Why Draupadi married 5 Pandavas (men) (husbands) (correct meaning) | Why Draupadi had 5 husbands
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Just before going to “Why Draupadi married 5 Pandavas (men) (husbands) (correct meaning) | Why Draupadi had 5 husbands“, let us know few basic and important information.
Not all people can understand this easily, as in Kali Yuga the main and first thing that comes into a liberal’s mind is copulation (sex).
Even though there are many people who think only of coition (sex).
But there are few people even in this Kali Yuga, who can understand the divine and correct message given in this incidence of:
“Why Draupadi married 5 Pandavas (men) (husbands) (correct meaning) | Why Draupadi had 5 husbands“.
Let us know what is that divine and correct unknown incidence of “Why Draupadi married 5 Pandavas (men) (husbands) (correct meaning) | Why Draupadi had 5 husbands“:
Dear friends, I urge you to read the below post fully and with highest care. So that you can understand the tattva (divine truth) correctly and fully.
Many people without knowing anything talk whatever they want, however they want etc. about our Hindu Gods, Goddesses, Bhagavan, Devatas / Demigods etc.
But these types of people would never try to understand what the real facts are? What is the hidden secret behind our Great Sanatana Dharma?
They do this because, they just want to talk something, or want to chat something, so that they can enjoy their lives, time with their friends, family, relatives etc.
But surely these people will have to pay for all those things one or the other day. IT IS OF SURE!
One such great example is about the Great Sri Draupadi Devi. Let us understand correct divine facts / tattva / greatness of Sri Draupadi Devi.
List of unknown facts about Draupadi marrying 5 men (Pandavas):
Draupadi is not a single woman | Draupadi is the amalgamation of 5 divine ladies (Devis) | Draupadi took birth from fire |
Draupadi married to all the 5 Pandavas | That 5 Devis are Bharati, Parvati, Shachi, Shyamala and Usha | Draupadi (Bharati) is next Sarasvati Devi in next Kalpa |
Draupadi had the powers to be wife of that particular husband at that particular time. | That is, as one Devi she was consort of that particular husband only |
Other Devis were leaving Draupadi’s body | Lord Krishna was best friend of Draupadi | Then, how can someone can question about Draupadi |
Swayam Lord (Sage) Sri Vedavyasa Ji agreed the marriage of Draupadi with 5 Pandavas | Vedavyasa is an avatar of Lord Vishnu, similar to Lord Krishna | And many more as given below…
Five Pandavas names are as given here: Sri Yudhisthira, Sri Bhima Deva, Sri Arjuna, Sri Nakula and Sri Sahadeva.
All of the above got married the great, auspicious and divine Sri Draupadi Devi.
Now many may have the question, how is this possible? How can one woman can marry 5 men?
Isn’t it incorrect to do so? How can a single woman can manage with five men?
How can a single lady can share her whole life with five men? Is she a really a woman or something else? Etc. etc. etc. question may arrive in many people’s mind.
But most of the people don’t want to know the real facts of this great Devi (divine lady) and just want to talk whatever they want to.
Let us know about these now. The Great Divine woman Sri Draupadi Devi is not one woman. But instead, she is the amalgamation of five different entities (5 divine ladies / devis).
Those five different entities or divine lady’s names are: Goddess Sri Bharati Devi, Goddess Sri Parvati Devi, Goddess Sri Shachi Devi, Goddess Sri Shyamala Devi and Goddess Sri Usha Devi
In moola / originally Goddess Sri Bharati Devi is the wife of Sri Mukhya Prana Deva (Lord Sri Vayu Deva) |
Goddess Sri Parvati Devi is the wife of Lord Shiva / Sri Rudra Deva | Goddess Sri Shachi Devi is the wife of Lord Sri Indra Deva |
Goddess Sri Shyamala Devi is the wife of Lord Sri Yama Deva | Goddess Sri Usha Devi is the wife of the twin brothers Sri Ashvini Kumaras (Kumars) (two Demigods) |
Our Shastras (Hindu Texts) says that, Sri Draupadi Devi or Goddess Sri Bharati Devi (one part of Sri Draupadi Devi) will be the next Goddess Sri Sarasvati Devi in the next Maha Kalpa.
[We should note that Lord Sri Brahma Deva, Goddess Sri Sarasvati Devi, Lord Shiva (Lord Sri Rudra Deva), etc. are all the padavis / ranks given by Lord Sri Maha Vishnu to them.]
