Do you mean, is Dhanvantari mentioned in the Vedas or mentioned in Sanskrit literature that was composed later to the date of the latest hymn of the Veda?

The word 'Vedic' literature can mean different things in different contexts. 

On Wed, Sep 20, 2017 at 5:52 AM, patrick mccartney via INDOLOGY <> wrote:

Could someone please enlighten me as to when Dhanvantari is first mentioned, specifically whether this is within vedic or post-vedic literature. 

Thank you. 

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