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  Chronology of Events relating to Konkanis and Saraswats
The worshipped deity of this samsthan is Shri Bhavani Shankar.
The worshipped deity of this samsthan is Shri Vedavyasa
Reinstallation at Shri Venkatrmana Temple, Uppinangady by Purna Prajna Tirtha of Gokarna Mutt.
www.gsbkerala.com /chronology.htm   (1790 words)

  
  shri madhvacharya - Article and Reference from OnPedia.com
Shri Madhvacharya,(1238-1317), was the chief propounder of the Dvaita or dualistic school of Hindu philosophy, one of the three influential Vedanta philosophies.
Madhvacharya is believed to be the third incarnation of Vayu, after Hanuman and Bhima.
Shri Madhvacharya was born as Vasudeva to Madhyageha Bhatta (father) and Vedavati (mother) at Pajaka in Udupi.
www.onpedia.com /encyclopedia/Shri-Madhvacharya   (613 words)

  
 Shri Raghuttama Teertharu
Shri Raghunatha Teertharu of Uttaradi Math had attained the lotus feet of the Lord and his successor Shri Raghuvarya Teertharu had upon his mantle the problem of resurrecting the trouble stricken Madhvas.
Shri Raghuttama Teertharu was one of the holiest saints of Shri Uttaradi Math who descended for the upliftment of the satvic souls.
Shri Raghuttama Teertharu desired to enter the Brindavana at Manampundi(Thirkoilur) on the banks of river South Pinakini (Penna) which is in Villupuram District of present Tamilnadu.
www.uttaradimath.org /raghuttama.htm   (1442 words)

  
 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Madhvacharya
Shri Madhvacharya (Kannada:(ಶ್ರೀ ಮಧ್ವಾಚಾರ್ಯರು)) (1238-1317) was the chief proponent of Tattvavāda (True Philosophy), popularly known as Dvaita or dualistic school of Hindu philosophy.
Madhvacharya is believed by his followers to be the third incarnation of Vayu, aka Mukhyaprana, after Hanuman and Bhima.
Shri Madhvacharya (ಶ್ರೀ ಮಧ್ವಾಚಾರ್ಯರು) was the incarnation of Mukhyaprana and was born as Vaasudeva to Madhyageha Bhatta (father) and Vedavati (mother) at Pajaka in Udupi District, in southern Indian state of Karnataka.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Madhvacharya   (1635 words)

  
 Madhvacharya information - Search.com
Madhvacharya (1238-1317) was the chief proponent of Tattvavāda (True Philosophy), popularly known as Dvaita or dualistic school of Hindu philosophy.
Madhvacharya is believed by his followers to be the third incarnation of Vayu, aka MukhyaPrana, after Hanuman and Bhima.
Shri Madhvacharya was born as Vaasudeva to Madhyageha Bhatta (father) and Vedavati (mother) at Pajaka in Udupi, Karnataka.
www.search.com /reference/Madhvacharya   (1511 words)

  
 Temples of Karnataka : OurKarnataka.com
It is said that the Vedavyasa Samputa and the image of Lakshmi Narasimha handed over to Shri Madhvacharya by Shri Vedavyasa are of paramount importance.
Moreover to the south and the north are situated the temple of Bhairava and Umamaheshwara.
As per the opinion of Shri Gururaj Bhatt, a well-known archeologist and historian in South Kanara, the age of the statue dates back to 600 years.
www.ourkarnataka.com /temple_main.htm   (1271 words)

