Harappan Site: A Miniature Depiction In Seals

This write-up will compare “Granary of Harappa” and its depiction in a seal in a symbolic miniature form. It is actually a vedic arena for rituals involving altars, fire sanctuary, vitritiyadesha, and shamitra shala for conducting Nirudha pasubandha ( model form) animal sacrifice.

Mohenjo-Daro Man Performing Raajasooya Yajna

The seal depicts the king at the time of royal consecration. He can be identified as a king by the distinct ornament on his forehead and arm symbolizing his kingly status and the blanket or Kambala, also called “Pandva”in Sanskrit at unction ceremony (Katyayana Srauta sutra, XV.5.12) that is worn over his lower Tarpya dress.

Granthis: The Psychic Knots And Its Depiction In Sculptures

Some sculptures in the temples of India are a bold representation of intimate embrace and love and appear to reveal some aspects of Tantra Yoga which were also an integral part of the temple sculptures very much like the depiction of puranic or religious episodes.

River Sarasvati As Eulogised In Rig Veda

The goddess of speech, knowledge, and learning which also flows like a river. All rivers flow but the river Sarasvati was sacred to the Vedic people maybe for the quality of water.