Dr. Vyasanakere Prabhanjanacharya is one of the acknowledged leading Sanskrit scholars of the country. He is an exponent of the Dwaita school of Philosophy propounded by Sri Madhwacharya. He has written, edited, and published several books on Madhwa philosophy in many Indian languages and in English. He is the recipient of several titles and honours from National and International organizations.

He was the Chairman of the All India Madhwa Philosophical Conference held in Bangalore in 1994. He opted for voluntary retirement from his assignment as the Principal of a Government First Grade College to concentrate on his writing and research work. His books contain a wealth of information for both the layman and the researcher. He founded the Sri Jayatheertha Manuscript Library, which has some of the rare and hitherto unpublished works on Indian philosophy.

Sri Vyasa Madhwa Samshodhana Pratishthana, a trust formed by him, is dedicated to the propagation of Indian vedic tradition, culture and values. Discourses and publishing books through its publication wing Aitareya Prakashana are its major activities. In addition, it has taken up several relevant projects, which are aimed at helping retired scholars and students of vedanta.