  
 Vishva Hindu Parishad
Mahamahim Shri Jayachamaraja Wadiyar Bahadur, Maharaja of Mysore, and President of the Vishva Hindu Parishad, could not attend the session because of illness, and his address was read in absentia by the Parishad General Secretary Shri S. Apte.
In the afternoon session Jagadguru Shri Vishyesh-Teertha of the Madhav Sampradaya, Sadguru Jagajit Singh of Namdhari Sikh Panth; Guru Raghavacharya of Ramanuja Panth; Buddha Bhikshu Shasan Rashmi and Shri Dhunda Maharaj of the Bhagwat Sampradaya of Maharashtra, spoke on the basic values and ideals common to all sects of the Hindu Society.
Shri Guruji referred to the sense of inferiority complex that had long pervaded Hindu society, and because of which the average Hindu felt ashamed of being called a Hindu, felt shy of his language, his dress, etc. "This inferiority-complex has to be completely shaken off and a pride about Hindudom infused in him", he added.
www.vhp.org /englishsite/a-origin_growth/historicworld.htm   (3154 words)

  
 Madhvacharya Information
Madhvacharya (1238-1317) was the chief proponent of Tattvavāda (True Philosophy), popularly known as Dvaita or dualistic school of Hindu philosophy.
Shri Madhvacharya was born as Vaasudeva to Madhyageha Bhatta (father) and Vedavati (mother) at Pajaka in Udupi, Karnataka.
Madhvacharya has established that souls are eternal, and are not created by God as in the Semitic religions.
www.bookrags.com /Shri_Madhvacharya   (1637 words)

  
 VNN Editorial - His Heart Was Full Of Strength
From this point on, Shri Baladeva's life and soul was fully dedicated to the thesis conception of the Gaudiya Sampradaya.
Baladeva argued that the founder of the Gaudiya Sampradaya, Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu established the Shrimad-Bhagavatam as the topmost commentary on Vedanta.
May that Shri Govinda who is the most dear life and soul of Shri Radhika, be all-victorious." With the Govinda Bhashya commentary in hand, Baladeva Vidyabhusahana arrived at the assembly hall of the king, where the pandits were waiting for him.
www.vnn.org /editorials/ET9906/ET24-4157.html   (1343 words)

  
 Divine Digest - The Complete Guide to All Religions
Shri Madhvacharya founder of Dwaita philosophy said, "God is the continuing cause of all activities of man. The purpose of creation by the Lord is to enable individual souls to work out their salvation." He prescribed Bhakthi as the supreme method to attain God.
Adi Sankaracharya's Advaita philosophy propounds of only one Supreme Being, Lord Shiva - the philosophy is known as Shaivism - he stressed that spiritual knowledge, deep devotion and detachments are necessary for reaching the goal.
Vasishtadwaita was expounded by Shri Ramanujacharya which lays emphasis on the cult devoted to the worship of Lord Vishnu, signifying the cult of Vaishnavism.
www.divinedigest.com /hindu.htm   (625 words)

  
 LIFE HISTORY OF GURU RAGHAVENDRA
shrI sudhIndra tIrtha was on the lookout for a suitable successor to carry on the glorious tradition of his maTha.
You are shrI hari’s beloved devotee and this is what He expects from you”.
ShrI Rayaru s works are characterized by remarkable clarity of thought, simplicity of expression and compactness.
www.gururaghavendra1.org /histragh.htm   (6496 words)

  
 Sode Math - Udupipages.com
Shri Sode Vadiraja Math is one of the Asta Maths formed by Shri Madhwacharya who propagated Dwaitha Philosophy and installed Lord Krishna's Idol during the 3rd century.
Shri Vadiraja Swamiji of this Math who lived in the 15th century was responsible for the reforms and the present type of Paryayam once in two years.
Shri Vadiraja Swamiji's Vrindavan is at Sonda, which is in north kanara District of Karnataka, is a sacred pilgrimage centre.
www.udupipages.com /home/temple/sode.html   (229 words)

  
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Shri Madhvacharya has written four commentaries on the Brahma Suutra of Shri Vedavyasa namely Bhashya, Anubhashya, Nyaayavivarana and Anuvyaakhyaana.
The great talented and scholar Shri Vishwesha Theertha Swamiji of Shri pejavara Mutt, Udupi, having experienced deep routed pure essence of Shreemannyaayasudhaa, presented this through Shreemannyaayasudhaasaara book in Kannada with sole intention of giving the pleasure for the noble and the benefit for the virtuous souls.
Shri Gururaja Acharya who is well-versed in Nyaya Vedantha etc., has taken meticulous care to present this monumental work into simple and effective English.
www.madhva.org /redirect.php?page=book_sudha&style=madhva   (380 words)

