Vallabhacharya otherwise called Vallabha, was a reverential thinker, who established the Krishna-focused Pushti faction of Vaishnavism in the Braj district of India, and the theory of Shuddha advaita Pure Nondualism. Vallabha was conceived in a Telugu Brahmin family that had been living in Varanasi, who got away to the Champaran of Chhattisgarh state while expecting Vallabha, amid the turbulent circumstances of Hindu-Muslim clashes in the late fifteenth century. Vallabha contemplated the Vedas and the Upanishads as a kid, at that point went all through the Indian subcontinent more than 20 years. He wound up one of the essential pioneers of the reverential Bhakti development.
The hagiographies composed by his supporters, much the same as those for other Bhakti pioneers, guarantee that he won numerous philosophical civil arguments against the devotees of Ramanuja, Madhvacharya and others, had dreams and supernatural occurrences. He is the Acharya and Guru inside the Pushti sub-custom, which he established after his own particular elucidation of the Vedanta theory.