Akalanka (c. 8th century CE) was a Jain logician whose works are seen as landmarks in Indian logic. He belonged to the Digambara sect of Jainism. His work Astasati, a commentary on Aptamimansa of Samantabhadra deals mainly with jaina logic. He was a contemporary of Rashtrakuta king Krishna I. Tattvārtharājavārtika was a commentary on Tattvartha Sutra of Umasvati. He greatly contributed to the development of the philosophy of Anekantavada.
Various works are attributed to Akalanka. Some of these are: