Satyavara Tirtha (1716-1797) was a great saint and he was born in a pious Madhwa family in Haveri District, Karnataka, and he served as the Pontiff of Uttaradi Mutt, and a strict follower of Sri Madhwa’s Dvaita philosophy. He was the successor of Satyasandha Tirtha and served in the mutt during the period 1794—1797. His successor was Sri Satyadharma Tirtha. His birth name was Krishnacharya.
He had attained Samadhi in the year 1797 in Andhra Pradesh.
He has written commentary on Nyaya Sudha and commentary on Mahabharata.
He was a noble scholar who was an expert in Kannada and Sanskrit languages. He was an ardent devotee of Lord Rama, and sung several songs on him.
- Keep the Paramatma in your atma.
- Don’t feel sad and be happy and enjoy your every moment of life.
- Life is remarkable and it is a gift given by the god, and don’t waste it by doing unnecessary activities.
- Your life is in your hands only. Don’t blame on god for your sufferings, and don’t curse him.
- You are only held responsible for all of your actions. In order to do good activities, always concentrate your attention on god, and chant his lovely names forever in your life.
- Do always good deeds in your life by helping others, or otherwise your life would become a dry desert.
- Guru Madhwa had given very good teachings for us. It is our duty to follow it in our life.
- For those who keep bhakti on god, their life will be sweet, or otherwise their life would become bitter.
- Correct yourself before your death.
Let us worship the great saint and be blessed.
“OM SRI SATYAVARA TIRTHARE NAMAHA”