Amaraparvata is mentioned in the contest of Nakula’s expeditions before the Rājasūya yajña (Rajasuya yajna) of Yudhiṣṭhira (Yudhishthira). After conquering the land of Pañcanadī (Panchanadi; five rivers), Nakula came here and conquered this area. Immediately after the reference to Amaraparvata, Uttara Jyotiṣa (Jyotisha) and the other regions of North-West India have been mentioned. So it may be assumed that Amaraparvata might be the modern Amaranatha in Kashmir.