Mohenjo Daro, or “Mound of the Dead

Today I visited one of the Oldest city of human history according to my knowledge Prophet Abraham believed to have lived at the same time as Hammurabi who invented the first written language of Coniform or language of Rabi . It has been 6300 years since the civilizations of Sumer, Babylon, and Assyria existed as well as

” is an ancient Indus Valley Civilization according to the language of Rabi . Mohenjo Daro was destroyed at the same time when Lord destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah with the similar verbal story of a king who went into depression because of his Son married his own sister whom kings son did not knew that because of King Secrets affair. According to some language Lord destroyed the Mohenjo Daro because of king sins. The scriptures found in the Mound of the Dead is the style of Coniform original language of Hammurabi the design of its signs and the nature of the inscribed patterns on these objects are extremely similar to the first human written language. The language of Rabi is written in small mud tablets extremely similar to the two tablets of Prophets Moses Ten Commandments are written 3000 years later in the Aramaic Language . Semantic languages are the lights and wisdom to understand that life is not an accident, it’s a theological operation according to time and matter. The senses of sensible people can capture the reality through languages or common sense .The revolution of Human Fealty is to be worth by the gradual domestication of the idea of improvement towards a better change to reach reality of human life.

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Ajmal Mehdi


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