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South North Siddhas Misinformation.Correct List

I would call it criminal to assign Religion,Region, Caste, and language to Siddhas and Yogis.

This is exactly what has happened in india regarding Siddhars.

We have Tamil Siddhars,North indian Siddhas,Maha Purusha, Yogins of North India,Yogis of South india,Islamic Siddhars et al.

Siddas are Realized Souls, who transcend Time and Space.

They have no religion , caste , creed and do not belong to any one specifically but to Humanity.

This business of categorising them was stated by the Britishers as a part of dismantling Hinduism.

I have a few Posts on this issue.

The Missionaries in their effort to demolish Sanatana Dharam assumed Indian/Hindu Identities beginning with Robert De Nobili in Tamil Nadu.

They infiltrated into Hinduism under the garb of embracing it,learnt the local languages and Sanskrit , misinterpreted,misinformed, created forgeries of Hindu Literature ,apart from producing Christian literature modled afer Hindu Texts.

Thus they call the Bible as Vedaagamam. have even Jesus Sahasra nama!

These interpolations have resulted in the pollution of Indian Texts.

They have not spared even the Vedas, with Max Mueller leading the pack

Please check out my Post on Max Muller the Fraud’s quotes.

As it is Sanatana Dharma Texts do not have a written tradition.

They are transmitted orally.

So when some one embraces your Religion, pretend respect for it and prepares a written of these texts, people tend to take it as the Truth.

This is what happened to Hinduism and specifically to the Treasures of Siddhas.

Even to-day a Siddha  is considered by many as charlatans!

How does one correct this?

By producing the original records from the Oral Tradition.

I am trying to do this.

Eightty four Siddhas.jpg Charurasi Siddhas.

I must admit I have posted a few articles on Tamil Siddhars,North Indian Siddhas List ,guilty of the accusation I am making of these interpolators.

I have given these titles because people would read and understand only these terms as they have been fed on this.

Now to the Truth.

A Siddha is one who has transcended Citta.

Chitta is higher than Intellect.

Activity of he Brain in Mind.

Direction of the Mind is by the Intellect.

Chitta is on a Higher plane than Intellect, Buddhi.

Please refer my Posts on Yoga Sutras.

Patanjali defines Yoga as the cessation of the modifications of Chitta,

Yogaha, Chitta Vrutti Nirodhah.

Sidhhars are people who have transcended the Chitta and as such are were caled Chittas.

Also there are eight special powers come on the way to Self Realization.

They are Eight in number, called Ashtama Siddhis.

Please refer my post for more details.

The Siddhas, having realized the self , have transcended even these Siddhis.

That is also a reason why they are called Siddas.

So any realized Soul who meets this criteria is a Siddha.

How does one identify a Siddha?

I shall be posting on this shortly.

Hence there is no caste,creed,for the  Siddhas.

They are reported to be Timeless .

They can speak in any language.

For some reason they choose a particular language, Tamil, Hindi, Sanskrit and others.

That does not mean they  belong to one group.

And there is this seed sown by the west.

Some Siddhas have attained Realization by following Buddhism, especially Mahayana.

So they are shown as a distinct group.

This is incorrect.

A Siddha is a Siddha whether he followed Hinduism or Buddhism.

Please read my Posts on Siddhas, Siddhas of North India Guru Parampara,Bhogar to get a complete picture of Indian Siddhas

Abhayadatta Sri is an Indian scholar of the 12th century who is attributed with recording the hagiographies of the eighty-four siddha in a text known as The History of the Eighty-four Mahasiddha (Sanskrit: Caturasitisiddha pravrtti; Wylie: grub thob brgyad bcu tsa bzhi’i lo rgyus).

Dowman holds that the eighty-four Mahasiddha are spiritual archetypes:

The number eighty-four is a “whole” or “perfect” number. Thus the eighty-four siddhas can be seen as archetypes representing the thousands of exemplars and adepts of the tantric way. The siddhas were remarkable for the diversity of their family backgrounds and the dissimilarity of their social roles. They were found in every reach of the social structure: kings and ministers, priests and yogins, poets and musicians, craftsmen and farmers, housewives and whores.[2]

Reynolds (2007) states that the mahasiddha tradition “evolved in North India in the early Medieval Period (3–13 cen. CE). Philosophically this movement was based on the insights revealed in the Mahayana Sutras and as systematized in the Madhyamaka and Chittamatrin schools of philosophy, but the methods of meditation and practice were radically different than anything seen in the monasteries.[3] He proffers that the mahasiddha tradition “broke with the conventions of Buddhist monastic life of the time, and abandoning the monastery they practiced in the caves, the forests, and the country villages of Northern India. In complete contrast to the settled monastic establishment of their day, which concentrated the Buddhist intelligenzia [sic.] in a limited number of large monastic universities, they adopted the life-style of itinerant mendicants, much as the wandering Sadhus of modern India.”[3]

The charnel ground conveys how great mahasiddhas in the Nath and Vajrayana traditions such as Tilopa (988–1069) and Gorakshanath (fl. 11th – 12th century) yoked adversity to till the soil of the path and accomplish the fruit, the “ground” (Sanskrit: āśraya; Wylie: gzhi) of realization:[4]

The charnel ground is not merely the hermitage; it can also be discovered or revealed in completely terrifying mundane environments where practitioners find themselves desperate and depressed, where conventional worldly aspirations have become devastated by grim reality. This is demonstrated in the sacred biographies of the great siddhas of the Vajrayāna tradition. Tilopa attained realization as a grinder of sesame seeds and a procurer for a prominent prostitute. Sarvabhakṣa was an extremely obese glutton, Gorakṣa was a cowherd in remote climes, Taṅtepa was addicted to gambling, and Kumbharipa was a destitute potter. These circumstances were charnel grounds because they were despised in Indian society and the siddhas were viewed as failures, marginal and defiled.


