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Nārāyaṇa Bhaṭṭatiri (sixteenth–seventeenth century ad), son of Māṭrdatta, is one of the greatest scholar-poets of Kerala. He composed many works on diverse subjects both literary as well as technical in Sanskrit. He was a Nambutiri Brāhmin hailing from the family of Melpattur situated not far from the bank of the river Bharatappuzha. According to his grammatical work (see below), he learned Mīmāṃsā from his father, Vedas from Mādhava, logic from Dāmodara and grammar from Acyuta who was a great authority in the subject of Vyākaraṇa-śāstra.
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Full references are given at the end.
In the Concept of Śūnya (Delhi, 2003, p. 41), the number appears wrongly as 171211 (paper by K. V. Sarma), and the same also in IJHS, 34(4), 1999, p. 274.
Several typographical errors that had crept into this verse (as well as many other places), in the earlier printed version of the article, were corrected. – ed.
- Historical Notes: Kali Chronograms of Nārāyaṇa Bhaṭṭatiri
- Springer Singapore
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