First TIRTHANKAR ADINATH
ADINATH is considered as the Adipurush, the first Tirthankara and first ruling King. According to Jain tradition, Adinath lived hundreds of thousands of years ago. Although historians have been skeptical of this claim, evidence found at the archeological sites at Mohanjodaro and Harrappa of the Indus Valley Civilization proves that he predated this 5000-year-old civilization.
Bhagwan Adinath was born into the royal family of Ayodhya as the son of King Nabhiraja and Queen Maru Devi. He was married to two wives: Sumangla and Sunanda. Sumangla gave birth to Bharat, who later became a Chakravarti king . Sunanda gave birth to a child who came to be known as Bahubali.
It is believed that Adinath had one hundred sons and two daughters, who were named Brahmi and Sundari.His eldest son - Bharat - was a chakravarti king - the conqueror of the known world.According to the Jain beliefs, India was named Bhārata-varsha or Bhārata after him.