The study introduced in history is the study of past events. Moreover, people know what happened in the past by looking at things from the past, including sources. They are yadavas literally descended from Yadu. Moreover, it is ancient Indian people that are believed to be descended from Yadu, a legendary king. The community consists of four clans namely the “abhira”, “andhak”, “vrishni”, and “satyavati” in all of the worshipped Krishna.
Yadavas broadly cover whole Indian states and are aligned with several castes around 20% of the total population of India. Moreover, it is consequently, 20% of the Nepal population and 3% of the world population. Yadav is a distinct caste found in Indian nearby countries such as India, Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Russia and Middle East countries. Yadu’s name is also mentioned in Rig Veda as Panchjanya name meaning five people. Yadavas name is claimed from an ancient king “Yadu” that is the name of one Aryan clan among five. The Yadav caste is generally followed up by the Vaishnab traditional approach and worship of God by sharing Baishnab dharma religious belief. Their worship god has been declared since 1200- 1300 AD as Lord Krishna or Lord Vishnu.
Many castes are subdivided in this country as per occupation basis and on cattle feeding. Through ancient records, Krishna is also considered to be from the Yadav Kingdom. Vedic literature states that they belong to Yaduvansh and Yadu is the eldest son of king Yayati. Moreover, the Yadavas are the first major dynasty to use Marathi linguistics as an official language since ancient times. Furthermore, both Sanskrit and Kannada are used as official inscription languages nowadays in Maharashtra. Subsequently, partially by the Yadavs ruler’s efforts, Marathi became the dominant official language of the Marathi region.
For the yadava dynasty, the east region kingdom, Sauna Maratha Dynasty is also named for Yadav and ruled over 850 AD to 1334 AD. The Indian Deccan region ruled by the various dynasties and kings is derived from Satvahans. Satavahans ancient pilgrimage book chapter also mentioned that the Yadavas dynasty is different from the guises of the Chalukyas and Rashtrakutas. The book also states that the Dridhparahara’s sons ruled over a large stretched kingdom in their Zenith rules from the Tungabhadra region to the Narmada region. Including this region, they also ruled in the modern Maharashtra region, Karnataka north and in some parts of Madhya Pradesh. At that time Yadavas ruled the region as Devgiri or Daulat Abad (modern Indian history) in Maharashtra,s areas.
The Yadavas family branch is Hoysalas in Mysore from the Western Chalukyas vassals that are eclipsed by Rashtrakuts. In 1185 AD they announced that these regions were now free from Yadavas constitution and further they grew up under the kingdom of Singhania II. Ancient Vedic literature as Rig Veda and in Chalukyas book review found that Marathi civilization is laid by Yadavas kingdom and also their social life eccentricity developed during their rule. In Mahabharata, Krishna is also centralised as belongs from Yadavas constituency that played an important role in Pandavas victory.
In accordance with this topic, it has been concluded that the yadavs is broadly with a cover in the whole of Indian status and it’s the aligned with several castes in around of the total population of India. Moreover, the Yadavas are the major dynasty that has used Marathi linguistics as an official language since ancient times. Furthermore, Sanskrit and Kannada are used as official inscription languages nowadays in Maharashtra. Subsequently, partially by the Yadavas ruler’s efforts, Marathi became the dominant official language of the Marathi region. The Yadavas family branch is Hoysalas in Mysore from the Western Chalukyas vassals that are eclipsed by Rashtrakuts.