Madhava

Mādhava means Lord Krishna an incarnation of Vishnu. It may also refer to: *a Sanskrit patronymic, "descendant of Madhu (a man of the Yadu tribe)". ** especially of Krishna as incarnations of Vishnu, see Madhava (Vishnu) *** an icon of Krishna ** Madhava of Sangamagrama, fourteenth-century Indian mathematician ** Madhvacharya, philosopher in the Vaishnavism tradition ** Madhava Vidyaranya, Advaita saint and brother of Sayana ** Venkata Madhava, 10th to 12th century commentator of the Rigveda ** Madhavdeva, 16th-century proponent of Ekasarana dharma, neo-Vaishnavism of Assam *relating to springtime; the first month of spring, see Chaitra *a name of Vishnu *Madhava or Madhava-kara, an Indian physician of the 7th or early 8th century Provided by Wikipedia
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by Mādhava
Published 1865
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by Dāsa, Mādʹhava
Published 1881
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