Writing is the procedure where you compose letters to shape a word, which shows emotion and feeling, and this writing is used as tool and medium for communication. The origins of writing start from the earliest civilizations of Tigris and the Nile. Both civilizations Egyptian and the Sumerian (Iraq) changed and transformed the development of human being. When it comes to evolutionary processes of writing in Indus and China, the history tells us that the Indus script is known as the earliest form of the writing in the subcontinent and the Chinese writing started in an early second millennium.
Before mentioning the history and writing the people used to make symbolical marks on different things like the bones and shell of a tortoise, these were not a just part of the language, but they were a tool to communicate the ideas of people in the early ages. The Indus writings and Chinese writings both have had some similarities as if they both used the forms of photographic writings, and they give a variety of clues to understand the functions of proto-writing. The historical study shows some similarities, but we cannot ignore the differences between these two well-known writing startups. There exist some differences like:
The Indus scripts are only known in an archeological way; this is what we assume based on certainty. The association of writing is only liked with the elite classes who tried to record the transactions and record them. Besides, it is said that the writings were also used for the administrative purposes of the state or their civilization. According to the research study, the Indus clay tags have also been found in the Mesopotamian region outside of the Indus valley civilization, and this shows how much people traveled for the reasons like a trade. The reason that this Indus script declined is that the Indus valley civilization was towards the decline. The script, which was invented, could not be expanded to the other parts of sub-continent.
Chinese characters are the oldest and continuously used system of the writings in the world, which were invented by taking inspiration from nature like landscapes of earth, a world of animals and the stars in the sky. The Chinese writings developed from the images mostly which were used to show a concept. The scripts made ways more natural because the people could not also read, but they also understood the concepts, one of the negative impression was it created a class system.
Through a sequence of examinations. The possible relationship between Chinese and Indus the two ancient writing systems has been correlated and through the Indus scripts and Chinese characters it has been discussed that how these two writing systems develop differently being related closely having a common origin and many similarities. Anyhow, these two systems are related closely and have at least a common origin.