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For the 11th century king, see Devavarman (Chandela dynasty).
|7th Mauryan emperor|
|Reign||c. 202 – c. 195 BCE|
|Maurya Emperors (322 BCE – 180 BCE)|
Devavarman (or Devadharman) was a king of the Maurya Empire. He ruled in the period 202–195 BCE. According to the Puranas, he was the successor of Shalishuka Maurya and reigned for seven years. He was succeeded by Shatadhanvan.
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