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Surely he could, if He so wanted; He could do it even by a little twitch of His brow. The Shloka is worth thousand golds indeed: When these Ritviks enter into their different assignments, they are identified not by their personal names but by their designated names.

MADHWA VIJAYA | Hari Sarvothama! Vayu Jeevothama!

Who could lightly treat the order of the king who had taken up the matter seriously? Elsewhere it is said as follows: It is the blessings of the Vojaya that lead to the blessings of the Lord Sri Hari. Hari is Sarvothtama, Supreme being 2. All our great yatis have revered and celebrated this Madhwa Vijaya. The pupil listened with attention to the very end.

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Sri Madhva ordered it to be carried with care to his Mutt. He took sannyasasrama when he was eleven years of age from Achyuta preksa who vujaya at Anantesvara temple in Udupi.

Preface Sumadhva vijya vijjaya a biographical poem in which the life and the message of Sri Madhvacharya, the Founder of the Dvaita School of Vedanta, are described. The ruler of the place, surprised at this, wanted Sri Madhva to stay on in this country, and kept guards all round, to prevent Sri Madhva from going away.


The comparison of Sri Madhva’s stye to the moon light in verse Moving towards North from Srirangam, one of the important places visited by Sri Madhva was Srimushnam. The glory fijaya Sri Madhva is put in high contrast by the superb poetic touch comparing him with the sea. His Holiness said “atra vayameva saakshiNah: The beautiful machva of Sri Acharya was still more beautified by his own ornaments of humility- vinaya. May we sing in praise: The word “vaikuNTha” is taken as the Loka by that name and also the land where the Lord Vaikuntha resides.

His Holiness disclosed this in the course of an impressive discourse to an enlightened audience at Srirangam a few years ago He was not prepared to lose his gem of a son.

Vasudeva retorted him saying natirna shushrUShujanAya shasyate nataM bhavad. This marvelous feat of the maehva hero furnished to Sri Achyuta Preksha an ocular proof of his pupil’s attainments.

These events are described in this poem. This commentary is called Padartha Dipika. The atmaikya doctrine is rejected. Pages from the book. One verse of interest Verse 48 is taken for full comment. It is therefore known as”Hari vAyu Stuti”. The poet pathetically says Indeed their intrinsic learning seemed to separate them even though assembled in one place.

Its a very good work and it is the need for the day. One day, there was a grand assembly of scholars in a temple on the banks of the holy river. But if Samavaaya does anything at all, it just makes Paramatma inseparable from Duhkha.


The Pundits of Kerala not only admired his profound scholarship but were also wonder struck at his prophetic vision verse That the reader is thrilled to imagine the picture. We would be sharing with our members a gist of Sri Madhwa Vijaya, sarga by sarga at regular intervals throughout this chaturmasya period, which is a work done by this devotee.

It will be beneficial to the devotees and scholars to know the life and works of such a great personality. The serial number of this chapter is reminiscent of Ekadasi the eleventh day of a paksha and the eleven organs of sense. It was in this circumstance that Vasudeva bent his steps to Achyutha Preksha in his camp at Udupi.

He sang a song which induced the residents to sleep and produced flowers and fruits in the areca-nut and other plants in the area.

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Sathya Theertha narrated his wonderful experience to his mates. This was evidently considered a crucial test to find out the depth of his knowledge, verse Subjecting it to further scrutiny, it is asked madyva the Samavaaya which they call a ‘Thingis real or imaginary. He independently studied these and Itihasa-Purana etc sacred literature.

Elders advise that atleast one sarga of Madhwa Vijaya is to be recited daily if not the entire stuff. The chapter begins with the narration of an interesting incident. This is also popularly known as Sumadhwa Vijaya.