(Only Lord Sri Vishnu is permanent & eternal and all others will be changed every now and then as per the padavi / ranks starting from Lord Sri Brahma Deva.)
The present Lord Sri Brahma Deva’s lifespan is about 100 years as per the Brahma Loka / Satya Loka.
Now it is 51st year running for the present Lord Sri Brahma Deva as per the Brahma Loka / Satya Loka.
After the 100 years of Brahma Loka / Satya Loka, a new Lord Sri Brahma Deva is born.
The next new Lord Sri Brahma Deva is none other then, the present Sri Mukhya Prana Deva or Lord Sri Vayu Deva.
Lord Sri Vayu Deva is one who was born as the great bhakta / devotee of Lord Sri Rama, that is, Hanuman in Treta Yuga.
Hanuman (or Lord Sri Vayu Deva) is none other than the great bhakta / devotee of Lord Sri Krishna, that is, Bhima in the Dvapara Yuga.
Lord Sri Vayu Deva (or Hanuman or Bhima / Bhimasena) is none other then the great bhakta / devotee of Lord (Sage) Sri Vedavyasa Ji, that is, Sri Madhwacharya Ji in Kali Yuga.
(Sri Madhvacharya Ji is the modern great Saint who again restarted the Dvaita Paramapara / Tradition in Kali Yuga who had lost due to ignorance of the mankind).
Thus it is very clearly mentioned in our Bharatiya Sanatana Dharma Shastras (Hindu Texts) that, Goddess Sri Bharati Devi or Sri Draupadi Devi is the next Goddess Sri Sarasvati Devi in the next Maha Kalpa.
And the present Sri Mukhya Prana Deva (Lord Sri Vayu Deva) will become the next Lord Sri Brahma Deva in the next Maha Kalpa.
As said above, Sri Draupadi Devi had the powers to be wife of that particular husband at that particular time. That is:
With Yudhisthira, Sri Draupadi Devi was taking the form of Goddess Sri Shyamala Devi.
(Yudhishthira is an avatar of Lord Sri Yama Deva and his consort is Goddess Sri Shyamala Devi.)
With Bhima, Sri Draupadi Devi was taking the form of Goddess Sri Bharati Devi.
(Bhima is an avatar of Lord Sri Vayu Deva and his consort is Goddess Sri Bharati Devi.)
With Arjuna, Sri Draupadi Devi was taking the form of Goddess Sri Shachi Devi.
(Arjuna is an avatar of Lord Sri Indra Deva and his consort is Goddess Sri Shachi Devi.)
With Nakula and Sahadeva, Sri Draupadi Devi was taking the form of Goddess Sri Usha Devi.
[Nakula and Sahadeva are the avatars of Ashvini Kumaras (Kumars) (There original names are Nasatya and Dasra) and their consort is Goddess Sri Usha Devi.]
So before talking anything about anybody we should be highly careful.
If we touch Agni (fire) knowingly or unknowingly it will cause destruction to us. Thus if we talk knowingly or unknowingly against anybody it will cause great harm to us in the future.
BE CAREFUL WHILE TALKING AND ALSO WHILE THINKING ILL ABOUT SOMEONE, ESPECIALLY ABOUT HINDU GODS AND GODDESSES.
Just question yourself: Svayam (Directly) Lord Sri Krishna was always with Sri Draupadi Devi throughout her life.
If Lord Sri Krishna was with her means, she can’t be an ill woman at all. She is definitely a highly important Divine woman.
Now let us further know about the reality of Sri Draupadi Devi as given below:
One of the most trickiest question in Mahabharata is the issue of Draupadi’s wedding with five Pandavas.
This may look like a contrary to the social norms of the time, plainly opposed by Hindu Sanatana Dharma Shastras (Hindu Texts).
In Mahabharata, the Pancha (five) Pandavas proceed on the implicit assumption that they must obey the order of their mother Kunti Devi, who had directed them to share whatever they had brought home on that particular day.
Usually, Pancha (five) Pandavas were bringing food, which they were sharing routinely amongst the six, that is among:
Kunti Devi, Yudhisthira, Bhima, Arjuna, Nakula and Sahadeva
So many may think, if the mother Kunti mistakenly or knowing the reality advises sharing of whatever the Pandavas were bringing on that particular day, should the Pandavas take their mother’s words blindly?
This is indeed true, the Pandavas took such blinkered view and without any question, decided to share Sri Draupadi Devi as wife-in-common for the Pancha (five) Pandavas, that is, five Pandavas.
