Sri Damodaralalaji was the son of Sri Govardhanalalaji. Right from his early childhood, he showed signs of a great Acharya in the making. He was benevolent, altruistic and a very emotional person. He showered his infinite grace upon anyone, irrespect of caste and creed, who surrendered unto his lotus feet.
Sri Damodaralalaji possessed incomparable knowledge of all the shastras, specialising in the Vallabha Vedanta. A magician of words, endowed with tremendous oratory power, he not only impressed thousands of Pushtimargiya devotees but mesmerized the pundits of his time. His philosophical discourses had immense depth in them. His popularity measured no leaps and bounds.
Sri Damodaralalaji, like his father, preached extensively the philosophy of Jagadguru Srimad Vallabhacharya Mahaprabhu in various parts of India. He won honours in numerous religious conferrences, especially in the Brahmana Mahasabha in Varanasi.
Sri Damodaralalaji also did magnificient manoratha’s of Sri Nathaji. He was a fusion of art, music and literature.
Although he was not appointed as the Tilkayata, still he was one of the most revered Acharya of his era.