Raghavendra Swami (1595–1671 CE), born Venkata Natha, was a renowned Madhwa saint, philosopher and proponent of Dvaita philosophy established by Sri Madhvacharya. He is worshipped as a Guru. He served as the head of the matha in Kumbakonam from 1621 to 1671 and established the Brindavan in Mantralayam in the present-day Andhra Pradesh as an important place of pilgrimage.
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