A Jaina medical work different from the Kalyāṇakāraka of Ugrāditya.
It was probably known in Cambodia. Ref. to by Ugrāditya in his [Page251-a] Kalyāṇakāraka; by
Pārśvapaṇḍita in Pārśvapurāṇa (Kannada) composed in 1222 A. D.
(Karṇātakakavicarite, I. page 325). Jagadalla Somanātha wrote his Kannada
Kalyāṇakāraka on the basis of Pūjyapāda's work.