Maha Bhakta Vijayam

Maha Bhakta Vijayam, is a most famous work which describes the greatness of Lord Vithoba also called as Lord Vittal, is a form of Lord Krishna, and it was read by Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi, and he also recommends his devotees and followers to keep a copy of book in their homes.

Maha Bhakta Vijayam contains several chapters, and it is bigger in size than that of Mahabharatam and Ramayanam. It was written during 17th century AD, by Sri Nabaji Siddha who is considered to be an avatar of Lord Brahma. It contains the life history of hundreds of devotees of Lord Vithoba.

Sri Nabaji Siddha had written this great text in a simplified manner, and it was highly praised by the then kings and the scholars, and by the devotees of Lord Vithoba. The great saint and poet, Mahipati Bavaji had added some more features in the divine text, “Maha Bhakta Vijayam” during the year 1780 AD and gave a new title for the book as ‘Bhakta Vijaya’. It was translated in various Indian languages, and it was translated in Tamil language also and it was published by Saidapuram Umapati Mudaliar in the year 1864 A.D.

It covers the life history of Varkari Saints such as ChokaMela, SantThukaram, Savata Mali, MeeraBai and others. Those who have read the entire book have experienced many good changes in their lives, and they had shared their experiences with others. Panduranga is a famous form of Lord Krishna, and he is very benevolent towards his devotees. Similar to reading the holy texts Bhagavatham and Bhagavat Gita, we can taste the divine nectar from the divine book, Maha Bhakta Vijayam, in order to attain the grace of Lord Panduranga. In this difficult Kaliyuga, without the grace of the god, nothing is possible. Hence let us fill up our mind with full of spiritual thoughts on Lord Krishna.


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