- `Vagbhata`, the Elder, lived in the second century BC. He is the author of the ` Ashtānga Sangraha`.
- Dinacharya – Detailed description by Charak, Sushrut, Vagbhata (Ashtanga hridaya), Rules of food intake according to Charak, Sushrut and Vagbhata. 20.
- Foundations of Tibetan medicine
- and Vagbhata's Astangahrdayasamhita.
- Aspetti della terapia nel Corpus Hippocraticum. Atti del IXe Colloque
- by Caraka, Su'ruta and Vagbhata.
- The Ancient Ayurvedic Writings: The Great Three Classics of Ayurveda
- Vagbhata. THE MINOR THREE AUTHORS. Sharngadhara.
- Association of Ayurvedic Professionals of North America (AAPNA)
- ______ Vagbhata Award for Excellence in Ayurvedic Teaching for Associate Professionals.
- Four medical colleges to start functioning in 2013
- The Aathreya Award for best teacher in Ayurveda went to T.
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- AYR220 Classical Ayurveda 001 Charaka Sushruta-Nagarjuna
- The famous Ayurvedic physician of the sixth century, Vagbhata was a Buddhist layman Astanga Samgraha of Vagbhata : Sutra Sthana/S. Suresh Babu.
- Ayurveda : The Legacy of Vagbhata : Book by M.S. Valiathan
- Jan 16, 2010 Vagbhata is believed to be from Sindh. He wrote Astangahrdayam and Astangasangraha and quoted both Caraka and Sushrusha extensively.
- Amazon.com: Vagbhata's Astanga samgraha: The compendium of
- Ancient treatise, on Ayurvedic system in Indic medicine. Language Notes. Text: English (translation).
- AyurVijnana Vol. 3, Autumn 1997 - Vagbhata's Ashtanga Hridaya
- "This work of Vagbhata is undoubtedly of very great importance for us, for it is a direct connecting link between India and Tibetan medical literature.
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