ⓘ Kesin Dālbhya
Kesin Dālbhya was a king of Panchala during the Late Vedic period, most likely between c. 900 and 750 BCE. He is mentioned prominently in the Taittiriya and Jaiminiya Brahmanas. His maternal uncle was a Kuru king, reflecting the matrimonial alliance between the two kingdoms. His reign saw the establishment of the Panchala kingdom as the dominant political and cultural center of northern India, in the aftermath of the decline and defeat of the Kuru Kingdom by the non-Vedic Salva tribe. The nephew of the Kuru king Ucchaisravas, son of Kuvaya, who had died heirless, he subsequently took over the leadership and ensured the continuation of the Vedic tradition. His dynasty remained in power for many generations, one of his later successors was the philosopher-king Pravahana Jaivali mentioned in the Upanishads.
- and Panchalas who can gather the sense from half - expressed words. Kesin Dālbhya Sial tribe, a tribe living in Punjab Witzel, Michael 1995 Early
- Pañchāla - rattha who ruled from Kampila - nagara, the others being Kraivya, Kesin Dālbhya Sona Sātrāsāha and Durmukha. He teaches Svetaketu, son of Uddalaka
- king of Panchala, Kesin Dālbhya approximately between 900 and 750 BCE was the nephew of the Kuru king, who had died heirless Kesin subsequently took
- shifted east, into the Panchala realm, in Uttar Pradesh whose king Kesin Dālbhya was the nephew of the late Kuru king According to post - Vedic Sanskrit
- Svētāmbara texts. The Uttardhyayana Sutra a Svētāmbara text describes Kesin Dālbhya as a follower of Parshvanatha and Gautama Buddha as a disciple of Mahavira