Damshtrasena (Skt. Daṃṣṭrāsena; Tib. མཆེ་བའི་སྡེ་, chewé dé, Wyl. mche ba'i sde) was a Kashmiri master identified as the author of two Prajnaparamita commentaries contained within the Tengyur. The authorship of these works is however disputed, with some scholars, including Butön, ascribing one of them to Vasubandhu.
- Gareth Sparham, 'Demons on the Mother: Objections to the Perfect Wisdom Sūtras in Tibet', in Guy Newland (ed.) Changing Minds: Contributions to the Study of Buddhism and Tibet in Honor of Jeffrey Hopkins, Snow Lion, 2001