Shrinivasa acarya, Śrīnivāsa ācārya: 1 definition

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Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Aufrecht Catalogus Catalogorum

Śrīnivāsa ācārya (श्रीनिवास आचार्य) as mentioned in Aufrecht’s Catalogus Catalogorum:—pupil of Nimbārka, guru of Viśvācārya, Nimbārka school. Bhr. p. 212. He was also the guru of Keśavabhaṭṭa of Kāśmīr (Gītātattvaprakāśikā). Hall. p. 118.

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Śrīnivāsa ācārya (श्रीनिवास आचार्य):—later Satyakāmatīrtha, died in 1872. Bhr. p. 206.

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Śrīnivāsa ācārya (श्रीनिवास आचार्य):—later Satyaparākramatīrtha, died in 1880. Bhr. p. 206.

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Śrīnivāsa ācārya (श्रीनिवास आचार्य):—Avayavakroḍa [nyāya]

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Śrīnivāsa ācārya (श्रीनिवास आचार्य):—sometimes called śrīnivāsatīrtha Subcommentaries on Ānandatīrtta’s Īśāvāsyopaniṣadbhāṣya, Taittirīyopaniṣadbhāṣya, Praśnopaniṣadbhāṣya, Māṇḍūkyopaniṣadbhāṣya. Bhāgavatapurāṇavyākhyā. Mahābhāratavyākhyā.

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Śrīnivāsa ācārya (श्रीनिवास आचार्य):—Uṣāpariṇaya nāṭaka.

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Śrīnivāsa ācārya (श्रीनिवास आचार्य):—Tattvatrayaculuka, bhakti.

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Śrīnivāsa ācārya (श्रीनिवास आचार्य):—Tattvamārtaṇḍa, vedānta.

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Śrīnivāsa ācārya (श्रीनिवास आचार्य):—Darpaṇa [dharma] Rice. 200.

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Śrīnivāsa ācārya (श्रीनिवास आचार्य):—Dvaitabhūṣaṇa, bhakti.

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Śrīnivāsa ācārya (श्रीनिवास आचार्य):—Nyāyasiddhāntatattvāmṛta [nyāya]

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Śrīnivāsa ācārya (श्रीनिवास आचार्य):—Praṇavadarpaṇa, vedānta.

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Śrīnivāsa ācārya (श्रीनिवास आचार्य):—Madhvamatavidhvaṃsana.

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Śrīnivāsa ācārya (श्रीनिवास आचार्य):—Yādavarāghavīya kāvya.

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Śrīnivāsa ācārya (श्रीनिवास आचार्य):—Yugalasahasranāman. Rāmabāhuśataka. Rāmavarṇanastotra. Hanumacchataka.

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Śrīnivāsa ācārya (श्रीनिवास आचार्य):—Vajrasūcikādaṃśinī.

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Śrīnivāsa ācārya (श्रीनिवास आचार्य):—Vedāntācāryadinacaryā. Vedāntācāryaprapadana. Vedāntācāryamaṅgaladvādaśī. Vedāntācāryavigrahadhyānapaddhati. Vedāntācāryasaptati.

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Śrīnivāsa ācārya (श्रीनिवास आचार्य):—Sudārśanavijaya nāṭaka.

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Śrīnivāsa ācārya (श्रीनिवास आचार्य):—a Drāviḍa, younger brother of Rāma, son of Kaunteyācārya: Jānakīcaraṇacāmara stotra.

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Śrīnivāsa ācārya (श्रीनिवास आचार्य):—the author of the Yugalasahasranāman. The Rāmabāhuśataka later.

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