The Caturasiti-siddha-pravrtti (CSP), “The Lives of the Eighty-four Siddhas”, compiled by Abhayadatta Sri, a Northern Indian Sanskrit text dating from the 11th or 12th century, comes from a tradition prevalent in the ancient city-state of Campa in the modern district of Bihar. Only Tibetan translations of this Sanskrit text seem to have survived. This text was translated into Tibetan by sMon grub Shes rab and is known as the Grub thob brgyad cu rtsa bzhi’i lo rgyus or “The Legends of the Eighty-four Siddhas”. It has been suggested that Abhayadatta Sri is identical with the great Indian scholar Mahapandita Abhayakaragupta (late 11th–early 12th century), the compiler of the iconographic compendiums Vajravali, Nispannayogavali, and Jyotirmanjari.

The other major Tibetan tradition is based on the list contained in the Caturasiti-siddhabhyarthana (CSA) by Ratnakaragupta of Vajrasana, identical with Bodhgaya (Tib.: rDo rje gdan) located in Bihar, Northern India. The Tibetan translation is known as Grub thob brgyad cu rtsa bzhi’i gsol ’debs by rDo rje gdan pa. There exist several Tibetan versions of the list of mahasiddhas based on the Vajrasana text. However, these Tibetan texts differ in many cases with regard to the Tibetan transcriptions of the Indian mahasiddhas names.

By convention there are eighty-four Mahasiddhas in both Hindu and Tibetan Buddhist traditions, with some overlap between the two lists. The number is congruent with the number of siddhi or occult powers held in the Indian Religions. In Tibetan Buddhist art they are often depicted together as a matched set in works such as thangka paintings where they may be used collectively as border decorations around a central figure.

Each Mahasiddha has come to be known for certain characteristics and teachings, which facilitates their pedagogical use. One of the most beloved Mahasiddhas is Virupa, who may be taken as the patron saint of the Sakyapa sect and instituted the Lamdré (Tibetan: lam ‘bras) teachings. Virupa (alternate orthographies: Birwapa/Birupa) lived in 9th century India and was known for his great attainments.

Some of the methods and practices of the Mahasiddha were codified in Buddhist scriptures known as Tantras. Traditionally the ultimate source of these methods and practices is held to be the historical Buddha Shakyamuni, but often it is a transhistorical aspect of the Buddha or deity Vajradhara or Samantabhadra who reveals the Tantra in question directly to the Mahasiddha in a vision or whilst they dream or are in a trance. This form of the deity is known as a sambhogakaya manifestation. The sadhana of Dream Yoga as practiced in Dzogchen traditions such as the Kham, entered the Himalayan tantric tradition from the Mahasiddha, Ngagpa and Bonpo. Dream Yoga or “Milam” (T:rmi-lam; S:svapnadarśana), is one of the Six Yogas of Naropa.[citation needed]

Four of the eighty-four Mahasiddhas are women.[9] They are:

  • Manibhadra, the Perfect Wife
  • Lakshmincara, The Princess of Crazy wisdom
  • Mekhala, the elder of the 2 Headless Sisters
  • Kanakhala, the younger of the 2 Headless Sisters.




Please read a scholarly article on Siddhas being misinterpreted at the Link given below.



For more on Siddhas Google Siddhas ramanan50

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Manu Dravida Ancestor Precedes Daksha Dravida Sanatana Dharma

I was intrigued by the fact that the Shiva worship starts with Daksha, who is the first Human being by Brahma for each Yuga.

And Daksha Kingdom was in the North of the Vindhyas.

Daksha’s daughter married Shiva.Daksha with Veerabhadra.jpg “Painting on paper depicting ‘Virabhadra The red-hued deity is coiffed exactly like Śiva. This is an unusual rendering of Virabhadra. The face of the Ganga peeps out of the dreadlocks, while loose jatas fly around his head. On his forehead is a prominent tripundra. Side fangs protrude from his mouth and a bushy moustache grows on his upper lip. In his upper right hand is a damaru, in his upper left hand a flame, the lower right hand carries a sword and the lower left a buckler. The attributes in his upper hands are unusual, as they generally bear the bow and the arrow. He is dressed in a dhoti adorned by sashes on the sides and an angavastra is draped on his elbows. Among his ornaments is a long white garland. On his feet are toe-knob sandals. At his left stands the ram-headed Daksha, sporting tripundra marks on his forehead and arms dressed in dhoti and with the angavastra tied around his hips.” Image credit.”Virabhadra Daksha” by Unknown – http://www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_the_collection_database/search_object_details.aspx?objectid=3058344&partid=1&output=Places%2f!!%2fOR%2f!!%2f41361%2f!%2f41361-2-20%2f!%2fPainted+in+Thanjavur%2f!%2f%2f!!%2f%2f!!!%2f&orig=%2fresearch%2fsearch_the_collection_database%2fadvanced_search.aspx&currentPage=1&numpages=10. Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons – https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Virabhadra_Daksha.jpg#/media/File:Virabhadra_Daksha.jpg’

Vishnu worship seems to have been later than that of Shiva in the South, Dravida worship.

Rama’s ancestor Satyavrata Manu migrated from the South to Ayodhya, where his son Ikshvaku founded the Ikshvaku Dynasty..

If Daksha were to be the first Human being created then how do we account for Manu?

Manu seems to pre date Daksha as,

1.Daksha came later, in the beginning of the Yuga, whereas Manu is for Manvantara.

A Manu’s lifespan is 71 Mahayugas (306,720,000 years).

‘Yuga  is the name of an epoch or era within a four age cycle. According to Hindu cosmology, life in the universe is created and destroyed once every 4.1 to 8.2 billion years,] which is one full day and night for Brahma. The lifetime of Brahma himself believed to be 311 trillion and 40 billion years as per Hindu cosmology.’

