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SURASE´NAE (Σουρασήναι, Arrian Ind. chap. 8), an Indian nation, noticed by Arrian, who appear to have dwelt along the banks of the Jumna. They were famous for the worship of the Indian Hercules, and had two principal cities, Methora (Madura) and Cleisobora. The name is, pure Sanscrit, Surasénakas.


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