
substitution Sa1h. ; planting L. ;
trusting , delivering L.
arpaNa        mf(%{I})n. procuring
MBh. xiii , 1007 ; consigning ,
entrusting ; (%{a4rpaNa}) n.
inserting
, fixing R. ; piercing AV.
xii , 3 , 22 ; placing in or upon
Ragh. ii , 35 ; offering , delivering ,
consigning , entrusting of (gen. or
in comp.) ; giving back Hit.
phAlgunAla        m. the month
Pha1lguna (= %{phalgunAla})
L.
phenala        mfn. frothy ,
foamy L. (cf. %{phenila}).
phullanalinI        f. a lotus
plant in full bloom Mr2icch.
Devanagari digits
०        १        २        ३        ४        ५        ६        ७        ८        ९
0        1        2        3        4        5        6        7        8        9
bhoga-lAbha        m. `" acquisition
of profit "' , welfare La1t2y. ; the
gain or profit made by the use of
anything deposited or pledged W.
2.
bhogival-labha        n. `" dear to
serpent "' , kind of sandal L.
val-labha        mf(%{A})n. (Un2. iii
, 125) beloved above all , desired ,
dear to (gen. loc. , or comp.) MBh.
Ka1v. &c. ;of a grammarian and
various other writers and teachers
(also with %{gaNaka} and %
{nyAyA7cArya}) Cat. ; (%{A}) f. a
beloved female , wife , mistress R.
Ka1lid.
; N. of two plants (= %
{ativiSa} and %{priyaGgu}) L. ;
(%
{I}) f. N. of a city in Gujara1t (the
capital of a line of kings).

lAbha    
    m. meeting with ,
finding Mn. Katha1s.;
enjoying
MW. ;
N. of the 11th astrological
house or lunar mansion VarBr2S.
(also %{-sthAna} , Cat)

ba-labha-dra        mfn. strong ,
powerful L. ;
An-anta (the great
serpent
identified with him) Pur. W. ;

bhil-labh-USaNA
       f. the seed
of
Abrus Precatorius L.

A-labh        A1. %{-labhate} , to
take hold of , touch , handle RV.
TS. Ka1tyS3r. Mn. MBh. &c. ;

bA-labhAva        m. state of a
child , childhood , minority , infancy
, youth Mn. viii , 118 (Kull. `"
inattention "') MBh. &c. ; children
collectively Ma1lati1m. ;
recent rise
(of a planet) Ka1v.

vRddhi        2 f. (for 1. see p.
1010) growth , increase
one of the 8 principal drugs
(described as mild , cooling &c. ;
and a remedy for phlegm. leprosy ,
and worms) Sus3r. Bhpr.
; N. of
the 11th of the astrological
Yogas (or the Yoga star of the
11th lunar mansion) L.

lAbha        m. meeting with ,
finding Mn. Katha1s. ; obtaining ,
getting , attaining , acquisition ,
gain , profit Mn. MBh. &c. ;
enjoying MW. ;
N. of the 11th
astrological house or lunar
mansion VarBr2S. (also %{-
sthAna} , Cat)

bhava        m. ( %{bhU}) coming
info existence , birth , production ,
origin (= %{bhAva} Vop. ; ifc. , with
f. %{A} = arising or produced from
, being in , relating to) Ya1jn5.
MBh. Ka1v. &c. ;; worldly existence
, the world (= %{saMsAra} L.)
Ka1v. Pur. [749,1]  S3arva (later N.
of S3iva or a form of S3iva ; or N.
of a Rudra , and as such of the
number 11 or of the 11th lunar
mansion Gol. Var. Sch. ;

pUrvaphalgunI     
   f. `" the first
Phalguni "'N. of the
11th
Nakshatra
(cf. %{uttara-phalgunI})
VP. Un2. Sch. ; %{-
bhava}
pha-labhoga enjoyment of
consequences ; possession of rent
or profit ,  W.
pha-lAbhoga        m. non-
enjoyment of profits &c. MW.
pha-labhogin        mfn. enjoying
fruits or consñconsequences ,
receiving profits ib.
pha-labhuj        mfn. enjoying fruit
MW. ;
Both phal and bhoga are
serpents
bala and vala

bA-labhAva     
   m. state of a
child , childhood , minority , infancy
, youth Mn. viii , 118 (Kull. `"
inattention "') MBh. &c. ; children
collectively Ma1lati1m. ;
vRddhi     
one of the 8 principal drugs
(described as mild , cooling &c. ;
and a remedy for phlegm. leprosy ,
and worms) Sus3r. Bhpr.