  
 Vedanta - ExampleProblems.com
Each of these Vedantic divisions was founded by Shri Adishankara, Shri Ramanuja and Shri Madhvacharya, respectively.
Also of note, historically, in order for a guru to be considered an acharya or great teacher of a philosophical school of Vedanta, he was required to write commentaries on three important texts in Vedanta, the Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, and the Brahma Sutras.
The three schools they conceived are the most prevalent, however, proponents of other Vedantic schools continue to write and develop their ideas as well, although their works are not widely known outside of India.
www.exampleproblems.com /wiki/index.php/Vedanta   (1168 words)

  
 Madhva
Madhvacharya was a great religious reformer and an orthodox commentator on the Brahma Sutras and the ten Upanishads.
Madhvacharya is the great exponent of the Dvaita school of philosophy.
These are some of the important teachings of Madhvacharya, the renowned exponent of the dualistic school of philosophy.
www.sivanandadlshq.org /saints/madhva.htm   (555 words)

  
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shrI vijaya dAsaru was a great saint, haridasa and philosopher in the mAdhva tradition shrI vijaya dAsaru was responsible for the revival of the shrI haridasa sahitya in the 17th and 18th centuries.
The movement was in dire straits after the fall of vijaya nagar empire and dislocation of the Hindu society.
He collected all the available shrI purandara dAsa compositions which were about to be lost and put them on paper.
www.madhva.org /redirect.php?page=download&style=   (350 words)

  
 ::prithvibhat.com - People --> Shri Madhvacharya
Sincere devotion to God aided by a critical and dispassionate understanding of His Supremacy through incessant study of sciptures and other spiritual disciplines is the path of salvation to individual souls.
Madhvacharya spent his early childhood in a small village called Pajaka near Udupi.Madhva’s childhood, like most great saints in this world,was filled with miracles and wondrous events.
He was the missionary behind the installation of Shri Krishna diety of Shri Krishna Mutt in Udupi.He also set up Ashta Mutt's to worship Lord Krishna & layed down plan of action for each of these mutt's.
www.prithvibhat.com /people/madhva.html   (316 words)

  
 Thelemapedia: The Encyclopedia of Thelema & Magick | Vedanta
Other than Shri Adishankara, Shri Ramanuja and Shri Madhvacharya, the founders of each of the three main Vedantic divisions, other important pre-modern Vedantins include Bhaskara, Vallabha, Caitanya, Nimbarka, Vacaspati Misra, Suresvara, and Vijnanabhiksu.
Historically, in order for one guru to be considered acharya or great teacher of a philosophical school of Vedanta, such acharya had to write commentaries on three important texts in Vedanta, Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, and the Brahma Sutras.
While the traditional Vedic 'karma kanda', or ritualistic components of religion, continued to be practiced as meditative and propitiatory rites to guide society, through the Brahmins, to self-knowledge, more jnana ("knowledge")–centered understandings began to emerge, mystical streams of Vedic religion that focused on meditation, self-discipline and spiritual connectivity rather rituals.
www.thelemapedia.org /index.php/Vedanta   (697 words)

  
 Bhakti movement in India
The seeds of Carnatic music were sown, and the philosophy of Madhvacharya was propogated by the Kannada Haridasas.The Haridasa movement presented, like the Virashaiva movement, another strong current of Bhakti, pervading the lives of millions.
The former were required to be proficient in the Vedas, Upanishads and other Darshanas, while the Dasakuta merely conveyed the message of Madhvacharya through the Kannada language to the people.
The philosophy of Madhvacharya was preserved and perpetuated by his eminent disciples like Vyasatirtha or Vyasaraja Naraharitirtha, Vadirajatirtha, Sripadaraya, Jayathirtha and others.
hinduwebsite.com /hinduism/concepts/bhaktimarg.asp   (2026 words)

