The location is identified with modern-day Pandharpur, which is situated on the banks of the Bhima. The
description of Krishna resembles the characteristics of the Pandharpur image of Vithoba. Then Bhima the river
The word Sangam in the Dravidian language is their word for their most ancient writings the word
Sangam was not used once in all the writings it is a Indoeuropean loan word from Jainism "Sangam"
for a congregation or assembly of monks. Bellow the Indus fish and two bars is used for both syllable
compounds "San" and "Gam" for Sam/gana. The elephant is Pundaraka  grandson of Rishabha the
Indus Matra is the assembly "sangam" that happened at Shatrunjaya.  The sanskrit syllable compound
"Sam" falls on the matra Muladhara mula means root and original. Rishabha's"Gana-dhara" was
Pundarika the original dhara as Mula-dhara at the first Sam-gam.
Skanda Purana (1.34–67).

The god Gopala-Krishna, a form of Vishnu, comes from Govardhana as a cowherd, accompanied by his grazing cows, to
meet Pundarika. Krishna is described as in digambar form, wearing makara-kundala, the srivatsa mark, a head-dress of
peacock feathers, resting his hands on his hips and keeping his cow-stick between his thighs.
The timing of Rama going down to southern India recruiting the monkey god Hanuman who extinguishes the Jain’s
framing torches of Kuntha and changing the origins of Bharata. This is the timing of Vishnu who must first go back in time to change history. All of this happened
with the blessings of the Jains who too changed their history. This is the timing of Dravidian Loan words appearing in late Vedic Age text. Jainism first establishes
itself in the south India with Rishabha’s dividing the people into different occupations after years these divisions are adapted into the native southern cult of the
Macque monkey with the same cast system.
Mallinatha was the last straw, she was way ahead of her time. This “little” fearless girl becomes enlightened, her
first sermon is the first hard core stoic philosophy sermon “wow“. This would have empowered women in any society.
Society just was not ready for it. I look around today and society is still not ready for female renunciates, kind of like
Mallinatha’s legend in Mesopotamia where she gets raped. But this was Uma in the Satya Age or the Golden Age.

Hanuman Dravidian for female to Male monkey or both genders as a caste.
Anjana mother of Hanuman and her husband Kesari prayed Shiva for a child. By Shiva's direction, Vayu transferred his male energy to Anjana's womb.
Accordingly, Hanuman is identified as the son of the Vayu.
The orientalist F. E. Pargiter (1852-1927) theorized that Hanuman was a proto-Dravidian deity, and the name "Hanuman" was a Sanskritization of the Old Tamil
word Aan-mandhi or An-manti ("male monkey"). linguist Murray Emeneau, specializing in Dravidian languages, pointing out that the word mandi, as attested in
Sangam literature can refer only to a female monkey. Anuman (Tamil), Hanumanthudu (Telugu), Anoman (Indonesian), Andoman (Malay) and Hunlaman (Lao).

In Jain texts, Hanuman is depicted as the 17th of 24 Kamadevas.
Kamadevas
Sanatkumara,   is the 7th            15th Sanatkumar Arhat
Vatsaraja,         is the 8th
Kanakaprabha, is the 9th                 Three Kamadevas between
Meghaprabha, is the 10th
Shantinatha, is the 11th               16th Sibi    Arhat
Kunthunatha, is the 12th             17. Kuntha Arhat
Arahanatha,   is the 13th                     18. Aara        Arhat
                                         
Three Kamadevas  between        19. Mallinaatha                              
                  
Hanuman,  is the 17th                 20. Munisuvrata

Malli ; Name of the 19th Arhat of the present Avasarpini L. ; f. (= %{mallikA}) Jasminum Zambac (also %{I}) Prasannar. ;
earthenware L. ; a seat L. having,holding, possessing
Padma; Name of the mother of Muni-suvrata the 20th Arhat of the present
 Avasarpin2i L. ;
Padma; A female serpent-demon / goddess Manasa , wife of the sage Jarat-ka1ru
Padma; the 6 divisions of the upper part of the body called Cakras, Tantrikas q.v.
Muladhara is the lowest Cakra Pundarika and Kundalini

Padma; A lotus (esp. the flower of the lotus-plant Nelumbium Speciosum which closes towards evening ; often confounded
with the water-lily or Nymphaea Alba) MBh. Ka1v. &c. (ifc. f. %{A}) ; the form or figure of a lotus R. Ma1rkP.

