Lolimbaraja, son of divakara-bhatta, was a resident of Junnar in Pune district. He had married a muslim girl, and after her death, turned an ascetic. He was a devotee of Durga. He had the title ‘the prince of poets’ (Kavi- Badshah).
Two of his other works are ‘Vaidyavtaamsu’ ‘Chamatkara Chintamani’. Both of them deals with medical subjects.
Vaidyajivana is a collection of Ayurvedic recipes for common ailments by Vaidya Lolimbaraja (1538-1608) written in elegant Sanskrit as dramatized and poetic dialogues with his wife Ratnakala (daughter of a Muslim subhedar). Eng trans by Nirmal Saxena; Krishnadas Academy 2001
— Shrinivas Tilak (@tshrinivas) May 21, 2018