We all know that how sacred and important the mahakavya MADHWA VIJAYA is for Madhwas. It is written by Sri Narayana Panditacharya, son of Kavikula Thilaga Sri Trivikrama Panditacharya who has given us another auspicious stotra, the Hari Vayustuti. It is believed that even devatas do parayana of Madhwa Vijaya daily in total reverence, what we can say about this grantha..!
Sri Prabhanjanachar has the following words on this great mahakvaya….
It is a kavya as well as Shastra. Everyone must read this grantha including Yatigalu. Nithya parayana must be done. Since it is a totally authentic in all sense, no other madhwa yatigalu has ventured in to writing another vijaya grantha on Madhwaru. Bhavi sameeraru Sri Vadirajaru has quoted Sumadhwa Vijaya and given utmost reverence to this grantha. Madhwa Vijaya is Shastra grantha as it talks about the success story of Sri Madhwaru who has given us Sarvamoola Grantha. It discusses about someone who has given us sarvamoola, so it should be considered and revered as our shastra grantha. Such is the place given by our elders to this grantha. Please CLICK HERE to listen to full speech by Sri V Prabhanjanacharya.
As you are aware, Sri T S Raghavendran of Coimbatore has done yeoman service to our madhwa society by writing numerous spiritual books on our shastras. He has already written more than 200 books (mostly in English) for the benefit of our community. In his 207th book recently, he has taken up Madhwa Vijaya and has given Shloka by Shloka meaning in Tamil. He adds, how a heart is important for any human being, Madhwa Vijaya is as important for Madhwas. This book has special notes on all the shlokas, madhwa vijaya mahima and comes with it, the pictures(rarely seen) of brindavana of Sri Narayana Panditacharya and Sri Trivikrama Panditacharya. We should never forget the great work and help of Sri Narayana Panditacharya even in Moksha. Please CLICK HERE to listen to Sri TSR’s pravachana on Madhwa Vijaya. In this he has given a brief talk on the importance of each and every sarga followed by full recitation.
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