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I removed a line in the article that said, "One of his best-known students is Aśvaghoṣa", because it was uncited and it sounds dubious. I realise that the dates of these people are very unclear, but Āryadeva was most likely active in the 3rd century and Aśvaghoṣa was probably before that. A few google results make it appear that the connection between the two might be a Tibetan tradition. In any event, we should clarify who exactly says Aśvaghoṣa was Āryadeva's student.—Greg Pandatshang (talk) 08:09, 25 October 2009 (UTC)