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Mahidhara ("earth-bearing") was a 16th-century commentator of the Vedas. His tre
atises include the Mantramahodadhi (mantra-uda-dh, "great ocean of mantras") of c
a. 1588, and the Vedadipa (veda-dipa, "light of the Vedas"). The latter concerns
the Vajasaneyi-samhita of the White Yajurveda.
Mahidhara's namesake is a legendary mountain described in the Mahabharata, which
is also an epithet of Vishnu.
Editions[edit]
Mantramahodadhi with the Commentary Nauka, Sri Satguru Publications, Indian Book
s Centre, Delhi (1984, 1985), ISBN 978-81-7030-050-2.
Mahidhara's Mantra mahodadhih: Text in Sanskrit and roman along with English tra
nslation and comprehensive commentary, Prachya Prakashan (1992)
Isavasyopanisad bhasya sangraha: Sankara bhasyam, Uvata bhasyam, Sayana bhasyam,
Mahidhara bhasyam, Prakasa bhasyam, Yogapaksiyam Pra. Bha., Svami Dayananda, Ja
gadisa Samskrta Pustakalaya; Nutana samskarana edition (2001), ISBN 978-81-87177
-21-0
A. Weber, The Vajasaneyi-samhita in the Madhyandina- and the Kanva-shakha Berlin
(1852), reprint Chowkhamba (1972).
See also[edit]
Sayana
Uvata

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Mahidhara ("earth-bearing") was a 16th-century commentator of the Vedas. His tre
atises include the Mantramahodadhi (mantra-uda-dh, "great ocean of mantras") of c
a. 1588, and the Vedadipa (veda-dipa, "light of the Vedas"). The latter concerns
the Vajasaneyi-samhita of the White Yajurveda.
Mahidhara's namesake is a legendary mountain described in the Mahabharata, which
is also an epithet of Vishnu.
Editions[edit]
Mantramahodadhi with the Commentary Nauka, Sri Satguru Publications, Indian Book
s Centre, Delhi (1984, 1985), ISBN 978-81-7030-050-2.
Mahidhara's Mantra mahodadhih: Text in Sanskrit and roman along with English tra
nslation and comprehensive commentary, Prachya Prakashan (1992)
Isavasyopanisad bhasya sangraha: Sankara bhasyam, Uvata bhasyam, Sayana bhasyam,
Mahidhara bhasyam, Prakasa bhasyam, Yogapaksiyam Pra. Bha., Svami Dayananda, Ja
gadisa Samskrta Pustakalaya; Nutana samskarana edition (2001), ISBN 978-81-87177
-21-0
A. Weber, The Vajasaneyi-samhita in the Madhyandina- and the Kanva-shakha Berlin
(1852), reprint Chowkhamba (1972).
See also[edit]
Sayana
Uvata

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Mahidhara ("earth-bearing") was a 16th-century commentator of the Vedas. His tre
atises include the Mantramahodadhi (mantra-uda-dh, "great ocean of mantras") of c
a. 1588, and the Vedadipa (veda-dipa, "light of the Vedas"). The latter concerns
the Vajasaneyi-samhita of the White Yajurveda.
Mahidhara's namesake is a legendary mountain described in the Mahabharata, which
is also an epithet of Vishnu.
Editions[edit]
Mantramahodadhi with the Commentary Nauka, Sri Satguru Publications, Indian Book
s Centre, Delhi (1984, 1985), ISBN 978-81-7030-050-2.
Mahidhara's Mantra mahodadhih: Text in Sanskrit and roman along with English tra
nslation and comprehensive commentary, Prachya Prakashan (1992)
Isavasyopanisad bhasya sangraha: Sankara bhasyam, Uvata bhasyam, Sayana bhasyam,
Mahidhara bhasyam, Prakasa bhasyam, Yogapaksiyam Pra. Bha., Svami Dayananda, Ja
gadisa Samskrta Pustakalaya; Nutana samskarana edition (2001), ISBN 978-81-87177
-21-0
A. Weber, The Vajasaneyi-samhita in the Madhyandina- and the Kanva-shakha Berlin
(1852), reprint Chowkhamba (1972).
See also[edit]
Sayana
Uvata

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Mahidhara ("earth-bearing") was a 16th-century commentator of the Vedas. His tre
atises include the Mantramahodadhi (mantra-uda-dh, "great ocean of mantras") of c
a. 1588, and the Vedadipa (veda-dipa, "light of the Vedas"). The latter concerns
the Vajasaneyi-samhita of the White Yajurveda.
Mahidhara's namesake is a legendary mountain described in the Mahabharata, which
is also an epithet of Vishnu.
Editions[edit]
Mantramahodadhi with the Commentary Nauka, Sri Satguru Publications, Indian Book
s Centre, Delhi (1984, 1985), ISBN 978-81-7030-050-2.
Mahidhara's Mantra mahodadhih: Text in Sanskrit and roman along with English tra
nslation and comprehensive commentary, Prachya Prakashan (1992)
Isavasyopanisad bhasya sangraha: Sankara bhasyam, Uvata bhasyam, Sayana bhasyam,
Mahidhara bhasyam, Prakasa bhasyam, Yogapaksiyam Pra. Bha., Svami Dayananda, Ja
gadisa Samskrta Pustakalaya; Nutana samskarana edition (2001), ISBN 978-81-87177
-21-0
A. Weber, The Vajasaneyi-samhita in the Madhyandina- and the Kanva-shakha Berlin
(1852), reprint Chowkhamba (1972).
See also[edit]
Sayana
Uvata

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