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Badarayana was an Indian philosopher. He wrote a number of scriptures, for which he became the proponent of the crest-jewel school of Hindu philosophy, i.e., Vedanta.
Badarayana's period is usually noted as around 500 BCE to 400 BCE.
The Brahma Sutra is attributed to Badarayana — which makes him the proponent of the crest-jewel school of Hindu philosophy, i.e., Vedanta. Vyasa was conflated with Badarayana by Vaishnavas with the reason that the island on which Vyasa was born is said to have been covered by Badara (Indian jujube/Ber/Ziziphus mauritiana) trees. Although some modern historians suggest that these were two different personalities.
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