It is because they cite a specific verse from garuDa purANa which says maNiman demon reincarnated in kali yuga.
As per them the incarnation of vaayu in dwapara yuga was Bheem sena and the incarnation in kali yuga is Madwa (Ananda teertha) who came to defeat the demon maniman in kaliyuga who was previously destroyed in dwapara by bheem sena.
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Chaitanya Mahaprabhu belonged to the disciplic succession from Madhvacharya. The followers of the Chaitanya Mahaprabhu formed a separate sect called
Gaudiya Vaaishnavas. As you have said in the question, the Brahma
sampradaya of Vaishnavism has two major divisions.
The Madhva sect.
The Gaudiya Vaishnavism(followers of Chaitanya).
Srila Prabhupada in ...
1. Here is the link of The Vedanta-sutras, with the
Sri-bhashya of Shree Ramanujacharya : You can Download as
well as can read the book Online.
2. Here is the link of The Vedanta Sutras with the commentary by Sri Madhvacharya Same way you can download as well as can
As you requested here are some of the links of Vedanta-Sutras with ...
Dvaitadvaita gives the same explanation of Nirguna that Visistadvaita and Achintya Bhedabheda give. Here's what Roma Bose says in this excerpt from her book "Doctrines of Nimbarka and his Followers":
It is clear from the above that Brahman is essentially possessed of attributes. On the one hand, he possesses an infinite number of auspicious qualities, .....
Perhaps the following SECTION CLVIII from the Anushasan Parva of the Mahabharat narrated to Yuddhishthir by Bhishma Pitamah is what you are looking for. I am giving accompanying verses also so that the background is clear with the relevant portions in bold:
I know Krishna truly. I know who he is and what his ancient might is. O chief of the Kauravas, ...
Yes. Saura Purana chapters 38 to 40 contain prophecy of the birth of Madhvacharya and passages which attack Madhvacharya and his philosophy.
These chapters glorify Advaita and Shiva. There are frequent usage of the six darshanas viz Sankhya, Yoga, Nyaya, Vaisheshika, Mimamsa and Vedanta. There is even glorification of Advaita. Not only that, there is ...
Yes, For Ramanujacharya's Bhashya on Srimad Bhagvad Gita, there's one good book available:
The Gitabhashya of Ramamuja, translated by M. R. Sampath kumaran, published by Anantacharya Indological Research Institute 1988.
You can purchase the physical book or read/get it from Internet Archive
The English translation of Madhvacharya's Bhashya on Bhagvad Gita ...
Here is how the Dvaita philosopher Madhvacharya interprets various parts of the Brahma Sutras which other commentators interpret as saying that Brahman rather than Prakriti is the material cause of the Universe:
Most commentators interpret Adhyaya 1 Pada 1 Sutra 5 as rejecting the view that Prakriti is the material cause of the Universe spoken of as Brahman ...
I couldn't find English translations of all these three works. However, I could find Kannada translation and unabridged translation of one or more works.
Srimadhvyasa.wordpress.com contains details about all the works of Sri Madhvacharya. Mayavada Khandanam is present in verses with Sanskrit and Kannada versions with verses on their ...
He is considered as mukhya prANa by followers. He was an influential figure in vaishnava tradition as well as vedanta. There are several miracles associated with him and his disciples.
Some of the miracles are mentioned below
As a child he had performed a lot of miracles, which foretold his
future greatness. Once he was asked to protect the curds and ...
It's mentioned in this excerpt from the Garuda Purana, which lists various incarnations that Vayu took in different ages:
अतो रोचननामासौ मरुदंशः प्रकीर्तितः रामावतारे हनुमान्रामकार्यार्थसाधकः
। स एव भीमसेनस्तु जातो भूम्यां महाबलः ॥ Garuda Purana 3.16.68 ॥
When Lord Rama incarnated on Earth, Vayu was born as Hanuman for rendering assistance to ...
The earliest reference to Hanuman occurs in Rig Veda which describes a divine monkey Vrisakapi in 23 verses starting 10.86. The characteristics are also common to Hanuman.
Our major reference to Hanuman is from Valmiki Ramayana (and its various translations / adaptions) and Mahabharata. Srimad Bhagavad Mahapurana and Skanda Purana also have descriptions of ...
From many sources we come to know that Gaudiya Vaishnava Sampradaya is like a branch of Madhva siddhanta. Hence it is natural that he had high regards for Sri Madhvacharya. Even Prabhupada has glofified Sri Madhwa in many places. In Chaitanya Charitamrita also there are various mentions of Sri Madhva:
In Udupi, Madhvacharya installed a beautiful Deity of ...
Madhvacharya has quoted the Balittha Sukta (Rig Veda 1.141.1-5) at the end of his commentary on the Brhadaranyaka Upanishad
to assert himself to be an incarnation of Vayu:
balittha tad vapusedhayi darsatam devasya bhargah sahaso yato ajani |
yadimupahvarate sadhate matir-rtasya dhena anayanta sasrutah || 1 ||
prkso vapuh pitumannitya asaye ...
It is wrong to say that Gaudiya Vaishnavas do not accept any link with the Madhva Sampradaya. Chaitanya Mahaprabhu was Himself a disciple of a Madhva Guru, Sri Isvara Puri.
Baladeva Vidyabhusana himself acknowledges the link between the Madhva Sampradaya and the Gaudiya Vaishnava Sampradaya in his "Prameya Ratnavali".
tatra guru-paramparā yathā