Now, naturally when Sri Draupadi Devi’s father Drupada and brother Dhrustadyumna objected to such bizarre proposal, the eldest among the Pandavas, that is, Yudhisthira states that:
“though I cannot quote scriptural support, my mind is always firmly planted in Dharma, and my thoughts would never stray into Adharma.”
(We should always remember that Yudhisthira is an avatar of Lord Sri Yama Deva also called as Dharma Raja.)
(Here Dharma name is given to Lord Sri Yama Deva, as he always follows the Dharma in the correct path and there is no deviation of Dharma here. Yudhisthira perfectly knows about the Dharma more than any other Demigod.)
Thus, the proposal of Pancha Pandavas / five brothers to marry Sri Draupadi Devi is in accordance with Dharma itself.
Then, no less a person than Lord (Sage) Sri Vedavyasa Ji (He is an avatar of Lord Sri Vishnu) appears and convinces Drupada and his family by citing the precedents of yore – Jatila, marrying seven sages at a time, Marisha marrying ten Prachetas.
(To know more information about “ten Prachetas marrying one single woman called Marisha“, you can visit this below link:)
Thus Sanatana Dharma had evidence of a single woman marrying multiple gents.
Therefore, evidently, the exceptions do not disprove the rule. Exceptions remain the exceptions to the general rule.
(We have a great perfect Vaishnava saint by name Sri Madhvacharya Ji, who has written a commentary on the Mahabharata called “Mahabharata Tatparya Nirnaya” – in short nowadays it is called as ‘MTN‘.)
In MTN some more explanation to the statements of Lord (Sage) Sri Vedavyasa Ji has been given. We will see them one by one.
In the great Mahabharata, two stories are narrated and explained on how Sri Draupadi Devi ended up marrying Pancha Pandavas / five husbands.
(My dear friends, let us understand the correct meaning behind these stories very slowly and giving our 100% importance without thinking anything else.)
Let us start: One story is that Sri Draupadi Devi is the personification of the wealth of the heaven. Sri Draupadi Devi is called as ‘Svarga Sri‘.
[Before proceeding, we should know that Lord Sri Indra Deva is a padavi (post / position / rank) and not a name.]
[In every Manvantara Lord Sri Indra Deva changes after that particular Lord Sri Indra Deva completes his period.]
(This is similar to electing a PM of India. Only difference is that, in India the PM is elected by common people by the election procedure. Whereas the Lord Sri Indra Deva is selected by svayam (directly) Lord Sri Vishnu.)
To know about the “list of different Manvantaras, Indras, Manus“, you can visit this link:
Let us continue with the story of Mahabharata:
Five different Lord Sri Indra Devas were imprisoned in a cave by Lord Shiva on account of their arrogant behavior.
These same five Lord Sri Indra Devas took birth on earth as Pancha (five) Pandavas in the Dwapara Yuga.
(We should always remember that the Svarga Loka‘s Lord Sri Indra Deva is called as Indra, and also Indra has other meanings.)
(Indra means king, a great personality, Brahma Deva is also called as Indra, even Lord Sri Vishnu is also called as Indra.)
(We must note that Lord Sri Vishnu’s one of the name is ‘Indirapati. Here Indira is Goddess Sri Lakshmi Devi name. Her pati / consort is Lord Sri Vishnu.)
Let us continue with our story: So, it was but natural that Sri Draupadi Devi who is the personification of the wealth of heaven should marry them together.
(Please refer the initial part of this post about Sri Draupadi Devi’s amalgamation of five Divine Devis.)
Now let us understand the second story:
Second story is of a kanya / maiden / virgin who addressed her Tapas to Lord Shiva.
When Lord Shiva appeared before her, in her anxiety and haste, she begged Lord Shiva five times, to grant her a worthy husband.
Thus Lord Shiva took her unintended prarthana / prayer literally and granted her five husbands.
That kanya / maiden / virgin was the one who took birth as Sri Draupadi Devi.
(Dear friends, here we need the understand the correct and inner meaning of the story. Let us do the same.)
But, Sri Madhvacharya Ji in his ‘MTN‘ back’s up Pandavas decision to marry Sri Draupadi Devi together with altogether different justification.
(Please remember this is the short form of the commentary written by this MTN Sri Madhvacharya Ji called ‘Mahabharata Tatparya Nirnaya‘.)
Sri Madhvacharya Ji also provides some explanation to the above two stories as given below:
Bhimasena (Bhima) who is an avatar of Lord Sri Vayu Deva along with his consort Goddess Sri Bharati Devi is the key to this solution.
