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Yādavas, 1 Definition(s)

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

Added: 29.Jun.2012 | Source: WikiPedia: Glossary of Hinduism terms
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The Yadavas (lit: 'descended from Yadu') were an ancient Indian people who be...
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· Satyaki
Satyaki was a Yadava warrior, the grandson of the great warrior Sini. He was ...
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· Syala
Syala (स्याल): A Yadava prince who insulted the sage Gargya, and was the cause o...
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· Bhurisravas
Bhurisravas was the son of Somadatta and a great warrior. He was the enemy of...
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· Yuyudhāna
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· Sini
He was the Yadava warrior, who defeated Somadatta and won the hand of the pri...
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· Pritha
Daughter of a Yadava chief named Sura. Arjuna was her son.
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· Vasudeva
The eldest of the Andhakavenhudasaputta. The Ghata Jataka (No. 454) relates ...
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· Madhura
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· Mathura
See Madhura.
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· Bhoja S
Bhoja S (भोज): A branch of the Yadava clan belonging to Krishna's tribe.
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· Kamsa
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· Somadatta
1. Somadatta. The Bodhisatta born as the son of the brahmin Aggidatta (q.v.). ...
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· Yashoda
Yashoda was the wife of Nanda, a Yadava chieftain. She brought up Krishna, wh...
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· Surasena
1) Surasena. One of the sixteen Mahajanapada (q.v.). It is mentioned with Maccha...
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