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==Introduction==
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Harita belonged to the galaxy of the six brilliant pupils of Atreya. He, too, is reputed to have composed a Samhita, but his work is not available.
  
 
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==Different Harita In History==
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* There is a Harita reputed to have learnt at the feet of the great sage Jabali and to be the author of Dharma and Smrti books. Whether this Harita is the same as the co-student of Agnivesa is not certain.
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* Another Harita quotes from Vagbhatta, hence he is of much later origin.
  
Harlta belonged to the galaxy of the six brilliant pupils of Atreya. He, too, is reputed to have composed a Samhita, but his work is also not available.
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==Conclusion==
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Harita the pupil of Atreya, is quoted in many famous medical works and is often referred to as old Harita. He was a reputed authority acknowledged widely. The following specimen quotations selected at random, shows how widely, he was reputed as an authority.
  
There is a Harita reputed to have learnt at the feet of the great sage Jabali and to be the author of Dharma and Smrti books. Whether this Harlta is the same as the co-student of Agnivesa is not certain.
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==References==
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* The Caraka Samhita published by Shree Gulabkunverba Ayurvedic Society, Jamnagar, India
 
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Another Harlta quotes from Vagbhatta and hence is of much later origin and hence of no concern to our present theme.
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Harita the pupil of Atreya, is quoted in many famous medical works and is often referred to as old Harita. The following specimen quotations selected at random shows how widely he was reputed as an authority.
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Vyakhya-kusumavali
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Latest revision as of 11:04, 6 August 2018

Introduction

Harita belonged to the galaxy of the six brilliant pupils of Atreya. He, too, is reputed to have composed a Samhita, but his work is not available.

Different Harita In History

  • There is a Harita reputed to have learnt at the feet of the great sage Jabali and to be the author of Dharma and Smrti books. Whether this Harita is the same as the co-student of Agnivesa is not certain.
  • Another Harita quotes from Vagbhatta, hence he is of much later origin.

Conclusion

Harita the pupil of Atreya, is quoted in many famous medical works and is often referred to as old Harita. He was a reputed authority acknowledged widely. The following specimen quotations selected at random, shows how widely, he was reputed as an authority.

References

  • The Caraka Samhita published by Shree Gulabkunverba Ayurvedic Society, Jamnagar, India