  
 Dualism - HinduWiki
Dvaita (originally called Tattvavada), a school of Vedanta (the most widespread Hindu philosophy) founded by Shri Madhvacharya, stresses a strict distinction between God and souls.
Like Ramanuja Shri Madhvacharya espoused a Vaishnava theology that understands Brahman to be endowed with attributes and a personal God, Vishnu.
It is the same point that Sri Madhvacharya reinforces in one of his doctrines...
www.hinduwiki.com /index.php/Dualism   (807 words)

  
 Lives of the Saints
Shri Gopal Bhatta Goswami was the son of Vyenkatta Bhatta, a brahmana resident of Shri Rangam, who was initiated in the Shri Sampradaya.
"Shri Vyenkatta Bhatta was a Vaishanva brahmana and an inhabitant of Shri Rangakshetra.
At that time, Shri Chaitanya explained that Lakshmidevi wanted to remain in her position as the opulent goddess of fortune in Vaikuntha and at the same time enter into the pastimes of Krishna, where sweetness and beauty are superior to power and opulence.
www.geocities.com /july9th_77/lives_of_the_saints.htm   (18140 words)

  
 Tourism
Udupi is a divine shrine in the coastal region of Western Ghats.
The reasons for its fame are the statue of Sri Krishna installed by the great saint Sri Madhvacharya and the penance and influence of Sri Vaadiraja yathivarenya.
Another attraction of this temple is the 'Kanakana Kindi' -a small window through which Krishna is believed to have given darshan to his ardent devotee, Kanakadasa.
www.angelfire.com /sd/shridhara/doc.html   (414 words)

  
 Gaudiya Discussions -> Baladeva Vidyabhusana
From this point on, Shri Baladeva's life and soul was fully dedicated to the theistic conception of the Gaudiya Sampradaya.
 Baladeva argued that the founder of the Gaudiya Sampradaya, Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu established the Shrimad-Bhagavatam as the topmost commentary on Vedanta.
Shri Baladeva Vidyabhusana had two superexcellent disciples who were perfected souls.
www.gaudiyadiscussions.com /index.php?showtopic=195   (2911 words)

  
 Chronology of Events relating to Konkanis and Saraswats
The worshipped deity of this samsthan is Shri Bhavani Shankara
Shri Venkatramana Temple at Karkal renovated by installing the new idol
Kodagas looted Shri Maha Maya Temple (Kuladevatha of family of Impersonators of holy Oracle -- MANJESHWAR DEVDARSHAN -- at Manjeshwar) in Mangalore
satemple.tripod.com /id18.html   (1124 words)

  
 [Advaita-l] Re: Love molecule
Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya, Probably you do not know that Shri Madhvacharya had proved his guru wrong and the guru then accepted Shri Madhvacharya as his guru.
and regarding the issue of shrI ramaNa maharShi, comparing Him with the modern age guru-s is like trying to estimate the worth of gold with mere stones (this is my opinion.
even shrI ramaNa maharShi advocates the necessity of a guru and in His own case, He maintained that aruNAchala (= His own self) was His guru.
www.advaita-vedanta.org /archives/advaita-l/2005-December/016121.html   (665 words)

  
 welcome to Udupipages.com
Studied Sarvamula Granthas, Shri Manyasudha Grantha, Vyasatraya, under the guidance of Shri Vidyamanya Teertha for 5 years at Admaru Adarsha Gurukula.
During the Paryaya period of Shri Vidyamanya Teertha (1986- 88) Shri Vidyadeesha performed special poojas to Lord Krishna.
Scholars like Shri Kapu Hayagreeva Acharya, Kumbashi Shri Krishna Upadhyaya, Vattangad Shri Hayagreeva Acharya, Paadur Shri Venkatramana Aithal and Padubidalu Shri Padmanabha Acharya are recepients of this award till date.
www.udupipages.com /home/temple/vidya.html   (546 words)

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