Samkhadvipa is another term from ancient Indian cosmology and mythology. It is one of the seven concentric island continents or regions described in Hindu, Jain, and Buddhist cosmology.
These seven regions, known as dvipas, are believed to be part of the cosmic geography.
Samkhadvipa is often associated with the lotus-shaped region or island that lies just beyond Jambudvipa, the central continent.
It is said to be surrounded by an ocean of sugarcane juice. Samkhadvipa is considered to be the abode of celestial beings, gods, and goddesses.
According to some interpretations, Samkhadvipa is associated with qualities such as purity, bliss, and divine energy.
It is believed to be a realm of heightened spiritual existence, inhabited by enlightened beings and deities.
Like with other cosmological concepts, the specifics and interpretations of Samkhadvipa may vary across different religious and philosophical traditions.
It is primarily a concept from ancient Indian cosmology and mythology, reflecting a symbolic representation of the universe and its different realms.