The Trident the first glyph lift side.

(mwd) trizUla n. a trident MBh. &c.
(S3iva's weapon , iii , 5009 Hariv.
Matsy %{-khAta}

Tamil loan word
(otl) tiricUli  01 1. siva, as having a
trident;
(otl) cUlakkALai  1. bull branded with
trident mark and dedicated to Siva
shrine;
Adi-shesha
Rishabha, also known as Adi-natha, is the traditional founder of Jainism. ... The
Ādi purāṇa, a 10th-century Kannada language text by the poet Adikavi Pampa

Adi 1 m. beginning , commencement ; a firstling , first-fruits ; ifc. beginning with ,
et caetera , and so on (e.g. %{indrA7dayaH@surAH} , the gods beginning with
Indra i.e. Indra &c. ; %{gRhA7diyukta} , possessed of houses &c. ; %
{evamAdIni@vastUni} , such things and others of the same kind: %
{zayyA@khaTvA7dih} [Comm. on Pa1n2. 3-3 , 99] , S3ayya1 means a bed &c. ;
often with %{-ka} at the end e.g. %{dAnadharmA7dikam} [Hit.] , liberality , justice ,
&c.) ; %{Adau} ind. in the beginning , at first.

v-aDau-saka m. or n. (?) N. of a place Ra1jat.  

Vasuka
Indus civilization:
A total of 558 weights were excavated from Mohenjodaro, Harappa, and Chanhu-daro, not including defective weights.
They did not find statistically significant differences between weights that were excavated from five different layers,
each measuring about 1.5 m in depth. This was evidence that strong control existed for at least a 500-year period. The
13.7-g weight seems to be one of the units used in the Indus valley. The notation was based on the binary and decimal
systems. Eighty-three percent of the weights which were excavated from the above three cities were cubic, and 68%
were made of chert.
The two tin Ingot's found at Hiefa were 5000 grams.
5000 / 365 =
13.69863
A Suvana = 280 grain's = one Karsa
above the astronomic 365 same
as 4320 a yoga / 15.43236 = 279.9312
akSadhur f. The pin at the end of an axle , pole attached to an axle.
akSadvAra n. The cavity in the axle of a car Sa1y. on RV. v , 30. 1.
akSAgra n. end of an axle , or of the pole of a car ; an axle.
akSAnah (the vowel lengthened as in %{upA-na4h} , &c.) , mfn. tied to the
axle of a car RV. x , 53 , 7 ; (horse Sa1y. ; trace attached to the horse's
collar Gmn.)  
rathAkSa m. a chñchariots-axle TS. Ka1t2h. &c. ; a measure of length , =
104 An3gulas (%{-mAtra} mfn. having that length) Ka1tyS3r. ib. Sch. &c. ; N.
of one of Skanda's attendants MBh.

akSa 1 m. an axle , axis (in this sense also n. L.) ; a wheel , car , cart ; the
beam of a balance or string which holds the pivot of the beam ; a snake L. ;
terrestrial latitude (cf. %{-karNa} , %{-bhA} , %{-bhAga}) ; the collar-bone
S3Br. ; the temporal bone Ya1jn5. ;
N. of a measure (= 104 an3gula) ; [cf.
Lat. {axis} ; Gk. $ ; Old Germ. {ahsa} ; &634[3,1] Mod. Germ. {Achse} ;
Lith. {assis} English {Axis / Axle}.
]
The Sala tree part of
the word
Sala-grama or
Ammonite.
svaragrAma m. the
musical scale , gamut
MW.
svarNagrAma m. N. of
a country situated to
the east of Dacca Col.
akSara mfn. imperishable ; the syllable %{om}
svar 4 (in Yajur-veda also %{su4var}) i RV ; m. a sword
L.
%{svar} is pronounced after %{om}  Ga1yatri1
savyAhRti mfn. accompanied with the three Vya1hr2itis
the syllable Om  

