Shreevedavardhana Teertha appointed as chief seer of Shiroor matha

09:05 AM May 15, 2021 | Team Udayavani |

Udupi: A day after being ordained as a sanyasi, Shreevedavardhana Teertha has been appointed as the new chief seer of the Shiroor matha.


The Pattabhishekha ceremony involved placing the matha’s idol on a plate and then being placed on the head of the new chief seer.

Additionally, two saplings were also planted by Shreevedavardhana Teertha.


Later, the chief seer visited the Sri Krishna matha and took blessings of Paryaya Adamaru matha’s Sri Eeshapriya Teertha.

“Madhvacharya’s message to the world was that we should do our karma and enjoy the fruits of it. God Sri Krishna is the head of the whole world and blesses us all,” said the new seer after the ceremony.

“Vedas and other scriptures are the basis for Sanatana Dharma. We have named the new chief seer Shreevedavardhana Teertha. As such, they will be involved in the protection of Dharma. Dr Udayakumar Saralathaya recited the Puranas at the Sri Krishna matha for two years. Now, as his Karma, his son has become the chief seer, said Shree Vishwavallabha Teertha,” chief seer of the Sode matha.


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