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  • Simran Chopra

    Picture of man in a yoga posture. Location: Indus Valley Civilization Date: 3300–1300 BCE. Yoga is also practiced today in many places which proves that it was influenced from the civilization.

  • John Hunter

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

  • Ernie R. Kenison

    Pashupati -The Horned God. This most ancient representation of the "Lord of Animals" archetype comes from the Mohenjo Daro culture of c.3000 BCE. The horned deity assumes a yogic pose still practiced today to bring in energy to the body core. He is surrounded by his totem beasts, recreating the sense of harmony with nature in which pre-Dravidian agrarian cultures lived. The similarity with Cernunnos is really amazing! But also quite logical ... the Celts came FROM Asia!

  • 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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