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vadiraj
I would like introduce totally a new Topic

I invite the mebers to kindly upload Kannada Discourses on Philosophical Subjects.

Presently I am uploading one such clip for interested listeners.

Title : Geetamrutha

Artist: Prof K.T.Pandurangi

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 15:42

My Rating of the Clip : 7/10

Click to view attachment

I will be uploading few such clips by eminient scholars on Madhva Philosophy shortly.

Thanking You

Vadiraj
vadiraj
Dear all,

Before I start uploading clips on Spiritual Discourses relating to Madhva Philosophy
as sugested by me in my previous message, I feel there may be listners who have
heard about Shriman Madhvacharya but do not have adequate information about him.

Hence I feel, I should first let listners to know about Shriman Madhvacharya.
Accordingly today I am uploading a discourse on Shriman Madhvacharya.

Title : ShreeMadhva Charite

Artist: His holiness Shree Suvidyendra Teertharu

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 21:37

My Rating of the Clip : 8/10

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Vadiraj
vadiraj
Dear Friends,

Today is the day of Shree Shreepadarajar Aradhane.

All religious functions including Shree Hari Pooja were chanted
with Sanskrit Mantras. the use of any other local lagngaue was
not considered.

Shreepadarajaru being pontif composed songs in Kannada and
introduced a system to recite Bhakti Geetas composed in Kannada
at the time of Pooja. It was a begining of growth of Dasa Sahitya in Kannada.

On the occasion of Shreepadaraja Aradhane, it would be most appropriate to load
a clips about Shree Shreepadarajaru. I am uploading one in the form of Discourse
& another one in the form of a Song on Shreepadarajaru.

Title: Shreepadarajaru

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 15.08

My Rating of the clip : 7/10

Click to view attachment

Song: Mahime Salade, Ishte Mahime Saladae

Singer: Raichuru Sheshagiri Dasaru

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 5.21

My Rating of the Song: 7/10

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Vadiraj

vadiraj
I am uploading following clips on Kannada Philosphical Discourses.

The discourse on Kapil Geethe.

Kail Geethe

Lord Vishnu born as Kapilnamaka Paramatma to Kardama Prajapathi & Devahoothi, explained
Sankhya Tatva to his mother. He explained the the necessisity of Gnyana & Bhakti to see God.

Uploading part-1 of 5 of Kapil Geethe Discourse by G.R.Achar.

Title : Kapil Geethe

Artist: G.R.Achar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 20:26

My Rating of the Clip : 7/10

Click to view attachment

Thanking You

Vadiraj
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vadiraj
Dear Friends,

I am uploading following clips on Kannada Philosphical Discourses.


The discourse on Kapil Geethe.


Kapil Geethe is part of ShreeMadBhagavatha explained in Thrateeya Skandha

Lord Vishnu born as Kapilanamaka Paramatma to Kardama Prajapathi & Devahoothi, explained
Sankhya Tatva to his mother. He explained the the necessisity of Gnyana & Bhakti to see God.

Uploading part-2 of 5 of Kapil Geethe Discourse by G.R.Achar.

Title : KapilGeethe-2

Artist: G.R.Achar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 20:26

My Rating of the Clip : 7/10

Click to view attachment

Thanking You

Vadiraj

vadiraj
I am uploading following clips on Kannada Philosphical Discourses.

The discourse on Kapil Geethe.

KAPIL GEETHE :

Kapil Geethe is part of ShreeMadBhagavatha explained in Thrateeya Skandha

Lord Vishnu born as Kapilnamaka Paramatma to Kardama Prajapathi & Devahoothi, explained
Sankhya Tatva to his mother. He explained the the necessisity of Gnyana & Bhakti to see God.

Uploading part-3 of 5 of Kapil Geethe Discourse by G.R.Achar.

Title : KapilGeethe-3

Artist: G.R.Achar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 20:26

My Rating of the Clip : 8/10

Click to view attachment

Thanking You

Vadiraj

vadiraj
I am uploading following clips on Kannada Philosphical Discourses.

The discourse on Kapil Geethe.

Kapil Geethe :

Kapil Geethe is part of ShreeMadBhagavatha explained in Thrateeya Skandha

Lord Vishnu born as Kapilnamaka Paramatma to Kardama Prajapathi & Devahoothi, explained
Sankhya Tatva to his mother. He explained the the necessisity of Gnyana & Bhakti to see God.

Uploading part-4 of 5 of Kapil Geethe Discourse by G.R.Achar.

Title : KapilGeethe-4

Artist: G.R.Achar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 20:26

My Rating of the Clip : 8/10

Click to view attachment

Thanking You

Vadiraj

vadiraj
I am uploading following clips on Kannada Philosphical Discourses.

The discourse on Kapil Geethe.

Kapil Geethe :

Kapil Geethe is part of ShreeMadBhagavatha explained in Thrateeya Skandha

Lord Vishnu born as Kapilnamaka Paramatma to Kardama Prajapathi & Devahoothi, explained
Sankhya Tatva to his mother. He explained the the necessisity of Gnyana & Bhakti to see God.

Uploading part-5 of 5 of Kapil Geethe Discourse by G.R.Achar.

Title : KapilGeethe-5

Artist: G.R.Achar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 20:26

My Rating of the Clip : 8/10

Click to view attachment

Thanking You

Vadiraj

vadiraj
Dear Friends

In continuation of my previous clip on Life & Teachings of Madhvacharya, I am uploading
few more clips on Shriman Madhvacharya.

Title : Madhvacharya 1-1

Artist: Pallakki Raghavendarachar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 17:22

My Rating of the Clip : 6/10

Click to view attachment

Vadiraj

vadiraj
Dear Friends

In continuation of my previous clip on Life & Teachings of Madhvacharya, I am uploading
few more clips on Shriman Madhvacharya.

Title : Madhvacharya 1-2

Artist: Pallakki Raghavendarachar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 17:22

My Rating of the Clip : 6/10

Click to view attachment

Vadiraj

vadiraj
Dear Friends

In continuation of my previous clip on Life & Teachings of Madhvacharya, I am uploading
few more clips on Shriman Madhvacharya.

Title : Madhvacharya 2-1

Artist: Pallakki Raghavendarachar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 16:14

My Rating of the Clip : 6/10

Click to view attachment

Vadiraj

vadiraj
Dear Friends

In continuation of my previous clip on Life & Teachings of Madhvacharya, I am uploading
few more clips on Shriman Madhvacharya.

