Vedesa Tirtha (1570 – 1620) was a Madhwa saint and a great scholar. He was the disciple of Sri Raghuttama Tirtha. He has not served as a pontiff in Dwaita mutts, and remained as a wandering saint throughout in his life. He learned the Vedas and Shastras at his young age, and he was considered as an obedient disciple of his Guru Sri Raghuttama Tirtha.
He was an ardent devotee of Lord Rama and Lord Hanuman, and once he got the vision of Lord Hanuman, and he was blessed by him. He controlled his senses, and concentrated his entire attention on doing meditation, pujas and visiting the holy temples. He lived a simple life, and wholeheartedly blessed his devotees, and removed their miseries and sorrows in their life, and showed the bhakti path to them.
- Tattvoddyota Panchika
- Pramanalaksanatika Vyakhyana
- Visnutattvanirnayatika Vyakhyana
- Kathalaksanavivarana Vyakhyana
- Karmanirnayatika Vyakhyana
- Aitareya Upanishad Bhashya
- Chandogya Upanishad Bhashya
- Katha Upanishad Bhashya
- Talabavara tippani
His Samadhi shrine is situated at Manur on the banks of the Holy Bhima River.
Let us worship the holy guru and be blessed.
“OM SRI VEDESA TIRTHARE NAMAHA”
“OM SRI RAGHUTTAMA RAYA NAMAHA”