Harappan era drawings discovered near Hampi, Karnataka
Pictographs of Harappan (Sindhu) era discovered near Hampi. The pictographs are available in Gondi dialect.
Experts discovered at least 20 drawings of the Harappan (Sindhu) era in Gondi dialect near Hampi, Karnataka. The drawings were found on a boulder on top of a hill near Talwarghatta that is adjacent to river Tungbhadra.
The script used on the boulders was identified as Harappan culture-based script in Gondi dialect by Experts in Gondi script, including Dr. Moti Ravan Kangale and Prakash Salame of Nagpur. The Gondi dialect includes aalin (man), sary (road/way), nel (paddy), sukkum (star/dot), nooru (headman).
Such drawings are found in Chhattisgarh and also in interior structures of Gotuls (learning centres for youths) in Bastar region.