Gayadhara (Skt. kāyastha gayādhara; Tib. ག་ཡ་དྷ་ར་ or སྤྲིན་འཛིན་, Wyl. ga ya d+ha ra or sprin 'dzin) (994-1043) was the teacher of Drokmi Lotsawa. He received the teachings of Virupa, which later became known as Lamdré, from Avadhutipa. He went to Tibet three times.
- Cyrus Stearns, Luminous Lives: The Story of the Early Masters of the Lam 'bras Tradition in Tibet, Wisdom Publications, 2001.