Manus and Saptha Rishis are for every Manvantara..

One of the Saptha Rishis is Agastya.

‘The earliest list of the Seven Rishis is given by Jaiminiya Brahmana 2.218-221: Vashista, Bharadvaja, Jamadagni, Gautama, Atri,Visvamitra, and Agastya, followed by Brihadaranyaka Upanisad 2.2.6 with a slightly different list: Gautama and Bharadvāja, Viśvāmitra and Jamadagni, Vashiṣṭha and Kaśyapa, and Atri, Brighu. The late Gopatha Brāhmana 1.2.8 has Vashiṣṭa, Viśvāmitra, Jamadagni, Gautama, Bharadvāja, Gungu, Agastya, Bhrighu and Kaśyapa..’

We find Agastya in the South advising Rama in the battle field not to lose heart and chant Adhitya Hrudayam on Lord Surya to win the war against Ravana.

Then we have Lord Shiva as the Father of Tamil Language.

Of course Sanskrit is also from Shiva’s Damaru, Maheswara Sutras.(Please read m Post on this)

We find the legends of Shiva in the north from the marriage of Sati ,daughter of Daksha with Shiva.

Nothing more of Shiva is mentioned in these North Indian Legends.

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‘In The Immortals of Meluha, Manu is said to be a prince from south India. His family, the Pandyas having ruled the mythical land of Sangamatamil for many generations. The decadence of the Kings incurred the wrath of the gods. A great deluge submerged the entire civilization. Manu having foreseen this escaped with his followers to the higher northern lands. Manu turned into an ascetic. Eventually Manu’s prayers pacified the gods and the water abated.

In the South Shiva worship has been in vogue much earlier as Adi Shiva, The Silent Teacher,Dakshina Murthy,First Yogi who initiated Agastya, who initiated Bhogar and Kriya Babaji.

The we have Lord Subrahmanya called as Murugan and His worship is quite old.

Though the Tamil Grammar, earliest of Tamil works assigns Varuna, Indra, Vishnu, Murugan(Subrahmanya), and Devi to each of the landmass , Kurinji,Marutham, Mullai, Neydhal and Palai, Shiva always remains in the background as the Chief.

He is called as the Ancient of the Ancients.

‘Munnai Pazhamprutkum Munnaip Pazham Porule’

He is also called Pirva Yaakaip Periyon’

That is Eldest though Unborn.

Sanskrit also calls Him as Ayonija, one who does not stay in the womb.

We have a lot of references to the South in the Puranas and Ithihasas about Tamils.

Bhagavatam 11.5.38-40
kritadishu praja rajan
kalav icchanti sambhavam
kalau khalu bhavishyanti
kvacit kvacin maha-raja
dravideshu ca bhurisah
tamraparni nadi yatra
kritamala payasvini
kaveri ca maha-punya
pratici ca maha-nadi
ye pibanti jalam tasam
manuja manujesvara
prayo bhakta bhagavati
vasudeve ‘malasayah
krita- adishu — of Satya and the
other earlier ages; prajah — the
inhabitants; rajan — O King; kalau —
in Kali-yuga; icchanti — they want;
sambhavam — birth; kalau — in Kali;
khalu — certainly; bhavishyanti —
there will be; narayana- parayanah —
devotees who dedicate their lives to
the service of Lord Narayana; kvacit
kvacit — here and there; maha-raja —
O great monarch; dravideshu — in
the provinces of South India; ca —
but; bhurisah — especially
plentifully; tamraparni — named
Tamraparni; nadi — the river; yatra —
where; kritamala — Kritamala;
payasvini — Payasvini; kaveri —
Kaveri; ca — and; maha- punya —
extremely pious; pratici — named
Pratici; ca — and; maha-nadi — the
Mahanadi; ye — those who; pibanti —
drink; jalam — the water; tasam — of
these; manujah — humans; manuja-
isvara — O lord of men (Nimi);
prayah — for the most part; bhaktah
— devotees; bhagavati — of the
Personality of Godhead; vasudeve —
Lord Vasudeva; amala- asayah —
having spotless hearts.
My dear King, the inhabitants of
Satya-yuga and other ages eagerly
desire to take birth in this age of
Kali, since in this age there will be
many devotees of the Supreme Lord,
Narayana. These devotees will
appear in various places but will be
especially numerous in South India.
O master of men, in the age of Kali
those persons who drink the waters
of the holy rivers of Dravida-desa,
such as the Tamraparni, Krtamala,
Payasvini, the extremely pious Kaveri
and the Pratici Mahanadi, will
almost all be purehearted devotees(
of the Supreme Personality of
Godhead, Vasudeva.(http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alvars)


ाः तस्याम्
दिशि सुदुर्गमाः |
कपीइशः कपि मुख्यानाम् स तेषाम्
समुदाहरत् || ४-४१-७
7. tasyaam dishi = in that, direction
of compass; su dur gamaaH = verily,
impossible, to pass – highly
impassable; ye ke cana = which of
those few; sam ut deshaaH = well,
intended, countries – some countries
that need be explained; about them;
saH kapi iishaH = he that, monkeys,
king of – Sugreeva; teSaam kapi
mukhyaanaam = to them, monkey,
prominent ones; sam udaaharat =
well, illustrated – gave a picture of.
The king of monkeys Sugreeva gave a
picture about some of the highly
impassable countries available in
southern quarter that need an
introduction to those prominent
monkeys bound south. [4-41-7]

