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Dignaga, 5th Century Indian Buddhist scholar..jpg

Dignaga [= phyogs glang kyi glang po is, among the six ornaments which beautify jambudvipa, the recipient of the transmission of pramana, valid cognition, to bring an end to confusion about meaning [IW]

Dignaga, [Syn phyogs glang kyi glang po. is, among the Six Ornaments which Beautify Jambudvipa, the recipient of the transmission of pramana, valid cognition, to bring an end to confusion about meaning [RY]

Dignaga [RY]

a buddhist philosopher dignaga, 5th century author of Abhidharma Kosha, disciple of Vasubandhu [JV]

Dignaga. Fifth century author of Abhidharma Kosha. Disciple of Vasubandhu, famed for his contributions to pramana, logic and epistemology. Counted among the Six Ornaments which Beautify Jambudvipa, he is the holder of the transmission of valid cognition, which brings an end to confusion about meaning [RY]