Sri Madhvacharya Ji adopts a principle known as ‘niyata patni‘ (नियत पत्नी) (niyata patnī), for all the deities who take birth on earth for whatever reason.
This means, the female deity who is the wife in the heaven or the abode of that deity will take birth on earth along with her husband and eventually become his wife on earth.
Bhimasena (Bhima) is the original Lord Sri Vayu deva, who is at the same level to Lord Sri Brahma Deva as per ‘taratamya’ (तारतम्य) (tāratamya) (Hierarchy of Gods).
(Please remember this is taratamya and not bhedhabhava (भेदभाव) (bhēdabhāva). Taratamya means hierarchy and bhedhabhava means differentiating.)
(To know about the “hierarchy of Hindu Gods and Goddess“, you can visit this link:)
Bhimasena’s (Bhima) wife Bharati (Sri Vayu Deva’s consort), the Goddess of learning and speech, is above other deities like:
Lord Sri Adishesha Deva, Lord Sri Garuda Deva and Lord Sri Rudra Deva (Lord Shiva) and stands next only to her husband, that is –
Lord Sri Vayu Deva (3rd position), Goddess Sri Lakshmi Devi (2nd position) and Lord Sri Vishnu (1st position) (Goddess Sri Bharati Devi is in 4th position).
Thus, Sri Draupadi Devi was Goddess Sri Bharati Devi’s avatar and was entitled to marry Bhimasena (Bhima).
But, how did Sri Draupadi Devi also accepted Yudhisthira, Arjuna, Nakula and Sahadeva as her husbands?
There is another complex story behind that decision of Sri Draupadi Devi.
Sri Madhvacharya Ji adopts a concept called ‘avesha avatar’ (आवेश अवतार) (āvēśa avatāra), that is, part of the avatar, but not a full avatar in his MTN.
This ‘avesha avatar‘ can be roughly described as manifestation of characteristics one person in another person (In simple word amalgamation of two or more different entities inside a single body).
For example, Dhritarashtra was originally a Gandharva and hence, a good character.
But Dhritarashtra due to Kali’s (Kali Yuga’s Kali) ‘avesha avatar‘, Dhritarashtra acted unfairly towards Pandavas.
Another instance is of Yudhisthira, who being son of Lord Sri Yama Deva was very virtuous. But, due to Kali’s (Kali Yuga’s Kali) ‘avesha avatar‘, he gambled away everything.
The story narrated by Sri Madhvacharya Ji goes like this as given below:
Once, in the presence of Lord Sri Brahma Deva, four female Devis, that is –
Goddess Sri Parvati Devi (Lord Shiva’s wife), Goddess Sri Shachi Devi (Indra’s wife), Goddess Sri Shyamala Devi (Yama Deva’s wife) and Goddess Sri Usha Devi (wife of Ashwini Kumaras / Kumars, the twins) misbehaved with their respective husbands.
For this, Lord Sri Brahma Deva cursed them for their misbehavior to take birth on earth in a common body and receive contact of men other than their respective husbands. (MTN:18:108-111).
These four Devis together approached Goddess Sri Bharati Devi by doing Tapas, who was superior to them in the hierarchy and begged Goddess Sri Bharatai Devi to resolve this undesirable situation.
The four Devis deities told Goddess Sri Bharati Devi, that they would not want to be touched by any deity other than Lord Sri Vayu Deva.
These four Devis narrate one more story, which complicates the matter.
Once the four Devis appeared before Lord Sri Brahma Deva in a single body (again here amalgamation of four Devis) just to have a good laugh, when Lord Sri Brahma Deva would fail to recognize them as four persons.
Lord Sri Brahma Deva saw their trick twice, but said nothing and kept quiet. The four Devis repeated this jest the third time.
But now, Lord Sri Brahma Deva cursed them to take birth on the earth three times, in a single body.
Thus, under the two curses of Lord Sri Brahma Deva, they would have to take births on the earth.
Under the second curse of Lord Sri Brahma Deva, they are not bound to come in contact with other men.
The narration becomes more complex with Sri Madhvacharya Ji adding that Sri Draupadi Devi had the ‘aavesha avatar‘ of Goddess Sri Parvati Devi (MTN:18:105).
Thus, in her birth as Sri Draupadi Devi, Goddess Sri Bharati Devi has four more personalities or ‘aavesha avatars’ in her.
