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Articles by C.A.

Winters,Clyde Ahmad, "The Indus Valley Writing is Proto- Dravidian",Journal of T
amil Studies , no 25 (June 1984a), pp.50-64
Winters,Clyde Ahmad, "Further Notes on Japanese and Tamil" ,International Journa
l of Dravidian Linguistics 13, no2 (June 1984c) pages 347-353.
Winters, Clyde Ahmad, "The Inspiration of the Harappan Talismanic Seals", Tamil
Civilization 2, no1 (March 1984d), pages 1-8.
Winters, Clyde Ahmad, "The Harappan Writing of the Copper Tablets", Journal of I
ndian History LXll, nos.1-3 (1984), pages 1-5.
Winters, Clyde Ahmad, "The Proto-Culture of the Dravidians ,Manding and Sumerian
s", Tamil Civilization 3, no1 (March ,1985a) ,pages 1-9.
Winters, Clyde Ahmad, "The Indus Valley Writing and related Scripts of the 3rd M
illennium BC", India Past and Present 2, no1 ( 1985b), pages 13-19.
Winters,Clyde Ahmad Winters ,"The Dravidian Origin of the Mountain and Water Top
onyms in central Asia", Journal of Central Asia 9, no2 (1986d), pages 144-148.
Winters,Clyde Ahmad,"Tamil,Sumerian and Manding and the Genetic Model",Internati
onal Journal of Dravidian Linguistics,18,(1989) no l.
Winters,Clyde Ahmad, "Review of Dr. Asko Parpolas' "The Coming of the Aryans". I
nternational Journal of Dravidian Linguistics 18, no2 (1989) , pages 98-127.
Winters, Clyde Ahmad, "The Dravido Harappan Colonization of Central Asia", Centr
al Asiatic Journal 34, no1-2 (1990), pages 120-144.
________.(1996). Linguistic Continuity and African and Dravidian languages, Inte
rnational Journal of
Dravidian Linguistics, 23 (2), 34-52.
_________.(1994c). Ancient Dravidian: And introductory grammar of Harappan with
Vocabularies , Journal Tamil Studies, No.41, 1-21.
_________.(1995a). Ancient Dravidian:The Harappan signs, Journal Tamil Studies,
No.42, 1-23.
__________.(1995b). Ancient Dravidian: Harappan Grammar/Dictionary, Journal Tami
l Studies, No.43-44, 59-130.
_________.(1996). Linguistic Continuity and African and Dravidian languages, Int
ernational Journal of
Dravidian Linguistics, 23 (2), 34-52.
If you are interested you can find a detailed grammar and Vocabulary/Dictionary
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