Ganeshvara acarya, Gaṇeśvara ācārya: 1 definition

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Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Aufrecht Catalogus Catalogorum

Gaṇeśvara ācārya (गणेश्वर आचार्य) as mentioned in Aufrecht’s Catalogus Catalogorum:—of Nandigrāma, son of Keśavārka, paternal uncle of Nṛsiṃha: Kṛṣṇāṣṭamīnirṇaya. Mentioned L. 2456. Grahalāghava Siddhāntarahasya, composed in 1520. Cābukayantra. Bp. 272. Chandorṇavaṭīkā. Mentioned Io. 2041. Tarjanīyantra. Mentioned L. 2456. Bṛhat and Laghu Tithicintāmaṇi. Pātasāraṇī, composed in 1522. Bhr. 335. Pratodayantra. K. 232. Bik. 328. NW. 525. Buddhivilāsinī Līlāvatīvyākhyā, composed in 1546. Maṅgalanirṇaya [dharma] Bik. 4, 8.
—[commentary] on Keśava’s Muhūrtatattva. Laghūpayantra. Mentioned L. 2456.
—[commentary] on Keśava’s Vivāhavṛndāvana. Śrāddhādivinirṇaya. Mentioned Io. 2041. Siddhāntaśiromaṇivivṛti. Peters. 1, 121.

Gaṇeśvara ācārya has the following synonyms: Gaṇeśa daivajña.

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