A) It is distinctly pro-Dravidian
B) It is distinctly Sanskritic
C) It is not alphabetical, but mainly pictographic
D) The language used by these scripts has definite Sumerian connections
Correct Answer: C
Solution :[c] The origin of Harappan Script is poorly understood as it is still undeciphered. It's connection with Indian writing system (e.g. Brahmi, Devanagari, Bengali etc scripts) is uncertain, so the option [a] and [b] are incorrect. The script is the Corpus of symbols produced during 3500-1900 BC, that consists pictures and figures and not any alphabets. So option [c] is correct. Option [d] is incorrect as there is no sumerian connection found yet in this regard.
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