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Sainhikeyas, Sons Of Sinhika
Sainhikeyas, the sons of Sinhika is a class of Danavas.
 Sainhikeyas are said to be the sons of Sinhika. They are Rahu and Ketu, and are a class of Danavas or demons. The Sainhikeyas were killed by Parasurama.

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