Hari Sarvothamma ! Vayu Jivothamma !
Jai VijayRaya !!!!
Jai Bedi Anjaneya !!!!
Almost every Madhva household chants Sri Hari Vayu Stuti, this is the one stotra/mantra which gives solutions to all problems. Although there have been many detailed commentaries, 90% of the Dvaita material is published in Kannada. Not being able to read in Kannada was a major roadblock in my sadhane in the 90’s and early 2000’s. Now thankfully, there is a lot material on the internet from which I have learned a lot. It’s now my turn to publish in simplified terms years of listening to discourses, dasara haadu’s, bhajanes, mettliotsavas, kalyanaottsavas, etc. Since Sri Hari Vayu Stuti is the granter of all desires, what better way to give back than to explain the depths of Sri Hari Vayu Stuti.
There is no limit to the depth of Sri HariVayu Stuti; I am trying to present only as much of what I have understood. There are references to a lot of other scriptures, I have tried to provide a faithful reproduction for those. All the material I have included is freely available and can be “googled”. It is scattered all over, by the grace of Sri Hari I have tried to put them together coherently in the context of Sri HariVayu Stuti. This site is not to showcase my knowledge or prowess, but to present whatever I have learnt through various resources over the years. This is first step, I envision learned readers, providing more and more valuable inputs and this enriching this site’s content even more. There are some references in the material, if someone can help me in refining them or provide even more references, I would gladly include them.
If anybody notices any mistakes of any kind, please let me know; I will correct it at the earliest. It would be my pleasure to take my learning to the next level.
May Lord LaxmiNarasimha grant me the strength to do justice to the best of my capacity and accept this humble service.
What is Shri Hari Vayu Stuti?
Sri Hari Vayu Stuti is an endorsed biography of three avtaaras of Sri Madhvacharya. It lists out the features, benefits and the vastness Mukhyaprana or Vayu. Once it was composed, SriMadhvacharya himself composed two shlokas to be recited before and after thereby endorsing it.
* Please note this is still a “Work In Progress”. With Sri Hari Vayu’s grace I should be able to complete it shortly