The time of Rama as an Avatar was because of Mallinatha, the next Arhat is Muni-suvrata time of Rama according the Jains.

Nandi Purushpundarik Bali happened between Armat and Mallinath

Nandimitra Datta Prahlad between Arnath and Mallinath Tirthankar

Ram , Laxman, Ravan between Munisuvrat and Naminath Tirthankars
Rakhigarhi is in Haryana
The discovery of two more mounds in Rakhigarhi in January this year led to Dr. Shinde
arguing that it is the biggest Harappan civilisation site. There are about 2,000 Harappan
sites in India, Pakistan and Afghanistan. With the discovery of two more mounds, in
addition to the seven already discovered, he estimated that the total area of Rakhigarhi
was 350 hectares. It thus overtook Mohenjo-daro with about 300 hectares, in Pakistan,
in laying claim to be the biggest Harappan site, he said.

The Rakhigarhi site belongs to the mature Harappan phase, which lasted from 2600
BCE to 2000 BCE. The teams have also found artefacts, including a seal and potsherd,
both inscribed with the Harappan scrip
t.
Mitathal is another Indus valley site in Haryana
it is situated on the alluvial plain near a
channel between the Chautang and the
Yamuna Rivers and is 25 to 30 kilometres (16
to 19 mi) from the hilly outcrops of Kaliana and
Tosham, which are rich in quartzite and
meta-volcanic rocks respectively.
The name Haryana may be derived from the Sanskrit words Hari
(the Hindu god Vishnu) and ayana (home), meaning "the Abode
of God". However, scholars such as Muni Lal, Murli Chand
Sharma, HA Phadke and Sukhdev Singh Chib believe that the
name comes from a compound of the words Hari (Sanskrit Harit,
"green") and Aranya (forest).            Budh Prakash opines that
the name may be a corruption of "Abhirayana", as its ancient
inhabitants were called "Ahirs"and ruled Haryana under the
Moguls.

In many listings, Ahirs are divided into Yaduvanshi, Nandvanshi,
and Gwalvanshi branches.   The Ahirs have more than twenty
sub-castes and the group of these forms one main caste Ahir.
There are five main castes of Ahirs in Kutch: Pancholi, Paratharia, Machhoya,
Boricha, and Sorathia and Vagadia. These communities are mainly of farmers
who once sold milk and ghee but who now have diversified their businesses
because of the irregularity of rain. The other community is the Bharwads, some of
whom in Saurashtra use Ahir as a surname and consider themselves to be
Nandvanshi Ahirs.
Below Rishabha is father to the five races, the northern peoples claim to be descendant's of VRishabha five races.
The southern Tamil peoples claim Dravida as five peoples and five sub languages of Dravida.
Rishabha's religion reaches all of India.  Vrshabha is the age of Taurus that was 90 degrees from today's spring is in
Pieces 90 x 72 = 6480 or 4464 BC.

vRSabhasvAmin m. N. of a king (founder of the family of Ikshva1ku and father of
Dravid2a) S3atr.

