2000 BC - 2000 BC


Bharadwaja, also referred to as Guru (IAST: Bharadvāja) or Bharadvaja, Bṛhaspatya, was one of the revered Vedic sages (maharishi) in Ancient India. He was a renowned scholar, economist, and physician. His contributions to ancient Indian literature, specifically the Puranas and Rig Veda, provide significant insight into ancient Indian society. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Bharadwaja has received more than 731,833 page views. His biography is available in 18 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 964th most popular philosopher.

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Among philosophers, Bharadwaja ranks 962 out of 1,005Before him are Richard Price, Patricia Churchland, Luciano Floridi, Hector Boece, Paul Kurtz, and Hermann Gunkel. After him are Sir William Hamilton, 9th Baronet, R. M. Hare, Michael Ruse, Jaegwon Kim, Bas van Fraassen, and Stanley Jaki.

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Among people born in 2000 BC, Bharadwaja ranks 11Before him are Gungunum, Vasishtha, Atri, Iddin-Dagan, Ilu-shuma, and Erishum I. After him is Ishme-Dagan. Among people deceased in 2000 BC, Bharadwaja ranks 12Before him are Vasishtha, Gautama Maharishi, Bu Jiang, Jiong of Xia, Atri, and Ilu-shuma.

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