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Prajñāvarman(b. 8th century - )

Prajñāvarman was an eighth-century Indian author, three of whose works survive in Tibetan translation. These include the Viśeṣastavaṭikā, the commentary on the hymns of praise to the Buddha that opens the Kangyur. A Prajñāvarman was also a prolific translator of Indic works into Tibetan, including works by Kamalaśīla, Asaṅga, and Śāntarakṣita, among other masters. His Tibetan collaborator was Yeshe De. The author and the translator were probably the same person, but it is not certain.

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