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  • Jack Elliott

    Pashupati -The Horned God. This is an ancient representation of the "Lord of Animals", an archetype from the Mohenjo Daro culture, c.3000 BCE. The seated horned deity, peacefully surrounded by his totem beasts, recreates the sense of harmony with nature in which pre-Dravidian Indo-European agrarian cultures lived prior to the Aryan invasions. The similarity with Cernunnos is amazing!!..But also quite logical...the Celts came FROM Asia

  • John Hunter

    Pashupati seal of Mohenjo Daro ca. 2700 B.C.E.

  • Dawn Marie

    PashupatiNath horned god

  • Mary Eicher

    The earliest archaeological evidence of Yoga's existence could be found in stone seals which depict figures of Yoga Poses. The stone seals place Yoga's existence around 3000 B.C.

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