Pashupati Seal of Indus Valley Civilisation
Pashupati Seal is a seal with a figure seated cross-legged in the centre with animals around; an elephant and a tiger to the right of the figure and a rhino and a buffalo to its left. Pashupati Seal was discovered at the Mohenjo-daro archaeological site of the Indus Valley Civilization. It was once thought to be ithyphallic, an interpretation that is now mostly discarded. The man has a horned headdress and is surrounded by animals. He may represent a horned deity. The seal is kept in the National Museum of India in New Delhi.