Below Au-ksana is Sauvr-nabha
Svar = "au"
Aksana = nabha the "navel" of a wheel
au/aksana =Auksana = Ushsa's =Vivasvat
= Satyavat
later Rishabha adopts the name Uksana
The architects  built the city Dholavira as an observatory with a 5 to 4 ratio that is the
cubed root of two or 1.25 or 5/4 cubed = 2 or 5/4 x 5/4 x 5/4 = 2
The 771 x2 + 616 x2 = total perimeter 1542 + 1232 = 2774 x 3 = 8322
8320 /104 = 80 if one Yojana is 10.4 km 8320 / 10.4 = 8        2773.33333 x 3 = 8320 the
cube root of
Bhogavati
"Next you will see Kunjar Parvat. Here Vishwakarmaa built a place for Agastya Muni. This
place is
one Yojan wide and 10 Yojan high. Here there is Bhogvati city where snakes live, that is
why it is impossible for human beings to go there. Here lives the king of snakes - Vasuki
Naga. Many terrific snakes guard him. This place is studded in numerous gem stones. Go
in this place very carefully and search for Sita.
Bhogavati (Hindi:
भोगवती, double meaning - peopled by snakes or delightful) was the
subterranean capital of the Nagas in the Nagaloka region of
Patala. The place is also
called Putkari. It is mentioned as Naga capital at (3-57). The foremost of cities which
resembles the Amaravati of Deva king Indra, is known by the name of Bhogavati. It is
ruled over by Vasuki, the king of the Nāgas. Shesha, the foremost of Nagas who is a great
ascetic also dwells here (5,103). In the region south-west to Deva territories is the city
called Bhogavati that is ruled by Vasuki, by the Naga Takshaka and also by Airavata
(5,109).  
Bhogavata was named Ujjayini in the Dvapara Age the city of Astronomy.  In the time
of the Mahabharata it is the residence of Satya-bhama Krishna's wife.


Bhogavati = pUtkArI f. N. of Sarasvati L. ; of the capital of the Na1gas or serpent
race W
.The ancient name of Amravati is "Udumbravati", in prakrut, "Umbravati". The
variant 'Amravati' is the presently accepted name. It is said that Amravati is named
for its ancient Ambadevi temple. A mention of Amravati can be found on a stone
inscription on the base of the marble statue of God Adinath (Jain God)
Rhishabhnath. Rishabha marries Indra's daughter.
udaja (1. %{udaja} ; for 2. see %{ud-aj}) mfn. produced in or by water , aquatic ,
watery ; (%{am}) n. a
lotus BhP. x , 14 , 33
.
abja mfn. (fr. 2. %{a4p} and %{jan}) , born in water ; m. the conch ; the moon ;
the tree Barringtonia Acutangula ; N. of Dhanvantari (physician of the gods ,
produced at the churning of the ocean) ; a son of Vis3a1la ; (%{am}) n. a
lotus ; a
milliard (cf. %{
padma})
Audumbaras people part of Nurpur or Pathankot (Pratisthan) of Trigarta.
Audumbaras
udaja
(1. %{udaja} ; for 2. see %{ud-aj}) mfn. produced in or by water , aquatic ,
watery ; (%{am}) n. a
lotus BhP. x , 14 , 33.
indambara n. the blue lotus , Nymphaea Caerulea L. see %{indI-vara}.  
indirAlaya n. `" the abode of Indira1 or Lakshmi1 "' , the blue lotus ,
Nymphaea Stellata and Cyanea (the goddess Indira1 issued at the creation from
its petals) L.  
indIvara or %{indI-vAra} , or %{indi-vara} , %{as} , %{am} m. n. the blossom of a
blue lotus ,
Nymphaea Stellata and Cyanea MBh. R. Sus3r. Prab. &c. ; m. a bee Gi1t. ;
(%{I}) f. the plant Asparagus Racemosus ; (%{A}) f. another plant L.
indIvaradala n. the petal of a blue lotus Bhartr2.
indIvarAkSa m. `" lotus-eyed "'N. of a man Katha1s.  
indIvariNI f. a blue lotus , a group of blue lotuses L.  
indubha n. N. of the Nakshatra Mr2igas3iras ; (%{A}) f. a group of lotuses.