val-labha        mf(%{A})n. (Un2. iii
, 125) beloved above all ,
; N. of
two plants (= %{ativiSa} and %
{priyaGgu}) L.

lakSmI    
    f. (nom. %{I4s} , rarely
%{I4} ; also ifc. as mf. , but n. %{i} ;
cf. %{lakSmIka}) a mark , sign ,
token RV. x , 71 , 2 Nir. iv , 10
; =
%{Rddhi} , %{vRddhi} , %
{priyaGgu} , and %{phalinI})
L. ;
of the
eleventh Kala1 of the
moon Cat. ;

priya        mf(%{A})n. beloved ,
dear to (gen. loc. dat. or comp.) ,
liked , favourite , wanted , own RV.
&c
.N. of 2 medicinal plants L.

%{Rddhi} , %{vRddhi}
priyaGgu     ; a medicinal plant
and perfume (commonly called
Priyan3gu and described in some
places as a fragrant seed) L.
      
;
sarvajana  
      m. every person
VarBr2S. BhP. Pan5car. &c. ; %{-
tA} f. id. Pan5car. ;
%{-priya} mfn.
dear to evñevery one ib. ; (%{A}) f.
a kind of
medicinal plant (= %
{Rddhi}) L.
;

maGgalya        mf(%{A})n.
auspicious , lucky , conferring
happiness Kaus3. Mn. MBh. &c. ;;
a partic. bulb (%{Rddhi}) ;= %
{priyaGgu}

phalavat
       (%{pha4la-}) mfn.
fruit-bearing , fructiferous ,
covered or laden with fruits AV.
VS. Gr2S. &c. ; yielding results ,
successful , profitable ,
advantageous AV. A1past. Hit. (%{-
tA} f. Jaim. Mcar. ; %{-tva} n.
ChUp. , S3am2h. Sa1h.) ; having
profit or advantage Vop. ;(others `"
the plant %{priyaGgu} "' ; cf. %
{phalinI}) Shad2vBr. Gobh. ; N. of
wk.

phalin        mfn. bearing or
yielding fruit , fruitful (met. =
productive of results or
consequences) RV. &c. &c. ;
reaping advantage , successful
AV. ; having an iron point (as an
arrow) Ragh. ; m. a fruit tree MBh.
; (%{inI}) f. a species of plant (= %
{agni-zikhA} or %{priyaGgu}) L. ;

viSNu-val-labha        mfn.
beloved by VņVishn2u W. ; (%{A})
f. N. of Lakshmi1 Tantras. ; basil L.
; = %{agni-zikhA} (a kind of plant)
L. ; Echites Caryophyllata W. ;
Ocymum Sanctum ib. ; N. of wk.
vRttAdhyayana        n. moral
conduct and repetition (of Veda) ;
%{-rddhi} (for %{Rddhi}) f. and %{-
sampatti} f. welfare resulting from
the above L.

sampad        f. success ,
accomplishment , completion ,
fulfilment , perfection Ya1jn5. MBh.
&c. wealth (personified = %
{lakSmI}) S3Br. ChUp. MBh. &c. ; a
kind of medicinal plant (= %
{vRddhi}) L. ;

zrI        3 f. (prob. to be connected
with 1. %{zri} and also with 1. %
{zrI} in the sense of `" diffusing
light or radiance "' [1098,3]  a kind
of drug = %
{vRddhi} ;

zrIvatsa        m. `" favourite of
S3ri1N. of Vishn2u L. ;

Swastika and Srivatsa together is
the same as the swastika and
endless knot. MaGgalya the eight
auspicious symbols includes the
Swastika and Srivatsa.
MaGgalya   a partic. bulb (%
{Rddhi})
zrI               %{zrI} a kind of drug =
%{vRddhi} ;  for Zri-vatsa
lakSmI        %{Rddhi} , %{vRddhi}
In the three Indus Valley images of
Varuna holding back two tigers,
over his head on one artifact
(above) is the circle of
Samsara
same as the symbol for Samsara
today.  Abhoga Varuna's umbrella
is probably the medical drugs
Rddhi  and vRddhi that cause
enjoyment thus Samsara. The
endless knot iconography
symbolised Samsara, the endless
cycle of suffering or birth, death
and rebirth within Tibetan
Buddhism the endless knot or
eternal knot (Sanskrit: śrīvatsa;
Tibetan  is a symbolic knot and
one of the Eight Auspicious
Symbols. It is an important cultural
marker in places significantly
influenced by Tibetan Buddhism
such as Tibet, Mongolia, Tuva,
Kalmykia, and Buryatia. It is also
sometimes found in Chinese art
and used in Chinese knots.

