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- vaidyanatha dik****a son of venkatadri dik****a and grandson of anniah dik****a,was a brahmin belonging to the bharadwaja gotra. he is believed to have
- govinda dik****a (dik****ar) was the minister of three successive nayaks of thanjavur, who ruled the region of thanjavur in south india between the 16th
- appayya dik****a (iast appayya dīkṣita, often 'dik****ar'), 1520–1593 ce, was a performer of yajñas as well as an expositor and practitioner of the advaita
- bhattoji dik****a was a 17th-century maharashtrian sanskrit grammarian, author of the siddhānta-kaumudī, literally 'illumination of the established (position)'
- were a servile cl**** different from the four types of slaves. bhattoji dik****a states (siddhahta haumadi ch.xiv.621) : प्रेष्यब्रुवोर्हविषो देवतसंप्रदाने
- parashara, brihat jataka of varahamihira, and jataka parijata of vaidyanatha dik****a. he was born markandeya bhattathiri/bhattar in a family of namboodari brahmins
- native in life. kāhala (sanskrit: काहल) means, a large drum. vaidyanatha dik****a in chapter vii sloka 130 of his jataka parijata gives two different versions
- dixit, indian social activist vijay kumar dixit, indian scientist dik****a appayya dik****a (1520–1593), performer of yajñas, a practitioner of the advaita