Ancient India Map : Nakula Digvijay

Ancient India Map derived from Digvijay of Nakula

Drawing Ancient India Map needs two things, a thorough reading of the Scripts that explains the location of Places and a detailed overview of the present Map. Here is another Ancient India Map that has been developed from the Digvijay of Nakula. After Jarasandha Vadh, Arjuna claimed to Yudhisthira to bring tributes from all kings of the world, that is the only way to proof Yudhisthira the just as emperor. Arjuna himself made invasion in north, Bhima invaded east, Sahadeva made south invasion and Nakula towards west. Integrating these four invasions, a perfect Ancient India Map or rather to say, a map of entire civilization can be developed in four parts. Check out the map of Nakula’s Expansion here.

About march of Bhima, there is need to mention initially that Arjuna earlier had earned tribute from Chitravahana of Manipura and Bhagadatta, the son of Narakausur from Pragjyotish. Hence, these two areas were left put by Bhima and hence from the Ancient India Map, shown above. Journey of Bhima starts from Panchala, which is located at East of Indraprastha. There he subjugated the sub-kings and made them pay homage to Yudhisthira. Panchala is located now in the lower part of Uttaranchal near Nainital. (See Map Numbered 2).

After that, Bhima with fiercefulness, as his nature was, subjugated the Kings of Gandhaka (Located at Almora, Uttaranchal See Map Numbered 3) and Videhas. Videha was the province where Devi Sita was born and is basically now in Nepal, capitalled with Mithila. Present Location of it is exactly at Janakpur in Nepal (See Map numbered 4). These three places are placed in the Ancient India Map, after well research. Research was necessary, since most of the websites and reputed sites, like Wikipedia are providing wrong details confidently.

Before reaching Dasarnas, Bheema won Ayodhya and Kosala, on both Banks of Saraju river. The present location of Ayodhya is not exactly the place where earlier Ayodhya was. In fact, the past Ayidhya city has been washed away by river Saraju. In the Ancient India Map, however, marking has been made to the Present Ayodhya only. (See Map Numbered 5). Dasarnas were attacked then. At Dasarna, a terrible fight was given by King Sudarman with Bare hands to Bhima. Bheema became exceedingly pleased with his prowess and placed him as the Army Chief of his troop. Location of Dasrana was at Ujjain of Madhya Pradesh and that also has been researched well, because of the wrong information, mentioned above. (See Location No 6)

Locating Gandhar in the Ancient India Map was not an easy task. Everywhere in the internet, Gandhar has been directed to be Afghanistan and its capital Takshashila has been referred to be the Taxila of Pakistan. However, age of Taxila of Pakistan is only from 500 to 700 BC, which means Taxila is only from the time of Buddha, but one that is referred in Ramayana as the region of Bharata and the capital of Gandhar in Mahabharata is a different City. While exploring the different cities of north west, only one city comes out after Pakistan, which has area of 5000 years old near it.

Those ancient places of Ancient India Map are presently located near Tashkent of Uzbekistan. Mahabharata also narrates that Bishma raised a huge army to reach the capital of huge kingdom of Gandhar, crossing the hills. The scripts even says that the huge distance covered by the big army beared a huge cost for Hastinapura. While, Duryodhana was born with ill-omen signs, Bhishma lamented to Vidura with those words in Adi Parva. If Afghanistan would have been confined to be the territory of Gandhar, then the word “crossing the hills” would not have been uttered, since Afghanistan is not outside hills. Hence, the entire region of Afghanistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan combined was Gandhar. (See Map and find Afghanistan, marked as number 5)

Finally, Nakula earns plenty of treasures from Yavan, the huge land of splendid arts. Whenever the word splendid arts from the page of History is heard, it immediately refers one civilization and that is Greek. There is no doubt that Greeks were the ancient inhabitants of Europe and they migrated from no-where (according to some historians, however without any proof). Historical age of Damascus, Athens and Yerevan are even more than 5000 years in age. Apart from that, if the Ancient India Map can be considered of Chandragupta Maurya’s time, Greeks were directly referred as Yavans. Many historians, in that regards, do not wish to believe such a big territory of India and mostly do not wish to assume that Greece was under India at one time. With that sentiment, they tried to proof, without proper justifications that foreigners were called Yavans, not the Greeks specifically.

However, Greek were there during the time of Chandragupta Maurya and he married the daughter of Seleucus and he was a Greek, there is no doubt in that. Other than that, explorations of different parts of Greece revealed coins, with signs of Shri Krishna. The coins were dated by Historians too and that revealed the same age to the same style of coins, revealed from underwater exploration of Dwarka. The historians even claimed that there was a deep trade relation of Dwarka and Yavans through the seas. Now, while Yavan Pradesh is having a location in Ancient India Map at Turkmenistan (according to some historians) what is the need of sea routes and how can sea route reach Turkmenistan.