सहस्र शिरसम् विंध्यम् नाना द्रुम
लता आयुतम् |
नर्मदाम् च नदीम् रम्याम् महोरग
निषेविताम् || ४-४१-८
ततो गोदावरीम् रम्याम् कृष्णावेणीम्
महानदीम् |
वरदाम् च महाभागाम् महोरग
निषेविताम् |
मेखलान् उत्कलाम् चैव दशार्ण
नगराणि अपि || ४-४१-९
अब्रवंतीम् अवंतीम् च सर्वम् एव अनुपश्यत
विदर्भान् ऋष्टिकान् चैव रम्यान्
माहिषकान् अपि || ४-४१-१०
8. sahasra shirasam = thousands, of
heads [crests]; naanaa druma lataa
aayutam = numerous, trees,
climbers, abounding in; vindhyam =
Vindhya Range; mahaa uraga ni
Sevitaam = great, snakes, adored by;
ramyaam narmadaam nadiim ca =
delightful one, Narmada, river, also;
tataH = then; ramyaam godaavariim
= wonderful one, River Godavari;
mahaanadiim = River Mahaanadi;
kR^iSNaaveNiim = River Krishnaveni,
or Krishna; mahaa bhaagaam =
highly, auspicious one; mahaa uraga
niSevitaam = by great, snakes,
adored by; varadaam ca = River
Varada, also; mekhalaan utkalaam
caiva = Mekhala, Utkala [in
territories,] also thus; dashaarNa
nagaraaNi api = Dashaarna, in cities,
also; abravantiim avantiim ca =
Abravanti, Avanti, also; vidarbhaan
R^iSTikaan caiva = Vidarbha,
Rishtika, also, thus; ramyaan
maahiSakaan api = charming
[kingdom,] in Maheeshaka, even;
sarvam eva anu pashyata = all
[everywhere,] thus, closely, see –
search thoroughly.
“Search the thousand crested
Vindhya mountains abounding with
numerous tress and climbers, then
the delightful Narmada river
coursing a little southerly to that
range, which is adored by great
snakes, along with wonderful River
Godavari, as well as River
Krishnaveni and Maha Nadi, and
then the greatly auspicious River
Varada which is an adoration to
great snakes. And the territories of
Mekhala, Utkala, the cities of
Dashaarna, kingdoms of Abravanti,
Avanti, and Vidarbha, also thus the
charming kingdom of Maheehaka, are
to be searched thoroughly. [4-41-10] Valmiki Ramayana Valmiki Ramayana – Kishkindha Kanda – Sarga 41

We have references to a Tamil King Perunchotru Udiyan Cheralaathan performing Tharpana for the dead in the Mahabharata War in Chera Kingdom.

He also provided food for both Kaurva and Pandava Armies during the Mahabharata war.

Vedas mention the spices , Peacocks, Special sandalwood.elephants being imported from the South.

During Draupadi Swayamvara Tamil Kings were present.

Tamil Kingas attended Rama and Sita Marriage at Mithila.

The vanaras were in Kishkinta pre dating Rama and were Shiva worshipers.

Hanuman is one and is considered to be an Amsa of Shiva, some say He is an Avatar of Shiva.

Considering all these facts and admitting these facts provided by the Vedas,Puranas,Ramayana and Mahabharata, it is quite probable that he Sanatana Dharma was in place much before what is found in the North.

Please refer my posts on Shiva’s Marriage date. Agastya Date, Ramayana Mahabharata Dates,Ram’s ancestor Satavrata Manu being a Dravida,Thiruvannamalai Billion Year Old and many more.

Inputs welcome.





The references in Sanskrit on Tamil are numerous.

I have quoted only a few.

Tamil references on Sanana Dharma, Vedas, Ramayana and Mahabharata are much more.

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Siddhas Of North India Guru Parampara List

The title of this Post is a Misnomer in the sense that the Siddhas do not belong to any particular Region or Language.

I had provided the title to denote the Siddhas of the north of the Vindhyas(even here there are some from the South)

Generally the name Siddha is associated with the South, more specifically Tamil.

Sidhhas from the North seem to be following Patanjali, while in the south Agastya and Bhogar.

Agastya seems to have been the first after Lord Shiva.

One fact I have noticed is that Goraknath is found as a mentor of many a Siddhas from the North.

There is a Gorakka Nathar among the Siddhas in the South.

It is referred in Tamil texts that  there are 1008 Siddhas.

Many in the North are not aware of the Siddhas of the South and the South of the North.

This Post is to point out that all Siddhas belong to the Group of Realized Souls and we are not aware of it.

Following is a List of Siddhas from the North.

Route Map of Mahavtar Babaji's Cave.jpg Route Map of Mahavtar Babaji’s Cave.Babaji was among the first batch of disciples of Agastya with Bhogar.

Shri Adabanga nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji

Panth: Pagal
Place: Maharashtra, Gujarat.
Tapasya: north-eastern highland.
Sadhana: hatha-yoga kriya siddhi, tadasana siddhi.
Deeds: spread of hatha yoga, activities for the sake of human beings.

Shri Allama nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji

Panth: Sufi panth
Place: Pakistan, Kaikai district.
Sadhana: perfection of pavan-muktasana, vajrasana, virasana, dhyana and gyana yoga siddhi.
Tapasya: Highland, Sindhu (Penjab), Pakistan. Nothern areas.
Deeds: preachment of one bhava for hindu and muslims, activities for the sake of human beings.

Shri Aughar nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji

Panth: Goraksha-panth (Aughar)
Place.: Girnarnath, Gujarat.
Sadhana: padmasana siddhi (sitting on the asana can materialize the things (from dhyana)), parvat-utkatasana siddhi.
Tapasya: 12 years of tapas on Girnar mountain.
Deeds: own siddhis usage for the sake of soсiety, Natha dharma propagation.

