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[[Talaksan:Kailash Tibet.jpg|thumb|right|x216px|Sacred [[Mount Kailash]] in [[Tibet]] is regarded as the spiritual abode of [[Shiva|Lord Shiva]].]]
[[Talaksan:Shiva Pashupati.jpg|thumb|200px|The so-called ''[[Shiva]] [[Pashupati]]'' seal]]
[[Talaksan:SADF Hindu Chaplain Shoulderboard.jpg|thumb|right|200px|Navy shoulderboard for Hindu military chaplain, South African military]]
Ang pinakamaagang ebidensiya ng [pprehistorikong[prehistorikong relihiyon]] sa [[India]] ay mula pa noong huling [[Neolitiko]] sa panahong [[maagang Harappan]] (5500 BCE&nbsp;–2600 BCE).<ref name=nikhilupa3to8>{{Harvnb|Nikhilananda|1990|pp=3–8}}</ref><ref
name=History>[http://www.bbc.co.uk/religion/religions/hinduism/history/history_1.shtml "Hindu History"] The BBC names a bath and phallic symbols of the [[Harappan civilization]] as features of the "Prehistoric religion (3000–1000 BCE)".</ref> Ang mga paniniwala at mga kasanayan ng panahong bago-ang-klasiko (1500 BCE - 500 BCE) ay tinatawag na [[historikal na relihiyong Vediko]]". Ang relihiyong Vediko ay nagpapakita ng impluwensiya mula sa [[relihiyong Proto-Indo-Europeo]].<ref>[http://books.google.com/books?id=Vp_q_MjupOIC&lpg=PA184&dq=vedic%20religion%20proto-indo-european&pg=PA184#v=onepage&q=vedic%20religion%20proto-indo-european&f=false Invasion of the Genes Genetic Heritage of India, p. 184, by B. S. Ahloowalia, Strategic Book Publishing, 30 Oktubre 2009. "Elements of Vedic religion go back to Proto-Indo-European times."]</ref><ref>[http://books.google.com/books?id=EB4fB0inNYEC&lpg=PP1&dq=vedic%20religion%20proto-indo-european&pg=PA242#v=snippet&q=proto-indo-european%20vedic&f=false Indo-European sacred space: Vedic and Roman cult, p. 242, by Roger D. Woodard, University of Illinois Press, 25 Setyembre 2006. "Vedic and Roman religious practice both continue a Proto-Indo-European doctrine and cultic use of dual sacred spaces"]</ref><ref>[http://books.google.com/books?id=4W4fg2xZAOwC&lpg=PA18&dq=vedic%20religion%20proto-indo-european&pg=PA18#v=onepage&q=vedic%20religion%20proto-indo-european&f=false The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Religion and Social Justice, p. 18, by Michael D. Palmer and Stanley M. Burgess, John Wiley & Sons, 3 Abril 2012. "The Vedas are a collection of religious texts brought to India by the Indo-European peoples, various tribes that moved into India perhaps from about 2000 BCE onwards."]</ref><ref>[http://www.bbc.co.uk/religion/religions/hinduism/history/history_1.shtml#section_3 Hindu History] "...the language of vedic culture was vedic Sanskrit, which is related to other languages in the Indo-European language group. This suggests that Indo-European speakers had a common linguistic origin known by scholars as Proto-Indo-European."</ref> Ang pinakamatandang [[Veda]] ang [[Rigveda]] na may petsang 1700 BCE&nbsp;–1100 BCE.<ref>T. Oberlies (''Die Religion des Rgveda'', Vienna 1998. p. 158) based on 'cumulative evidence' sets wide range of 1700–1100.</ref> Ang mga [[Veda]] ay nakasentro sa pagsamba ng mga [[diyos]] gaya nina ''[[Indra]]'', ''[[Varuna]]'' at ''[[Agni]]'' at sa ritwal na ''[[Soma]]'' ritual. Ang mga handog na apoy na tinatawag na ''[[yagna|{{IAST|yajña}}]]'' ay isinasagawa sa pamamagitan ng pag-awit ng mga mantra na Vediko ngunit walang mga templo o [[Murti|idolong]] alam.<ref>{{Citation |last=Singh|first=Upinder|title=A History of Ancient and Early Medieval India: From the Stone Age to the 12th Century|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=H3lUIIYxWkEC&pg=PA195|year=2008|publisher=Pearson Education India|isbn=978-81-317-1120-0|page=195}}</ref><ref>{{Citation | last = Brockington| first = JL| title = The Sacred Thread: Hinduism in its Continuity and Diversity| publisher = Edinburgh University Press| year = 1984| page = 7| url =}}</ref>