In order to propagate Hindu dharma throughout the country by means of Dasasahitya, Sri Sri Subudhendra Theertharu, the present pontiff of Jagadguru Sriman Madhwacharya Moola Mahasamsthana Sri Raghavendra Swamy Matha initiated the Sri Guru Sarvabhouma Dasa Sahitya Project in March 2015, the holy day of the aaradhana of Sri Vyasarajaru as well as the aradhana of Sri Suyateendra Teertharu at Mantralaya with the grace and divine blessings of Sri Guru Raghavendra Swamy.
The project is aimed towards the growth of values propounded by Hindu culture by engaging the various Bhajana groups to instill the values of Bhakti, Dharma, Culture, in the minds and the environment of people.
In order to showcase the richness of the movement, organizing Dasara Aaradhanas, summer camps, discourses, quizzes, Exhibhitions about dasaru would be undertaken in all cities, towns and villages. Pada-yaatra between major piligrim centres would also be organised.
Dasa Sahitya Museum
The Veda’s and Upanishad’s extol the various incarnations of Srihari. They speak of His form, nature and actions, of the secrets of His Creation, the glory of Demigods, the manifestation of “Om”, the different paths of devotion, the various secrets held by Vedanta’s and the magnificence of His three abodes.
As praised in the Dasapada “Vrindavanavo Harimandiravo”, one can experience this brilliance at Sri Raghavendra Swami’s Brindavana at Mantralaya. For the benefit of society, and in order to present and preserve our native customs and traditions, eminent Haridasa’s have presented the very essence of the Vedas, Purana’s and Upanishads in simple Kannada so as to impress the dullest mind.
The momentous undertaking of show casing the rare and extremely meaningful works of great Haridasa’s in the form of oil paintings has been taken up by the present pontiff of Sri Raghavendra Swamy Mutt, Mantralaya, His Holiness, 1008 Sri Sri Subudhendra Teertha Swamy.
The proposed Dasa Sahitya Museum will have two wings namely “Dasa Sahitya Darshana” and “Dasa Jeevana Darshana” show casing the works and lives of the illustrious Haridasa’s respectively.