Given dates (all in the Common Era) are approximate and represent the upper and lower possible extremes of the person's lifetime.
The middle-Indic name Jamāri accords with the title section of Peking 5723, 208a7 (cf. Ono 1993, p. VII, n. 32); disciple of the Kashmirian Jñānaśrī (?, Stcherbatsky 1930 pp. 44f., but not verifiable) or of Jñānaśrīmitra (cf. Ono 1993 p. XI). Life dates: middle of 11th century. (t.p. Jayanta, cf. Stcherbatsky 1930 p. 45; “1000–1060” according to Ono 1993 p. XI.)