The Banjara tribe in India were nomadic long distance transporters. Their carevans could be 35-40 kilometers long, and have 100.000 bulls and bullocks. A comparative study of their females dress code, their DNA and use of judaic symbols, display a Middle Eastern origin and links to the ancient Israel and the Davidic kingdom. The Gormati (Lambadi) word “Tanda” in one of the keys to understand their trading routs, or Lamani margs. Tanda means camp, and they can be found at the edge of the Atlantic Coast in Marocco, just south of Timbuktu in Mali and along the Nile river in Egypt.