Mikanos He sang in numbers, for the numbers came. Sri Madhva readily accepted it but laid a condition that they should repeat the meanings after he had finished, verse 6. Even the theory of Adhishthana is ivjaya inconsistent with your system because Soonya is asat. Thus Sri Madhva after darshana of Lord Murari, mentally recalled how in his previous Avatar when as Bheema with his brothers Dharmaraja, Arjuna and others he installed the deity in the five forms while his wife Panchali Droupadi used to carry the holy waters viijaya the puja and how he was extolled when by the Devatas. A handful of rice flour is prepared like a clay ball.
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He asked his sishyas to dig a particular place, where he showed them the mace gadAyuDha used by him when he was Bhimasena and also told that Satyatirtha was a king who also fought in the war and showed the weapon he used.
Later Rudra appeared in the dream of a devotee and instructed him suitably. This indicated to all that Rudradeva treated him as his guru and respected him as such.
Brahma s and other gods who have attained moxa have darshana of the Lord, Sriman Narayana,and will be engaged in singing His praise. May Sri Anandatirtha, who has preached such philosophy which leads to moxa, bless us. Summary of Chapter eleven. One late evening, when Sri Madhvacharya was giving a discourse on the Brahmasutra Bhashya, Adisesha appeared in the sky and listened to it. After returning to his abode, Adisesha was asked by several rishis like Sanaka what would be the benefit for those who listen to such a discourse which gods like him too listen with rapt attention.
To this he replied that listening to Madhva shastra leads one to Vaikunta, the abode of Narayana,and that is moxa. The other palatial buildings situated in a row, embedded with white shining stones sPhatika shilas , appear like Adisesha on which Hari is resting.
No amount of poetic eulogy can suffice to describe the abode of the Lord where the presiding deity of all riches in the universe herself is serving her Lord, Narayana. He has a majestic look and is bedecked with jewels made from precious stones. They have no fear of birth or death and any type of sadness. They wander in the gardens which are full of fruit bearing trees and creepers bearing variety of flowers along with their beautiful wives and enjoy amorous sports with them.
They have no specific duties to perform, and still they collect flowers and making garlands from them offer it to Lord, Sri Hari. His slim stomach holds the whole universe in it. ChaturmuKha Brahma is sitting in on a lotus in His naval and is singing His praise. Srimadanandatirtha defeated him in no time like a lion deals with a jackal.
It is worth being the servants of the servants of this guru. Srimadacharya followed him to his house and like an Arjuna, and defeated him in debate with logical arguments. May Srimadanandatirtha, who proclaims the greatness of the all-knowing Narasimha, grant us victory. They assembled under the leadership of two stalverts among them called Pundarika puri who was a sanyasi and Padmatirtha. They came to the conclusion that they should oppose Srimadanandatirtha and elected Pundarika Puri to face him in debate.
The debate was held in the presence of a large gathering of brahmins which included many pundits proficient in Vedas and shastraic works. Sri Purnaprajnacharya defeated Pundarika Puri easily and for the benefit of the learned audience, he started a discourse on the Vedas.
He, with his majestic voice, recited the vedic mantras flawlessly with the right intonations, which the devatas listened to and felt as though coming from SriNarayana Himself. Being highly impressed and gratified with his discourse, the brahmins then asked Pundarika Puri that he should also give a talk on the Vedas. On coming to know about it, Sri Madhva followed him to his house where he was hiding and defeated him with the incessant flow of logical points supported by shastras, just like Arjuna caught Jayadratha with the flow of his arrows when he stole Draupadi.
King Jayasimha received him and prostrated at his feet. I we prostrate to Sri Anandatirtha, the guru for the whole world. Summary of Thirteenth Sarga Sri Madhvacharya, having completed the chaturmasya, got ready to go again on pilgrimage.
By then, an emissary of a king called Jayasimha, who was devoted to Sri Madhvacharya, brought a letter to him from the king which stated that the books which were stolen by Padmatirtha had been confiscated by him and requested the guru to grace him with his visit. Many grihastas, yatis, and brahmacharis who had been following the vedic dharma and their ashrama dharmas properly accompanied him.
