Śabara

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Śabara (also Śabara-svāmin) is a commentator on Jaimini's Purva Mimamsa Sutras, the śābara-bhāṣyam, in turn commented upon by Kumarila Bhatta.

He dates to the early centuries CE, later than Patanjali's Mahabhashya, and earlier than Vatsyayana.

References[edit]

  • Bibliography in: Karl H. Potter, Encyclopedia of Indian philosophies: Bibliography, Motilal Banarsidass (1995), ISBN 978-81-208-0307-7, p. 184.

External links[edit]

  • Mimamsa.org
  • Shabara Bhasya, Translated to English by Ganganath Jha, All 3 Volmunes, Archive.org ebook [1]