Vijaya Dasa (c. 1682– c. 1755) was a prominent saint from the Haridasa tradition of Karnataka, India in the 18th century, and a scholar of the Dvaita philosophical tradition. Along with contemporary haridasa saints such as Gopala Dasa, Helevankatte Giriamma, Jagannatha Dasa and Prasanna Venkata Dasa, he propagated the virtues of the philosophy of Madhwacharya across South India through devotional songs called devaranama written in the Kannada language
His 25,000 extant compositions earned him the title Dasa Shrestha (noble among the dasas). His compositions which use many Sanskrit words come under the category of Kalasha and Urasu creations and are considered an important component of Kannada literature (Kannada Sahitya).
This is a module comprising of few rare and gem of compositions by Vijayadasaru
Prerequisite : Basic carnatic music knowledge like Geethams/ Varnams
No. of Sessions: 8 (1hr)
Age: 12 yrs and above
Class Size : Individual & Group (max 10 students and min 3 students)
Jayajaya mooshikagamama( Raga Mohana)
Gajavadana Paliso (Hamsadhwani)
Pampatheeradha linga ( Raga Purvikalyani)
Munjaane edhu ( Raga Revati)
Nodidhe giriya ( Raga Valachi)
Guru Purandara Dasare (Hindola)
Jagathpathiya thoramma ( Raga kalyani)
Indu nodidhe (Raga Sindhu Bhairavi)
Note: The above list of kritis is subject to modifications depending on the student’s abilities and preferences.