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Mahabharata Tatparya Nirnaya is a commentary on the Hindu epic Ramayana, Birth of VedaVyasa and Mahabharata by Sri Madhvacharya, the founder of the Dvaita school of philosophy. This work is an excellent exposition of the Mahabharata. It explains some finer aspects of the Mahabharata by supplementing it from other classical works such as HariVamsa, Vishnu Purana, Bhagavatha and others.

Sri Madhva has provided clear explanations to many apparently conflicting ideas presented in the Mahabharata[1].

The Mahabharata Tatparya Nirnaya has 32 chapters[2]. The essence of this work of 32 chapters has been captured in a work called Bhava Sangraha by Sri Raghavendra Swamy. while the first Nine chapters deal with Ramayana tatprya Nirnaya, the 10th chapter describes the birth Shri Veda Vaysa. Rest deal with Mahabharath. In the Bhava Sangraha, there are therefore 32 slokas followed by a concluding sloka[3].

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