Contents[ edit ] The Mahabharata Tatparya Nirnaya has 32 chapters. Sri Madhva also includes Ramayana in this work to show that Mahabharata is a complete work by the divine Sri Veda Vyasa. This work is an excellent exposition of the Mahabharata. It explains some finer aspects of the Mahabharata by supplementing it from other classical works such as Harivamsa , Vishnu Purana , Bhagavatha and others. Bheemasena is the clear hero of the Pandavas, in each and every incident this is underlined by giving lots of proof for each statement.
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Contents[ edit ] The Mahabharata Tatparya Nirnaya has 32 chapters. Sri Madhva also includes Ramayana in this work to show that Mahabharata is a complete work by the divine Sri Veda Vyasa. This work is an excellent exposition of the Mahabharata. It explains some finer aspects of the Mahabharata by supplementing it from other classical works such as Harivamsa , Vishnu Purana , Bhagavatha and others.
Bheemasena is the clear hero of the Pandavas, in each and every incident this is underlined by giving lots of proof for each statement. 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. Though the works are really indestructible, they must be deemed to be mostly altered.
Mostly all of them have disappeared and not even one crore out of several crores of slokas now exists. When the original work itself is so altered, What is there to say of its meaning which is intelligible even to the Devas only with difficulty. When the work had thus become altered in the Kali age, under the direction of Hari for its clear understanding, I shall state the settled truths having known them through His grace, and also having well known the other extinct works and all the Vedas through His grace, and also having examined the various editions existing in several places.
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. The Bharatha is stated to be the decisive authority on all the Sastras. Formerly when all the Devas headed by Brahma and others and the Rishis had assembled once under the very direction of Vyasa, Bharatha was weighed as against the Vedas and all other Sastras by placing them upon the two scales of a balance, when Bharatha excelled in weight.
This work is called MahaBharatha on account of its greatest weight and highest quality. He who thus understands its mere definition is released from all sin.
Note—Two objects of equal weight representing the presiding deity of each were weighed. The truth of all the Sastras is indeed established in Bharatha by illustrations. The dependence of Brahma and others upon Vishnu is also brought out inasmuch as Bheema and others are clearly stated to be under the control of Krishna. It is also emphasized therein that Vishnu is the giver of knowledge and fame to all, inasmuch as He, in the form of Vyasa, promulgated their fame in Bharatha and imparted knowledge to Brahma, Rudra , and others who had incarnated as Suka and others.
Sri MadhvaAcharya has quoted from the various Puranas, Vedas, Mahabharata, BhagvadGita and various other shastras and has presented a clear and complete picture of all the shastras.
In this context, Sri Madhva has clearly shown how the conflicts are resolved and brought out the true meaning in each instance like fire is hidden in Arani sticks. Srimad Madhvacharya has quoted from all Puranas and still showing that Sri Hari is supreme. In fact in TantraSara he shows that each alphabet corresponds to Sri Hari. Sri Madhva has provided clear explanations to many apparently conflicting ideas presented in the Mahabharata. The essence of this work of 32 chapters has been captured in a work called Bhava Sangraha by Sri Raghavendra Swamy.
Rest deal with Mahabharath. In the Bhava Sangraha, there are therefore 32 slokas followed by a concluding sloka.
Mahabharata Tatparya Nirnaya
It beacons the way by which, seemingly contradictory statements of different Scriptures are reconciled. Without this work, we would have lost ourselves in wilderness of Philosophical Expanse. In the background of this statement, any one can rest assured, with all his interpretations. This is more so, when so many variant versions, with deliberate or ignorant interpolations and extrapolations made. Aptly, Narayana Pandithacharya states : Mahabharata Tatparya Nirnaya is the ambrosia churned out from the Ocean of Itihasas, Puranas and myriad of other treatises, by Acharya Madhwa, with the genious of his intellect used like Mandara Mountain. From the point of language, many of the usages occur for the first time and are therefore unique. There is an underlying poetic rhythm in the expressions.
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Tolkree 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. This work of Acharya is a magnificent work containing more than verses in Sanskrit.