TEXT 114
tattva-vādī saha kaila tattvera vicāra
āpanāke hīna-buddhi haila tāṅ-sabāra
SYNONYMS
tattva-vādī—a section of the Madhvācārya-sampradāya; saha—with; kaila—did; tattvera—of the Absolute Truth; vicāra—discussion; āpanāke—themselves; hīna-buddhi—consideration as inferior in quality; haila—was; tāṅ-sabāra—of all the opposing parties.
TRANSLATION
Caitanya Mahāprabhu also had a discussion with the Tattvavādī community, and the Tattvavādīs felt themselves to be inferior Vaiṣṇavas.
PURPORT
The Tattvavādī sect belongs to Madhvācārya's Vaiṣṇava community, but its behavior differs from the strict Madhvācārya Vaiṣṇava principles. There is one monastery named Uttararāḍhī, and its commander is named Raghuvarya Tīrtha Madhvācārya.

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