He was received by the king, Jayasimha, accompanied by several brahmins near a temple called madaneshvara temple, and prostrated to the guru with all reverence.
He was then taken in procession to another temple situated in a place called Vishnumangala, which was witnessed by a large gathering of people curious to have his darshan. With his tall and impressive personality, Srimadanandatirtha bhagavatpadacharya could be seen by all the people even though he was surrounded by many. On reaching the temple, he was seated in the centre of a raised platform and Jayasimha and other kings were seated around him. Hrishikeshatirtha, a disciple of SriMadhva, recited the Bhagavata slokas and the Acharya discoursed on the exploits of Sri Krishna which gave ecstatic pleasure to the listeners.
The mayavadis, approached Sri Trivikramapanditacharya and said that he being a great pundit in the Vedas, the shastras and literature, should save the face of the advaitins by facing SriMadhvacharya in debate. He then went to Vishnumangala and approached Srimadanandatirtha and prostrated to him with all respects. Although he had no attachments to the world and was free from all sins,he was performing his daily duties and was setting an example for others to follow.
He was spending much time in teaching and discoursing on the shastras. May this Anandatirtha give me the ability to teach the shastras. In the evening, after performing the sandhyavandana, he would discourse on the exploits of Lord Krishna. May such guru give me us the ability to discourse on shastras devoted to Vishnu.
Summary of fourteenth Sarga King Jayasimha handed over to Srimadanandatirtha the bundles of his works in an open assembly attended by many people duly expressing his regrets for the injustice done to the Acharya who received the books from him.
Trivikramapanditacharya, who was pleased with the return of the books stolen from his brother, gave the benediction to the king, who was sitting respectfully at the feet of the Acharya and prayed for his blessings to the king. Sri Madhvacharya spent several days in that temple blessing the good souls deserving moxa which caused hatred in the wicked people, curiosity among the souls of the middle order.
The poet here describes a full day in the life of Acharya Madhva. His yati-sishyas followed him. The other sishyas got up before him and were ready to attend to his needs and attend to their ordained duties.
By then had the sun arisen, reminding the sishyas that it was time for the teaching of Shastras by the guru, and sat with their books silently around the yogapeetha. It was a gratifying sight to the people who had come to see the puja to see Sri Purnaprajna with a glowing lustre on his face, and wearing the signs of a vaishnava. He sat on a well deccorated seat and discoursed on interesting shastraic topics to the pundits and others which were pleasing to them, at the end of which they rushed to the platform to get the first chance to prostrate to the guru.
He is the sole creator of the universe and as such the sustainer and destroyer etc. These he established with hundrdeds of vedic pronouncements and logical arguments duly supported by the shastras,and won over Sri Trivikramapanditacharya in the debate, who became his sishya. At his request, Sri Purnaprajna, explained to him the shastras. May he grant me us the benifit of listening to his commentaries day after day. He initated into sanyasa his brother in purvashrama, a person of exemplary character, who had no attachment to worldly life, and named him vishnutIrtha.
His beloved sishya, Sri Shobhanabhatta, whose expertise in debates was well known, was called Padmanabhatirha, on becoming a yati. He also intiated into sanyasa several other sishyas whose character was praise worthy. Many deserving grihasthas were accepted by him as his sishyas. May Sri Purnaprajnacharya, who came to a place close to kanvatirtha for the next chaturmasya, be victorious. A debate between Sri Madhvacharya and TrivikramaPanditacharya took place at that time.
Sri Trivikrama panditacharya then started his arguments which came like a series of sharp arrows and were based on high philosophical logic,and Sri Madhvacharya cut them all with counter arguments. He then took recourse to arguments based on srutis, which were also disproved by the Acharya by showing other srutis differing from them and establishing that God is full of auspicious qualities and also gave the correct interpretations for the srutis stated by him and explained how the two sets of srutis could be reconciled.
The debate continued for fifteen days and in the end Sri Trivikramapanditacharya,being cleared of all his doubts, accepted defeat, prostrated before the great guru, and prayed to him to accept him as his sishya.
Sri Trivikramapanditacharya wrote a commentary vyakhyana to the BrahmasutraBhashya of Sri Madhvacharya as instructed by him. He expressed to the guru that the worhs of Srimadanandatirthacharya are so profound that they contain several logical discussions which one may find difficult to understand and pleaded with him to write an explanatory work for the portions involving difficult logic.
