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Adavi Jayatirthacharya Wikipedia
Adavi Jayatirthacharya / Jaya-tirtha alias Vishnu Tirtha (1756–1806) was a Hindu seer, scholar, writer, philosopher and exponent of Madhvacharya's works and Dvaita school of thought.
According to reports, Jayatirthacharya was born in Siddhapur near Savanur and taken sanyasa from his guru, Satyavarta Tirtha. Jayatirthacharya was taken so that he could travel on a pilgrimage to Vrindavana and have entered Vrindavana at Madanur, six miles from Koppal, where his Brindavana is also situated.
Jayatirthacharya wrote more than nineteen books and among his noted scholarly works are :Bhagvada-Sarodhara – an anthology of 367 select verses from Bhagvada
Sodasi – a theological book
Caturdasi – a theological book
Adhyatma-rasarangini – a book on strota