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Vṛṣabhadeva (a.k.a. Harivṛṣabha) was patronised by king Viṣṇugupta.
c. 650 A.D.
Biardeau, Madeleine (ed.) (1964),
Vākyapadīya Brahmakāṇḍa. Avec la Vṛtti de Harivṛṣabha. Text reproduit de l’Édition de Lahore.
Paris: Éditions E. de Boccard.
Iyer, K.A. Subramania (ed.) (1966),
Vākyapadīya with the Vṛtti and the Paddhati of Vṛṣabhadeva.
Poona: Deccan College Postgraduate and Research Institute.
The Paddhati of Vṛṣabhadeva (a.k.a. Harivṛṣabha) is a commentary on the first book of the Vākyapadīya.
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Shen, Yiming (2021). 'Vṛṣabhadeva'.
. First published on 30 Jun 2021. Last updated on 30 Jun 2021.