Dvaita
Dvaita (Sanskrit: द्वैत) (also known as Bheda-vāda, Tattva-vāda and Bimba-pratibimba-vāda) is a school of Vedanta founded by Shri Madhvacharya (c. 1238-1317 CE) who was also known as Purna Prajna and ...
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Ashta Mathas of Udupi
The Tulu Ashta Mathas of Udupi are a group of eight mathas or Hindu monasteries established by Madhvacharya, the preceptor of the Dvaita school of Hindu thought. For each of the eight mathas, Madhvach...
Prameya shloka
The Prameya shloka is a Shloka composed by Sri Vyasatirtha, a leading philosopher in the Dvaita school of Vedanta. The shloka summarises the nine basic tenets of Dvaita or Tattvavada, which is a schoo...
Sripadaraja
Sripadaraya, (Kannada: ಶ್ರೀಪಾದ ರಾಯರು) a haridasa, is also known as Sripadaraja or Lakshminarayana Tirtha (1404 – 1502).Sripadaraya was born in Abburu in Chennapattana taluk (near modern Bangalor...
Paryaya
Paryaya is a religious ritual which takes place every alternate year in Krishna Matha (Krishna Temple) of Udupi. The puja and administration of Krishna Matha is distributed among the Swamijis (seer or...
Vadirajatirtha
Sri Vadirajateertha (Kannada: ಶ್ರೀ ವಾದಿರಾಜ ತೀರ್ಥರು), traditionally 1480 - 1600, a Haridasa, was a Shivalli Tulu Brahmin and native of the village of Hoovinakere, near Kumbhashi in Kundapura taluk, Udu...
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Sri MadhwaVijaya
Madhwa Vijaya or "The story of the victory of Madhwa" is a biography of the great Dvaita philosopher Sri Madhwacharya. It is authored by Sri Narayana Panditacharya, who was the son of Sri Trivikrama P...
Thirtha prabandha
Thirtha Prabandha is one of the main Sanskrit works by Sri Vadiraja Swamy, the 16th century Dvaita philosopher and saint. The document is written in the form of a travelogue and contains descriptions ...
Adamaru
Adamaru or Adamaar (Tulu: ಅದಮಾರು) is a village in the Udupi district of the state of Karnataka, India. The village houses one of the Ashta Mathas founded by Shri Madhvacharya, the Dvaita philosoph...
Sadachara Smruti
Sadachara Smruti or Hymns of Pious Living is a short work by Sri Madhvacharya, the founder of the Dvaita school of philosophy. The work contains about 35 shlokas. It is essentially an instruction guid...
Shiroor
Shiruru (Kannada: ಶಿರೂರು is a coastal village of Udupi District in the state of Karnataka India. Shiruru village lies on NH-66 running between Mumbai and Mangalore. The nearest airport is Mangalore In...
Pandhareenathachar Galagali
Pandit Pandhareenathachar Galagali (born 10 July 1922) is a Vedic scholar, author, poet, journalist, and orator. He has authored over 50 books in Kannada and Sanskrit, among which are Shri Shambhu Lin...
Dvadasha stotra
Dvadasha stotra is a series of 12 Stotras composed by Sri Madhvacharya, the 13th-century founder of the Tattvavada or Dvaita school of philosophy. 'Dvadasha' in Sanskrit means 12 and all the 12 stotra...
Vijaya Dasa
Vijaya Dasa (Kannada: ವಿಜಯದಾಸ) (1682–1755) was a prominent saint from the Haridasa tradition of Karnataka, India in the 18th century, and a scholar of the Dvaita philosophical tradition. Along wit...
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Vyasanakere Prabhanjanacharya
Sri Vyasanakere Prabhanjanacharya is one of the leading Sanskrit scholars of India. He is an expert in the Dvaita school of philosophy, founded by Sri Madhvacharya. Sri Prabhanjanacharya has written n...
Rukminishavijaya
Rukminishavijaya is one of the works of Sri Vadiraja, the famous 15th-century Dvaita philosopher. The book highlights the story of Lord Sri Krishna, as described in the 10th book of the Bhagavatha-Pur...
Jagannatha Dasa
Jagannatha Dasa (Kannada: ಜಗನ್ನಾಥ ದಾಸ) (1728–1809), a native of Manvi town in the Raichur district, Karnataka state, India, is considered one of the notable Haridasa ("devotee of the Hindu god V...
Aralumallige Parthasarathy
Aralumallige Parthsarathy (born 22 March 1948 in Bangalore, India) is an international scholar and expert in the field of Dasa Sahitya, which preaches the values and culture of the historic Bhakthi mo...
Mukti-yogyas
In Dvaita theology, Mukti-yogyas is a class of souls classified by Shri Madhvacharya as eligible for mukti or moksha. Madhva divides souls into three classes: one class of souls which qualify for lib...
Vishwesha Teertha
Sri Vishwesha Teertharu is the current Swamiji of the Pejavara Adokshaja matha, one of the ashta mathas belonging to the Dvaita school of philosophy, founded by Sri Madhvacharya. Sri Vishvesha Tirtha ...
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Trivikrama Panditacharya
Sri Trivikrama Panditacharya was one of the disciples of Sri Madhvacharya, the great Dvaita philosopher. He composed the Vayu Stuti, one of the most famous Stotras in the Madhva tradition.Sri Trivikra...
Gokarna Math
Gokarna Matha is one of the 24 mathas of the Dvaita order, a system established by Madhvacharya in the 13th century AD.This matha is also called Partagali Jivottama and is headquartered in Partagali, ...
Raghavendra Swami
Śrī Rāghavēndra Swami (1595–1671 CE), born Venkanna Bhatta, was a renowned Hindu saint, philosopher and proponent of Dvaita philosophy proposed by Sri Madhvacharya. He served as the head of the matha...
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Madhvacharya
Madhvacharya ([məd̪ʱʋɑːˈtʃɑːrjə]; 1238–1317 CE), also known as Purna Prajña and Ananda Tīrtha, was an Indian philosopher who was the chief proponent of the Dvaita school of Vaishnavism and Tattvavad...
Kanaka Dasa
Kanaka Dasa (Kannada: ಕನಕದಾಸ) (1509-1609) was a poet, philosopher, musician and composer from modern Karnataka. He is known for his Kirtanes and Ugabhoga, compositions in the Kannada language for...
Works of Madhvacharya
The extant works of the Dvaita founder-philosopher, Sri Madhvacharya, called the Sarvamūla Granthas, are many in number. The works span a wide spectrum of topics concerning Dvaita philosophy in specif...
Krishnapura, India
Krishnapura (Tulu, Kannada: ಕೃಷ್ಣಾಪುರ ) is a village located 3 kilometres near Surathkal and comes under the authority of the Mangalore City Corporation, Karnataka, India.
The original inhabitant...
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Vishnu Tirtha
Vishnu Tirtha (Subhaktimana) was a scholar of the Dvaita school of Vedanta philosophy and the founder of the monasteries at Sodhe and Subramanya. He left his home after his parents died to join the or...
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