We know that present Vyasa is Krishna Dwaipayana. There is a detail about him in Mahabharata. But who is Badarayana Vyasa and what is his story? In which mahayuga was he the Vyasa?
[Related not duplicate] Who all were the different Ved-Vyas?– The Destroyer ♦Apr 29, 2016 at 15:34
Vyasa is for a Mahayuga or Chaturyuga and is changed after that a Mahayuga is one complete cycle of 4 yugas. Kalpa is really very big period. One kalpa contiains 1000 mahayugas so there would be 1000 Vyasas for each kalpa. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hindu_units_of_time#Among_the_Devas– YogiApr 30, 2016 at 11:34
Badarayana is the same as Krishna Dvaipayana Vedavyasa.– Keshav Srinivasan ♦Nov 22, 2016 at 17:45
1@SreeCharan It's mentioned in the Vishnu Purana; see my answer here: hinduism.stackexchange.com/a/2390/36– Keshav Srinivasan ♦Nov 22, 2016 at 18:05
Can anyone give reference vyasa badarayana– Rakesh JoshiMay 3, 2018 at 16:13
Badarayana and Veda Vyasa are one and the same.The reason why Vyasa came to be known by the Badarayana name is explained in the following passage:
In the Brahmasutra, on which there are commentaries according to the various philosophical schools, Vyasa presents in an extremely terse form the substance of the ten (principal) Upanisads. Since he dwelt under the badari tree (jujube) he came to be called "Badarayana" and his work became well-known as "Badarayana-sutra".
Source-The BrahmaSutra on Kamakoti.org(part of Sri Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi's speeches)