Loosely included under the rubric of terracotta "figurines" are the terracotta masks found at some Harappan sites. One mask clearly has a feline face with an open mouth with exposed fangs, a beard, small round ears and upright bovine horns.
Ancient Indus civilization masks.
Three terra cotta objects that combine human and animal features. These objects may have been used to tell stories in puppet shows or in ritual performances.
On the left is a seated animal figurine with female head.