Samhita Extra Quality
Romaka is understood as the salt collected from river Ruma, a tributary of Indus. The name of Romaka people is said to be mentioned 3 times in Ganapatha Purana and from Brhatsamhita. One can conclude that the habitat of this people was at the mouth of Indus; it was probably a Roman colony somewhere near the ancient port of Barbarium. Thus, Romaka will be closely related to Saindhava Lavana, linguistically and geographically.