Sri Madhvacharya has written in all thirty-seven works a few can be mentioned here. Bhasyas on all Upanishads, Bhagavadgitabhasya, Brahmasutrabhasya, Dvadasastotra and more. The depth of his scholarship is seen in the range and variety of quotations from various religious texts. He is free from the use of alankarprayog and he is known for his very matter of fact in all his arguments. His end was also almost miraculous. Having intuitively felt that he had finished his work, Madhvacharya is said to have mysteriously disappeared from his seat at Anantheswara in 1317, while teaching the Attareya Upanishad to his disciples, leaving a big heap of flowers on it.