Shridhara Svami, Śrīdhara Svāmī, Sridhara Svami: 4 definitions

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Source: Wisdom Library: Hinduism

Sridhara Svami (1378-1414) wrote the oldest complete Srimad-Bhagavatam commentary, called Bhavartha-dipika.

Source: WikiPedia: Hinduism

Sri Shreedhara Swami Maharaj (1908–1973) was a prominent Marathi-Kannada saint and religious poet in the Hindu tradition. Shreedhar Swami was a devotee of the Hindu god Ram and a disciple of Samarth Ramdas.

etymology: Sri Shreedhara Swami Maharaj (Devanagari: श्री श्रीधर स्वामी Śrī śrīdhara svāmī, Maharaj, Kannada:ಶ್ರೀ ಶ್ರೀಧರ ಸ್ವಾಮಿ Maharaj)

Source: Exotic India: Hinduism

Sridhara Svami is a celebrated religious leader of the medieval India. His ideas are reflected in his great Sanskrit commentaries on the basic texts of the Bhagavata cult Bhagavadgita, Visnupurana and Bhagavatpurana.

Source: IndiaDivine.org: Sridhara Swami

Sridhara Swami was born at Balodi Village at Gujarat some 600 years ago. He was a disciple of Paramanda Puri and his beloved deity was Narasimha. He attempted to bring synthesis between Shankara Samradhaya & Madhava Samradhaya. Hence his commentaries are called Subodhini (Gita), Bhavarthadipka (Bhagavata) and Atmaprakasa (Vishnu Sahasra Nama)

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