Hayuara or Hajatria is the name of a possible Indo-Scythian ruler.
The archaeologists have discovered coins issued by a "son of Kharahostes," but the actual name of the person is missing on these coins. According to Sten Konow's study of the Mathura lion capital, this person may have been Hayuara, who was the brother-in-law of Rajuvula. He ruled from around 10 CE as a satrap of the Mathura area. He is only known through his coins.
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