The Pandya coins below show a firm connection to the Indus Valley. The
signs or glyphs on the coin's are Buddist and follow a tradition that goes back
to the Indus Valley.
The migration below of a people with a connection to the north. In Sanskript literature
the homeland of the language is the northern Kuru or Uttara Kuru. Below the page
appears to mix Mythology and facts but as for the first kings of India and the physical
seperation of the Dravidian language the subject matter is valid.
The Indus Valley seals can only be
explained as a calendar used in the