Photo Caption: Hinduism is believed to have its roots from the Indus Valley Civilization. Much like the Mother Goddess of these people, Hindus today worship their own form of a mother goddess named Parvati and Sakti.
Pakistan and India have incorporated many similiar ideas from the Indus River Valley Civilization into their present day culture and way of life. Even today, Pakistan and India have their own more complex version of a "Mother Goddess." Although the Nazi's gave the swastika a bad reputation, this symbol actually represents goodness and was on seals found in the civilization. This symbol impacted present day religion so much that archaeologists have been able to find ancient swastikas on Hindu architecture.
Have you used a dice lately? They believed that Indus people were most likely the first people to use a dice. Their dice was almost an exact replica of our dice. Other forms of games similar to ours, include an early form of chess. Even after the civilization vanished, they passed on many of their skills (like farming, trading, and brick-making) which later helped shape the cultures of India and Pakistan.