Sriman Mahabharata Tatparya Nirnaya – Volume 7 by Sri ran is a magnificent work containing more than verses in Sanskrit. Sanskrit Literature, Hinduism texts, Dharma Texts, Vedic literature, Hinduism Scriptures, Upanishads, Vaishnavism, ‘Mahabharata Tatparya. GENERAL. Book, Mahabharata Tatparya Nirnaya Moola – Sanskrit. Author, Vid Mahuli Vidyasimha acharya. Binding, Paperback. Publisher, Vishwa Madhwa.
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By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Another unique feature of this work is jirnaya way in which it has utilized related works like Hari Vamsha, Bhagavata and Vishnupurana. This has made it an interpretative work on these as well, maahabharata addition to Mahabharata and Ramayana. The most interesting aspect of this has always been that every time I read anything about Mahabharata I learn something new.
Email required Address never made public. Tamarabharani Pushkara October 12th, It explains some finer aspects of the Mahabharata by supplementing it from other classical works such as HarivamsaVishnu PuranaBhagavatha and others.
Kshemendra’s Ramayanamanjari covers only Valmiki Ramayana. This work of Acharya is a magnificent work containing more than verses in Sanskrit.
MBTN is really an encyclopedia of Mahabharata. It is a unique work. Though it is an elaborate work, it has failed in capturing the essence of the Moola.
Mahabharata Tatparya Nirnaya Moola – Sanskrit
In some places of the Mahabharatha verses have been interpolated and in others verses have been omitted in some places, the verses have been transposed and in others, different readings have been given out of ignorance or otherwise. Draft PDF nirnya of first chapter is now available under blog. Sri Madhva also includes Ramayana in this work to show that Mahabharata is a complete work by the divine Sri Veda Vyasa.
Nirnxya the other works like Anantabhatta’s Champubharata, Bhoja’s ChampuRamayana suffer from the same limitations.
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In the second chapter, he explains the significance of the terms, Manvadi, Astikadi, Upacharadi and establishes with quotations from scriptures as to how Kauravas, Pandavas and their followers personify the various spiritual principles.
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Mahabharata Tatparya Nirnaya
This work is being published as a Seva to Lord Vayudeva without any pecuniary motive. Stepping aside I could say it is one stop work that could answer questions about All Shastras.
In the background of this statement, any one can rest assured, with all his interpretations. Starting from that book I have read many books and twtparya relating to Mahabharata. This work is an excellent exposition of the Mahabharata. Posted October 27, by anandsp1 in Books. Without this work, we would have lost ourselves in wilderness of Philosophical Expanse.
Perhaps, after Mahabharata this is the only work, which excels in clarity, neatness of depiction and unambiguous interpretation. There are very few works which have attempted to present Moola Mahabharata of One Lakh verses, concisely without omitting nirnaja portion of significance and no one has been as successful in this endeavor as Sri Madhwacharya.
The only noteworthy work in this area could be Kshemendra’s Bharatamanjari. Srimad Madhvacharya has quoted from all Puranas and still showing that Sri Hari is supreme. It explains entire Mahabharata and Ramayana in Thirty-Two chapters. One response to this post. Sri Madhva has provided clear explanations to many apparently conflicting ideas presented in the Mahabharata.
He is a profound scholar in Madhva Philosophy, Dasa Sahitya, a study of Dasas and their works, is his specialized field of study. I have Changed the same. Notify xanskrit of new posts via email. It is also known as Hayagreeva Ramayana. Such a massive work in Shloka form is very rare in Sanskrit literature. The others have dwelt only on certain sentences here and there without even touching on the spiritual import of the passages. Sri MadhvaAcharya has quoted from the various Puranas, Vedas, Mahabharata, Nirnaa and various other shastras and has presented a clear and complete picture of all the shastras.
Just as the all-powerful supreme Lord Vyasa who is no other than Narayana has narrated in the Bharatha and other works, I shall also, with the knowledge imparted by Him, briefly state the essential teachings of all the Sastras, in accordance with the interpretation of Bharatha. From what I can remember the first story I have heard or which has made an important impact on me has been Bheema — Bhakasura Story told by my dad.