Shri Balagundai nathji

Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji
Panth: Aai.
Place: Karnal kshetra, Gorakh Tilla, Pakistan.
Sadhana: Gorakshasana siddhi, Shunya samadhi, Kundalini sadhana, all Yoga siddhis.
Tapasya: Gorakh Tilla, Pakistan Himalayan Gadval, Badrinath, Kedarnath, Karnal, Haryana, Rajastan, Punjab
Deeds: Guru-seva, tapasya, perfect example of Bhakty yoga, hatha yoga siddhis (miracles), holy life.

Shri Balak nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji

Panth: Bhartrihari Vairag
Place: Hamirpur, Shahatalai, Himachal pradesh.
Sadhana: dvipada-vakrasana siddhi, padmasana, gyana-mudra, avadhut tapasvi, Yoga siddhis.
Tapasya: Kailasa, Manasarovar, Bhadrinath, Kedarnath, Himachal pradesh, Jammu Kashmir, Penjab, Sindu and other places.
Deeds: human society service with yoga siddhis, parikram and pilgrimage through India, Dharma propagation.

Shri Bhadra nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Lankanath ji.

Panth: Raval yogi.
Place: Bhadra-kshetra, Andhra pradesh (southern part).
Sadhana: vajrasana, padmasana, tadasana siddhis, kappar-chimta siddhi, avadhut sadhana.
Tapasya: Bhadra area (avadhut sadhana), Shri Shaila mountain, Andhra pradesh, Kadaki-kshetra, Karnataka.
Deeds: tantra siddhi manifestation, service to society, pilgrimage.

Shri Bhagai nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Shritainathji

Panth: Aai
Place: Kurukshetra (Haryana).
Sadhana: yoga mudrasana, tadasana, garudasana, ashva sanchalanasana, hamsasana, pada pranamasana siddhis
Tapasya: dhyana, shunya samadhi.
Deeds: service to humans with yoga siddhis, Natha dharma propagation.

Shri Bhartrihari (Vichar) nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji

Panth: Bhartrihari Vairag (founder).
Place: Uijain (Malva), Madhya pradesh.
Sadhana: siddhasana, kundalini yoga siddhi, avadhut sadhana.
Tapasya: Madhya pradesh, Penjab, Haryana, Himalayas, Uttarakhand, Bengalia, Uttar pradesh, Pacistan, Sindh.
Deeds: helping others with own yoga siddhis, founding of Vairag panth, Natha dharma propagation.

Shri Bhuchar nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Bhartrihari nathji

Panth: Bhartrihari Vairag.
Place: Hajara (Punjab).
Sadhana: virasana, siddhasana siddhi, practice of dhyana at snakes area of habitat.
Tapasya: practice under the earth ground, own power over the nature of creation, over the spirit of yogi.
Deeds: defence of all living beings, defence of Dharma.

Shri Bhusakai nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji.

Panth: Aai
Place: Bengal (Vimala-gufa).
Sadhana: padmasana, brahmacharyasana, yoga mudrasana siddhis.
Tapasya: Bengal, Bihar, Orissa, Haryana, forests.
Deeds: dharma propagation, yoga miracles for the sake of society.

Shri Bileshaya nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Charpat nathji.

Panth: Charpati nathi.
Place: Highland, lake Manimahesh (Himachal pradesh).
Sadhana: dvipada-grivasana and padmasana siddhis, rasa-siddhi.
Tapasya: nothern mountains.
Deeds: service to humans through the Yoga, herbal healing.

Shri Birabank nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshnathji.

Panth: Dhvaj panth (founder).
Place: Rishimukh (Mouth of Rishi).
Sadhana: urdhva pada shirshasana siddhi; pavan-hari, Rama bhakta, gyana yoga, brahmacharya, endowed with all qualities.
Deeds: defence/safety of all beings, gyana vidya transmission.

Shri Brahmanai (Brahmai) nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yoga Bhagai nathji.

Panth: Aai
Place: Haryana (Djind), Hastinapur, Uttar pradesh.
Sadhana: gomukhasana, matsiendrasana, badha padmasana, pavan muktasana siddhis.
Tapasya: jata wearing (Jatadhara), hatha yoga tapasya, Haryana, Uttar pradesh, Penjab, Himalayas.
Deeds: hatha yoga, karma kanda (dhuna yoga), service to humans through yoga siddhis.

Shri Chakra nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji.

Panth: Nateshvari.
Place: northwest area.
Sadhana: svastikasana, chakrasana siddhis, chakri-tantra sadhana, linga-vakrasana siddhi.
Tapasya: Gorakhtilla in Pakistan, Kaikea area, northen mountains.
Deeds: propagated dharma, service to the human well-being, wandering.

Shri Chandra nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Kapilnathji.

Panth: Kaplani.
Place: Bengal, Ganga-sagar, Kolayat (Rajasthan).
Sadhana: kapilasana, vajrasana siddhis.
Tapasya: guruseva, tapasya in Kolayat, Shiva-bhakta.

Shri Charpat nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji.

Panth: Charpati nathas.
Place: Chamba in Himachal Pradesh.
Sadhana: padmasana-siddhi, purna-matsyendrasana siddhi, rasa-siddhi, teaching for Ayurveda (acharya).
Tapasya: Himachal Pradesh, Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, Jammu Kashmir.
Deeds: service to the people by his knowledge in Ayurveda (healing) and showing of yoga-siddhis.

Shri Dariya nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Guru Gorakshanathji.

Panth: Nateshwari (Dariya nathi).
Place: Atak Dariya (Pakistan).
Sadhana: gupta-garbhasana siddhi, long being in the water, padmasana-siddhi.
Tapasya: Pakistan, Sind Hingalaja, Kabul, Kandhar, Himalayas.
Deeds: yogic miracles for human well-being, wandering around India.

