The descendants of Shiva ere called Shivi. Samrat Ushinara's son was Shivi. [8]Shivi was the name of a King and a Gana in ancient India, ruled by democratic
system of administration known as ganatantra. Kshudrakas had formed a sangha with Malavas. Sibia were the people descendants of Sibi. Shivis formed a
sangha with a big federation or sangha known as Jat, which is clear from Panini's shloka in grammar of Aṣṭādhyāyī. The famous Sanskrit scholar Panini of 500
BCE has mentioned in his Sanskrit grammar known as Aṣṭādhyāyī in the form of shloka as जट झट संघाते or Jata Jhata Sanghāte. This means that the terms 'Jat' and
'democratic federation' are synonymous.

The Sangha or democratic federation is than associated with Sankha and Jat as the family's of the federation Krishna's family was part of a Sangha or democratic
system. Sankha is then associated with the Unicorn.
The hundred year war
starts with both sides  
claiming decent from
the moon. The first
battle is Naram-sin
attacking the Indus
Valley. He plunders
the lower Sindu, the
army advances to
Harappa where the
battle is fought,
Harappa is saved.
Pururavas moves
north to Uttara-kuru.
The Brahmanda
Purana and Vayu
Purana state that the
Pururavas, the
ancestors of the Puru
race once lived with
Urvasi in Uttarakuru.

Pururavas son Aya
becomes King then
Nahusa then Yayati
and here we have five
sons of Yayati at wars
end.

The central battle in
the Vedas is between
Indra and Vrtra, and
the defeat of the
demon Vrtra leads to
the liberation of rivers,
cattle and Ushas
(dawn/light).
Pururavas wife is
Ushas.

By the time of Nahusa,
Indra had killed Vrta
and lift the Devas
without a king. The
Devas ask Nahusa to
be there king/god for
fear the Asura's will
attack again.
Here the final battle of
Indra is over Nahusa
son was Yayati his
sons fought the battle
of ten kings. Here too
the Parsu return from
Iran to fight.

The time of Nahusa
was around the time of
the Gutian dynasty that
came to power in
Mesopotamia around
2150 BC (short
chronology), (2204
middle chronology)
sons of Brahma, one
was Jata (जट), who is
represented by the
Vishnuites to have led
so many to the svet-
dwipa for the 'darshan'
of Lord Vishnu. This has
led us to speculate: was
this Jat the same Jat,
who, in the presence of
Brahma, was made a
General on the occasion
to defeat and drive away
the Asuras from the
Sapta Sindhu? Hukum
Singh Panwar writes:[3]
No less important and
gratifying, in our search
for variants of Jat is our
discovery of its earliest
mention among the
Sanakadicas. They were
seven in number-
Sananda, Sanatana,
Sanantakumar, Jata197,
Vodu or Vodhu, etc. All
of them are said to be
the real as well as mind-
born sons of Brahma
(from Sapta Sindhu) and
they along with many
others, went to see
Bhagwan Vishnu in
Narayanpura, also called
Vairavati or Vairamati in
the northern parts of
Toyambudhi on the sea
of fresh water
(
Mansarovar) in the
Svetdwipa198 (Sivalaks)
also known as Saka-
dwipa after its conquest
and settlement in it by
the Sakas199.
The puranas call the Trigarta the
inhabitants of hills (Parvatāśrayinaḥ)
(
पर्वताश्रयिनः)


Parvatāśrayinaḥ
 sahasrayAjin mfn. one who
conducts a sacrifice for a recompense
of a thñthousand (cows) TS. Br.
Parvata ; mountain

pArvatIsahasranAman
Lake Manasarovar
30.65°N 81.45°E

Harappa is almost exactly 10 degrees
east.

30.744695, 79.491175