was born as a fulfillment of the prayers offered by his parents,
the Nadillayas at the Anantheshwara Temple after 12 years of
austerity. The temple is also the resort of Achutha Prajna who
initiated Madhwacharya into the ascetic order of Ekanti Vaishnavas
in his sixteenth year.
mendicant he traversed the length and breadth of the country
spreading the essence of Dwaita philosophy. Badrinath is said to
be his favourite place in the Himalayas where his meeting with
Sage Vedavyasa and received inspiration to write commentaries on
Brahmasutras. His commentaries on various aspects seemed to have
caused a fresh upsurge of spirituality and devotion all over the
He then disappeared from human sight in his 79th
year while delivering a discourse on Aitareya, his favourite Upanishad at
a particular spot in this place and since then Pajaka is believed to carry the
invisible presence of the Acharya.
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