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Prajñavarman (Skt. prajñāvarman; Tib. པྲཛྙ་བརྨ།, Wyl. pradz+nya barma) was an Indian Bengali pandita resident in Tibet during the late eighth and early ninth centuries. Arriving in Tibet on an invitation from the Tibetan king, he assisted in the translation of numerous canonical scriptures. He is also the author of a few philosophical commentaries contained in the Tibetan Tengyur collection.[1]


  1. 84000 Translating the Words of the Buddha.