Vishwanidhitirtha was the direct disciple of SriVibudhavaryatirtha. Swamiji was
the twenty-ninth pontiff in the lineage. He travelled extensively in southern
India and propagated the Dvaita Siddhanta. In his middle age, he nominated his
successor (his younger brother) and named him Sri Vishwadhishwaratirtha. Sri
Vishwanidhitirtha enjoyed good command on Bhagavata and Nyayasudha. Without the
help of text (book) he could recite and teach his disciple and others. He had
deep concern over his disciple's studies. He wanted his successor be a master
scholar. Therefore, even while travelling, he used to have the company of his
Shishya and teach him regularly. Swamiji delivered year long discourse on
Bhagavata during his Paryaya period. Debating on the concept Bhakti, he
defeated a Shrivaishnava scholar namely Sridhara sharma in debate. Because of
the unique Mahima of Guru Vishwanidhitirtha, Matha entertained the receipt of
many gifts from royal families and others. He did Paryaya during 1740-41.
Swamiji entered the holy Vrindavana in the year 1753 A.D. His Vrindavana is
situated in Undaru (Innanje) village in Udupi Tq. and Dist. His pontificial
period of Vedanta empire was 14 years.