Title : Madhvacharya 2-2

Artist: Pallakki Raghavendarachar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 16:14

My Rating of the Clip : 6/10

Click to view attachment

Vadiraj

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Vadiraj....
So nice of you for uploading these Philosophical Gems... Will download them one by one soon..

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vadiraj
Dear Friends

In continuation of my previous clip on Life & Teachings of Madhvacharya, I am uploading
few more clips on Shriman Madhvacharya.

Title : Madhvacharya 3-1

Artist: Pallakki Raghavendarachar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 17:37

My Rating of the Clip : 6/10

Click to view attachment

Vadiraj
vadiraj
Dear Friends

In continuation of my previous clip on Life & Teachings of Madhvacharya, I am uploading
few more clips on Shriman Madhvacharya.

Title : Madhvacharya 3-2

Artist: Pallakki Raghavendarachar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 17:37

My Rating of the Clip : 6/10

Click to view attachment

Vadiraj

vadiraj
Dear Friends

In continuation of my previous clip on Life & Teachings of Madhvacharya, Presently
I am uploading one more clips on Shriman Madhvacharya.

Title : Madhvacharya 3-3

Artist: Pallakki Raghavendarachar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 17:37

My Rating of the Clip : 6/10

Click to view attachment

Vadiraj

vadiraj
Dear Friends

In continuation of my previous clips on Kannada Spiritual Discourses,
I am uploading one of two clips on Navaratri Mahatme by Shree Pallakki Raghavendrachar.

Title : Navaratri Mahatme-1

Artist: Pallakki Raghavendarachar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 16:58

My Rating of the Clip : 6/10

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Vadiraj
vadiraj
Dear Friends

In continuation of my previous clips on Kannada Spiritual Discourses,
I am uploading two of two clips on Navaratri Mahatme by Shree Pallakki Raghavendrachar.

Title : Navaratri Mahatme-2

Artist: Pallakki Raghavendarachar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 16:58

My Rating of the Clip : 6/10

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Vadiraj

vadiraj
Dear Friends

In continuation of my previous clips on Kannada Spiritual Discourses,
I am uploading two of two clips on Yadavaryaru by Shree Pallakki Raghavendrachar.

Sri Yadavaryaru was a famous commentator-par-excellence of Dvaita Philosophy,
well known for his commentary on Srimad Bhagavatam and Sriman Nyaya Sudha.

Due to the efforts of Shri Vedesha Teertha, a great saint who renounced the position of Mathadhipati and proudly announced -

अनुजोदयमाशासे नाशासे रामपूजनम्

"Instead of worshipping Lord Rama as the Mathadhipati, I would prefer educating my brother to elevate him to the status of a great scholar and an exponent of the religion. This, according to me, is real worship of the Lord", a great star was born in the glowing skies of Dvaita Vedanta. He was none other than Shri Yadavarya, who wrote celebrated treatises on Shriman Nyayasudha, Shrimad Bhagavata, Yamaka Bharata, Tattva Sankhyana etc.

Inspite of his late entry into Dvaita learning, he mastered the Scriptures within no time by the grace of his guru Shri Vedesha Tirtharu and became a profound scholar in Dvaita Vedanta. His high stature can be understood by the fact that none other than Mantralaya Sri Raghavendra Swamiji has greatly regarded him for his lucid commentaries.

He lead a simple life filled with devotion to Lord which stands as a source of great inspiration to all knowledge seekers. Srimad Bhagavata was his life blood. It is said that Bhagavata Verses were heard from his mortal remains after his departure from this world. He devoted his entire life to fulfill the wishes of his guru Vedesha Tirtha.

Yadavarya was a great Sadhaka whose life was full of miracles suggesting how pleased the Almighty was with this great soul. Let us all bow to the feet of this great guru to inspire us in following his footsteps.

Shloka on Yadavaryara

Agrato nArasimhascha, PruShThato gopInandanaH .
UbhayoH pArshvayorAstAM sasharau rAmalaxmaNau.


Title : Shree Yadavaryaru-1

Artist: Pallakki Raghavendarachar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 21.05

My Rating of the Clip : 8/10

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Vadiraj

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Dear Friends

In continuation of my previous clips on Kannada Spiritual Discourses,
I am uploading two of two clips on Yadavaryaru by Shree Pallakki Raghavendrachar.

Long back I came across an interesting article in One English Daily(Perhaps Times Of India) titled

"The Power Of Devotion"

It is indeed about one of the episode's and turning point in Shri Yadavaryaru's life.
Shri. Yadavaryaru was the direct disciple of Shree Vedeshathirthara, who in turn was
the pet disciple of Shree Raghottama Theertharu. He is famous for his commentaries
on the Sudha Grantha, as well as Bhagavatha Sarodhaara.

The story goes as follows:-

A man and his wife lived a simple, pious life. They were so poor that they had barely enough food or
clothing. The man made both ends meet by begging and whatever he got the couple offered to God
before consuming it themselves.

One morning, while reading the Bhagavad Gita, the man came across verse 9.22 where Lord Krishna says: "To those who always worship Me with exclusive devotion,constantly absorbed in thoughts of Me
- to them I carry what they lack, and I preserve what they already have".

Perplexed, he thought: "I am a singularly staunch devotee of the Lord and I have Him in my thoughts
constantly. Yet He keeps us in abject poverty, giving us nothing. Moreover, why should He who is the
creator and master of all the universes, personally carry a devotee's necessities? I am sure the Lord
could not have said these words; someone has interpreted them incorrectly". So thinking, he struck off
the words 'vahaamy aham' (I carry) with red ink. He now felt relieved.

As the husband set off to seek alms, his wife called out: "There is not a morsel to eat in the house.
Get something and come home quickly".

A while later the wife heard someone at the door. At the threshold stood a dark, handsome lad of some
twelve years with a huge basket on his head. She could not take her eyes off the young boy,
so strikingly attractive was he.

"Here, help me put down the basket, Maiya . Your husband has sent these for you", he said.

She lent a hand and as he bent down to put the basket on the floor, she noticed three ugly red gashes
on his back, raw and bleeding, as if someone had just struck him with a whip.

"Oh my God! What wretched man did this to you?" she burst out.

" Maiya , it was your husband who whipped me because he doubted my willingness to deliver this
basket to you".

"Wait here", she said, "I will clean up your wounds".

But when she came back the boy was gone. Soon the husband returned and was surprised to see
his wife busy in the kitchen.