Together, they take birth as a Brahmin girl and address Tapas to Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva appears and blesses them with husbands in a rather peculiar manner:
“Goddess Sri Bharati Devi would attain her prescribed husband, that is, Lord Sri Vayu Deva in all the earthly births, whereas, other Devis would attain their prescribed husbands only in one of the four births.”
Thus, to some extent, Lord Shiva annuls Lord Sri Brahma Deva’s curse of having to come in physical contact with other men in their earthly birth.
In this birth as a Brahmin girl, they gave up the body without marrying anyone. Thus, one human life was spent without a husband.
In the second birth, they are born to King Nala, known as Indrasena (Also called Nalayani Indrasena). In this birth, they marry the Rishi Mudgala.
Next birth as Sri Draupadi Devi. In MTN there is no explanation of the fourth births, but it has narrated the story of only three births of these Devis.
After some time, Mudgala leaves his wife Indrasena, for doing Tapas.
Indrasena also performs Tapas addressing Lord Shiva to beg the boon of joining their prescribed husbands in the next birth. Lord Shiva grants this boon.
But, out of their ignorance, the four female Devis within Indrasena felt that they would end up with five husbands.
Lord Sri Indra Deva finds four Devis crying, and inquires about the reason.
They point out to Lord Shiva, who had come in the form of a bachelor boy and explain the boon given by him.
When Lord Sri Indra Deva admonishes the bachelor boy for giving such boon, Lord Shiva shows his true self and curses him (Indra Deva) to take birth on earth.
This explains the story in Mahabharata of one maiden accidently praying for five husbands.
Lord Sri Brahma Deva curses Lord Shiva for interfering with his curse, to take birth on the earth, and not have the privilege of marrying, but live very long on earth.
Thus Lord Shiva is born as Ashwatthama, the son of Drona (Dronacharya) during the Mahabharata period.
So, did each Pandavas enjoy five women in single female body? No, according to Sri Madhvacharya Ji.
Just before the time of marriage, when Pandavas and Drupada debate the propriety of five brothers marrying one woman, Lord (Sage) Sri Vedavyasa Ji intervenes and tells him that –
The Pandavas are actually Yama (Yudhishthira), Vayu (Bhima), Indra (Arjuna), Nasatya (Nakula) and Dasra (Sahadeva) (last two are Ashwini Kumars twins).
In his daughter’s body (that is, Sri Draupadi Devi’s body) there are five Devis who are in reality wives of these five male deities.
(Note: Both Ashwini Kumars are married to one Devi, that is, Goddess Sri Usha Devi.)
Lord (Sage) Sri Vedavyasa Ji grants Drupada supernatural sight with which he sees his daughter standing with five Devis as their wife. (MTN:19:154-156).
Sri Madhvacharya Ji terminates this rather confusing string of stories with the statement from Lord Sri Brahma Deva, that in all matters other than sexual intercourse, Parvati and Bharati will act together.
Thus, Sri Madhvacharya Ji maintains that though Sri Draupadi Devi had married the Pancha Pandavas, at any given time, she was the niyata patni (prescribed) wife for that particular Pandava at that particuluar time.
Hence, the arrangement of Sri Draupadi Devi marrying five Pandavas did not violate any scriptural prescriptions.
Sri Madhvacharya Ji does not also explain, why in the first two births, these four Devis do not get husbands as per the curse of Lord Sri Brahma Deva.
As Brahmin kanya / maiden, they get no husband at all. As Indrasena, they get only one husband.
There is no reference to the third birth of these female Devis, though some commentators on MTN explain that in the second and third births, the name was Indrasena.
Thus, the complex explanation proffered in MTN further complicates the matter with Lord Sri Brahma Deva cursing the four Devis, Lord Shiva granting boons to annul Lord Sri Brahma Deva’s curse, Lord Sri Brahma Deva cursing Lord Shiva and so on…
A commentator on MTN goes to the extent of explaining that in the single body of Sri Draupadi Devi, there were four more Devis (besides Goddess Sri Bharati Devi), that is –
Goddess Sri Parvati Devi, Goddess Sri Shachi Devi, Goddess Sri Shyamala Devi and Goddess Sri Usha Devi.
When Sri Draupadi Devi was living with Yudhisthira, Goddess Sri Shyamala Devi (consort of Lord Sri Yama Deva) would be dominant.
When Sri Draupadi Devi was living with Arjuna, Goddess Sri Shachi Devi (consort of Lord Sri Indra Deva) would be dominant.
When Sri Draupadi Devi was living with the twins Nakula and Sahadeva, Goddess Sri Usha Devi (consort of Ashwini Kumaras / Kumars) would be dominant.
