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SAHADEVA. [Source: Dowson's Classical Dictionary of Hindu Mythology]

The youngest of the five Pandu princes, twin son of Madri, the second wife of Pandu, and mythologically son of the Aswins, or more specifically of the Aswin Dasra.

He was learned in the science of astronomy, which he had studied under Drona, and he was also well acquainted with the management of cattle. (See Mahabharata.)

He had a son named Suhotra by his wife Vijaya.

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