Nyayamakaranda, Nyāyamakaranda: 3 definitions
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Sanskrit dictionarySource: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Aufrecht Catalogus Catalogorum
1) Nyāyamakaranda (न्यायमकरन्द) as mentioned in Aufrecht’s Catalogus Catalogorum:—vedānta. Pheh. 11. Rādh. 6 (and—[commentary]). 13. Np. X, 26.
—by Ānandabodha Paramahaṃsa. Hall. p. 155. L. 1682. Burnell. 94^a (Nyāyāpadeśamakaranda).
—[commentary] Nyāyamakarandavivṛti by Citsukha Muni. Hall. p. 155. L. 1682. B. 4, 64. NW. 292. 294. Sb. 194.
—[commentary] Nyāyamakarandavivecanī by Sukhaprakāśa Muni. Hall. p. 155. Burnell. 94^b.
2) Nyāyamakaranda (न्यायमकरन्द):—vedānta, by Lakṣmīdhara (?). Oppert. Ii, 4695.
3) Nyāyamakaranda (न्यायमकरन्द):—vedānta, by Ānandabodha. Io. 1931.
—[commentary] by Citsukha Muni. Io. 1241. 1938. Stein 124.
Nyāyamakaranda (न्यायमकरन्द):—[=ny-āya-makaranda] [from ny-āya] m. Name of [work]
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