"What are you cooking?" he asked,

"You had said that you did not have anything to eat in
the house".

"Why, you sent that huge basket full of fresh vegetables, fruits and grains, lentils and
condiments enough to last us six months. But why did you beat the handsome young boy
and inflicted three ugly red lash-wounds on his tender back?"

"I did not get any alms today, dear wife, so how could I have sent any foodstuffs to you?
I never saw the young lad you speak of, so how could I have beaten him?"

Thoroughly bewildered by what his wife had said, the husband went into deep thought. He rushed to
the Gita he had been reading that morning and opened it to verse 9.22.

His heart missed a beat as his eyes focused on the verse. Gone were the three red lines
that he had drawn across the words vahaamy aham . He was dumbfounded. Slowly, tears flowing
down his cheeks, he prostrated himself before the deity,

"Hey Jagannatha! Forgive me.The wretch that I am; how could I have ever
doubted Your words".

Then he turned to his wife:
"It was He! How blessed you are to have had darshan of Shree Hari Himself".

Shri Yadavaryaru also composed a very famous shloka called "Prarthana Panchaka Stotra"
which is a very important stotra for daily recitation. It is small in only 5 verses yet has very
profound meaning and intense prayer to Paramatma.

Title : Shree Yadavaryaru-2

Artist: Pallakki Raghavendarachar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 21.05

My Rating of the Clip : 8/10

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Vadiraj

vadiraj
Dear Friends

In continuation of my previous clip on Life & Teachings of Madhvacharya, I am uploading
few more clips on Shriman Madhvacharya.

Title : Madhvacharya 1-3

Artist: Pallakki Raghavendarachar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 17:22

My Rating of the Clip : 6/10

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Vadiraj

vadiraj
I am uploading following clips on Kannada Philosphical Discourses.

The discourse on Narayana Varma

Narayana Varma : This famous stotra is also known as Narayana Kavacha and is especially advised to overcome fear, gain courage and protection. It is also a powerful protection against evils.

Uploading Narayana Varma Discourse by G.R.Achar. There are totally 11 clips on the Topic.

NarayanaVarma1-1 to 1-5 & NarayanaVarma2-1 to 2-6 each clip plays less than half an hour.

Title : NarayanaVarma1-1

Artist: G.R.Achar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 19.10

My Rating of the Clip : 8/10

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Thanking You

Vadiraj

vadiraj
Dear Friends

I am uploading following clips on Kannada Philosphical Discourses.

The discourse on Narayana Varma

Narayana Varma : This famous stotra is also known as Narayana Kavacha and is especially advised to overcome fear, gain courage and protection. It is also a powerful protection against evils.

Uploading Narayana Varma Discourse by G.R.Achar. There are totally 11 clips on the Topic.

NarayanaVarma1-1 to 1-5 & NarayanaVarma2-1 to 2-6 each clip plays less than half an hour.

Title : NarayanaVarma1-2

Artist: G.R.Achar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 19.10

My Rating of the Clip : 8/10

Click to view attachment

Thanking You

Vadiraj

vadiraj
Dear Friends

I am uploading following clips on Kannada Philosphical Discourses.

The discourse on Narayana Varma

Narayana Varma : This famous stotra is also known as Narayana Kavacha and is especially advised to overcome fear, gain courage and protection. It is also a powerful protection against evils.

Uploading Narayana Varma Discourse by G.R.Achar. There are totally 11 clips on the Topic.

NarayanaVarma1-1 to 1-5 & NarayanaVarma2-1 to 2-6 each clip plays less than half an hour.

Title : NarayanaVarma1-3

Artist: G.R.Achar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 19.10

My Rating of the Clip : 8/10

Click to view attachment

Thanking You

Vadiraj
vadiraj
Dear Friends

I am uploading following clips on Kannada Philosphical Discourses.

The discourse on Narayana Varma

Narayana Varma : This famous stotra is also known as Narayana Kavacha and is especially advised to overcome fear, gain courage and protection. It is also a powerful protection against evils.

Uploading Narayana Varma Discourse by G.R.Achar. There are totally 11 clips on the Topic.

NarayanaVarma1-1 to 1-5 & NarayanaVarma2-1 to 2-6 each clip plays less than half an hour.

Title : NarayanaVarma1-4

Artist: G.R.Achar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 19.10

My Rating of the Clip : 8/10

Click to view attachment

Thanking You

Vadiraj

vadiraj
Dear Friends

I am uploading following clips on Kannada Philosphical Discourses.

The discourse on Narayana Varma

Narayana Varma : This famous stotra is also known as Narayana Kavacha and is especially advised to overcome fear, gain courage and protection. It is also a powerful protection against evils.

Uploading Narayana Varma Discourse by G.R.Achar. There are totally 11 clips on the Topic.

NarayanaVarma1-1 to 1-5 & NarayanaVarma2-1 to 2-6 each clip plays less than half an hour.

Title : NarayanaVarma1-5

Artist: G.R.Achar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 19.10

My Rating of the Clip : 8/10

Click to view attachment

Thanking You

Vadiraj

vadiraj
Dear Friends

I am uploading following clips on Kannada Philosphical Discourses.

The discourse on Narayana Varma

Narayana Varma : This famous stotra is also known as Narayana Kavacha and is especially advised to overcome fear, gain courage and protection. It is also a powerful protection against evils.

Uploading Narayana Varma Discourse by G.R.Achar. There are totally 11 clips on the Topic.

NarayanaVarma1-1 to 1-5 & NarayanaVarma2-1 to 2-6 each clip plays less than half an hour.

Title : NarayanaVarma2-1

Artist: G.R.Achar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 21.39

My Rating of the Clip : 8/10

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Thanking You

Vadiraj

vadiraj
Dear Friends

I am uploading following clips on Kannada Philosphical Discourses.

The discourse on Narayana Varma

Narayana Varma : This famous stotra is also known as Narayana Kavacha and is especially advised to overcome fear, gain courage and protection. It is also a powerful protection against evils.

Uploading Narayana Varma Discourse by G.R.Achar. There are totally 11 clips on the Topic.

NarayanaVarma1-1 to 1-5 & NarayanaVarma2-1 to 2-6 each clip plays less than half an hour.

Title : NarayanaVarma2-2

Artist: G.R.Achar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 21.39

My Rating of the Clip : 8/10

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Thanking You

Vadiraj

vadiraj
Dear Friends

I am uploading following clips on Kannada Philosphical Discourses.

