RatnākaraśāntiRatnākaraśānti (also known as Śāntipa) (c. 10th-century CE) was one of the eighty-four Buddhist Mahāsiddhas and a monk at the monastic university of Vikramashila in what is now modern-day Bihar in India. At Vikramashila he was instructed by Nāropa, and taught both Atīśa and Maitrīpa. His texts include several influential commentaries to Buddhist tantras, as well as works of philosophy and logic.
He was known as ''kalikālasarvajña'' meaning "Omniscient One of the Degenerate Age". Provided by Wikipedia
Ratnākaraśānti's Chandoratnākara : = Ratnākaraśāntikṛtaśchandoratnākaraḥ रत्नाकरशान्तिकृतश्छन्दोरत्नाकरः / edited by Michael Hahn
Superior document: Miscellaneous papers / Nepal Research Centre no. 34
Sāratamā : a pañjikā on the Aṣṭasāhasrikā Prajñāpāramitā sūtra / by Ācārya Ratnākaraśānti ; edited by Padmanabh S. Jaini
Superior document: Tibetan Sanskrit works series no. 18
Superior document: Rare Buddhist texts series 10