Lord Krishna and Yadavs, again

ravi chandrasekhara vadhula at YAHOO.COM
Mon Dec 24 13:26:32 CST 2001

Dear List members,

I thought some Yadavas survived, such as some elders
and little children and wives.  I recall my father
reading an exact Kannada translation of Mahabharata
stating this along with attack by the Abhiras. Arjuna
lead the surviving Yadavas back to Mathura and
installed one of Shri Krishna's grandson on the throne
in Mathura (I cannot recall his name) but along the
way, in Rajasthan or Haryana, they were attacked by
the Abhiras.

By the way Bhatti Rajputs of Rajasthan and the Wodeyar
dynasty in Mysore are Yadavas and are Kshatriyas who
do undergo upanayana.

Shivaji from his paternal side is a Suryavamshi
Kshatriya, from the Sisodiya clan of Rajputs from
Udaipur who trace their descent from Kush, son of
Bhagawan Shri Ramachandra.

Ravi Chandrasekhara MD
--- "Jaldhar H. Vyas" <jaldhar at BRAINCELLS.COM> wrote:
> On Sun, 23 Dec 2001, ravi chandrasekhara wrote:
> > The Yadavs have been prominent in the media
> lately.
> > Who are they exactly ? I've heard they  belong to
> the
> > Sudra varna but are descendents of Krishna.
> >
> Shri Krishnas' Yadavas were all destroyed by the
> Rshis curse shortly
> before his departure from this world.
> Regardless of their origin their have been some
> prominent Yadava Kings in
> recent Indian history.  A Yadava dynasty ruled
> Devagiri (modern
> Daulatabad, Maharashtra) in the 13th century.  They
> were destroyed by
> Alauddin Khilji and Malik Kafur.  The great Shivaji
> was a
> descendent of those kings through his mothers side.
> Another Yadava king
> of Navsari (n Gujarat) was the one who welcomed the
> Parsis to India after
> they fled Iran.
> [...]
> >
> > What varna did Nanda and Yashoda belong to being
> > cow-hearders ?
> Nandalala is said to be a Vaishya but whether this
> is in the Bhagavata or
> some other text/tradition I don't remember right
> now.
> --
> Jaldhar H. Vyas <jaldhar at braincells.com>
> It's a girl! See the pictures -

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