The discourse on Narayana Varma

Narayana Varma : This famous stotra is also known as Narayana Kavacha and is especially advised to overcome fear, gain courage and protection. It is also a powerful protection against evils.

Uploading Narayana Varma Discourse by G.R.Achar. There are totally 11 clips on the Topic.

NarayanaVarma1-1 to 1-5 & NarayanaVarma2-1 to 2-6 each clip plays less than half an hour.

Title : NarayanaVarma2-3

Artist: G.R.Achar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 21.39

My Rating of the Clip : 8/10

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Thanking You

Vadiraj

vadiraj
Dear Friends

I am uploading following clips on Kannada Philosphical Discourses.

The discourse on Narayana Varma

Narayana Varma : This famous stotra is also known as Narayana Kavacha and is especially advised to overcome fear, gain courage and protection. It is also a powerful protection against evils.

Uploading Narayana Varma Discourse by G.R.Achar. There are totally 11 clips on the Topic.

NarayanaVarma1-1 to 1-5 & NarayanaVarma2-1 to 2-6 each clip plays less than half an hour.

Title : NarayanaVarma2-4

Artist: G.R.Achar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 21.39

My Rating of the Clip : 8/10

Click to view attachment

Thanking You


Vadiraj
vadiraj
Dear Friends

I am uploading following clips on Kannada Philosphical Discourses.

The discourse on Narayana Varma

Narayana Varma : This famous stotra is also known as Narayana Kavacha and is especially advised to overcome fear, gain courage and protection. It is also a powerful protection against evils.

Uploading Narayana Varma Discourse by G.R.Achar. There are totally 11 clips on the Topic.

NarayanaVarma1-1 to 1-5 & NarayanaVarma2-1 to 2-6 each clip plays less than half an hour.

Title : NarayanaVarma2-5

Artist: G.R.Achar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 21.39

My Rating of the Clip : 8/10

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Thanking You


Vadiraj

vadiraj
Dear Friends

I am uploading following clips on Kannada Philosphical Discourses.

The discourse on Narayana Varma

Narayana Varma : This famous stotra is also known as Narayana Kavacha and is especially advised to overcome fear, gain courage and protection. It is also a powerful protection against evils.

Uploading Narayana Varma Discourse by G.R.Achar. There are totally 11 clips on the Topic.

NarayanaVarma1-1 to 1-5 & NarayanaVarma2-1 to 2-6 each clip plays less than half an hour.

Title : NarayanaVarma2-6

Artist: G.R.Achar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 21.39

My Rating of the Clip : 8/10

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With this clip, the discourse on Narayana Varma by Shree G.R Achar Concludes.

Thanking You


Vadiraj

vadiraj
Dear Friends

I am uploading following clips on Kannada Philosphical Discourses.

The discourse on Sumadhvijay

Srimad Ananda Teertha, also known as Poornaprajna and Madhvacharya, is the propagator of the doctrine of Tattvavada. He is the last of the great Acharyas of Vedanta, and is also the 22nd commentator on the Brahma-Sûtra of Veda Vyasa.

His doctrine asserts that the differences are eternally real, and that hence there is more than one absolute real, and that Hari (Vishnu) is the only entity praised in the Shrutis and their adjuncts.

Srimad Ananda Teertha is commonly identified with Madhva, the third avataara of Mukhya PraaNa, the god of life, as given in the BaLittha Sukta of the Rig Veda. The first two avatara-s are as Hanuman and Bheemasena, and the third is Madhva, who came down to Earth as a sanyasi.

Srimad Ananda Teertha himself makes the claim to being Madhva in several instances, one of which is in the Vishnu-tattva-vinirnaya. It was recognized in his own time, and it has been documented, that he had all thirty-two shubha-lakshaNa-s that define a ruju-taattvika-yogi, including the prescribed height of ninety-six inches ("shaNNavati angulo.apetam") quoted in the Mahabharata-Tatparya-Nirnaya.

However, he is firmly set against the notion of accepting doctrines because they come from prophets or claimed gods. He also dismisses claims that only part of the Vedas are useful, and claims that even the so-called karma-kaNDa portions of them are only meant to worship Hari.

Sumadhvavijaya is a biographical account of Acharya Madhva composed by Sri Narayana Panditacharya, the son of Sri Trivikrama Panditacharya, who was a contemporary of Acharya Madhva. The generally accepted dates for Madhva are 1238-1317 CE (AD), while those for Narayana Panditacharya are 1295-1370 CE. It is very likely that the young Narayana was associated with many of the events covered in detailed descriptions of Acharya Madhva’s life.

I will be uploding discourses on Sumadhvijaya by Shree Brahmanaya Teerthachar. The discourse is in four patrs as under

1) Sumadhvijay-01-1 to Sumadhvijay-01-3

2) Sumadhvijay-02-1 to Sumadhvijay-02-3

3) Sumadhvijay-03-1 to Sumadhvijay-03-3

4) Sumadhvijay-04-1 to Sumadhvijay-04-4


I am Uploading now


Title : Sumadhvijay-01-1

Artist: Bramhanya Teerthachar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 21.29

My Rating of the Clip : 7/10


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vadiraj
Dear Friends

I am uploading following clips on Kannada Philosphical Discourses.

The discourse on Sumadhvijay

Srimad Ananda Teertha, also known as Poornaprajna and Madhvacharya, is the propagator of the doctrine of Tattvavada. He is the last of the great Acharyas of Vedanta, and is also the 22nd commentator on the Brahma-Sûtra of Veda Vyasa.

His doctrine asserts that the differences are eternally real, and that hence there is more than one absolute real, and that Hari (Vishnu) is the only entity praised in the Shrutis and their adjuncts.

Srimad Ananda Teertha is commonly identified with Madhva, the third avataara of Mukhya PraaNa, the god of life, as given in the BaLittha Sukta of the Rig Veda. The first two avatara-s are as Hanuman and Bheemasena, and the third is Madhva, who came down to Earth as a sanyasi.

Srimad Ananda Teertha himself makes the claim to being Madhva in several instances, one of which is in the Vishnu-tattva-vinirnaya. It was recognized in his own time, and it has been documented, that he had all thirty-two shubha-lakshaNa-s that define a ruju-taattvika-yogi, including the prescribed height of ninety-six inches ("shaNNavati angulo.apetam") quoted in the Mahabharata-Tatparya-Nirnaya.

However, he is firmly set against the notion of accepting doctrines because they come from prophets or claimed gods. He also dismisses claims that only part of the Vedas are useful, and claims that even the so-called karma-kaNDa portions of them are only meant to worship Hari.

