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HANUMATH DEVOTEES| BRIEF BIOGRAPHY | INDEX



PREFACE

This new section is being introduced on the update dated 13.01.2002 which also happens to be the Hanumath Jayanthi day. This home page would be completing one year with this.

There are innumerable Anjaneya devotees whom we know. But only very few attains the Greatness in the devotion that had been achieved by Sants like Sri Vyasaraya Tirtha, Sri Tulsidas, Sri Raghavendra Swami, Sri Bhadrachala Ramadas, Sri Samartha Ramadas, Sri Chatrapathi Sivaji, Sri Tyagaraja, Sri Ramakrishna Paramahans, Sri Vivekanand, and Sri Shirdi Sai Baba, to mention few.

While many of them are considered as amsa of Sri Hanuman the first avathara of Lord Vayu the Wind God, Sri Madhwacharya is considered as the third incarnation of Vayu himself.

In this brief biography of famous Anjaneya devotees Section, most appropriately we begin with biography of Sri Madhwacharya, and plan to follow with other biographies.

01. SRI MADHWACHARYA:

It is believed that Sri Hanuman, Bheema and Madhwa are the three manifestations of the Wind God, Vayu. In the name of Hanuman, he served Lord Rama. As Bheema, he served Sri Krishna. And again, he chose to serve Lord Sri Vedavyasa in the name of Sri Madhwa.....

02. SRI VYASARAJA TIRTHA:

Sri Vyasa Tirtha bacame the head of the Sri Purvadi mutt in the year 1476. Sri Vyasa Tirtha had his further studies in philosophy at Kanchi and also under Sri Sripadaraja Tirtha at Mulabagal. Under the direction of Sri Sripadaraja Tirtha, the Saluva king Narasimha honored Sri Vyasa Tirtha and made him Rajaguru. Thereafter he came to be known as Sri Vyasaraja Tirtha

03. SRI TULSIDASJI:

Sage Valmiki born again to spread the Ramanama and RamaMahima by reciting Ramayana in the vernacular language in the name "Ramacharita manas". He had identified himself with Lord Hanuman in spreading the glory of Sri Rama. He had spread the glory of Lord Hanuman as "Sankara sumana, Bhavani nanthana".

04. SRI SAMARTH RAMDAS:

The guru of Chatrapati veer Sivaji, and instrumental to bring back the glory of Hinduism. The tradition says, that Lord Panduranga Vittal Himself appeared before Ramdas and took him for the visit to Pandharpur and gave him dharshan as Sri Rama.

05. SRI BHADRACHALAM RAMDAS:

Sri Kancharla Gopanna popularly known as Bhakta Ramadasa or Bhadrachala Ramadasa was instrumental in reviving the temple at Bhadrachalam.

06. PUJYA SRI RAGHAVENDRA GURU:

It is popular belief; Pujya Sri Raghavendra is the reincarnations of Sankukarna, Prahlada, Bahlika, Vyasaraja tirtha in order. It is belived that Pujya Sri Raghavendra is a living saint and answers the devotees immediately. Today Mantralaya is a place where people go seeking Pujya Sri Raghavendra's blessings.

07. BIDARAM SRI KRISHNAPPA:

Sri Krishnappa the great devotee of Lord Anjaneya and Sri Rama had been nourishing an important goal of his life. He wanted to build a temple for Sri Rama where the great musicians from all over the country can come and perform. Sri Rama Mandir will be the nodel place where the growth of carnatic music would be the main activity.

08. SRI RAGHUTTAMA TEERTHARU:

Sri Raghuttama Teertharu the great devotee of Lord Anjaneya and Sri Moola Rama was a great Guru in the lineage of Sri Uttaradhi mutt and had devoted his life spreading the Dwita philosophy. He had authored five commentaries on Dwita philosophy named as Bhava Bhoda which had the seal of approval of Sri Mukhya praana [Sri Anjaneya].

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