Bhatta, Padam

Bhatta, Padam
   Founder of a school of Sanskrit grammar in Bengal. He is credited with writing a treatise on grammar, Supad-mavyakarana, in 1375, which became popular in parts of eastern India.

Historical dictionary of Medieval India. . 2011.

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