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Mahapadmananda, Nanda Dynasty
Mahapadma was the greedy son of Mahananda.
 
 Mahapadma was a greedy son of Mahananda. His mother was a Stidra woman. After his birth the kings of the earth were known as Stidras. Like Parasurama he endeavored to annihilate the Kshatriya race and this is how he brought the whole earth under one umbrella. He and his descendants are called as the nine Nandas. The Nandas ruled over a hundred of years.

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(Last Updated on : 16/09/2009)
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