Sumadhvavijaya is a biographical account of Acharya Madhva composed by Sri Narayana Panditacharya, the son of Sri Trivikrama Panditacharya, who was a contemporary of Acharya Madhva. The generally accepted dates for Madhva are 1238-1317 CE (AD), while those for Narayana Panditacharya are 1295-1370 CE. It is very likely that the young Narayana was associated with many of the events covered in detailed descriptions of Acharya Madhva’s life.

I will be uploding discourses on Sumadhvijaya by Shree Brahmanaya Teerthachar. The discourse is in four patrs as under

1) Sumadhvijay-01-1 to Sumadhvijay-01-3

2) Sumadhvijay-02-1 to Sumadhvijay-02-3

3) Sumadhvijay-03-1 to Sumadhvijay-03-3

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The discourse on Sumadhvijay

Srimad Ananda Teertha, also known as Poornaprajna and Madhvacharya, is the propagator of the doctrine of Tattvavada. He is the last of the great Acharyas of Vedanta, and is also the 22nd commentator on the Brahma-Sûtra of Veda Vyasa.

His doctrine asserts that the differences are eternally real, and that hence there is more than one absolute real, and that Hari (Vishnu) is the only entity praised in the Shrutis and their adjuncts.

Srimad Ananda Teertha is commonly identified with Madhva, the third avataara of Mukhya PraaNa, the god of life, as given in the BaLittha Sukta of the Rig Veda. The first two avatara-s are as Hanuman and Bheemasena, and the third is Madhva, who came down to Earth as a sanyasi.

Srimad Ananda Teertha himself makes the claim to being Madhva in several instances, one of which is in the Vishnu-tattva-vinirnaya. It was recognized in his own time, and it has been documented, that he had all thirty-two shubha-lakshaNa-s that define a ruju-taattvika-yogi, including the prescribed height of ninety-six inches ("shaNNavati angulo.apetam") quoted in the Mahabharata-Tatparya-Nirnaya.

However, he is firmly set against the notion of accepting doctrines because they come from prophets or claimed gods. He also dismisses claims that only part of the Vedas are useful, and claims that even the so-called karma-kaNDa portions of them are only meant to worship Hari.

Sumadhvavijaya is a biographical account of Acharya Madhva composed by Sri Narayana Panditacharya, the son of Sri Trivikrama Panditacharya, who was a contemporary of Acharya Madhva. The generally accepted dates for Madhva are 1238-1317 CE (AD), while those for Narayana Panditacharya are 1295-1370 CE. It is very likely that the young Narayana was associated with many of the events covered in detailed descriptions of Acharya Madhva’s life.

I will be uploding discourses on Sumadhvijaya by Shree Brahmanaya Teerthachar. The discourse is in four patrs as under

1) Sumadhvijay-01-1 to Sumadhvijay-01-3

2) Sumadhvijay-02-1 to Sumadhvijay-02-3

3) Sumadhvijay-03-1 to Sumadhvijay-03-3

4) Sumadhvijay-04-1 to Sumadhvijay-04-4


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The discourse on Sumadhvijay

Srimad Ananda Teertha, also known as Poornaprajna and Madhvacharya, is the propagator of the doctrine of Tattvavada. He is the last of the great Acharyas of Vedanta, and is also the 22nd commentator on the Brahma-Sûtra of Veda Vyasa.

Srimad Ananda Teertha is commonly identified with Madhva, the third avataara of Mukhya PraaNa, the god of life, as given in the BaLittha Sukta of the Rig Veda. The first two avatara-s are as Hanuman and Bheemasena, and the third is Madhva, who came down to Earth as a sanyasi.

Sumadhvavijaya is a biographical account of Acharya Madhva composed by Sri Narayana Panditacharya, the son of Sri Trivikrama Panditacharya, who was a contemporary of Acharya Madhva. The generally accepted dates for Madhva are 1238-1317 CE (AD), while those for Narayana Panditacharya are 1295-1370 It is very likely that the young Narayana was associated with many of the events covered in detailed descriptions of Acharya Madhva’s life.

I am uploding discourses on Sumadhvijaya by Shree Brahmanaya Teerthachar.

The discourse is in four patrs as under

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2) Sumadhvijay-02-1 to Sumadhvijay-02-3 (Under Progress)

3) Sumadhvijay-03-1 to Sumadhvijay-03-3

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The discourse on Sumadhvijay

Srimad Ananda Teertha, also known as Poornaprajna and Madhvacharya, is the propagator of the doctrine of Tattvavada. He is the last of the great Acharyas of Vedanta, and is also the 22nd commentator on the Brahma-Sûtra of Veda Vyasa.

Srimad Ananda Teertha is commonly identified with Madhva, the third avataara of Mukhya PraaNa, the god of life, as given in the BaLittha Sukta of the Rig Veda. The first two avatara-s are as Hanuman and Bheemasena, and the third is Madhva, who came down to Earth as a sanyasi.

Sumadhvavijaya is a biographical account of Acharya Madhva composed by Sri Narayana Panditacharya, the son of Sri Trivikrama Panditacharya, who was a contemporary of Acharya Madhva. The generally accepted dates for Madhva are 1238-1317 CE (AD), while those for Narayana Panditacharya are 1295-1370 It is very likely that the young Narayana was associated with many of the events covered in detailed descriptions of Acharya Madhva’s life.

I am uploding discourses on Sumadhvijaya by Shree Brahmanaya Teerthachar.

The discourse is in four patrs as under

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2) Sumadhvijay-02-1 to Sumadhvijay-02-3 (Under Progress)

3) Sumadhvijay-03-1 to Sumadhvijay-03-3

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The discourse on Sumadhvijay

Srimad Ananda Teertha, also known as Poornaprajna and Madhvacharya, is the propagator of the doctrine of Tattvavada. He is the last of the great Acharyas of Vedanta, and is also the 22nd commentator on the Brahma-Sûtra of Veda Vyasa.

Srimad Ananda Teertha is commonly identified with Madhva, the third avataara of Mukhya PraaNa, the god of life, as given in the BaLittha Sukta of the Rig Veda. The first two avatara-s are as Hanuman and Bheemasena, and the third is Madhva, who came down to Earth as a sanyasi.

