It is authored by Sri Narayana Panditacharya , who was the son of Sri Trivikrama Panditacharya , one of the direct disciples of Madhvacharya. Sri Trivikrama Panditacharya was a famous advaita exponent of his time and converted himself to the Madhva faith after disputation with Sri Madhvacharya himself for 7—8 days in Kasargod of Kerala. He is also the author of the famous " Vayu Stuti " which is recited by all devote Madhvas, daily, till date. Madhva Vijaya is a Sanskrit work and is composed of 16 sargas or cantos.
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It is authored by Sri Narayana Panditacharya , who was the son of Sri Trivikrama Panditacharya , one of the direct disciples of Madhvacharya. Sri Trivikrama Panditacharya was a famous advaita exponent of his time and converted himself to the Madhva faith after disputation with Sri Madhvacharya himself for 7—8 days in Kasargod of Kerala. He is also the author of the famous " Vayu Stuti " which is recited by all devote Madhvas, daily, till date.
Madhva Vijaya is a Sanskrit work and is composed of 16 sargas or cantos. 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 Madhva, who is considered the third avatar. MadhVa Vijaya contains detailed descriptions of various incidents of Sri MadhVa's life and is the only authentic source of information about Madhvacharya that exists.
Sri Narayana Panditacharya was a contemporary of Sri Madhva which greatly adds to the authenticity of the work. The work contains many personal and intimate details of Sri Madhvacharya's daily routine. Madhva Vijaya has several commentaries written on it which greatly helps the understanding of the Maha Kavya.
This commentary is called Bhava Prakashika. This is a very useful commentary because the poet himself gives the Kannada and Tulu names of several persons who are a part of Sri Madhvacharya's Biography and the places which Sri Madvacarya has visited.
In the Kavya these names are Sanskritised. This commentary is called Padartha Dipika. All the commentaries are in print. Sri Madhva Vijaya has also been recited by many artists, such as Sri Vidhyabooshana. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Part of a series on Dvaita Saints. Holy places. Categories : Dvaita.
Sri Madhwavijaya – with English translation
Posted August 10, by anandsp1 in Stotra. I have launched on an initiative to start creating posts on our great stotras and mantras like Hari Vayustuthi, Madhwa Vijaya and so on.. You may wonder what is there new to write on these, when enough has been said and written and lots of things are already there in web. Yes, I agree and my only humble intention is to try and collect as much links as possible through self-research and valuable inputs from all of you and provide them together in one page. Such that tomorrow when someone is trying for more information on any of these, it would help to get all the relevant details and links in one place. With the blessings of Hari Vayu Gurugalu and active support from you, let us see how far we can take this. To being with, the first in the series will focus on the maha kavya the Madhwa Vijaya.
Su Madhva Vijaya - A Biography of Srila Madhwaacarya
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Sri Madhva Vijaya
Sri Madhwa Vijaya — with English translation by Prof. Nadgouda is published in PDF downloadable format:. Sumadhwa Vijaya is a reliable biography, great epic poetry, profound philosophy and a faithful memoir of the times all rolled in one. It is an artistic and poetic portrayal of the life and accomplishments of a renowned philosopher-saint who rendered yeoman service to mankind. It is an out-standing epic-poem in Sanskrit with its inherent beauties set in a mythical setting for the fulfilment of divine purpose made acceptable by its fine fusion of the human and the super-human. It is an enviable poetic expression of Vaishnava Siddhanta in a capsulated form as propounded and propagated by Anandatirtha. It is a vivid presentation of the ethos of the age that was ripe to invoke a divine descent on earth.
Sumdhawa Vijaya is an authorized biography of Srila Madhwaacarya. Sumadhwa Vijaya lucidly documents the various pastimes of Acarya Madhwa one of the priniciple acaryas of our sampradaya. Acarya Madhwa was indeed a great prolific preacher of Krishna consciousness, he spread the Vaishnava siddhanta of surrender to Supreme Lord Krishna far and wide all over India in the 11 century. In this series we bring to you the English translation of the verses in the form of short poems.