Acharya Bhadrabahu was the last shrutkevali (having complete knowledge of Jain Aagam) who predicted a 12 year long famine. Acharyaji migrated with a group of twelve thousand disciples to South India
Along with him was none other than the great Jain king, the founder of Mauryan Empire and turned Jain monk, Chandragupta Maurya.
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According to Digambara tradition, he died in 12 BC. According to Rasimanadala-prakarana-vritti, Kalpa-sutra-subhodika-vritti and Chaturvimsati prabandha, he lived in Pratishthana and was a brother of Varāhamihira.
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