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SATADHANWAN, SATADHANUS. [Source: Dowson's Classical Dictionary of Hindu Mythology] 'Having a hundred bows.' A Yadava and son of Hridika. He killed Satrajit, father of Satyabhama, the wife of Krishna, in his sleep, and was himself killed in revenge by Krishna, who struck off his head with his discus.

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