Sri U Ve M.S. Srikanth Swamin


Srimathe Gopaladesika Mahadesikaya Nama:

Srimathe Raghuveera Mahadesikaya Nama:

Sri U Ve MangaLam S. Srikanth Swamin

Adiyen. Brief note about "Sudharsana Vaageesha Kalanidhi" Sri U Ve MangaLam S. Srikanth Swamin:

"Sudharsana Vaageesha Kalanidhi" Sri U Ve MangaLam S. Srikanth Swamin is a scholar in Visishtadvaita Vedanta. Swamin is an Assistant Professor in Department of Vedanta (Visishtadvaita), Sri Ahobhilamutt Sanskrit College, Madhurantakam. Swamin has completed M.A (Visishtadvaita Vedanta) & M.Phil. Presently, Swamin is pursuing his Doctorate (PhD) under the guidance of Dr.O.R.Devanathan, Professor and Head of the Department, Department of Sanskrit, The Presidency College, Chennai.   

Swamin has studied Sastras in the traditional Gurukula method under the tutelage of eminent Srivaishnava scholar (Late) Sri U Ve Pudukkottai Seshadri Swamin. Swamin has studied certain aspects of Sastras from Sri U Ve Kaniyampakkam Devanathachariar Swamin, presently Vice Chancellor, S.V. Vedic University Tirupathi. 

Currently, Swamin undergoes traditional lessons in Sastras from Sri U Ve Mannargudi Rajagopalachariar Swamin and Sri U Ve Valayapettai Ramachariar Swamin.  

Swamin actively participates and presents his "vicaras" (thoughts) in Vakyartha Vicara Sadas (an assembly where discussions are held on different topics of Sastras by scholars) conducted by various organizations like Sri Parakala Mutt, Sri Ahobila Mutt, Srirangam Srimad Andavan Ashramam, Srimad Andavan Poundareekapuram Swami Ashramam and Sri Sankara Mutt. 

Though Swamin's primary interest lies in Sanskrit, Swamin is also proficient in delivering upanyasams in Tamil in his inimitable style on various topics including ThiruppAvai and Ramayanam.

It will be pertinent here to recall that bhagavatas had the good fortune of listening to Swamin's recent upanyAsams on srI kAmasikAshTakam and srI dasAvatAra stOtram (ongoing).

Adiyen take this opportunity to offer our heartfelt thanks to Swamin for agreeing to adiyongal's request to deliver tele-upanyAsams.

 Bhagavatas are requested to participate in this kainkaryam and benefit. Dhanyosmi.