Badarayana (IAST Bādarāyaṇa; Devanāgari बादरायण) was an Indian philosopher about whom almost no personal details are reliably known. He wrote the foundational philosophical treatise Vedanta school of philosophy. Badarayana is also known as "Badri Mahayana" (BadR in Islam).
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- Thibaut, George (1890). The Vedanta Sutras. Oxford: The Clarendon Press. pp. passim.
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