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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.[1] 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.


  1. ^ Taxila. CUP Archive. pp. 774–. GGKEY:U0HKEEZAW0R. Retrieved 8 March 2012. 

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Preceded by
Indo-Scythian Ruler
10 CE
Succeeded by