- Madhva. Hindu philosopher, exponent of Dvaita (q.v.
- Madhva's palm leaves get a digital touch - Deccan Herald - In...
- Oct 7, 2006 Madhva-charya, proponent of Dvaitha philosophy.
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- Madhvacharya's statue to soon adorn Udupi
- How the legend began Pramodacharya, an expert on Madhva philosophy in the Krishna Mutt circle, said, “The site of the statue is located more or less closer to the spot on Vadabandeshwara beach where the philosopher used to meditate.
- Udupi: Grand Shrikrishna Leevothsava celebrated in devotion
- Later it was dissolved into Madhva lake. Even at this time the devotees were having fun with Shiruru Shree who was splashing the water. With this the Krishna Janmastami and Krishna Leelothsava was concluded as prescribed in the Vedas.
- An all-Udupi affair at Dasara in Mysore
- There are records in the Udupi Krishna temple of Mysore Maharajas visiting Udupi during Krishna Janmashtami and Madhva Navami. The royal family has also donated gold jewellery.
- Beneficiaries paid premium
- AK Dandamudi of Secunderabad, K. Srinivas Naidu and others of Banjara Hills, Ajay Garapati of Jubilee Hills, Madhva Ramachandraof Bengaluru, G. Anantha Sena Reddy of Jubilee Hills, K.
- Coast guard has no right to Karwar beach land
- Advocate SP Kamat, former minister Prabhakar Rane, Satish Sail, Congress leader, KR Desai of Karwar Samrakshana Vedike, Madhva Naik of Janashakti Vedike, Ganapati Mangre, fishermen leader and others addressed the rally.
- Madhva [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]
- Jan 9, 2004 The Dvaita or “dualist” school of Hindu Vedanta philosophy originated in 13th- century CE South India with Sri Madhvacarya (Madhva).
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- Broadcasts discourses in Kannada on Madhva philosophy by saints and vidhvans of the tradition.
- Madhva Acarya
- What is known of Madhva's personal life is largely taken from the Madhva-vijaya, a work by Narayana Bhatta, who was the son of a direct disciple of Madhva.
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