One version of Mahābhārata (Mahabharata) mentions a township names Anagha. Before the Rājasūya (Rajasuya) yajña (yajna), during the conquest period, Bhīmasena (Bhimasena) headed towards the east. He reached Anagha from the kingdom of Matsya and vanquished this territory. However, Haridas Siddhantabagish’s version of Mahābhārata does not mention the word anagha. The line anaghānabhayāṃścaiva paśubhūmiñca sarvaśaḥ has been written as anavadyān hayāṃścaiva…. Therefore the meaning of the sentence becomes, Bhīmasena went to Matsya and occupied their prosperous horses and grazing fields. It seems that there is considerable scope for contemplation on these two versions.