Sri Lakshmi Nrsimha: 1 definition


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Source: T.T.D. Monthly Bulletin Vol. VIII

Sri Lakshmi Nrsimha was the son of Konda Bhatta. He seems to have lived during the 17th century. He is said to have entered the Sanyasasrama and attained Siddhi at Kottaiyur near Kumbakonam in Tanjore District. He has written Abhoga, a commentary on Kalpataru, Amalananda’s Commentary on Vachaspati Misra’s Bhamati. He has also written another work called Tarka Dipika.

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