Sumadhvavijaya is a biographical account of Acharya Madhva composed by Sri Narayana Panditacharya, the son of Sri Trivikrama Panditacharya, who was a contemporary of Acharya Madhva. The generally accepted dates for Madhva are 1238-1317 CE (AD), while those for Narayana Panditacharya are 1295-1370 It is very likely that the young Narayana was associated with many of the events covered in detailed descriptions of Acharya Madhva’s life.

I am uploding discourses on Sumadhvijaya by Shree Brahmanaya Teerthachar.

The discourse is in four patrs as under

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2) Sumadhvijay-02-1 to Sumadhvijay-02-3 (Under Progress)

3) Sumadhvijay-03-1 to Sumadhvijay-03-3

4) Sumadhvijay-04-1 to Sumadhvijay-04-4


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Artist: Bramhanya Teerthachar

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The discourse on Sumadhvijay

Srimad Ananda Teertha, also known as Poornaprajna and Madhvacharya, is the propagator of the doctrine of Tattvavada. He is the last of the great Acharyas of Vedanta, and is also the 22nd commentator on the Brahma-Sûtra of Veda Vyasa.

Srimad Ananda Teertha is commonly identified with Madhva, the third avataara of Mukhya PraaNa, the god of life, as given in the BaLittha Sukta of the Rig Veda. The first two avatara-s are as Hanuman and Bheemasena, and the third is Madhva, who came down to Earth as a sanyasi.

Sumadhvavijaya is a biographical account of Acharya Madhva composed by Sri Narayana Panditacharya, the son of Sri Trivikrama Panditacharya, who was a contemporary of Acharya Madhva. The generally accepted dates for Madhva are 1238-1317 CE (AD), while those for Narayana Panditacharya are 1295-1370 It is very likely that the young Narayana was associated with many of the events covered in detailed descriptions of Acharya Madhva’s life.

I am uploding discourses on Sumadhvijaya by Shree Brahmanaya Teerthachar.

The discourse is in four patrs as under

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3) Sumadhvijay-03-1 to Sumadhvijay-03-3 (Under Progress)

4) Sumadhvijay-04-1 to Sumadhvijay-04-4


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Artist: Bramhanya Teerthachar

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The discourse on Sumadhvijay

Srimad Ananda Teertha, also known as Poornaprajna and Madhvacharya, is the propagator of the doctrine of Tattvavada. He is the last of the great Acharyas of Vedanta, and is also the 22nd commentator on the Brahma-Sûtra of Veda Vyasa.

Srimad Ananda Teertha is commonly identified with Madhva, the third avataara of Mukhya PraaNa, the god of life, as given in the BaLittha Sukta of the Rig Veda. The first two avatara-s are as Hanuman and Bheemasena, and the third is Madhva, who came down to Earth as a sanyasi.

Sumadhvavijaya is a biographical account of Acharya Madhva composed by Sri Narayana Panditacharya, the son of Sri Trivikrama Panditacharya, who was a contemporary of Acharya Madhva. The generally accepted dates for Madhva are 1238-1317 CE (AD), while those for Narayana Panditacharya are 1295-1370 It is very likely that the young Narayana was associated with many of the events covered in detailed descriptions of Acharya Madhva’s life.

I am uploding discourses on Sumadhvijaya by Shree Brahmanaya Teerthachar.

The discourse is in four patrs as under

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3) Sumadhvijay-03-1 to Sumadhvijay-03-3 (Under Progress)

4) Sumadhvijay-04-1 to Sumadhvijay-04-4


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The discourse on Sumadhvijay

Srimad Ananda Teertha, also known as Poornaprajna and Madhvacharya, is the propagator of the doctrine of Tattvavada. He is the last of the great Acharyas of Vedanta, and is also the 22nd commentator on the Brahma-Sûtra of Veda Vyasa.

Srimad Ananda Teertha is commonly identified with Madhva, the third avataara of Mukhya PraaNa, the god of life, as given in the BaLittha Sukta of the Rig Veda. The first two avatara-s are as Hanuman and Bheemasena, and the third is Madhva, who came down to Earth as a sanyasi.

Sumadhvavijaya is a biographical account of Acharya Madhva composed by Sri Narayana Panditacharya, the son of Sri Trivikrama Panditacharya, who was a contemporary of Acharya Madhva. The generally accepted dates for Madhva are 1238-1317 CE (AD), while those for Narayana Panditacharya are 1295-1370 It is very likely that the young Narayana was associated with many of the events covered in detailed descriptions of Acharya Madhva’s life.

I am uploding discourses on Sumadhvijaya by Shree Brahmanaya Teerthachar.

The discourse is in four patrs as under

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3) Sumadhvijay-03-1 to Sumadhvijay-03-3 (Under Progress)

4) Sumadhvijay-04-1 to Sumadhvijay-04-4


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The discourse on Sumadhvijay

Srimad Ananda Teertha, also known as Poornaprajna and Madhvacharya, is the propagator of the doctrine of Tattvavada. He is the last of the great Acharyas of Vedanta, and is also the 22nd commentator on the Brahma-Sûtra of Veda Vyasa.

Srimad Ananda Teertha is commonly identified with Madhva, the third avataara of Mukhya PraaNa, the god of life, as given in the BaLittha Sukta of the Rig Veda. The first two avatara-s are as Hanuman and Bheemasena, and the third is Madhva, who came down to Earth as a sanyasi.

Sumadhvavijaya is a biographical account of Acharya Madhva composed by Sri Narayana Panditacharya, the son of Sri Trivikrama Panditacharya, who was a contemporary of Acharya Madhva. The generally accepted dates for Madhva are 1238-1317 CE (AD), while those for Narayana Panditacharya are 1295-1370 It is very likely that the young Narayana was associated with many of the events covered in detailed descriptions of Acharya Madhva’s life.

I am uploding discourses on Sumadhvijaya by Shree Brahmanaya Teerthachar.

The discourse is in four patrs as under

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The discourse on Sumadhvijay

Srimad Ananda Teertha, also known as Poornaprajna and Madhvacharya, is the propagator of the doctrine of Tattvavada. He is the last of the great Acharyas of Vedanta, and is also the 22nd commentator on the Brahma-Sûtra of Veda Vyasa.

Srimad Ananda Teertha is commonly identified with Madhva, the third avataara of Mukhya PraaNa, the god of life, as given in the BaLittha Sukta of the Rig Veda. The first two avatara-s are as Hanuman and Bheemasena, and the third is Madhva, who came down to Earth as a sanyasi.

