Last Haryanka King
Reign c.437 – c.413 BCE (24 years)
Predecessor Munda
Successor Shishunaga (who founded Shishunaga dynasty)
Dynasty Haryanka
Father Munda

Nāgadāsaka was king of Magadha from 437 to 413 BC and son of Munda. He slew his father and ruled for twenty four years. The people deposed him and made Shishunaga king in his place.[1]


  1. Hazra, Kanai Lal (1984), Royal patronage of Buddhism in ancient India, D.K. Publications, p. 39, OCLC 10590550
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