Shri Daya nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji 

Panth: Bhartrihari Vairag
Place: Mountain Girnar, Gujarat.
Sadhana: gorakshasana siddhi, padmasana, abhaya mudra siddhi.
Tapasya: dhyana yoga tapasya at Vindhya mountain, Girnar, Himalayas.
Deeds: helping others while pilgrimage all over India.

Shri Deva nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Govindanathji

Panth: Varkari (Bhagavat Dharma)
Place: Oiyapur (Andjan village), Amaravati (Maharashtra)
Sadhana: hasta-pavan muktasana siddhi, knowledge of Bhagavat Gita (one of Puranas), bhakti sadhana, poetry, and others.
Tapasya: Andjan area, Oliyapur at Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra pradesh.
Deeds: bhakti, Bhagavata Dharma propagation, service to the people.

Shri Dharma nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji

Panth: Pav
Place: north east of India.
Sadhana: siddhasana, gyan-mudra siddhi, padmasana siddhi, Veda shastra prashna and other
Tapasya: mountain Kailas, Manasarovar, Patal Bhuneshvar.
Deeds:dharma propagation.

Shri Dhir nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Allamanathji

Panth: Sufi
Place: Southern East part of Bengal.
Tapasya: Bengal, Orissa, sea-coast districts.
Deeds: dharma and Natha Siddha knowledge propagation, wandering around all India.

Shri Dhundhakar nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji

Panth: Aai
Place: southeast Assam, Nepal, Nagalend.
Sadhana: padmasana siddhi, atma anubhava, sadhana in a fog, shankha mudra, pavan muktasana.
Deeds: propagation of gyana-yoga and samadhi-yoga in Uttarahand, Southern East India; impact on people with yogic miracles.

Shri Eka nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Jarnadhan nathji

Panth: Varkari
Place: Paithan, Maharashtra.
Sadhana: siddhasana, padmasana bhakti-rasadhara siddhi.
Tapasya: moutain Shulabhandjan, Trayambakeshvar, Maharashtra, Gangapur, Karnataka, moutain Shri Shaila, Andhra, Malikarjuna, Uttar pradesh and other places.
Deeds: extraordinary bhakti-yoga, and through this pure bhakti he showed yogic miracles for the human well-being.

Shri Gahini nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji

Panth: Varkari
Place: Trayambakeshvara (Kanaka village) – Maharashtra
Sadhana: Unmani, Bhakta rasamrita sadhana, hasta kachhavasana perfection.
Tapasya: Trayambakeshvar (Maharashtra), Bengal, Gujarat, Karnataka, Andhra and other
Deeds: founder of Vaishnavi Varkari Sampradaya, bhakti yoga propagation.

Shri Gariba nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Balak nathji

Panth: Bhartrihari Vairag
Place: Kangada (Himachal pradesh), Palampur
Sadhana: padmasana, utkatasana siddhi, avadhut sadhana, gyana yoga.
Tapasya: tapasya in jungle and gufa at Unna, Kangada (Himachal pradesh), Sadhora (Penjab), Dafarpur (Haryana), Haidrabad (Andhra), Tuladjapur (Maharashtra), Dhinodhar (Kachha), Hingaladja (Pakistan) and other places.
Deeds: All over India Yoga propagation and service to people with yoga siddhis.

Shri Gaurav nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Matsyendranathji

Panth: Kapalika (Aghor)
Place: Bihar
Tapasya: Himalayas, Assam, Manipuram, Nagalend.
Sadhana: gyana-dhyana yoga, samadhi sadhana, kandharasana siddhi.
Deeds: siddhi manifestation, dharma propagation.

Shri Gehalla raval nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji

Panth: Raval panth (Kapalika)
Place: Western district of Hangalaj, Sindhu Kshetra
Sadhana: pavan muktasana, shmashan sadhana.
Tapasya: Hingalaja Parvatia kshetra, Badtinath, Kedarnath.
Deeds: founder of Raval Panth, Dharma propagation, perfections in knowledge connected to Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha.

Shri Ghora cholipa nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji

Panth: Aai.
Place: North Eastern India.
Tapasya: Bengal, Gohati (Gauhati), Assam and mountain areas.
Sadhana: siddhasana, virasana siddhi, dhuna karma sadhana, mudrasana siddhi.
Deeds: Natha dharma propagation.

Shri Gopal nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Ekanathji

Panth: Varkari
Place: Tripura kshetra, Kore village.
Sadhana: siddhasana and padmasana siddhi, dhuna karma, bhakti yoga, divine nectar (amrita) drinking, Nada Brahman realization, gomukhasana siddhi.
Tapasya: Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra pradesh, Uttar pradesh and other places of tapasya.
Deeds: practice of bhakti yoga, Amrita usage pleasure, Dharma propagation, blessing people.

Shri Gorknathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji

Panth: Dharmanathi
Place: Kashmir and Sindh areas.
Sadhana: kandharasana siddhi, padmasana siddhi, long living in water siddhi, gyana yoga.
Tapasya: in water in padmasana.
Deeds: sadhana, gyana, siddhi manifestation, Dharma propagation and care for children.

Shri Havai nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji

Panth: Aai
Place: western area.
Sadhana: moving on the air, perfection in control of pranas, hastapada and padmasana siddhis.
Tapasya: Badrinath, Kedarnath.
Deeds: spreading of nath-dharma.

Shri Jambha nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji.

Panth: Mannathi.
Place: Djalapur, Rajastan.
Sadhana: Vaishnavi bhakta sadhana, dhyana yoga from hatha yoga, gyana yoga, urdhva dhanurasana siddhi.
Tapasya: mind and feels control, asketism.
Deeds: bhakti yoga, pravachana.

Shri Jnyaneshvar nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Nivritti nathji.

