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Chandradeva (IAST: Candradeva, r. c. 1089–1103 CE), also known as Chandraditya, was an Indian king from the Gahadavala dynasty. He ruled the Antarvedi country in present-day Uttar Pradesh, including Kanyakubja and Varanasi.
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- [He is] Svayambhu himself born upon the earth to restore dharma and the Veda, whose sounds had almost been silenced.
- A record of Chandradeva, as quoted in Jain, M. (2013). Rama and Ayodhya., p 194., citing Pollock 1994.