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Satadhanvan, Mauryan Emperor
Satadhanvan is one of the Mauryan emperors.
 Satadhanvan was one of the kings of the Mauryan Empire. He ruled from 195 to 187 B.C. He was the successor of Devavarman Maurya and one of the descendants of Chandragupta, king of Magadha.

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