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 +'''​Abhayakaragupta'''​ (Skt. ''​Abhayākaragupta'';​ [[Wyl.]] ''<​nowiki>'</​nowiki>​jigs med <​nowiki>'</​nowiki>​byung gnas sbas pa''​) (d. c.1125) was a Bengali scholar who taught at [[Vikramashila]] and [[Odantapuri]]. He composed works on both [[sutra]] and [[tantra]] and collaborated with Tibetan translators on more than 130 texts. He was the author of the ''​Moonlight of Points''​ (Skt. ''​Marmakaumudī''​),​ a commentary on the ''​[[Perfection of Wisdom Sutra in Eight Thousand Lines]]''​.
 +*Ornament of the Sage's Intention (Skt. ''​Munimatālaṃkāra''​)
 +==Further Reading==
 +*David Seyfort Ruegg, ''​The Literature of the Madhyamaka School of Philosophy in India'',​ Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz,​ 1981, pp. 114-115
 +*Matthew Kapstein, '​Abhayākaragupta on the Two Truths'​ in ''​Reason'​s Traces'',​ Boston: Wisdom Publications,​ 2001, pp. 393-415
 +[[Category:​Indian Masters]]
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