श्रीविद्याधीशतीर्थविरचित: ओङ्कारवाद: श्रीनाथाचार्यविरचितः
तारस्वरूपप्रकाशश्च- Omkaravada of Sri Vidyadhisatirtha and Tarasvarupa Prakasa of Srinathacharya (An Old and Rare Book)
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श्रीविद्याधीशतीर्थविरचित: ओङ्कारवाद: श्रीनाथाचार्यविरचितः तारस्वरूपप्रकाशश्च- Omkaravada of Sri Vidyadhisatirtha and Tarasvarupa Prakasa of Srinathacharya (An Old and Rare Book)

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Item Code: AZE117
Author: K.V. Ramesh
Publisher: UNIVERSITY OF MYSORE, MYSORE
Language: SANSKRIT ONLY
Edition: 2000
Pages: 106
Cover: PAPERBACK
Weight 180 gm
Preface
It gives me great pleasure to present two hitherto un published works viz., The Omkaravada of Sri Vidyadhisatirtha Swamiji of Uttaradimatha and the Tärasvarüpaprakása of Sri Hulagi Srinäthäcārya. Both these works are very valuable. for scholars interested in understanding the nuances of the Dvaita system of philosophy.

These two works prove with elaborate quotations and arguments that the sacred syllable 'Om' is a part of the first Brahmasūtra, just as the word 'Atha. The two venerated authors have discussed many theories and views regarding the meaning and significance of 'Om'. There is no doubt that these two works occupy a high place among the works of the Madhva Vedanta system.

Vidwan Sri. Nagasampige, a Senior Research Assis tant of our Institute, is an out-standing scholar in the field of Dvaita philosophy. He has many works to his credit in addition to numerous translations of Dvaita Works. He has edited the two works mentioned above with the help of four manuscripts. I trust these two works will be received by interested scholars with warmth.

Sri Satyatma Tirtha Swamiji, the present pontiff of Sri Uttaradi Matha, is a scholar of very high standard in many branches of learning. He has very generously extended financial support for the publication of these two works. The Oriental Research Institute records its sincere gratitude to the holy feet of Sri Satyatma Tirtha Swamiji.

I acknowledge the help extended by our Vice-Chancellor Prof. S.N. Hegde for the publication of Sanskrit classics. My thanks are due to the Registrar Prof. V.G.Talwar and Finance Officer Sri Mahadevaswamy for their co-operation. Our gratitude is due to M/s Bhavana Printers for their network.

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