Sumadhvavijaya is a biographical account of Acharya Madhva composed by Sri Narayana Panditacharya, the son of Sri Trivikrama Panditacharya, who was a contemporary of Acharya Madhva. The generally accepted dates for Madhva are 1238-1317 CE (AD), while those for Narayana Panditacharya are 1295-1370 It is very likely that the young Narayana was associated with many of the events covered in detailed descriptions of Acharya Madhva’s life.

I am uploding discourses on Sumadhvijaya by Shree Brahmanaya Teerthachar.

The discourse is in four patrs as under

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The discourse on Sumadhvijay

Srimad Ananda Teertha, also known as Poornaprajna and Madhvacharya, is the propagator of the doctrine of Tattvavada. He is the last of the great Acharyas of Vedanta, and is also the 22nd commentator on the Brahma-Sûtra of Veda Vyasa.

Srimad Ananda Teertha is commonly identified with Madhva, the third avataara of Mukhya PraaNa, the god of life, as given in the BaLittha Sukta of the Rig Veda. The first two avatara-s are as Hanuman and Bheemasena, and the third is Madhva, who came down to Earth as a sanyasi.

Sumadhvavijaya is a biographical account of Acharya Madhva composed by Sri Narayana Panditacharya, the son of Sri Trivikrama Panditacharya, who was a contemporary of Acharya Madhva. The generally accepted dates for Madhva are 1238-1317 CE (AD), while those for Narayana Panditacharya are 1295-1370 It is very likely that the young Narayana was associated with many of the events covered in detailed descriptions of Acharya Madhva’s life.

I am uploding discourses on Sumadhvijaya by Shree Brahmanaya Teerthachar.

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The discourse on Sumadhvijay

Srimad Ananda Teertha, also known as Poornaprajna and Madhvacharya, is the propagator of the doctrine of Tattvavada. He is the last of the great Acharyas of Vedanta, and is also the 22nd commentator on the Brahma-Sûtra of Veda Vyasa.

Srimad Ananda Teertha is commonly identified with Madhva, the third avataara of Mukhya PraaNa, the god of life, as given in the BaLittha Sukta of the Rig Veda. The first two avatara-s are as Hanuman and Bheemasena, and the third is Madhva, who came down to Earth as a sanyasi.

Sumadhvavijaya is a biographical account of Acharya Madhva composed by Sri Narayana Panditacharya, the son of Sri Trivikrama Panditacharya, who was a contemporary of Acharya Madhva. The generally accepted dates for Madhva are 1238-1317 CE (AD), while those for Narayana Panditacharya are 1295-1370 It is very likely that the young Narayana was associated with many of the events covered in detailed descriptions of Acharya Madhva’s life.

I am uploding discourses on Sumadhvijaya by Shree Brahmanaya Teerthachar.

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The discourse is on Shree Bramhanya Teerthatru of Abbur Math under Madhva Parampare.

He was the third descendant from Sripad Rajendra Tirtha in the line senior of disciples coming from Sripad Vidyadhiraja Tirtha. I could find very little on his life, save and except where it says that it was due to the blessings of Brahmanya Tirtha that the parents of Vyasa Tirtha, (Brahmanya Tirtha's disciples), owed the birth of their children notably Sripad Vyasa Tirtha(B.N.K. Sharma. 1961. History of the Dvaita School of Vedanta. page 460.).

Once when Brahmanya Thirtharu was on tour in Bannur, Raamacharya, an aged brahmin died
on his way to Gangasnaana. Ramacharya’s wife wanted wanted to do “Sahagamana” with her husband
and came to Swamiji for seeking Brahmanya Theertha Seer’s permission for doing so.

But Brahmanya Theertharu, even before her seeking permission told her “Dheerga sumangalee bhava”. Seeing this all pandits were surprised. Then they appraised him of the situation.
But Swamiji told “It is told by Gopalakrishna Devaru, and he will survive and he will be shataayushi and
would have two children”. Saying this, Swamiji gave her “mantrodaka”.

As soon as she came near the dead body of her husband she did the “prokshana” of Mantrodaka given
by the seer and Ramachar got up as if he is getting up from sleep. Afterwards, Sri Vyasarajaru was born to the aged parents and he was handed over to the Mutt.

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The discourse is on Shree Bramhanya Teerthatru of Abbur Math under Madhva Parampare.

He was the third descendant from Sripad Rajendra Tirtha in the line senior of disciples coming from Sripad Vidyadhiraja Tirtha. I could find very little on his life, save and except where it says that it was due to the blessings of Brahmanya Tirtha that the parents of Vyasa Tirtha, (Brahmanya Tirtha's disciples), owed the birth of their children notably Sripad Vyasa Tirtha(B.N.K. Sharma. 1961. History of the Dvaita School of Vedanta. page 460.).

Once when Brahmanya Thirtharu was on tour in Bannur, Raamacharya, an aged brahmin died
on his way to Gangasnaana. Ramacharya’s wife wanted wanted to do “Sahagamana” with her husband
and came to Swamiji for seeking Brahmanya Theertha Seer’s permission for doing so.

But Brahmanya Theertharu, even before her seeking permission told her “Dheerga sumangalee bhava”. Seeing this all pandits were surprised. Then they appraised him of the situation.
But Swamiji told “It is told by Gopalakrishna Devaru, and he will survive and he will be shataayushi and
would have two children”. Saying this, Swamiji gave her “mantrodaka”.

As soon as she came near the dead body of her husband she did the “prokshana” of Mantrodaka given
by the seer and Ramachar got up as if he is getting up from sleep. Afterwards, Sri Vyasarajaru was born to the aged parents and he was handed over to the Mutt.

The discourse is in three patrs as under

1) BrahmanyaTheertharu-chinthane-1

2) BrahmanyaTheertharu-chinthane-2

3) BrahmanyaTheertharu-chinthane-3

I am uploading now

1) BrahmanyaTheertharu-chinthane-2

Title : BrahmanyaTheertharu-chinthane-2

Artist: Vijayeendrachar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 15:18

My Rating of the Clip : 7/10

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Thanking You


Vadiraj

vadiraj
Dear Friends

I am uploading following clips on Kannada Philosphical Discourses.

The discourse is on Shree Bramhanya Teerthatru of Abbur Math under Madhva Parampare.

He was the third descendant from Sripad Rajendra Tirtha in the line senior of disciples coming from
Sripad Vidyadhiraja Tirtha. I could find very little on his life, save and except where it says that it was
due to the blessings of Brahmanya Tirtha that the parents of Vyasa Tirtha, (Brahmanya Tirtha's disciples), owed the birth of their children notably Sripad Vyasa Tirtha(B.N.K. Sharma. 1961. History of the Dvaita School of Vedanta. page 460.).

