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Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. 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. The devotee’s original plan was to start it on the day of maadhva ekAdashi and have the gist of each sarga sent out every week for 16 weeks.

There were some unforeseen viiaya, and the same has started on this auspicious day of the first day of shrAvana mAsa. Of the first four verses called Mangalacharana shlokas, the above is the foremost. The entire universe is eternally dependent on Him. Mdahva who please Him is emancipated by His Grace from the wheel of Samsara.

Such a Guru is Vayu Bhagavan described in the Upanishads as Aakhanamsha Samana, which means he is as hard as a rock striking on which the demons will be shattered to pieces like balls of sand. Similarly in Mahabharatha, it is seen that when Sri Bheema, the second avatara of Vayu bhagavan neglected, Kama was killed by Arjuna under the direction of Lord Krishna. The Gist of the Sarga This chapter may be classified into four parts. Tradition believes that Sri Trivikrama was an madnva of Rudra.


The fifth verse is a pratijna sloka that tells the subject matter of the work. Nevertheless he feels that his humble attempt will be useful as the lives of the Great men purify our minds verses 6 to 8 The Glories of Sri Hanuman From the ninth to the twentieth verse, the author vividly narrates the glory of Sri Hanuman the first avatara of Vayu as the greatest Bhaktha of Lord Sri Ramachandra. Sri Bhima’s strength and Valor The author next describes verses 28 to 44 the second avatara of Prana Deva in the valiant Bheema.

The Paravidya which is Vishnu Bodhaka thus getting clouded, the satwic souls the bhAgavathas were in a mental turmoil not knowing what to do having been caught in the whirl of ignorance all round. After the great Mahabharatha war, there arose a confused situation such as the ideas of attributeless God.

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It was argued that the Universe was unreal. In the mansions viajya thought invaded by such dark ideas, the pious men suffered pangs of conscience when they found the outlet for the pouring of their hearts.

Thus, by a decision in the divine court of Lord Narayana, says the Mahakavya, the beloved son of God, Vayudeva came down to earth to propagate Tatvavaada the essence of Vedic Philosophy which is explained in the following verse by Sri Vyasaraja: Hari is Sarvothtama, Supreme being 2.

The world is real 3.

Difference is real 4. Souls jeeva sangha are dependent on Hari Souls are graded Mukthi is the enjoyment of the soul’s innate bliss 7. Hari is knowable only through the Vedas in entirety. There was the sound of Dundubhi an auspicious omen which marked the birth of Sri Madhva while Madhya Geha was returning home after his worship of Lord ananteshwara, as usual. On the return journey, during midnight through a dark forest haunted by ghosts, the party witnessed a person in distress vomiting blood.


As a child, he digested a basket full of horse gram given by his innocent sister who was helpless in consoling him in the absence of the mother. Madhya Geha thanked the Lord for giving back his beloved child. The idea here is eloquent. There are several beautiful verses in the Kavya bearing subtle meanings which are not only pleasing but also carry away our minds from the cares of life. A few of these are cited below: The oft-quoted verse 30 is worth noting The neighbor of Madhya Geha gained Moksha Prada Gnyana by making a gift of a milch cow for the supply of milk to child Vasudeva.

In verse 51, we see Sri Madhwa demonstrating a high ideal that one should relieve one’s parents of the difficulties that may arise in many forms. Vasudeva even as a child, discharged the obligation of his father by clearing off the debt incurred by him.

Another truth underlying in verse 34 is that there is nothing greater or more powerful than the mercy of the Lord.

For, it saves a devotee from many dangers including death. Many of these examples serve as guidelines for ideal living. A good kavya is required to inculcate the principles of Dharmic life in a suggestive manner appealing even to the common man.

The poet has done this admirably in this kavya. If all these lessons were to be put together, they would become a book of ethical conduct of immense value.

A continuous pArAyana of Sumadhwa Vijaya has literally converted copper into gold; so goes the story in the case of a devotee. Leaving aside the inner literary beauties, the very metre Vritta in which these verses are set is enough to kindle finer emotions in any intelligent reader. The chapter begins with the narration of an interesting incident. Once the Madhya Geha Dampatis, along with their four yearold charming son Vasudeva, started on a joyful journey to attend a wedding of the relative Verse 1.

A single Namaskara offered to Lord with perfection produces results greater than the results of many Aswa Medha Yagnas.

