Pre-Vedic Indus Valley Religion: From philosophical examinations (on the names of the spots and winning legends and philology) and hereditary research it is currently turning out to be certain that Prophet Abraham’s east bound relatives have lived around the Indus district. In this association Siva of Hinduism requests consideration on account of his incredible association with religious image of Sacred Stone.
This was unsuitable to early Vedics who used to criticize pre-Vedic Saivites as admirers of Sisna (penis) which is a purposive word dispossessed of any mysticism. Be that as it may, when Vedic religion neglected to adapt to Siva’s fame – they swung to assimilate Siva’s picture by offering ascend to different agnostic myths of Phallic and Linga-yoni venerate. In the Pre Vedic Indus Valley Inscriptions and in the Vaisali Inscriptions Ka and Linga were co-related.
amid the time of Indus human advancement Ka and Linga were diverse in the field of love, yet in the dialect they were together creating one phonetic esteem. G.R. Seeker examined the Indus Inscriptions “Ka” as a bi-syllabic word ak-ka (maybe professed as single consonant) and he set that the entire ideographic presentation implies a hireling to God or Hero.
Weird legend about “KA” in Kashmir: In Bijbihara, south of Srinagar, a place on the riverbank is still alluded to as “Moses” shower put’, where there is an enchantment stone called Ka-Ka-Bal or Sang-i–Musa (stone of Moses). As per legend, the stone, around 70 kilograms in weight, should ascend without anyone else and stayed suspended at around one meter off the ground if eleven individuals touch it with one finger while effectively droning the enchantment spell ‘Ka-Ka, Ka-Ka’.