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Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Aufrecht Catalogus Catalogorum

Kamalākara bhaṭṭa (कमलाकर भट्ट) as mentioned in Aufrecht’s Catalogus Catalogorum:—son of Rāmakṛṣṇa Bhaṭṭa, son of Nārāyaṇa Bhaṭṭa, son of Rāmeśvara Bhaṭṭa, younger brother of Divākara Bhaṭṭa, father of Ananta Bhaṭṭa. Wrote the Nirṇayasindhu in 1616: Agninirṇaya. K. 164. Ācāradīpa or Ācāradīpikā. Khn. 68. Burnell. 135^b. Peters. 3, 386 (Ācārapradīpāhnika). Bp. 52. 292. 353 (Ācārapradīpa). Āśvalāyanaśākhāśrāddhaprayoga. Khn. 70. Āhnikaprayoga. Hall. p. 177. Burnell. 135^b. (Āhnika). Oppert. Ii, 2648 (Āhnika). Āhnikavidhi. Oppert. Ii, 3971. Uttarapāda. Ben. 145. Aindrīmahāśāntisahitarājābhiṣekaprayoga. Bik. 358. NW. 148. Karmavipākaratna. Bik. 404. Rice. 196. Kalpalatādānaprayoga. Ben. 141. 144. Kārtavīryārjunadīpadānaprayoga. L. 1620. Oudh. Xviii, 82. Kāvyaprakāśavyākhyā. Kriyāpāda. Ben. 147. Gayākṛtya. W. p. 345. Gītagovindabhāṣya Ratnamālā. Gotrapravaranirṇaya or Gotrapravaradarpaṇa. Grahayajña. Bp. 297. Caṇḍīvidhānapaddhati. Rādh. 25. 27. Bhk. 37. Bhr. 386. Jalāśayotsargavidhi. Quoted Oxf. 277^b. Jīrṇoddhāravidhi. Ben. 143. Tantravārttikaṭīkā. Bp. 65. 266. Tilagarbhadānaprayoga. Ben. 146. Tīrthayātrā. W. p. 345. Hall. p. 177. L. 2566. Tulāpaddhati. Quoted Oxf. 277^b. Tripadmadānavidhi. Ben. 146. Tristhalīsetu (?). NW. 176. Dānakamalākara. Dānadinakara. K. 180. B. 3, 90. Dāyavibhāga. Ben. 145. Dharmatattva, a
—[commentary] on the Mīmāṃsāsūtra. Hall. p. 177. L. 1331. Nārāyaṇabaliprayoga Oppert. 283. Nirṇayasindhu. Nītikamalākara. NW. 134. Paśubandha. Bik. 134. Paśulāṅgaladānavidhi. Ben. 144. Pitṛbhaktitaraṅgiṇī. NW. 94. Pūrta. Pratiṣṭhāvidhi. K. 186. NW. 94. Pravaradarpaṇa. See Gotrapravaranirṇaya. Prāyaścittaratna. B. 3, 108. Quoted Oxf. 277^b. Bahvṛcāhnika. W. p. 36. Ben. 133. Bik. 355. Bhaktiratna. Oudh. Ix, 18. Bhāṣāpāda. Ben. 145. Mantrakamalākara. Np. Ii, 88. Rajatadānaprayoga. Ben. 146. Rathadānavidhi. Ben. 146. Rāmakalpadruma. Oudh. Xiii, 68. Rāmakautuka mahākāvya. Io. 107. Lakṣahomavidhi. Bik. 411. Liṅgārcāpratiṣṭhāvidhi. W. p. 39. Vighneśadānavidhi. Ben. 145. Vivādatāṇḍava. Viśvacakradānavidhi. Ben. 144. Vyavahāra. Ben. 133. 143. Bik. 504. Vratakamalākara. K. 194. B. 3, 124. Bik. 499. Vratārka (?). B. 3, 126. Śatacaṇḍīsahasracaṇḍīprayoga. Śatamānadānavidhi. Ben. 145. Śāntiratna or Śāntiratnākara. Śāstradīpikāloka, a
—[commentary] on the Śāstradīpikā of Pārthasārathi. Hall. p. 177. Śāstramālā, a
—[commentary] on the Mīmāṃsāsūtra. Hall. p. 183. Khn. 54. Śivapratiṣṭhā. K. 196. Śūdradharmatattva. Śrāddhanirṇaya from the Nirṇayasindhu. [Mackenzie Collection] 31. Śrāddhasāra. NW. 100. Śrāvaṇīprayoga. B. 1, 236. Śvetāśvadānavidhi. Ben. 146. Ṣoḍaśasaṃskārāḥ. B. 1, 238. Saṃskārapaddhati. L. 15. 159. Samayakamalākara. NW. 140. Sarasvatīdānavidhi. Ben. 145. Sarvaśāstrārthanirṇaya. Bik. 459. Sahasracaṇḍyādiprayogapaddhati. Peters. 2, 198. Suvarṇapṛthivīdānavidhi. Ben. 144. Sthālīpākaprayoga. Proceed. Asb. 1869, 135. 1870, 314. Hiraṇyagarbhadānavidhi. Ben. 143. Kamalākarabhaṭṭīya [dharma] Oppert. Ii, 333. 4505. He is quoted by Nṛsiṃha in Smṛtyarthasāgara Oxf. 286^a, by Puruṣottama in Dravyaśuddhidīpikā Oxf. 274^a, by Bālakṛṣṇa in the Ṛgvedadevatākrama.

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Kamalākara bhaṭṭa (कमलाकर भट्ट):—son of Rāmakṛṣṇa, wrote the Nirṇayasindhu in 1612: Ācāradīpa. read 295 instead of 292. Kalidharmaprakaraṇa. Sb. 150. Gītagovindabhāṣya. delete this. Dharmatattva. See this and delete all the rest. Paśulāṅgaladānavidhi. read Pañcalāṅgaladānavidhi.

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