Panth: Varkari.
Place: Alandi (Maharashtra).
Sadhana: Kundalini yoga, padmasana, nitambasana siddhi, Nada Brahman yoga, bhakri yoga and other.
Tapasya: Bhakti yoga (in Maharashtra, Uttar pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka, Andhra pradesh).
Deeds: Brahman knowledge propagation, blessing people with Yoga siddhi.

Shri Jvalendra nathji
Guru: Omkar Adinathji

Panth: Pav (founder)
Place: Kalashachala (Djalor).
Sadhana: Kapalika and Vajrayana siddhi.
Tapasya: kukuttasana and djalandhara bandha perfections.
Deeds: Natha samprdaya propagation across India, yoga siddhis, Mantra yoga.

Shri Kakachandi nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Chauranginathji

Panth: Palak (Pagal).
Place: Kashmir, Kak- bhubhundi tirtha.
Sadhana: kaka-mudra, siddhasana, padmasana perfection, pavan-mukta-mukhasana, linga-bhedasana, linga-bhedi-vakrasana.
Tapasya: Jammu, Kashmir, Badrinath, Himalayas, Kakbhubhundi tirtha, Nepal, near Krishna and Kandaki rivers, mountain Sumek, Kailasa, Ujjain and other places of tapasya.
Deeds: bhakti-yoga sadhana and propagation of Dharma.

Shri Kala nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Matsyenrdanathji

Panth: Aghora, Kapalika, Kaplani
Place: Kullu, Himachal pradesh
Tapasya: Kulu, Himachal, Penjab, Eastern India, Assam, Nagalend and other places where he did aghor-tapasya.
Sadhana: utkatasana, pavan-mukta-karnasana siddhi.
Deeds: service to humans, writing of books.

Shri Kanakai nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji

Panth: Aai
Place: Bengal
Sadhana: padmasana siddhi, samadhi-sadhana, yoga mudrasana siddhi.
Tapasya: West Bengal, seacost areas, Haryana, Kuru kshetra, Penjab, Gorakh-tilla and other places.
Deeds: yoga miracles for the sake of human beings, pilgrimage across India.

Shri Kanipa nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Jalandhar nathji

Panth: Pav (Kapalika, hevajra).
Place: Pahadpur (Bihar).
Sadhana: urdhva-dhanurasana siddhi, baddha-padmasana.
Tapasya: Rajastan, Bihar, Maharashtra, Karnataka, and other places where he practiced shmashan-vairagya.
Deeds: dharma propagation around all India.

Shri Kapil nathji (Kapila Muni)
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji

Panth: Kaplani.
Place: Gangasagar, Bengal.
Tapasya: East of Nilakantha Kunda, hot water of sunny Ganga, hot rivers, tapasya at Pashupatinath (Rajastan), Kolayat (Bengalia), Kailas, Badrinath.
Sadhana: kapilasana-siddhi.
Deeds: development of Sankhya shastra, Gyana-yoga pravachana all across India.

Shri Kaya nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Bhartrihari nathji

Panth: Bhartrihari Vairag.
Place: Penjab kshetra, and Nepal.
Sadhana: svastikasana, Kundalini Yoga siddhi, avadgut tapasya, pavan muktasana siddhi.
Tapasya: Nepal, Penjab, Rajastan, Pakistan and others place of tapasya.
Deeds: yoga miracles by power of knowledge and imagination, Gyana yoga and Dharma propagation.

Shri Khechar nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji

Panth: Aai.
Place: Punchh, Kashmir district.
Sadhana: padmasana and virasana, khechari mudra siddhi.
Tapasya: powered by prana (pavan hari), levitation.
Deeds: various miracles by shakti and yogic siddhis, spreading of Nath-dharma.

Shri Korant nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Pir Patannathji

Panth: Satnathi.
Place: Taksha shila (capital of ancient Gandharvas), Bihar.
Tapasya: mountain areas, Tibet, Nepal (Dang).
Sadhana: shreshtha-utkatasana, padmasana siddha, dhyana-yoga, samadhi-yoga.

Shri Ladhai nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Bhusakainathji

Panth: Aai.
Place: Western and Nothern Punjab, Haryana, Kuru Kshetra, Indraprastha.
Sadhana: gomukhasana-siddhi.
Tapasya: Punjab, Haryana, Himalayas.
Deeds: Ishvara-bhaktI propagation which is acquired through the sadhana.

Shri Lanka nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji

Panth: Raval panth.
Place: Shri lanka (southern part).
Sadhana: shakti tantra sadhana, pavan-muktasana, virasana, siddhasana, padmasana, tadasana, vajrasana siddhis.
Tapasya: mountain Kailas, (Rakshas Till lake), Maharashtra (Trayambakeshvar), mountain Shri Shaila, Andhra pradesh, Mallikarjuna in Karnataka, Tamilnadu, Bengal and other places.
Deeds: the throne, knowledge of raja yoga, dhyana yoga.

Shri Madra nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Lankanathji

Panth: Raval yogi.
Place: Madra-desha (South of Madhya Pradesh)
Sadhana: siddhi of long-term being in water, siddhasana, raja-yoga, dhuna siddhi, dhyana-gyana yoga, hasta-mukta-utatasana siddhi.
Tapasya: Madra-desha, Karnataka, Orissa, Shri Shaila Mountain, Mallikarjuna, Shri Lanka, seeacost areas.
Deeds: care for human well-being through the mantra and tantra, wandering around all India, dharma propagation.

Shri Mallik nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji

Panth: Het nathi (Aghor).
Place: Orissa (Nivar district).
Sadhana: ardha-virasana, siddhasana siddhis. Vajrayana-siddhi, shmashan-siddhi.
Tapasya: in shmashan of Bengal, Orissa.
Deeds: Vajrayana, shmashan siddhi through the yoga, service for human well-being.

