Panduvasdeva of Upatissa Nuwara

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Panduvasdeva
King of Upatissa Nuwara
Reign 504 BC – 474 BC
Predecessor Upatissa
Successor Abhaya
Died 474 BC
Spouse Princess Buddhakachchana
Issue Abhaya
Tissa and 8 other Sons
Ummadha Citta
House Vijaya
Father Sumitta
Mother Princess of Madha

Prince Panduvasudeva, was King of Upatissa Nuwara (modern-day Sri Lanka) from 504 BC to 474 BC. He was the first monarch of the Kingdom of Upatissa Nuwara succeeding Upatissa, who reigned as regent. Panduvasudeva had ten sons, including Abhaya, Tissa and his only daughter Ummadha Citta. He was a nephew of Prince Vijaya.[citation needed]

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Panduvasdeva of Upatissa Nuwara
Born: ? ? Died: ? 474 BC
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Upatissa
King of Upathissa Nuwara
504 BC – 474 BC
Succeeded by
Abhaya