Munitraya Sampradayam

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Munitraya Sampradayam is a Vaishnava denomination. The word Munitraya is derived from the words "three sages". The followers of Munitraya Sampradayam are affiliated to mathas founded by Srinivasa, Ranganatha and Vedanta Ramanuja (not to be confused with Ramanuja), the three foremost disciples of Srimath Thirukkudanthai Desikan also known as Gopalarya Mahadesikan. The followers of the Munitraya mostly belong to the Vadakalai Iyengar.

References[edit]

  • Jagadeesan, N. (1977). History of Sri Vaishnavism in the Tamil country: post-Ramanuja. Koodal Publishers. p. 161.
  • The cultural heritage of India: Sri Ramakrishna centenary memorial. Sri Ramakrishna centenary committee. 1936. p. 100.