The following words of the wise are noteworthy: The chest, the head, the eyes, the feet, the hands, the knees should touch the ground. The performer of these yagnas nevertheless attains rebirth, but by a perfect prostration to Sri Krishna, he will not be reborn i. In the meantime, when the parents in the marriage house suddenly realized that their darling was missing, their anxiety rendered them almost lifeless.

The news spread in the entire village from mouth to mouth that the charming boy from Pajakashetra was missing. He felt as if he got yield to its possessor all the desires like the philosopher’s stone. In three verse the poet gives a very interesting narration of Vasudeva’s Akshara Abhyasa.

On an auspicious day, the enthusiastic father Madhya Geha initiated his son to the alphabet. The boy’s response was splendidly wonderful. It so happened that once Vasudeva had accompanied his mother to the said village to attend a marriage of their relative.

Sitting on the lap of his mother, young Vasudeva was attentively following the discourse verses 21, Instantaneously all the eyes turned on the tiny interrupter. They could neither ignore the boy nor allow the puranic to continue further, because the point raised was by no means an insignificant one. Someone in the audience insisted that Vasudeva himself should offer the appropriate meaning.

The gifted mother shed tears of joy. Complimenting his son for having given a correct import, Madhya Geha’s heart went to Lord Ananteshwara whose special blessings was the secret reason for his son shining in wisdom verses Mafhva did not spare even his own vijata who was a foremost scholar among the Puranics.


Once during a discourse, his father passed on without explaining the meaning of the word “Likucha” while he was describing the various kinds of trees. Boy Vasudeva, attentive that he was politely pointed out the omission but it fell on deaf ears. But Vasudeva quickly crushed him under his beautiful toe Verses Devatas like Sesha, Garuda, Indra, Agni etc He studied all the Vedas under this guru in company with other students. He excelled others in running race, long jump, high jomp, swimming etc He mistook that Vasudeva honestly told the venerable guru that it bored him to repeat a passage that was learnt already.

If you have learnt all that was taught, recite the passages so far taught” roared the angry guru, expecting that the boy would blink. It is said that this friend was no other than the son of his Guru Verse This supreme knowledge infused in the Guru an unlimited spirit of bhakthi leading to the eternal Bliss – Moksha. Secondly, they are intended to draw the devotees nearer to the Acharya. More than once, the poet emphasizes the importance of constantly remembering the Supreme Lord even during our household activities.

He knew his mission. Without apprising his father of his resolution lest he should meet with stout opposition before his plans were matured, Vasudeva set out in search of a Guru who could initiate him into Sanyasa. This Guru was certainly a learned man who had faithfully studied Advaita under his guru who in turn, belonged to the line of Advaita.

It was in this circumstance that Vasudeva bent his steps to Achyutha Preksha in his camp at Udupi. Vasudeva was at once accepted as a secular novice to undergo a term of probation preliminary to enrolment in the sacred order.

Achyuta Preksha had a sort of pre-sentiment that God would confer a boon upon him in the shape of an eminent disciple. Madhv this effect, it is said, there had been an inspired pronouncement through the lips of a worshipper in the temple at Udupi. On discovering the lad’s intentions, the poor father was almost heartbroken. He was not prepared to lose his gem of a son. He felt such a tightening at the heart that he lost balance of mind. This was an unfortunate illusioned move.

Vasudeva retorted him saying natirna shushrUShujanAya shasyate nataM bhavad. He tried to endure for a time, but this was impossible. In the meantime, the Guru had left Udupi, touring in the south. Vasudeva was with him in the circuit camp. Vasudeva begged of his father not to stand in ,adhva way of a meritorious action.

Vasudeva was evidently moved. He promised that he would not enter vijayx Sacred Order until a younger brother was born. Not seeing any other way out of the difficulty, he told his son that if his Vasudeva’s mother agreed, he might please himself.

Madhyageha watched the progress of events when he learned that his wife would in due course present him with further issue.

At last, a son was born Verse 26 who was to become the famous Vishnu Theertha. Vimaya hearing of this, Vasudeva paid a flying visit to his village Pajakashetra to speak to his mother. This proved a home thrust. The maternal love reconciled itself to the situation, arguing that it was better to have her son before his eyes, Vijyaa as he vihaya be, than to lose him out of sight for ever.

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