Krishna Dwaipayanaru

Sri Krishna Dwaipayana Thirtharu – click

Ashrama gurugalu – Vedavyasa Theertharu & Vedanidhi Theertharu (jointly)

Ashrama Shishyaru – not given to any body

Period – 1600-1669

Vrundavana pravesha – Jyesta Shudda Pournami of Soumya Samvatsara

Vrundavana – Kusumurthi near Bheema River Raichur

He does not belong to any Mutt Parampare

Click for Devaranama on Krishna Dwaipayana Tirtharu

Getting Sanyaasaashrama –

When Sri Vedavyasa Teertharu was on his for Chaturmasya Vrata, a boy fell down into river and with his power Sri Vedavyasa Teertharu saved him and gave him ashrama, and named him as Krishna Dwaipayana.  After getting Sanyashrashrama, Krishnadwaipayanaru did akhanda tapas of one Crore Vedavyasa mantra japa and had the darshan of Sri Badarayanaru (Sri Vedavyasa Devaru). That is why his name is after Sri Vedavyasadevaru (whose other name is Krishna Dwaipayana).

Krishna Dwaipayanaru went to Vaikunta Yatre in a vimana : –

CLICK THE LINK FOR SOURCE COPY FROM “KALIYUGA KALPATARU” BY RAJA GURURAJACHARYA

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ರಾಯರು ಆಗಸದಲಿ ನೋಡಿ ನಮಿಸಿದ ಸನ್ನಿವೇಶವನ್ನು ಜಗನ್ನಾಥದಾಸರು ವರ್ಣಿಸಿದ್ದಾರೆ.

“ಯತಿವರ ದೂರಿದ ಮೃತಿಗೈಯಲಾಗಸ ಪಥದಲಿ ಕಂಡಾನತಿಸಿದ ಮಹಿಮಾ” – ಜಗನ್ನಾಥದಾಸರು

ಉಲ್ಲೇಖ – “ಕಲಿಯುಗ ಕಲ್ಪತರು” 2007 edition page 759

Once Sri Raghavendra Swamigalu was doing paata to his disciples. It was Jyesta Shudda Pournami of Soumya Samvatsara. All of a sudden Rayaru, got up, looked at the sky and offered his reverence with hands clasped. Rayaru asked about his yatre, upon which Sri Krishna Dwaipana Theertharu showed two of his fingers thrice.  As it was not understood by the disciples, they curiously enquired as to why Swamiji did so. In reply, Swamiji replied that Sri Krishna Dwaipayanaru was departing from this world in a vimana. On seeing me, he paid his respects from the space, which Rayaru too reciprocated.   While offering the reverence once again, he asked me whether it was certain that I too would reach the Lord Sri Hari, after a period of two years, two months and two days. I nodded my head to say yes. That is all”.

