Submerged Underwater Cities Ham Kush India Kususthali Dwarka Key Solution James I. Nienhuis Dancing From Genesis Origin Development Vedic Sanskrit Language Biblical Tongue Proto Canaanite Semitic Alphabet Replaced Indus Valley Script Translation Writing Decipherment Unlocking Mystery Lost Harappan Symbols Language Translation

With the dravidian Tamil language of ancient southern India generally agreed to have originated more than four thousand years ago, why not the same antiquity for the traditional ancient northern indian vedic Sanskrit language?  Sanskrit is said to have been imported from Turkey or somewhere circa 1000 b.c., but what about the undecifered archaic Indus Valley language from the heartland of the Sanskrit speakers? 

The proof that the Indus language became vedic Sanskrit, with the application of a semitic alphabet replacing the Indus script’s syllabic symbols, is that the submerged city of Dwarka, otherwise known as Kususthali, described in the Vedas, means oceanport or thalassocracy of Kush (Cham’s son), the Indus symbol for thala having been much like a triton-shaped figure, the U shape meaning tha, and the I shape within the U shape meaning la; for Kususthali, as they say in Sanskrit, the same Indus language of four-thousand years ago.

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