Sanskrit scholar Bannanje Govindacharya no more
Team Udayavani, Dec 13, 2020, 11:40 AM IST
Udupi: Sanskrit scholar Bannanje Govindacharya passed away on Sunday, December 13 at his residence in Ambalpady.
Bannanje was born in 1936 in Udupi and was a Sanskrit scholar versed in Veda Bhashya, Upanishad Bhashya, Mahabharata, Puranas, and Ramayana. He has also written Bhashyas or commentaries on Veda Suktas, Upanishads, ShataRudriya, BrahmaSutra Bhashya, Gita Bhashya and is an orator.
Govindacharya is one of the greatest experts on the Madhvas Tattvavada or Madhva philosophy, best known for his pravachanas or discourses which are very popular among Tuluvas and Kannadigas all over the world.
His Speeches have covered almost all the philosophical texts and amount to more than 10000 hours. His pravachanas (discourses) have made him a household name among Tuluvas and Kannadigas.
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