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Kotikasya is a legendary character who is mentioned in the Mahabharata
. Kotikasya was the son of Suratha, Raja of the Saiva tribe. He was the friend and follower of Jayadratha. When Draupadi entered into good-humored conversation with him, she laid aside the branch of Kotikasya which she held in her hand. The branch of Kotikasya is inferred that such a branch was used as a signal to warn off trespassers. Kotikasya is termed as the chief of the Sivis. Sivis is a tribe mentioned by the historians of Alexander's Indian conquests.
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