The shrine of knowledge.


There are several communities that coalesce to form the Yadavs. . by a meeting of disparate local groups from Bihar, Punjab and what is now Uttar Pradesh.

Yadavas is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Yadavas books and related discussion.

Suggested Pdf Resources

Demographic Profile of Yadavas – A Backward Caste Population of
Yadava - A Pastoral Caste of Kerala
Demographic Profile of Yadavas – A Backward Caste Population of
й Kamla-Raj 2006. Anthropologist, 8(3): 167-169 (2006).
Print 390.tif (1 page)
refer to the migration of the Yadavas from. Mathura to Yadava ancestor Kakudmin Raivata had built.

Suggested News Resources

My pal, Krish
Uddhava watches Krishna take the Yadavas out of Mathura to Dwarka. He watches him help the Pandavas win the war against the Kauravas. In the final chapter of Krishna's life, a great civil war breaks out among the Yadavas.
Head for 'Vittal Pindi' today
As the chariot is about to reach a wooden “gopura,” men dressed up as Yadavas jostle and vie with one another to break open these earthen pots. It is only after breaking the earthen pots at each gopura that the procession moves further.
The right move
To protect Mathura from his furious assaults, the capital of the Yadavas was moved to Dwarka. To reach Dwarka, one had to pass through the desert, and that was not possible for Jarasandha.

Suggested Web Resources

Yadava - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Yadav - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This article is about modern communities claiming descent from Yadu.
Seuna Yadavas of Devagiri - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jews are Yadavas of India | 19000 Years of World History
You must have already heard about the claim that Jews are Yadavas of India, the tribe in which Krishna, the Godly figure of Indians, was born.
Kingdoms of South Asia - Indian Yadava Dynasty

Great care has been taken to prepare the information on this page. Elements of the content come from factual and lexical knowledge databases, library and third-party sources. We appreciate your suggestions and comments on further improvements of the site.

Discussion Forum
Place for your opinion