Sri Anandatirtha took to this kindly and dictated to four of his sishyas four chapters of his explanatory work on the Brahmasutra bhAshya at the same time. Sri Madhvacharya returned to Udipi after the chaturmasya, taking leave of the king. The younger brother of the guru in his purvashrama, who had no interest in worldly affairs,and was a person fully merited in all respects, approached him several times and pleaded with him to give him sanyasa.
Sri shobhanabhatta, who had accompanied Sri Madhvacharya from the Godavari delta was initiated into sanyasa and was caled Padmanabhatirtha and he was highly proficient in the vedanta shastra. There were several ohers who took sanyasa from Sri Anandatirthabhagavatpadacharya like Hrishikeshatirtha, Janardanatirtha, Narasimhatirtha, Upendratirtha, Naraharitirtha, Vamanatirtha, Ramatirtha and Adhoxajatirtha.
Brahmanas, and those of other communities also followed his precepts becoming his shishya. Thus were many who were fortunate to get firm conviction in Vaishnava siddhanta and the devotion to Sri Hari through his grace. It should be our fortune to pray for serving atleast those who serve him. It is dealt with in three slokas in aNumadhvavijaya.
Once, when he was teaching, the lamp got extiguished and he produced light from the nails of his toe. He lifted a big boulder with one hand and placed in a suitable place on the Tungabhadra river to stop all the water flowing out for the benifit of the people. When a solar eclipse took place, he went with his followers to take bath in the sea and before its start discoursed on the "Aitareya" upanishad.
While taking bath, as it was difficult to stand in the sea waters due to the force of the rising waves,he made the sea get calm by just a glance of his eyes. The guru told them to lift his thumb which he pressed on the floor, the two failed in their effort. In another temple, Sri Madhvacharya sat on the back of a small boy and went round it. The headman of the village was povoked by some people and wanted to kill SriMadhvacharya,but on seeing him, he bowed to him reverenly.
When the food offered by poor devotees was short of needs,he made it four fold; When rich devotees offered large quantities of food, he consumed as much as thiry people could. May Srimadanandatirtha be pleased with my our little devotion to him.
MADHVA VIJAYA ENGLISH PDF
It is authored by Sri Narayana Panditacharya, who was the son of Sri Trivikrama Panditacharya, one of the direct disciples of Madhwacharya. Sri Trivikrama Panditacharya was a famous advaita exponent of his time and converted himself to the Madhwa faith after having a debate with Sri Madhwacharya Himself for 7—8 days. You are all well aware of the dramatic moment of his life, on what he saw and how he came up with the 41 shlokas of Vayustuthi and Acharyaru Himself giving the stamp of approval and it became Hari Vayustuthi. Madhwa Vijaya is a Sanskrit work and is composed of 16 sargas comprising shlokas. It starts with a description of the first two avatars of Vayu, namely Hanuman and Bhima. It then proceeds to describe the life of Sri Madhwa, who is the third avatar. Sri Narayana Panditacharya was a contemporary of Sri Madhwa which greatly adds to the authenticity of the work.
He asked his sishyas to dig a particular place, where he showed them the mace gadAyuDha used by him when he was Bhimasena and also told that Satyatirtha was a king who also fought in the war and showed the weapon he used. Later Rudra appeared in the dream of a devotee and instructed him suitably. This indicated to all that Rudradeva treated him as his guru and respected him as such. Brahma s and other gods who have attained moxa have darshana of the Lord, Sriman Narayana,and will be engaged in singing His praise. May Sri Anandatirtha, who has preached such philosophy which leads to moxa, bless us. Summary of Chapter eleven. One late evening, when Sri Madhvacharya was giving a discourse on the Brahmasutra Bhashya, Adisesha appeared in the sky and listened to it.
Leaving the body with Mudras on, a bhaktha reaches Vishnu loka. The two keywords in this sloka are 1. The eldest brother was named Rama. His summary of philosophical debates is very eloquent and makes one feel that he is actually observing it. Based on your browsing history. Thanks many times over! The atmaikya doctrine is rejected.