Dr S Kalyanaraman, the Director of Sarasvati Research Institute, Chennai has done elaborate work on reading the hypertexts available from a very large number of artifacts found in the Sindhu Sarasvati archaeological sites over the years In his many articles and books, he has been able to emphasize on two facts One is that a large volume of the information contained refers to metal working processes and sales of metal and alloy objects, The second is that it is possible to relate the interpretation of the scripts to almost every modern Indian language and of course languages of regions adjoining India which were involved in the ancient tin routes. He jubilantly records a Eureka moment in this very recent article https://bharatkalyan97.blogspot.com/2018/10/an-inscribed-pot-with-indus-script.html
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After R & D and technical management experience of over three decades in petroleum and organic chemical industry, have been devoting the past fifteen years to the study of Tamil and Sanskrit classics, including dharmic works and doing some serious translation work. Have been a significant contributor to the medha journal almost since its inception upto 2013 and expect to continue my association with it.