Vidyabhushana, aka: Vidyābhūṣaṇa; 1 Definition(s)

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Baladeva Vidyabhushana was a prominent Gaudiya Vaishnava acharya. He never mentioned his birthplace or anything about his family background. Historians have estimated that he was born sometime in the 18th century, in Odisha.

Some of his books are:

  • Bhasya-pithaka,
  • commentaries on Gopala Campu, Krsna-bhavanamrta, Samsaya-satini and other books of the Six Gosvamis of Vrindavan,
  • Sri Govinda-bhasya,
  • Siddhanta-ratnam,
  • Sahitya-kaumudi,
  • Vedanta-syamantaka,
  • Prameya-ratnavali,
  • Siddhanta-darpana,
  • Kavya-kaustubha,
  • Vyakarana-kaumudi,
  • Pada-kaustubha,
  • Isadi-upanisad bhasya,
  • Gitabhusana-bhasya,
  • Sri Visnunamasahasra-bhasya,
  • Sanksepa-bhagavatamrta-tippani-saranga-rangada,
  • Tattva-sandarbha-tika,
  • Stava-mala-vibhusana-bhasya,
  • Nataka-candrika-tika,
  • Candraloka-tika,
  • Sahitya-kaumudi-tika,
  • Krsna-nandini,
  • Srimad-Bhagavata-tika,
  • Vaisnava-nandini,
  • Govinda-bhasya-siksma-tika,
  • Siddhanta-ratna-tika,
  • and Stava-mala-tika.
Source: WikiPedia: Hinduism

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