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Yādavas (यादव): The descendants of Yadu, who dwelt by the Yamuna river.

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· Syala
Syala (स्याल): A Yadava prince who insulted the sage Gargya, and was the cause o...
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He was the Yadava warrior, who defeated Somadatta and won the hand of the pri...
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