Though Goddess Sri Parvati Devi had presence in that body, she had no role in matrimonial life. (MTN:19:183).
When one Devi was active, others would come out of the body. Thus, everyday, they would be reborn as virgins! (Commentary on MTN:19:186).
Finally, Sri Madhvacharya Ji explains that whatever he has stated so far are also found in the Vedas and Puranas.
Even after death, in the Svarga Loka (Heaven) Yudhisthira is clearly told by Lord Sri Indra Deva that Sri Draupadi Devi is the prescribed wife of Lord Sri Vayu Deva.
Both were far superior to Yudhisthira (avatar of Lord Sri Yama Deva) in the hierarchy.
When Yudhisthira notices Sri Draupadi Devi standing next to Bhimasena (Bhima) (avatar of Lord Sri Vayu Deva) amongst the other deities and tries to reach her,
Lord Sri Indra Deva admonishes him and tells that the four Pandavas are neither eligible nor fit to touch Sri Draupadi Devi.
(That is, the Devi present as amalgamation inside in Sri Draupadi Devi, that is, Goddess Sri Bharati Devi). (MTN:32:123).
This explanation is not present in any of the Puranas or Mahabharata, there is no such explanation for justifying the Pandava marriage to a single wife.
If we know the Sanatana Dharma, the great Epic Mahabharata is later in point of time, compared to the Great Vedas.
Vaidika / Vedic society no longer existed in Kali Yuga (Today’ time frame). If existed also, it is very minimal. The Vedas and Mahabharata do not overlap in any manner.
By the time Mahabharata’s story developed it was the age of empires and kingdoms. Smritis and Dharmasutras have developed by then.
We should always remember that the Vedas present today is of the minimal quantity. We have lost a large amount (99.99%) of Vedas as time has passed.
In Satya Yuga, the quantity of Vedas was different. Later in the Treta Yuga, the quantity started to diminish.
In Dvapara Yuga, the quantity diminished further. In the present Kali Yuga, the quantity of Vedas is highly minimal.
Thus we can’t predict that the explanation given by Sri Madhvacharya Ji is correct or half baked.
We need to remember that Sri Madhvacharya is an avatar of Lord Sri Vayu Deva.
The first Avatar of Sri Vayu was Hanuman, son of Anjana Devi. His wonderful feats and service to Lord Sri Rama are described in the RAMAYANA.
To support the different avatars of Sri Vayu Deva, the following shloka explains the same:
प्रथमो हनुमान् नामा द्वितीयो भीम एव च | पूर्णप्रज्ञः तृतीयस्तु भगवत्कार्य साधकः ||
ಪ್ರಥಮೋ ಹನುಮಾನ್ ದ್ವಿತೀಯೋ ಭೀಮ ಏವ ಚ । ಪೂರ್ಣಪ್ರಜ್ಞ ತೃತೀಯಸ್ಟು ಭಗವದ್ಕಾರ್ಯ ಸಾಧಕಃ ।।
prathamō hanumān dvitīyō bhīma ēva ca। pūrṇaprajña tr̥tīyasṭu bhagavadkārya sādhakaḥ।।
The second Avatar is of Sri Bhimasena (Bhima). In Dwapara Yuga, Lord Sri Vayu Deva appeared as Bhimasena (Bhima) and played the most important part in the destruction of the enemies of God.
(First avatar was of Hanuman in the Treta Yuga and third is Sri Madhvacharya JI in the Kali Yuga.)
In the entire Mahabharata, Bhimasena (Bhima) played the most important role.
Bhima is the one who never slipped from the path of Dharma / righteousness and served Lord Sri Krishna throughout his life.
Thus, Lord Sri Vayu Deva served Lord Sri Rama as Hanuman in Ramayana. As Bhimasena (Bhima) served Lord Sri Krishna in Mahabharata.
And as Sri Madhvacharya Ji (Poornapragna / Anandatirtha), serving Lord (Sage) Sri Vedavyasa Ji even today.
(Yes, Sri Madhvacharya Ji is still leaving in Badrikashrama (Badrinath) along with Lord (Sage) Sri Vedavyasa Ji.)
Sri Madhvacharya Ji is the greatest Dharma preacher and benefactor of mankind.
This, in short, is the story of ‘Avatar Traya’ (अवतार त्रय) (avatāra traya), that is, the three avatars of Lord Sri Vayu Deva.
Thus one should conclude that whatever Sri Madhvacharya Ji has said, is in line with the Dharma and there is no second thought of it.
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