Nikhil Agarwal
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Mother Goddess Figurine Pakistan, Mohenjodaro, ca. 2,600 - 1,900 B.C. Terra-cotta. Goddess worship in India goes back to prehistoric India. Archaeological remains from the cities of the Indus civilization (2600-1900 B.C.) include large numbers of crudely fashioned female clay figurines, generally called mother goddesses.

Mother Goddess Figurine Pakistan, Mohenjodaro, ca. 2,600 - 1,900 B.C. Terra-cotta. Goddess worship in India goes back to prehistoric India. Archaeological remains from the cities of the Indus civilization (2600-1900 B.C.) include large numbers of crudely fashioned female clay figurines, generally called mother goddesses.

Figure of a young dancer, from Mohenjo-Daro, Indus Valley, Pakistan, 3000-1500 BC (bronze)

Figure of a young dancer, from Mohenjo-Daro, Indus Valley, Pakistan, 3000-1500 BC (bronze)

Clay bullock cart found at Mohenjo-Daro - from ancient Indus Valley Civilization.

Clay bullock cart found at Mohenjo-Daro - from ancient Indus Valley Civilization.

Figure of a Mother Goddess, from Mohenjo-Daro, Indus Valley, Pakistan

Figure of a Mother Goddess, from Mohenjo-Daro, Indus Valley, Pakistan

Indus seal with unicorn bull - from archaeological site in Harappa, Punjab Pakistan. Even the most sophisticated modern cryptographic analysis has not been able to decipher the writing.

Indus seal with unicorn bull - from archaeological site in Harappa, Punjab Pakistan. Even the most sophisticated modern cryptographic analysis has not been able to decipher the writing.