vRSa 1 m. (prob. later form of %{vRSan}) a man , male , husband Ka1s3i1Kh. ; the male of any animal (see %{azva-v-}) ; a bull (in older
language only ifc.) Mn. MBh. &c. [1012,1] ; the zodiacal sign Taurus VarBr2S. ;  Justice or Virtue personified as a bull or as S3iva's bull Mn. viii ,
16 Pur. Ka1vya7d. ; just or virtuous act , virtue , moral merit S3is3. Va1s. ; N. of S3iva MBh. ;

vRSabha (with Jainas) of the first Arhat of the present Avasarpin2i1 Col. ;mfn. (cf. %{RSabha}) manly , mighty , vigorous , strong (applied like
%{vRSan} to animate and inanimate objects) RV. AV. ; m. (ifc. f. %{A}) a bull (in Veda epithet of various gods , as of Indra , Br2ihas-pati ,
Parjanya &c. ; according to Sa1y. = %{varSayitR} , `" a showerer of bounties , benefactor "') RV. &c. ; the chief , most excellent or eminent , lord
or best among (in later language mostly ifc. , or with gen.) ib. ; the zodiacal sign Taurus VarBr2S. ; a partic. drug (described as a root brought
from the Hima7laya mountains , resembling the horn of a bull , of cooling and tonic properties , and serviceable in catarrh and consumption)
Bhpr. ;

draviDa m. N. of a people (regarded as degraded Kshatriyas and said to be "
' descendants of Dravid2a , sons of Vr2ishabha-sva1min S3atr.)
and of a district on the east coast of the Deccan Mn. Var. MBh. &c. ; collect. N. for 5 peoples , viz. the A1ndhras , Karn2a1t2akas , Gurjaras ,
Tailan3gas , and Maha1ra1sht2ras (cf. %{dAviDa} below) ; N. of a son of Krishn2a BhP. ; of an author Cat. ; pl. of a school of grammarians ib. ;
(%{I}) f. (with %{strI}) a Dravidian female Cat. ; (in music) N. of a Ra1gin2i1.

drAviDa mf(%{I})n. Dra1vidian , a Dra1vida MBh. Ra1jat. &c. ; m. pl. the DñDra1vida people MBh. R. Pur. ; also collect. N. for the above 5
peoples , and of the 5 chief DñDra1vida languages , Tamil , Telugu , Kanarese , Malaya1lam and Tulu ; m. sg. a patr. fr. Dravid2a S3atr. ; N. of
a Sch. on the Amara-kos3a Col. ; a partic. number L. ; Curcunia Zedoaria or a kindred plant Bhpr. ; (%{I}) f. a Dravidian woman Vcar. ; small
cardamoms Bhpr.
According to the Bhāgavata-Purāṇa , Śaṅkhāsura inhabited a beautiful conch named, "pāñca-jana": (literally, "Five-People," mentioned in the Aitireya
Brāhmaṇa as the name of a group of inimical tribes, but which may also be connected with the constellation, Boötes, which resembles a conch shell), lived
under the waters in the shape of a conch.

Saṁdīpanī Muni was the guru of Bhagavan Śrī Kṛṣṇa. Saṁdīpanī was a ṛṣi/muni/saint of Ujjain.

Krishna lived in the Dvipa Age upon his death it was the Kili Age Ujjain was Bhogavat in the Dvipa Age.

bhogavat mfn. (for 2. see col. 3) furnished with windings or curves or rings , ringed , coiled (as a serpent) R. ; furnished with a hood (cf. %{mahA-bh-}) ; a
serpent or sñserpent-demon Suparn2. ; (%{atI}) f. a sñserpent-nymph MBh. ; N. of one of the Ma1tr2is attending on Skanda ib. ; the city of the sñserpent-
demons in the subterranean regions ib. R. Hariv. RTL. 322 (also %{-gA-vatI} L.) ; the sacred river of the sñserpent-demons (or a Tirtha in that river sacred to
the sñserpent-king Va1suki) MBh.

bhogavat mfn. (for 1. see col. 2) furnished with enjoyments , having or offering eñenjoyments , delightful , happy , prosperous MBh. Hariv. BhP. ; m. dancing ,
mimics L. ; N. of Satya-bha1ma1's residence Hariv. ; (%{atI}) f. the night of the 2nd lunar day Su1ryapr. ; N. of Ujjayini in the Dva1para age Katha1s. ; of a town
Vet. ; of a Dik-kanya1 Pa1rs3van. ;