Bhanuvala (3033 to 3058) was a Taksaka king who ruled in South Langa. He succeed his father Kanuravala in 3033, and ruled for almost two decades. Like his father before him, Bhanuvala was skilled military strategist. Most of his reign was marked by war and oppression, and he built several outposts in foreign lands. Taksaka dominated much of Langa and the Nau Islands during this period. Bhanuvala had two children—son Anusa and daughter Kaivya. His son succeed him as Anusavala in 3058.

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