The significance of two of his fingers thrice : –

It means two years, two months and two days.   Sri Krishna Dwaipayanaru entered Vrundavana on Jyesta Shudda Pournami. It was exactly after two years, two months, and two days that Sri Rayaru entered Vrundavana on Shravana, Bahula Dwiteeya.   Though Krishnadwaipayana attained sanyasa in the tradition of Uttaradi Mutt, overtaken by renunciation, he refused to lead the Mutt as its pontiff. A soul of great intellect as he was who kept his feelings within, he always devoted his time to Japa, Tapa, teaching and discourse.  His Vrundavana is located at Kusumurthi, a Village on the banks of the river Bheema in Raichur  District.    Krishnadwaipayana chose that place as it was flanked by the river Bheema, had the “Sangama” of Krishna and Bheema at a nearer distance, there is Sangameshwara’s divyasannidhana, ; further more, it was the abode of the great Jnaani Sri Jithamithra Theertharu (Source : Kaliyuga Kalpataru, etc)When Sri Vedavyasa Teertharu was on his for Chaturmasya Vrata, a boy fell down into river and with his power Sri Vedavyasa Teertharu saved him and gave him ashrama, and named him as Krishna Dwaipayana.  After getting Sanyashrashrama, Krishnadwaipayanaru did akhanda tapas of one Crore Vedavyasa mantra japa and had the darshan of Sri Badarayanaru (Sri Vedavyasa Devaru). That is why his name is after Sri Vedavyasadevaru (whose other name is Krishna Dwaipayana). For some time he was doing the pooja to Sri Moola Ramachandra Devaru and later on by the order of Sri Vedanidhi Theertharu, he returned the idols back to moola Uttaradi mutt samstana.Once Sri Raghavendra Swamigalu was doing paata to his disciples. It was Jyesta Shudda Pournami of Soumya Samvatsara. All of a sudden Rayaru, got up, looked at the sky and offered his reverence with hands clasped. Rayaru asked about his yatre, upon which Sri Krishna Dwaipana Theertharu showed two of his fingers thrice.  As it was not understood by the disciples, they curiously enquired as to why Swamiji did so. In reply, Swamiji replied that Sri Krishna Dwaipayanaru was departing from this world in a vimana. On seeing me, he paid his respects from the space, which Rayaru too reciprocated.   While offering the reverence once again, he asked me whether it was certain that I too would reach the Lord Sri Hari, after a period of two years, two months and two days. I nodded my head to say yes. That is all”.It means two years, two months and two days. Sri Krishna Dwaipayanaru entered Vrundavana on Jyesta Shudda Pournami. It was exactly after two years, two months, and two days that Sri Rayaru entered Vrundavana on Shravana, Bahula Dwiteeya.   Though Krishnadwaipayana attained sanyasa in the tradition of Uttaradi Mutt, overtaken by renunciation, he refused to lead the Mutt as its pontiff. A soul of great intellect as he was who kept his feelings within, he always devoted his time to Japa, Tapa, teaching and discourse.  His Vrundavana is located at Kusumurthi, a Village on the banks of the river Bheema in Raichur  District.    Krishnadwaipayana chose that place as it was flanked by the river Bheema, had the “Sangama” of Krishna and Bheema at a nearer distance, there is Sangameshwara’s divyasannidhana, ; further more, it was the abode of the great Jnaani Sri Jithamithra Theertharu (Source : Kaliyuga Kalpataru, etc)

4 comments on “Krishna Dwaipayanaru

  • shri Balbeemachar

    May 2, 2013 at 11:27 am

    i the Archaka named above was extremely pleased to go through the account of publication in respect of Krisna Dwayapayana Thirtha Swamiji of kusumarthi by Sumadhwasewa.
    how ever tragedy is that,when i came here on my own to perform the 14 years back to the spot
    the whole shrine was lying in most dilapedated condition for number of years
    with auspicious blessings of shri Madhwacharya and present pontiff of UM shri Satyatma Thirtharu
    i have beenStruggling to Re -organise the local situation here all are heartily Welcome to help in the
    endeavior

  • The route to below place is as follows-

    – Around 45 kms from Manatralayam
    – Need to take train to Krishna Railway Station from Mantralayam
    – Alight at Krishna station & catch an auto to Kusumurthi which is around 8 kms
    – The Mutt is in midst of village & is kind of deserted. From far it seems more like a home & not a Mutt.
    – The Achar (Bala Bheemachar) who is worshiping Sri Krishna Dwaipayana from past 15 years is staying alone & any deviation in daily Madi results in Snake appearing from nowhere.
    – The number of the Achar is +91-8748995126
    – The Mutt needs to be rejuvenated with Rs.80,000 of which Rs.50,000 is already collected for Bhaktara basic needs. Anyone interested can give the Kanike to the Achar himself.
    – Its considered that its very tough to reach this place & one can only do so if they have Krishna Dwaipayanara Blessings.

    Hope people make effort to go to such places & uplift our Mutts which need everyone’s attention & Blessings.

    Hare Srinivasa,

  • Raghavendra Puranik

    January 16, 2015 at 12:28 pm

    Recently a group of Hari–Guru bhaktas including myself, from Hyd. went to the holy place of Jitamitrara Gadde on the poorva-Aaradhana of the great saint there. We went by our own conveyance. Having missed the shortest route from Saidapur, we went to the Krishna Rly. and by the guidance of some locals there we reached Jitamitrara Gadde.

    We were told that Kusumurthy is on the way to Gadde. Since the time was aroud 1-00 p.m. the persons who guided us about the route to Gadde, expressed their doubt that the Archakaru might not be available at sannidhaana of Krishna Dwaipayanara brindavana..

    My request to Sri Balbheemachar is that he be very kind enough to respond to this comment and inform me the timings of his seva at the sannidhana and / or where he stays on regular basis. I will also try to contact him on the mobile no. given by Dr. AJAY.

  • Madhusudan Javali

    June 20, 2016 at 10:17 pm

    Kusumurthi is located on the banks of river Bhima.It is in Makhtal talula of Mehaboobnagar in Andhra Pradesh.Please make necessary changes in the write-up. Other side of river Bhima is Raichur district.

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