March 2016
Note: This article has been published on Esamskriti.

A cylinder seal discovered at the Indus Valley site of Kalibangan (K-65) has a complex narrative. It shows
a goddess figure wearing a horned headdress, having the hind part of a tiger. She is wearing a long head-scarf, and both her hands are covered with bangles. On either side of her, two men are trying to spear each other. They are holding the hands of a lady who is wearing a long head-scarf, bangles in one arm, and a long skirt.