Very early the blue lotus traveled from Africa through Mesopotamia to the Indus
Valley.
kambu m. (%{u} n. L.) a conch ; a shell MBh.
kumudvat (%{ku4mud-}) mfn. (Pa1n2. 4-2 , 87) abounding in lotuses Ragh. iv ,
19 BhP. ;
(%{An}) m. the moon BhP. x , 29 , 3 ; N. of a wind MaitrS. iv , 9 , 8 ;
(%{atI}) f. an assemblage of lotuses , place or pond filled with them Kaus3. S3ak.
&c.
;
N. of a sister of the serpentking Kumuda and wife of Kus3a Ragh. ;
of the wife of the Kira1ta king Vimarshan2a SkandaP.  
Myself I think he is the same as    ;jaratkarNa m. `" old-ear "'N. of Sarpa Aira1vata
(author of RV. x , 76).
jaratkAru m.(g. %{zivA7di}) N. of a R2ishi of Ya1ya1vara's family MBh. BrahmaP. ii
, 1 and 43 ; f.
his wife (sister of the Na1ga Va1suki) MBh. BrahmavP. ii , 42 [414,1]  
goddess Manasa1 , wife of the sage Jarat-ka1ru ; cf. %{padma-priyA}) L. ;
She was not Dravidian but Australoid from the Karkota tribe.
To this day associated with Rshabha and mount Arbu.
Rshabha is said to have caused such confusion among the races so much so that
all of India came together
at one time at one place  (Arbu) and the Rajput kings were formed.
Agian a very unpopular Hindu story of a Hindu Rshis that married outside of his
race.
This does not mean that the Indus was Dravidian no, what it really points to was
very early
there was a separation of who one could marry and when a highly revered person
broke the law so be it, It was not Hidden or swept under the rug, it happened and
was
recorded. Kusa son of Rama later this family or part of it move to the Ran Kutch
as the Kashi kings
of Trigarta. Lava was Kusa's brother and no such marriage is recorded both
establish city's in
Pakistan. When did the big exodus of the Dravidian population leave the Indus?.
That must have
happened at the start 3300BC or prior because there is no record. Dravidian's
were a part of the Veda
that is a Religion, for that matter they were totally accepted as a separated part,
at some point (again Rshabha) they gave up their Dharma (duty) and were no
longer Kshatraya
but nowhere was it allowed to intermarry because the children became caste-less
and a Sudra
was born.
The length of the yojana varies depending on the different standards adopted by
different Indian astronomers. In the Surya Siddhanta of the 5th century, for example, a
yojana was equivalent to 8.0 km (5 mi),[1] and the same was true for Aryabhata's
Aryabhatiya (499).[2] However, 14th century scholar Paramesvara defined the yojana to
be about 1.5 times larger, equivalent to about 13 km (8 mi).[1] A. C. Bhaktivedanta
Swami Prabhupada gives the equivalent length of a yojana as 13 km (8 mi)[3]
throughout his translations of the Bhagavata Purana. Some other traditional Indian
scholars give measurements between 13 km and 16 km (8–10 miles) or thereabouts.
[citation needed] Alexander Cunningham, in The Ancient Geography of India, takes a
yojana to mean 13 km (8 mi).