Finally, Yerevan, the exact name has been used as the capital city of Kalyavan, the friend to Jarasandha and who had been burnt to ash through a saint by Krishna. Not on the Ancient India Map, but in the present map, Yerevan is located at Iraq and hence at least that must be within the Yavan territory for sure. The huge size and the entire map coverage during Mahabharata shows that the old landmass of  Iraq, Turkey and Greece (all of which are connected) were collectively the landmass of Yavans and that was not within Bharat landmass, but a distant one like North Harivansh(China), that were foreign countries and neighbours. (See the map, number 6 as reference). Sea connection of Yavan and Dwarka is possible through Iraq, since both are connected with water bodies. (See Map)

Locating Dwarka and Madra Desh in Ancient India Map

About march of Bhima, there is need to mention initially that Arjuna earlier had earned tribute from Chitravahana of Manipura and Bhagadatta, the son of Narakausur from Pragjyotish. Hence, these two areas were left put by Bhima and hence from the Ancient India Map, shown above. Journey of Bhima starts from Panchala, which is located at East of Indraprastha. There he subjugated the sub-kings and made them pay homage to Yudhisthira. Panchala is located now in the lower part of Uttaranchal near Nainital. (See Map Numbered 2).

After that, Bhima with fiercefulness, as his nature was, subjugated the Kings of Gandhaka (Located at Almora, Uttaranchal See Map Numbered 3) and Videhas. Videha was the province where Devi Sita was born and is basically now in Nepal, capitalled with Mithila. Present Location of it is exactly at Janakpur in Nepal (See Map numbered 4). These three places are placed in the Ancient India Map, after well research. Research was necessary, since most of the websites and reputed sites, like Wikipedia are providing wrong details confidently.

Before reaching Dasarnas, Bheema won Ayodhya and Kosala, on both Banks of Saraju river. The present location of Ayodhya is not exactly the place where earlier Ayodhya was. In fact, the past Ayidhya city has been washed away by river Saraju. In the Ancient India Map, however, marking has been made to the Present Ayodhya only. (See Map Numbered 5). Dasarnas were attacked then. At Dasarna, a terrible fight was given by King Sudarman with Bare hands to Bhima. Bheema became exceedingly pleased with his prowess and placed him as the Army Chief of his troop. Location of Dasrana was at Ujjain of Madhya Pradesh and that also has been researched well, because of the wrong information, mentioned above. (See Location No 6)

Finding Gandhar in Ancient India Map

Locating Gandhar in the Ancient India Map was not an easy task. Everywhere in the internet, Gandhar has been directed to be Afghanistan and its capital Takshashila has been referred to be the Taxila of Pakistan. However, age of Taxila of Pakistan is only from 500 to 700 BC, which means Taxila is only from the time of Buddha, but one that is referred in Ramayana as the region of Bharata and the capital of Gandhar in Mahabharata is a different City. While exploring the different cities of north west, only one city comes out after Pakistan, which has area of 5000 years old near it.

Those ancient places of Ancient India Map are presently located near Tashkent of Uzbekistan. Mahabharata also narrates that Bishma raised a huge army to reach the capital of huge kingdom of Gandhar, crossing the hills. The scripts even says that the huge distance covered by the big army beared a huge cost for Hastinapura. While, Duryodhana was born with ill-omen signs, Bhishma lamented to Vidura with those words in Adi Parva. If Afghanistan would have been confined to be the territory of Gandhar, then the word “crossing the hills” would not have been uttered, since Afghanistan is not outside hills. Hence, the entire region of Afghanistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan combined was Gandhar. (See Map and find Afghanistan, marked as number 5)

Where was Yavan : Drawing Ancient India Map

Finally, Nakula earns plenty of treasures from Yavan, the huge land of splendid arts. Whenever the word splendid arts from the page of History is heard, it immediately refers one civilization and that is Greek. There is no doubt that Greeks were the ancient inhabitants of Europe and they migrated from no-where (according to some historians, however without any proof). Historical age of Damascus, Athens and Yerevan are even more than 5000 years in age. Apart from that, if the Ancient India Map can be considered of Chandragupta Maurya’s time, Greeks were directly referred as Yavans. Many historians, in that regards, do not wish to believe such a big territory of India and mostly do not wish to assume that Greece was under India at one time. With that sentiment, they tried to proof, without proper justifications that foreigners were called Yavans, not the Greeks specifically.

However, Greek were there during the time of Chandragupta Maurya and he married the daughter of Seleucus and he was a Greek, there is no doubt in that. Other than that, explorations of different parts of Greece revealed coins, with signs of Shri Krishna. The coins were dated by Historians too and that revealed the same age to the same style of coins, revealed from underwater exploration of Dwarka. The historians even claimed that there was a deep trade relation of Dwarka and Yavans through the seas. Now, while Yavan Pradesh is having a location in Ancient India Map at Turkmenistan (according to some historians) what is the need of sea routes and how can sea route reach Turkmenistan.

Finally, Yerevan, the exact name has been used as the capital city of Kalyavan, the friend to Jarasandha and who had been burnt to ash through a saint by Krishna. Not on the Ancient India Map, but in the present map, Yerevan is located at Iraq and hence at least that must be within the Yavan territory for sure. The huge size and the entire map coverage during Mahabharata shows that the old landmass of  Iraq, Turkey and Greece (all of which are connected) were collectively the landmass of Yavans and that was not within Bharat landmass, but a distant one like North Harivansh(China), that were foreign countries and neighbours. (See the map, number 6 as reference). Sea connection of Yavan and Dwarka is possible through Iraq, since both are connected with water bodies. (See Map)

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