Sri HariVayuStuti is composed by Trivikrama Panditacharya, a direct disciple of Sri Madhvacharya. He was a great scholar in advaita. His father on his death bed, told Trivikrama Panditacharya, that nirguna brahma upasana had not helped him and he was not content. So Trivikrama Panditacharya read advaita with an open mind.

When Sri Madhvacharya arrived in Kudil, King Jayasimha returned the works of Srimadacharya with great pomp and honour. During that time, he debated for 18 days with Srimadacharya, after which he accepted Tattvavada wholeheartedly.

He is a great sanskrit scholar as is evident from the composition from Sri HariVayu Stuti. He is also believed to be Rudra Devara amsha.


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