Posts Tagged ‘Sripadarajaru’

Sri Sripadarajara Aradhana @ MULBAGAL – June 2017

Hare Srinivasa,

The annual aradhana of Sri Sripadarajaru will be celebrated at Sri Sripadarajara moola brindavana sannidhana, Sri Kshetra Narasimha theertha, Mulbagal from 7th to 9th June 2017 with Madhya Aradhane and Rathorsava on 8-Jun(Thursday). Please click on the invite below for more details. 

|| Sri Krishnarpanamasthu ||

Sri Sripadarajara Aradhana @ MULBAGAL

Hare Srinivasa,

Sri Sripadarajaru

The annual aradhana of Sri Sripadarajaru will be celebrated at Sri Sripadarajara moola brindavana sannidhana, Sri Kshetra Narasimha theertha, Mulbagal from 18th to 20th June with Madhya Aradhane and Rathothsava on 19-Jun(Sunday). Please click on the invite below for more details. 

Mulbagal inv

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Sri Sripadarajaru Aradhana 2015 Invitation

Hare Srinivasa,

Sri Sripadarajaru

The annual aradhana of Sri Sripadarajaru will be celebrated at Sri Sripadarajara moola brindavana sannidhana, Sri Kshetra Narasimha Theertha, Mulbagal on Sri Manmatha nama samvatsara Jyesta shuddha Trayodasi, Chaturdasi and Poornima,  31st May (Sunday) 1st Jun (Monday) and 2nd Jun (Tuesday).

31st May, 2015 – Poorva Aradhana

1st June, 2015 – Rathothsava and Main Aradhana

2nd June, 2015 – Uttara Aradhana

Various spiritual & cultural events are arranged during this auspiciuos occassion. Please click on the below image to view the Aradhana Invitation.

Mulbagal Invitation 2015

|| Sri Krishnarpanamasthu ||

Sri Sripadarajaru Aradhana @ Mulbagal

Hare Srinivasa,

The Annual Aradhana celebrations of Druvamsha Sambhoota kannada Haridasa Sahitya Aadhya Pravartka Sri Sripadaraja Gurusarvabhouma Aradhana will be celebrated under the guidance of Present Peethadipatigalu of Sri Sripadaraja Mutt His Holiness 108 Sri  Keshavanidhi Theertha Swamiji.


Aradhana details:

Poorva Aradhana – 02-Jun-2012 (Saturday)

Aradhana and Car festival –  03-Jun-2012 (Sunday)

Uttara Aradhana – 04-Jun-2012 (Monday)

Various Spiritual & Cultural events are arranged during this auspicious Occasion. Devotees are cordially invited to attend this sacred aradhana function and be blessed by His Holiness Sri Sripadarajara Antaryami Sri Hayavadhana Rangavittala Gopinatha Devaru.

CLICK HERE to view the Complete Invitation.

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Madhwanama by Sri Sripadarajaru

One of the most popular works of Sripadarajaru is Madhvanama. This is a kannada poem extolling Vayu Devaru and his three incarnations. As the auspicious Madhwa Navami is fast approaching, let us spend some thoughts on this great work. It follows the structure of Shri Hari Vayustuthi and was composed by Sripadarajaru for the benefit of those who don’t know Sanskrit and/or are not allowed to recite the Vayustuthi. In this short but potent work Sripadarajaru has not only captured the essence of the Hari Vayustuthi but also embedded several key, and not so well known concepts, as well as incidents from Ramayana and Mahabharata.


One has to remember that Sripadarajaru was an amsha of Dhruva, an aparoksha gyani, a very great scholar and the vidya-guru of Sri Vyasarajaru. So, his description of Vayudevaru and his three incarnations is bound to be complete and flawless. He has infused this stotra with pristine bhakti and gyana. So, in terms of spiritual content and value, it is worthy of adoration and worship. The fact that another great aparoksha gyani – Sri Jagannatha Dasaru – has written the phala-stuti of this work is a testimony to its potence and greatness.

This Madhwa nama told by Sripadarajaru will destroy all sorrows, provide all types of happiness and well-being, and in addition, will show you Shripati Jagannatavittala and take you out of this well (or ocean) called samsara.

…….Sri Jagannatha Dasarau

Guru Sripadarajaru

SrIpadarajaru is revered by all Madhvas. His contributions to Dvaita, Haridasa Sahitya, and the then existing social and political circumstances were considerable. Sripadarajaru was one of the pillars of the haridasa movement. He popularized the practice of composing kannada devaranamas, steeped in bhakti. Some of his famous devaranamas are: “nI ittahange iruvEnO hariyE …”, “KangaLidyatako kAvEri rangana nODada..”, “bhUshanake bhUshana …”. His ankitha is “Ranga Viththala“.


The saint has his brindavana at a place called Narasimha Tirtha, about 1.5 km from Mulbagilu, on NH4 (old Bangalore-Madras highway). It is said, when he was at his old age, he wanted to have Ganga-snana and could not go so far. Then Ganga appeared before him and said that she would come to narasimha tirtha and stay there forever. Sripadaraja’s devotees were extremely happy to have gangasnana without much effort. From that time onwards, taking a bath in narasimha tIrtha is equivalent to having a bath in the ganga. Here are the pdf download links for the Madhwanama Text in multiple languages.

Madhwanama Text

 Madhwanama in Kannada

 Madhwanama in Sanskrit

 In English with Word by Word meaning

 Madhwanama text in Tamil

Madhwanama Audio


Madhwanama Audio in MP3

Madhwanama in YouTube


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