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Helārāja was possibly from Kashmir and a contemporary of Abhinavagupta.
c. 1000 A.D.
Iyer, K.A. Subramania (ed.) (1963),
Vākyapadīya with the commentary of Helārāja. Kāṇḍa 3 Part 1.
Poona: Deccan College Postgraduate and Research Institute.
Iyer, K.A. Subramania (ed.) (1973),
Vākyapadīya with the Prakīrṇakaprakāśa of Helārāja. Kāṇḍa 3 Part 2.
Poona: Deccan College.
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Shen, Yiming (2021). 'Helārāja'.
. First published on 30 Jun 2021. Last updated on 30 Jun 2021.