The Thai equivalent โยชน์ (pronounced "yot") gives the distance as 16km. The word is
also used to describe a large distance, the same way an English speaker would say
something is "miles" away.[4]

The height of the mythical mountain Meru Parvat is estimated to be 1,00,000 yojanas in
Jain cosmology where 1 yojana is given as 6,400 km (4,000 mi) – approximately the
radius of the Earth. If the length of a Yojana is taken to be approximately 13 to 16 km or
13.7km (8 to 10 mi), then its subsidiary measurements are as follows:
Aryabhata  (476–550 CE)
In Aryabhatta's version of the value of Pi the number is reached at half a turn, a full turn of
any circle is 2 x Pi so when he explains Pi he describes one half the circumference of the earth.

चतुरधिकम् शतम् - Four more than hundred (=104)
अष्टगुणम् - multiplied by 8 (104 x 8 = 832)
द्वाषष्टि = 62
तथा सहस्राणाम् = of 1000 as such (=62000; totalling 62832)
अयुत द्वय = 10,000 x 2 (=20,000)
विष्कम्भस्य = of the diameterआसन्न: - approximately
वृत्त परिणाह: - to the circumference.In effect, 62832/20000 = 3.1416
Pi = 3.14159
Aryabhatta Pi         62832 / 20000 = 3.1416 Aryabhatta Pi
   20000 / 3.1416 = 6366.4  the Actual radius
The radius at the equator 6378 x 3.14159 Pi = 20037 x 2 = 40074 2pr the actual circumference.
The radius at the poles 6354 x 3.14159 Pi = 19960 x 2 = 39920
63664 - 62832 = 832 the radius x 10 - 832    104 x 8 = 832 this cannot be a coincidence.
I was studying the Sanskrit word for axle Aksa and found the measurement of 104 Agulas 'the size
of a human'.  This measurement is Important in Astronomy as it is the reference point from the
ground "an extension Radius from the center".  I noticed Aryabhatta used the number 104 in his
equation for the number Pi 3.14159. The 104 Agulas about 5.4 feet or
0.00165384 kilometers a
reference to all sizes was multiplied by yojana 64000 to 104 kilometer or 459318 feet.
104 / 62832 = 0.001653842    Bhogavati the city is a Yojana the Radius that is the triangle
extended to 6283.2 Kl the walls are a Yojana x 10 or 62832  / 3.1416  = 20000 half the
circumference.
  
The velocity of the surface of the earth (Ve) at the equator is 1668 km per hour eastward. 25920
At 60° N latitude the velocity of the surface of the earth (Ve) is 834 km per hour eastward.
832 velocity at mountain Meru, 1664 velocity at the equator and 1664 - 832 = 832 velocity at north
pole is 0
6200 is radius at the north pole.
vRSabhayAna n. a car drawn by oxen Mr2icch.
ayana mfn. going VS. xxii , 7 Nir. ; (%{am}) n. walking a road a path RV. iii 33 , 7 &c., (in astron) advancing ,
precession Su1ryas. ;, %{gavAm} , &c.] or ifc.) `" course , circulation "'N. of various periodical sacrificial rites AV.
S3Br. &c. the sun's road north and south of the equator , the half year Mn. &c. , the equinoctial and solstitial
points VarBr2S. &c. ;a treatise (%{zAstra} cf. %{jyotiSAm-ayana}) L.
akSan n. substituted for %{akSi} , `" the eye "' , in the weakest cases , Gram. 122 [cf. Goth. {augan}] ; an organ
of sense BhP.
akSAnah (the vowel lengthened as in %{upA-na4h} , &c.) , mfn. tied to the axle of a car RV. x , 53 , 7 ; (horse
Sa1y. ; trace attached to the horse's collar Gmn.)  
aukSaNa m. a descendant of Ukshan.
aukSNa (S3Br. xiv) mfn. relating to or coming from a bull ; m. a descendant of Ukshan Ka1s3. on Pa1n2. 6-4 ,
173.  
ukSaNyAyana m. a descendant of Ukshan2ya RV. viii , 25 , 22. [172,2]  
Axis of the
Precession
Axis - Precession
Uksan - ayana
The City Bhogavati is said
to be 1 yojana wide x10 in
height some times a
yojana is defined as
64000 the radius of the
Earth.
2777 the perimeter x360
Tamil
paNiyiRai  a1tice1t2an6, the king of serpents
paNiceyvOn2  1. servant; 2. a caste whose profession is to blow the long trumpet or conch at weddings and funerals
paNilam  1. conch; 2. a fabulous conch

