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- appayya dik****a (iast appayya dīkṣita, often 'dik****ar'), 1520–1593 ce , was a performer of yajñas as well as an expositor and
- vaidyanatha dik****a was a brahmin belonging to the bharadwaja gotra . he is believed to have lived in south india either in the 14th or
- bhattoji dik****a was a 17th-century maharashtrian sanskrit grammarian , author of the. siddhānta-kaumudī. literally 'illumination of the
- like images of govinda dik****har is now worshipped at patteswaram, with the presiding deity of linga also called 'govinda dik****a lingam'.
- date august 2014 name jataka parijata , image , image_caption , author vaidyanatha dik****a , title_orig , translator , illustrator ,
- vaidyanatha dik****a in chapter vii sloka 130 of his jataka parijata gives two different versions of kahala yoga, he states that if the
- astrology, along with bṛhat parāśara horāśāstra of parashara , brihat jataka of varahamihira , and jataka parijata of vaidyanatha dik****a .
- ranked alongside bṛhat parāśara horāśāstra of parashara , brihat jataka of varahamihira , and jataka parijata of vaidyanatha dik****a .
- the author of bhāmatī lived around 841 a.d. appayya dik****a (1520-1593 a.d.), son of rangarājādhvarindra of kānci , and a prolific
- he was from the lineage of the great advaitic saint appaya dik****a . he was an ardent devotee of goddess meenakshi and he composed
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