Mandhatri was a king, son of Yuvanaswa, of the race of Ikshvaku, and author of a hymn in the Rigveda.
Mandhatri (Sanskrit: Māndhātṛ), in Hindu mythology, was an Ikshvaku dynasty king and son of Yuvanashva. He is the ancestor of the Maurya clan of Kshatriya and forefather of King Chandragupta Maurya The hymn 134 of the tenth mandala of the Rigveda is attributed to him. He married Bindumati Chaitrarathi, daughter of Yadava king Shashabindu and granddaughter of Chitraratha. According to the Puranas, he had three sons, Purukutsa, Ambarisha and Muchukunda.