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The Yadavas (, ) (literally, descended from YaduA modern scholar, Franklin C. Southworth considers the word Yadava possibly Dravidian, meaning "herder", as it has no known Indo-European etymology (Southworth, Frankiln C. (1995). Reconstructing social context from language: Indo-Aryan and Dravidian prehistory, in George Erdösy (ed.) , Indian Philology and South Asian Studies, Vol. I, Berlin: Walter de Gruyter & Co., ISBN 3-11-014447-6, p.266n)) were the ancient Indian people, believed to have descended from Yadu, a mythical king. A number of Yadava clans like Andhaka, Vrishni, Satvatas and Abhiras (Ahirs) in ancient period were collectivly known as Yadavas.They worshipped LordKrishna as Hero of Yadava.While discussing about the Puranic accounts, Hem Chandra Raychaudhuri used the term, Yadava clans for the Andhakas, the Vrishnis and the Kukuras (Raychaudhuri, Hemchandra (1972). Political History of Ancient India, Calcutta: University of Calcutta, p.447fn3). But Ramakrishna Gopal Bhandarkar used the term Yadava tribes for the Satvatas, the Andhakas and the Vrishnis (Bhandarkar, R. G....
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