The majestic zebu bull, with its heavy dewlap and wide curving horns is perhaps the most impressive motif found on the Indus seals.
Ancient Indus Valley civilization bulls.
A humped bull figurine, similar to ones also found in Sohr Damb/Nal in Balochistan, with which Mundigak also shared burial customs in Period III [3400-2900 BCE]. Casal writes, after discussing the caprid [goat] types found on tasting glasses "Among
These two photographs are of two terracotta figurines, on the left is a female figurine with a scrolled headdress, and on the right is a humped bull with broken horns. In the first image (ASI no.
Smaller items start getting grouped for the photographs, in photographs from subsequent years we start to see many more objects grouped in each image.  Terracotta head, left. Terracotta bull, right. "Harappa offers a greater variety of animal
[Original 1931 text] We have certain proof in Nos 327-40 and Possibly No. 542, that this type of bull was known in India in very early times. The characteristic hump on the shoulders allows of no doubt whatsoever.
Humped bull figurine with molded head that is twisted to the side, and a mold used to make the head. The legs were made separated rather than being joined together. Hand formed body and attached head.