ಜಯ ಜಯ ಜಗತ್ರಾಣ | ಜಗದೊಳಗೆ ಸುತ್ರಾಣ | ಅಖಿಲಗುಣ ಸದ್ಧಾಮ | ಮಧ್ವನಾಮ
This Pallavi of Madhvanama extols Lord of Wind (Vayudeva) and his three incarnations by the four adjectives, and it can be appropriated only to Lord Vayu and none else. This poetic work (Kruti) emphasis and glorifies the power, strength, character, and his infinite actions (ಅನಂತ ವ್ಯಾಪಾರ).
The adjective “Jaya” is repeated which emphasizes two sets of attributes. The first instance of Jaya (ಜಯ) is extolling his Knowledge, devotion, resignedness / asceticism, strength, bravery, and other extra-ordinary (ಜ್ಞಾನ, ಭಕ್ತಿ, ವೈರಾಗ್ಯ, ಬಲ, ವೀರ್ಯಾದಿ ಮಹದ್ಗುಣಗಳು) attributes that is not seen in any of infinite Jivas (ಜೀವಕೋಟಿ). The second instance of Jaya (ಜಯ) is describing that the Vayu Deva will be the next Brahma.
The adjective “Jagatrana (ಜಗತ್ರಾಣ)” is indicating that he is supporting this Brahmanda (ಬ್ರಹ್ಮಾಂಡ) as Vayu Kurma and stabilizing it. This also shows is limitless power and his benevolence towards Jivas.
The adjective “Jagadolage Sutrana (ಜಗದೊಳಗೆ ಸುತ್ರಾಣ)” means he is spread across this Brahmanda and protects & bestows all life forms.
The adjective Akhilaguna Saddhama (ಅಖಿಲಗುಣ ಸದ್ಧಾಮ) means he is greater than all demi-gods starting from Saraswati, Bharathi, Rudra and others in terms of Knowledge, devotion, resignedness/asceticism, strength, bravery, and other extra-ordinary (ಜ್ಞಾನ, ಭಕ್ತಿ, ವೈರಾಗ್ಯ, ಬಲ, ವೀರ್ಯಾದಿ ಮಹದ್ಗುಣಗಳು).
The word Madhvanama (ಮಧ್ವನಾಮ) is referring to his third incarnation as Acharya Madhwa, and especially the word Madhwa depicts his blemishless happiness, all-inclusive knowledge, all auspicious qualities, and the one who has authored scriptures that leads to Moksha.
The four adjectives also represent him in terms of his base form and his three incarnations. The first adjective represents Base Form, the second adjective represents his Hanumantha incarnation, the third adjective represents Bhīma, and the fourth adjective represents Acharya Madhwa.
Lord of Wind is a true reflection of Almighty Narayana, and due to this, he is the greatest amongst infinite jivas in terms of auspicious qualities. He is also extolled in many Veda suktas, and in this Brahmanda, he exists in infinite forms. He is constantly engaged in managing and completing God’s work. He is the personification of compassion, he uplifts and protects all devotees of Sri Hari, he has incarnated as Hanuma-Bhīma-Madhwa. He is the remover of all ill-doctrines, and from time unmemorable he is giving the knowledge of truth, five-fold difference, hierarchy, all sound narrates Sri Hari. In all time, all place, all state, without any bit of change, he is serving Sri Hari on Lord’s orders. He has all the unique 32 characteristics akin to Brahma.
He resides in all three type of jivas and performs all activities and hence he is called as Vayunamaka – Satprada. Since he is the main reason for the movement and functioning of Jivas in their subtle body, he is called as Praanamaka – Chestaprada. By residing in the four types of Jivas body and protecting them, he is called as Dharmanamaka – Dharanaprada. Finally, since he is the approver of suitable mukti to a Jiva on its intrinsic quality, he is called as Muktinamaka – Muktiprada.