Sri Jayatîrtha or Jayateertharu (also known as Teekācharya) c. 1365 – c. 1388 was a Hindu philosopher, dialectician, polemicist and the sixth pontiff of Madhvacharya Peetha. Sri Jayatîrtha is considered to be one of the most important seers in the history of Dvaita school of thought on account of his sound elucidations of the works of Madhvacharya.
He spent much of his physical life in Mangalvedhe, which is about 12 miles south-east of Pandharpur (in modern Maharashtra, and home of Lord Vitthala). He was born in the family of a Brahmin king, and was heir to the throne.
He gave Tattvavâda its place in modern Vedanta , through his works.
As you have requested here is Sri Jayatirtha's Padyamala in Sanskrit. It's a PDF file which we can download after registering to the site.