In the scientists’ opinion, the figures of mother goddesses worshiped by the ancient people as personifications of fertility and motherhood. In 1967-68, an interesting clay figure of this kind was discovered on Garghalartapasi site (Gazakh) by archaeologist Ideal Narimanov. The figure represents a female with no head and arms, sitting on Fowler’s position with joined legs. The female’s neck is decorated with wavy lines reminding of tresses. Scholars content the figure symbolizes a woman who let her hair down in a pray for rainfall. The figure is 2.3 cm tall, 1 cm wide and 4.8 cm long.