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Candrakīrti (born approx. 600 C.E., Tib. Dawa Drakpa) was abbot of Nalanda University and a disciple of Nāgārjuna and a commentator on his works. Candrakīrti was the most famous member of the Prasaṅgika school of Madhyamaka.

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