The Ashtamangala are a sacred
suite of Eight Auspicious Signs
endemic to a number of Indian
religions such as Hinduism,
Jainism, and Buddhism. The
symbols or "symbolic attributes"
(Tibetan: are yidam and teaching
tools. Not only do these attributes,
these energetic signatures, point
to qualities of enlightened
midstream, but they are the
investiture that ornaments these
enlightened "qualities" (Sanskrit:
guṇa; Tibetan: . Many cultural
enumerations and variations of the
Ashtamangala are extant.
akSara        mfn. imperishable ;
unalterable ; m. a sword L. ; S3iva
L. ; Vishn2u L. ; (%{A}) f. see
%{a4kSarA} below ; (%{am}) n. a
syllable ; the
syllable %{om} Mn. ;
a letter [m. Ra1matUp.] ; a vowel ;
a sound ; a word

akSa        2 m. ( 1. %{az} Un2.) a
die for gambling ; a cube ;;
a
weight called %{karSa} , equal
to 16 ma1shas ;a N. of the
number 5

three sounds %{a} , %{u} , %{m} ,

a  
      N. of Vishnu L. (especially
as the first of the three sounds in
the sacred
syllable %{om}).

adhy-akSaram        ind. on the
subject of syllables ; above all
syllables (as the mystic %{om}).

AdyamASaka      
  m. N. of a
weight equal to five gun5ja1s L.
ADhakika        mf(%{I})n. holding
or containing an A1d2haka , sown
with an A1d2haka of seed (as a
field) , &c. Pa1n2. 5-1 , 53 seq.

brahmabIja        n. `" seed of the
Veda "' , the sacred syllable %{om}
BhP. ; m. the mulberry tree L.
brahm-AkSara        n. the sacred
syllable %{om} BhP. ; %{-maya}
mf(%{I})n. consisting of sacred
syllables Hariv.

ek-AkSara        n. the sole
imperishable thing AV. v , 28 , 8 ; a
single syllable Subh. ; a
monosyllabic word VS. S3Br.
RPra1t. &c. ; th
e sacred
monosyllable %{om}
Mn. ii , 83
MBh. &c. ;

zabdAkSara        n. the sacred
syllable Om uttered aloud or
audibly Amr2itabUp.

ADhakika        mf(%{I})n. holding
or containing an A1d2haka , sown
with an A1d2haka of seed (as a
field) , &c. Pa1n2. 5-1 , 53 seq.
sarpaphaNa        m. a
snñsnake's hood Sus3r. ;
%{-ja} m. `" produced in a
snñsnake's hood "' , the
snñsnake-stone (a gem or
pearl said to be found in a
snñsnake's head and to
resemble the
berry of the
Abrus Precatorius) L.
bhujbhugna        mfn. bent , curved , crooked , distorted A1s3vGr2. MBh. &c. ; furrowed (as the brows) Ka1vya7d. ; forced aside Prab. ; bent down , cowed , disheartened
Katha1s. ;
N. of the Sam2dhi of %{o} and , %{au} before nonlabial vowels RPra1t.


mahAGga     
   (%{-hA7Gga}) mfn. having a great body or limbs (said of S3iva) MBh. ; m. (only L.) a camel ; a kind of rat ; Asteracantha Longifolia ; Plumbago Zeylanica.
pAlaka   
     mf(%{ikA})n. guarding , protecting , nourishing W. ; m. a guardian , protector MBh. (%{ikA} f.) ; a foster-father Ra1jat. ; a prince , ruler , sovereign ib. BhP.
[623,1] ; a world-protector (= %{loka-p-}) Ka1m. ; a horse-keeper , groom L. ; a maintainer , observer Ma1rkP. ; a species of plant with a poisonous bulb Sus3r.
;
Plumbago Zeylanica L.
; a horse L. ; N. of sev. princes Mr2icch. Katha1s. Pur. ; n. a spittoon Gal. (cf. %{pAla} above).

pAThin        mfn. one who has read or studied any subject ; knowing , conversant with (ifc.) MBh. Pur. ; m. a student ; a Bra1hman (esp. one who has finished his sacred
studies) W. ;
Plumbago Zeylanica (also %{pAThI-kuTa}) L.