pOkavati  1. the city of the serpent race in the ether world; 2. prosperous, happy woman
pOki  02 1. Indra; 2. venus; 3. snake; 4. wealthy man; man of good fortune and prosperity; epicure; 5. headman
pOkavAjncai  desire of sexual enjoyment
pOttA  02 1. one who eats  pOtin2an2  brahma1, as seated on the lotus
Sanskrit
bhoga 2 m. (3. %{bhuj}) enjoyment , eating , feeding on RV. &c. &c. (with Jainas `" enjoying once "' , as opp. to %{upa-bhoga} , q.v.)
; use , application S3Br. Gr2S3rS. &c. ; fruition , usufruct , use of a deposit &c. Mn. Ya1jn5. ; sexual enjoyment Mn. MBh. &c. ;
enjñenjoyment of the earth or of a country i.e. rule , sway Ma1rkP. ; experiencing , feeling , perception (of pleasure or pain) Mn. MBh.
&c. ; profit , utility , advantage , pleasure , delight RV. &c. &c. ; any object of enjoyment (as food , a festival &c.) MBh. R. ; possession
, property , wealth , revenue Mn. MBh. &c. ; hire , wages (esp. of prostitution) L. ;

pradhmA  to blow into (esp. into a conch shell acc.) ib. Sus3r. Hariv. &c. ; (A1.) to cry out ChUp. vi , 14 , 1 S3am2k. ; (others , `"
to be tossed about "' , `" wander about "'): Caus. P. A1. %{-dhmApayati} , %{-te} , to blow into , blñblow (a conch shell) MBh. R. Hariv.
pradhmApita mfn. blown into , blown (as a conch shell) MBh.  
pRR  to fill with wind , blow (a conch) ib. [648,2] ;
pUrita mfn. filled , completed &c. ; made full or strong , intensified (as a sound) MBh. ; filled with wind , blown (as a conch) BhP. ;
multiplied , overspread W.  
pUta 1 mfn. (for 2. see %{pUy} , p. 641) cleaned , purified , pure , clear , bright RV. &c. &c. ; m. (L.) a conch-shell ; white Kus3a
grass ; Flacourtia Sapida ; du. the buttocks (cf. %{puta}) ; (%{A}) f. a species of Du1rva1 grass L. ; N. of Durga1 L. [Cf. Lat. {pU7tus}
, {pUrus}.]
pUtkArI f. N. of Sarasvati L. ; of the capital of the Na1gas or serpent race W.  
abja mfn. (fr. 2. %{a4p} and %{jan}) , born in water ; m. the conch ; the moon ; the tree Barringtonia Acutangula ; N. of Dhanvantari
(physician of the gods , produced at the churning of the ocean) ; a son of Vis3a1la ; (%{am}) n. a
lotus ; a milliard (cf. %{padma})
.revaTa m. (only L.) a boar ; a bamboo or dust (%{veNu} or %{reNu}) ; a whirlwind ; a doctor skilled in antidotes ; oil of the Morunga
tree ; the fruit of the plantain ; n. a muscle or a
conch-shell which coils from right to left L.  
Amba-revata

kambu
m. (%{u} n. L.) a conch ; a shell MBh. iv , 255 BhP. Katha1s. &c. ; (%{us}) m. a bracelet or ring made of shells MBh. ; a
bracelet in general L. ; three lines or marks in the neck (indicative of good fortune) VarBr2S. ; the neck L. ; an elephant L. ; a
tube-shaped bone L. ; a vein or tubular vessel of the body W. ; a sort of Curcuma L.
kambuka m. a conch , shell L. ;