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Munivarman. An Indian paṇḍita who was resident in Tibet during the late eighth and early ninth centuries,[1] and who assited in the translation of Indian texts into the Tibetan language.

His name not only appears as the translator of the Lalitavistarasūtra but on other texts such as the Tathāgatācintyaguhyanirdeśasūtra (The Teaching on the Unfathomable Secrets of the Tathāgatas) and the Tathāgatajñānamudrāsamādhisūtra (The Sūtra on the Samādhi That Is the Seal of the Gnosis of the Tathāgatas).[1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Tsadra commons icon.jpg Munivarman, Tsadra Commons