Once when Brahmanya Thirtharu was on tour in Bannur, Raamacharya, an aged brahmin died
on his way to Gangasnaana. Ramacharya’s wife wanted wanted to do “Sahagamana” with her
husband and came to Swamiji for seeking Brahmanya Theertha Seer’s permission for doing so.

But Brahmanya Theertharu, even before her seeking permission told her

“Dheerga sumangalee bhava”.

Seeing this all pandits were surprised. Then they appraised him of the situation.
But Swamiji told “It is told by Gopalakrishna Devaru, and he will survive and he
will be shataayushi and would have two children”. Saying this, Swamiji gave
her “mantrodaka”.

As soon as she came near the dead body of her husband she did the “prokshana” of Mantrodaka
given by the seer and Ramachar got up as if he is getting up from sleep. Afterwards,
Sri Vyasarajaru was born to the aged parents and he was handed over to the Mutt.

The discourse is in three patrs as under

1) BrahmanyaTheertharu-chinthane-1

2) BrahmanyaTheertharu-chinthane-2

3) BrahmanyaTheertharu-chinthane-3

I am uploading now

3) BrahmanyaTheertharu-chinthane-3

Title : BrahmanyaTheertharu-chinthane-3

Artist: Vijayeendrachar

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 15:18

My Rating of the Clip : 7/10

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With this the discourse on Bramhanya Teertharu concludes.

Thanking You


Vadiraj

vadiraj
Dear Friends

Vaikuntha is the abode of Lord Sriman Narayana who is supreme, as the greatest God of gods, Hari Sarvottam. Shree Vayu Deva is a great devotee of Lord Sriman Narayana and he is Vayu Jeevottam.

This true Knowledge is Vaishnu Bhakti is propagated by Sriman Madhwacharya 13th century (Devotion of Lord Vishnu or Sriman Narayana). Sriman Madhwacharya is the incarnation of Sri Vayudeva himself a great devotee of Lord Sriman Narayana and his disciples spread his doctrine far and wide in this sacred land of Bharath. Vayu Jeevottam.


Every human being desires happiness in this world and desires Moksha in the upper world too , a place of permanent happiness from where no-body would like to return. This is the abode of Lord Sriman Narayana who is supreme, as the greatest God of gods, Hari Sarvottam. Shree Vayu Deva a great devotee of Lord Sriman Narayana and he is Vayu Jeevottam.


Lord Sriman Narayana is the sole Moksha Data (giver of beatitude) and Lord Vayu Deva also functions as Moksha -Data with the permission of Lord Sriman Narayana. Raghavendra Theertha is an ardent devotee of Sri Vayu-Deva and his indwelling Lord Sri Ramachandra who is no other than Sriman Narayana Himself.

Shree Raghavendra Theertha has access to this Moksha Data and is instrumental in getting the Grace of Vayu Deva and Lord Sri Hari to the devotees who approach him. Sri Raghavendra Theertha is one such great devotee of Lord Sri Hari and Sriman Madhwacharya who established the Dualistic theory of Dwaitha Siddhanta.


On the auspicious occasion of 338th Aradhana Mahotsava of Sri Raghavendra Gurusarvabhoumaru from 05.08.2009 to 11.08.2009, I am uploading discourse on Poojya Shree Raghavendra Teertharu a geat Saint under Madhva Parampare who entered Brandavana(Samadhi) live & assured to be very much there for 700 years after he entering Brandavan. Thus He will be very much there in Holy Moola(Original) Brandavan at Mantralayam(Andhra) for another 362 years & bless all Devotees.

Sri Raghavendra Theertha an incarnation of a celestial and though he is not visible to us now (He was visible to Sir Thomas Monroe, the then Collector of Bellary and Anantapur recorded in Gazette, Still He is very much present in the Brindavan alive at Mantralayam showing all his mystic powers and blessings all those who come to him for solace and comfort in this strife torn life. The saint has assured his presence for many more years to come, not only at Mantralayam, but all places where Brindavan is established containing "Mrithika" (scared soil) taken out from the original Brindavan at Mantralayam.


Raghavendra Theertha was a prolific writer. His lucid explanation in chaste Sanskrit the most difficult abstract axioms in meta-physics, makes one master philosophy in general and Dwaitha doctrine in particular. Learned scholars (Pundits) owe a debt of gratitude to the sage who is verily the walking encyclopedia then and now.


Mantralayam draws huge crowds all through the year, and the glory of 108 Shree Raghavendra Theertha, the saint at Mantralayam is a perennial source of hope for all the forlorn, believer’s and disbelievers. "Raghavendra" is a household name is South India especially and the masses cherish his name as Savior, Savant and benefactor, yesterday, to day and tomorrow.



I am uploading following clips on Kannada Philosphical Discourses.

This discourse is on Shree Raghavendra Teerthatru of Mantralayam under Madhva Parampare.

The discourse is in Seven patrs as under.

1) Shree Raghavendra-01 Part 1 of 2

2) Shree Raghavendra-01 Part 2 of 2

3) Shree Raghavendra-02 Part 1 of 1

4) Shree Raghavendra-03 Part 1 of 2

5) Shree Raghavendra-03 Part 1 of 2

6) Shree Raghavendra-04 Part 1 of 2

7) Shree Raghavendra-04 Part 1 of 2


I am uploading now

1) Shree Raghavendra-01 Part 1 of 2

Title : 1) Shree Raghavendra-01 Part 1 of 2

Artist : Shree Suvidyendra Teertharu

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 15:51

My Rating of the Clip : 7/10

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Thanking You


Vadiraj
crabandy

Hi, I am unable to find out your link to download the Kannada Discourses. Kindly provide the same.

Thanks
Crabandy



QUOTE(vadiraj @ Jun 3 2009, 04:22 PM) *

I would like introduce totally a new Topic

I invite the mebers to kindly upload Kannada Discourses on Philosophical Subjects.

Presently I am uploading one such clip for interested listeners.

Title : Geetamrutha

Artist: Prof K.T.Pandurangi

Format: mp3

Bit Rate: 128kbps

Duration: 15:42

My Rating of the Clip : 7/10

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I will be uploading few such clips by eminient scholars on Madhva Philosophy shortly.

Thanking You

Vadiraj

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