VyasaKrishna Dvaipayana (), better known as Vyasa (; ) or Vedavyasa (वेदव्यासः, ''Veda-vyāsaḥ'', "the one who classified the Vedas"), is a central and revered sage portrayed in most Hindu traditions. He is traditionally regarded as the author of the ''Mahabharata.'' He is also regarded by many Hindus as the compiler of a number of significant scriptures. As a partial incarnation, Amsa Avatar (aṃśa-avatāra) of Vishnu, he is also regarded by tradition as the compiler of the mantras'' of the Vedas'' into four Vedas, as well as the author of the eighteen ''Puranas'' and the Brahma Sutras. He is one of the seven Chiranjeevis.
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Garuḍapurāṇam of Maharṣi Vedavyāsa / edited with introduction, indexes and textual criticism (in Hindi) by Dr. Ramshankar Bhattacharya
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