Asaṅga (Sanskrit: असंग, Tibetan: ཐོགས་མེད།, Wylie: thogs med, traditional Chinese: 無著; ; pinyin: Wúzhuó; Romaji: Mujaku) (4th century CE) was an Indian scholar who is considered one of the most important spiritual figures of Mahayana Buddhism and as the founder of the Yogachara school

Traditionally, he is considered as one of the seventeen Nalanda masters who taught at the monastery which is located in modern-day Bihar

He and his half-brother Vasubandhu are regarded as the major classical Indian Sanskrit exponents of Mahayana Abhidharma, the doctrines Vijñanavada, Vijñaptivāda, and Vijñaptimātratā-vāda, and Mahayana teachings on the bodhisattva path