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The sixth pupil in the brilliant batch trained in the medical lore by Atreya is Ksarapani. He is also said to have compiled a Samhita like his other co-students, but this work also has been lost to us, but its availability till the time of Vagbhatta is inferable because of the quotations that are given by him. Several other medical authors have also liberally quoted him in the following works:
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Ksarpani was a brilliant sixth pupil of medical education led by Atreya. He had compiled a Samhita which is lost, in Vagbhatta's time Ksarpani's quotations were inferable. Also several  medical authors had liberally quoted him in the following works:
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# UpajhyaMadhukosa:
 
# UpajhyaMadhukosa:
 
# Vyakhyakusumavali
 
# Vyakhyakusumavali

Revision as of 17:08, 30 March 2018

Ksarpani was a brilliant sixth pupil of medical education led by Atreya. He had compiled a Samhita which is lost, in Vagbhatta's time Ksarpani's quotations were inferable. Also several  medical authors had liberally quoted him in the following works:
  1. UpajhyaMadhukosa:
  2. Vyakhyakusumavali
  3. Tattva candrika:
  4. Cikitsa-kalika-vivrtti
  5. Susruta Samhita


References

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