Bhaskara

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Bhas·ka·ra

(bäs′kə-rə)
1114-1185? Indian mathematician who wrote the first work containing a systematic use of the decimal system.
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4) In the early seventh century, Candraklrti asserted in the Prasannapada, his commentary on the Mulamadhyamakakarika, that even Nagarjuna relied on the same method: "Using reasoning and scripture, the acarya [Nagarjuna] composed this text for the purpose of removing doubts and misunderstanding.
Especially in recent decades with improving medical care, this has left Kathmandu's Buddhist leadership in the Vajracaryas central institution, the De Acarya Guthi, in the hands of mostly geriatric representatives.
Leonardo de Pisa, also known as Fibonacci, introduced the Sanskrit numeral system he adapted from an ancient Indian treatise on prosody and from the Jain writer Acarya Hemacandra of the mid-twelfth century, who discovered the rule for counting the number of meters of a fixed duration.
7-8, in Trikamji Acarya 1992: 103, 184-85) identifies as the essence of life itself, of which eight drops are found in the heart.
of a commentary on Abhisamayalankara by Buddhasrijnana (a co-student of the Acarya Haribhadra, the famous commentator of several philosophical treatises, and a disciple of the Acarya Santaraksita) was brought to me.
Sridhara Svami, the great acarya of the medieval period offered his distinctive interpretation of the philosophy of the Vaisnavism mostly through his commentaries on three basic treatises of the Bhagavata cult, viz, Bhagavata Purana (Bhavartha Dipika), Visnu Purana (Atma Prakasa) and Bhagavadgita (Subodhini).
17) The stela opens with praise for Siva, reproduces many lines from other Brahmanical stelae, places the Buddhists firmly in the second division with this concession: 'Let us honour, a little less than the Brahmin who possesses the vidya, the acarya versed in Buddhist doctrine and grammar .
Bhagavad-gita Asit is Virasbadhu dasa Adhikari, Fundador Acarya, Ed.
Acarya Abhinavaguptapada's celebrated commentary Abhinavabharati, (henceforth Abhi.
quotes a verse from acarya Sumati in his Vivarana on Laghubhaskariya
Acarya Ananda Mitra Advadhutika, lecture notes on Bio-psychology, (1996).