‘Majestic’ is the only word that can describe the bull on this Harappan seal. Representing a Zebu or Bos Indicus bull, indigenous to India, the original Bull Seal found at the sites of Harappa and Mohenjo-daro were much larger than the other seals that were found. Experts believe this indicates that it may have had special significance.
Interestingly, this grand Zebu bull can still be found in the region across Gujarat and Sindh, where most of the big Harappan-era sites are located!
Do note that these replicas are much larger than the original Harappan seals, to allow you to use them as wall hangings or showcase them. Each seal comes framed and has a provision at the back to both hang the frame or leave it standing on a flat table.
Care Instructions: Fragile. Handle with care.In order to maintain fairness to our artisans and craftsmen, as well as to keep our prices fair, we accept returns only for damaged products. This product is non refundable and non-returnable.