Āryadeva

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By Jit Majumdar

Sometimes transliterated as: Aryadeva, Aryadeva, AAryadeva


  1. noble/ honourable lord; the god who is noble
  2. the best among the āryas
  3. a Buddhist philosopher of Sińhala who was the successor of Nāgārjuna as the had of the Mādhyamika school of Buddhism and the author of the Catuhśataka (B. Sāhitya).