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Chapter 3: ARDHACCHEDA OF VIRASENA (816 A.D.)
1. Chapter 3: ARDHACCHEDA OF VIRASENA (816 A.D.
Vrihadaswa said, "There was a king named Nala, the son of
Vrihadaswa said, "There was a king named Nala, the son of Virasena.
INTRODUCTION TO SATKHANDAGAMA
INTRODUCTION - Jainworld
as well as the Culika of Virasena, as .has already been.s
The Story of Nala and Damayanti 1
named Nala, the powerful son of Virasena. Endowed with desirable qualities, possessing good looks, he was very knowledgeable about horses. 2.

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Understanding ancient Indian mathematics
Virasena (8th century), Sridhara (between 850 and 950), Nemicandra (around 980 CE), Thakkura Pheru (14th century) are some more names that may be mentioned.

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Virasena - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Āchārya Virasena was an 8th century Indian mathematician and Jain philosopher and scholar. He was a student of the Jain sage Elāchārya.
Sophagasenus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chapter 3: ARDHACCHEDA OF VIRASENA (816 A.D.)
1. Chapter 3: ARDHACCHEDA OF VIRASENA (816 A.D.
Vrihadaswa said, "There was a king named Nala, the son of
Vrihadaswa said, "There was a king named Nala, the son of Virasena.
INTRODUCTION TO SATKHANDAGAMA

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