trimada        m. the 3 narcotic plants (Cyperus rotundus , Plumbago zeylanica , and Embelia Ribes) ; the threefold haughtiness BhP. iii , 1 , 43.

zArdUla        m. (of unknown derivation) a tiger VS. &c. &c. ; a lion L. ; a panther , leopard L. ; the fabulous animal S3arabha L. ; a kind of bird L. ; any eminent person ,
best , excellent , pre-eminent (ifc. ; cf. %{vyAghra}) MBh. Ka1v. &c. ;
Plumbago Zeylanica L. ; N. of two metres (cf. below) Col. ; of a Ra1kshasa R. ; pl. N. of a S3a1kha1
or school of the Yajur-veda ; (%{I}) f. a tigress (also the mythical mother of tigers and other beasts of prey) MBh. R.

dhanaMjaya        mfn. = prec. mfn. RV. AV. TBr. ; m.fire , Ka1lh. ; a partic. vital air supposed to nourish the body Veda7ntas. ; Plumbago Zeylanica L. ; N. of Arjuna MBh.
Hariv. ; the 9th day of the Karma-ma1sa (s.v.) , the plant Terminalia Arjuna L. ; N. of a serpent-demon MBh. Hariv. BhP. ;

pAvaka        mf(%{A4})n. pure , clear , bright , shining RV. VS. AV. (said of Agni , ; N. of the number 3 (like all words for `" fire "' , because fire is of three kinds see
%{agni}) Su1ryas. Plumbago Zeylanica or some other species L.
Plumbago zeylanica L.

dahana        mf(%{I})n. burning , consuming by fire , scorching , destroying (chiefly ifc.) Hariv. BhP. Bhartr2. ; (said of the %{dhAraNA} of fire) Goraksh. 164 ; m. fire (of
three kinds) , Agni Kaus3. MBh. &c. (ifc. f. %{A} Hora1s3.) ; the numeral three VarBr2S. Su1ryas. ; one of the 5 forms of fire in the Sva1ha1-ka1ra Hariv. 10465 ; a pigeon
L. ;
Plumbago zeylanica L. ;


agni        m. ( %{ag} Un2.) fire , sacrificial fire (of three kinds , Ga1rhapatya , A1havani1ya , and Dakshin2a) ; the number three Su1ryas. ; the god of fire , the fire of the
stomach , digestive faculty , gastric fluid ; bile L. ; gold L. ; N. of various plants Semicarpus Anacardium Sus3r. ,
Plumbago Zeylanica and Rosea , Citrus Acida ; mystical
substitute for the letter %{r} ; in the Ka1tantra grammar N. of noun-stems ending in %{i} and %{u} [cf. Lat. {igni-s} ; Lith. {ugni-s} ; Slav. {ognj}].
agnimukha        (%{agni-}) mfn. having Agni for the mouth S3Br. ; m. a deity , a Bra1hman2a , a tonic medicine L. [5,3] ; Semicarpus Anacardium ; Plumbago Zeylanica
L. ; N. of a bug Pan5cat. ; (%{I}) f. Semicarpus Anacardium ; Gloriosa (or Methonica) Superba.
anala        m. ( %{an}) , fire ; the god of fire , digestive power , gastric juice ; bile L. ; wind L. ; N. of Vasudeva ; of a Muni ; of one of the eight Vasus ; of a monkey ; of
various plants (
Plumbago Zeylanica and Rosea ; Semicarpus Anacardium) ; the letter %{r} ; the number three ; (in astron.) the fiftieth year of Br2ihaspati's cycle ; the
third lunar mansion or Kr2ittika1 (?).

kRSNavartman        m. `" whose way is black "' , fire Mn. ii , 94 MBh. R. Ragh. xi , 42 ; the marking-nut plant (Plumbago Zeylanica) L. ;

agnibIja        n. gold L. ; N. of the letter %{r} Ra1matUp.

aho        (instead of %{ahA} [= %{a4har}] in comp. before the letter %{r}).
13.696 hasta than Citra is the start
Guru heavy is 5000 grams
5000/13.696 = 365.07grams
two tin ingots guru and kutila.
Because both the Gregorian and 13
Moon calendars operate with 52
seven-day weeks annually (364 days),
the 13 Moon calendar provides a
perfect daily transition tool for hooking
back up with the higher-dimensional
order!
To the right Indus valley
endless knot with inscription
on other side of copper
tablet.