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Veda Brahma Turuvekere Subrahmanya Vishweshwara Dikshith also known as T. S. Vishweshwara Dikshith was the composer of the famous Sree Srikanteshwara Suprabhata Stotram of Lord Srikanteshwara of Nanjangud in Mysore district in the Indian state of Karnataka.

Vishweshwara Dikshith was born in Turuvekere, a small town in Tumkur district and was the Sanskrit Professor in Maharaja College in the Royal Kingdom of Mysore. He was also the Aasthana Vidwan of Alankaara Shasthra of King Jayachamaraja Wodeyar Bahadur.

T. S. Vishweshwara Dikshith was a learned Sanskrit scholar in several Vedas (Yajur Veda in particular) and specialized in Ghana Krama - which is supposed to be the essense of the Vedas. He also composed the Sree Sharada Suprabhata and Sree Chandramoulishwara Suprabhata of Shringeri and Mysore temples respectively. He was a Ghana Pati and Master of several Shastras such as Alankara Shastra, Jyothishya Shastra (Astrology), Tarka, and Vyakarna(Literature) to name a few. He received several awards and accolodates from the Maharaja of Mysore, their holiness the pointiffs' of Sringeri Sharada Peetham and Kanchi Kamakoti Peetam respectively for contributions made to Sanskrit.


Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T._S._Vishweshwara_Dikshith



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