Shri Manasai nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Bhagai nathji

Panth: Aai
Place: Mathura, Agra (Uttar Pradesh).
Sadhana: gomukhasana, matsyendrasana, vajrasana siddhi.
Tapasya: avadhoot-tapasvi (jata-sadhana) in Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Panjab etc.
Deeds: hatha-yoga sadhana, propagated and spreaded dharma through jnyana-yoga tapasya.

Shri Manik nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji

Panth: varkari
Place: Ahmedabad, Gujarat.
Sadhana: padmasana (jnyana-mudra) siddhi, bhakti-yoga, hatha-yoga.
Tapasya: asceticism
Deeds: spreading of bhakti-sadhana.

Shri Manju nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Matsyendranathji

Panth: Mannathi
Place: Kadali, Simhala island (Ceylon)
Tapasya: West Bengal, Karnataka, Orissa.
Sadhana: continuous travelling, ardha-virasana siddhi, tapasthali, tantra-mantra yoga, gyana-yoga siddhi.
Deeds: spreading of dharma around all India.

Shri Markandeya nathji
Guru: Shri Omkar Adinathji

Panth: Shiv-yogi.
Place: northeast side of Kaylas mountain.
Sadhana: siddhasana, urdhva kachhavasana siddhis, shankha-mudra.
Tapasya: Brahmacharya, service for Guru Adinathji, Agni Brahman; obtained food by begging (bhiksha anna); perfection in strong tapasya to achieve the grace of the gods and goddesses, and the visions of past, present and future.

Shri Masta nathji
According to natha-yogis and in particular to yogis of Aai-panth, Siddha Baba Mastanath is recognized by one of last avatars of Guru Gorakshanath in the human form that could be approximately in the end of a XVIII-th century. Read more…

Shri Meru nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Gauravnathji

Panth: Kaplani (kapalika)
Place: Bihar
Sadhana: virasana and parvat-utkatasana (meru-asana) siddhi.
Deeds: tapasya-sadhana in mountain area, spreading of dharma around all India.

Shri Mina nathji
Guru: Shri Omkar Adinathji

Panth: Pav
Place: Kashmir kshetra, Assam
Sadhana: vajrasana siddhi.
Tapasya: yoga, dhyana, samadhi-marga, gyana-marga.

Shri Nagarjuna nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji

Panth: Parasnathi, Raval-panth
Place: Shri Shaila Mountain (south)
Sadhana: knowledge of Rasayana-shastra, Tantra-shastra, worship of Nagadevi, mantra-yoga, gyan-yoga, writing of books, tapasya on Shaila mountain and in Jvalaji, hastapada utkatasana siddhi.
Deeds: spreading doctrine in Malvar, Orissa, Bengal, Tibet, Himalayas, Andhra Pradesh, Shri Shaila Mountain.

Shri Narada Deva nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Matsyendranathji.

Panth: Satnath
Place: Maharashtra (south).
Sadhana: bhakti-yoga siddhi.
Deeds: propagated way of bhakti in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh.

Shri Naramai nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Brahmainathji

Panth: Aai
Place: Jinda (Haryana).
Sadhana: avadhoot-tapasya (in naga condition – without clothes), hatha-yoga, padmasana, siddhasana siddhis.
Tapasya: hatha-yoga (in the nude form) in Haryana, Panjab, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh.
Deeds: propagated doctrine of Nath and dharma in Haryana, Jammu-Kashmir, Rajasthan, Panjab, Himachal Pradesh and all India.

Shri Nivritti nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Gahininathji

Panth: Vaishnavi(Varkari)
Place: Triambakeshvar (Maharashtra)
Sadhana: pavan-muktasana siddhi, bhakti-yoga sadhana, svastikasana, siddhasana siddhis, kundalini sadhana.
Tapasya: reached all possible siddhis by bhakti-yoga.
Deeds: propagated of bhakti-yoga, care for people.

Shri Pippal nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Ramnathji

Panth: Ramik (Ramnathi)
Place: Prayag (Uttar Pradesh)
Tapasya: Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, mountains of Nepal.
Sadhana: padmasana, siddhasana, parvat-utkatasana siddhis; courage, mahamudra-siddhi.
Deeds: spreading of nath-yoga, care for human well-being, showing of yoga-siddhis.

Shri Prabhudeva nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Matsyendranathji

Panth: Aai
Place: Sikkim
Sadhana: tapasya in dandasana.
Tapasya: stay naked in full dispassion.
Deeds: yoga-sadhana, spreading of knowledge.

Shri Prakash nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji

Panth: Bhartrihari Vairag
Place: West Bengal, Gujarat.
Tapasya: mountain area.
Sadhana: pada-bhujangasana, siddhasana siddhi, gyan-mudra siddhi, gyan-yoga siddhi, appearance of light volume from body.
Deeds: spreading of dhyan-yoga, gyan-yoga, laya-yoga.

Shri Praudha nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Bhartrihari nathji

Panth: Bhartrihari Vairag
Place: Ujjain (Madhya Pradesh).
Sadhana: hasta-padangushtha-shirshasana siddhi, siddhasana, avadhoot-sadhana.
Tapasya: avadhoot-tapasya in Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Panjab, Rajasthan etc.
Deeds: spreading of dharma of Gorakshanath and Nath-Sampradaya.

Shri Ratan nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji

Panth: Satnath
Place: Bhatinda (Panjab)
Sadhana: raja-yoga, laya-yoga, pavanahari-yoga, khanjanasana.
Deeds: working wonders around all India, Kabul, Kandhar, Mecca, Medina.

Shri Sahajai nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Kanakainathji

Panth: Aai
Place: East Bengal.
Sadhana: being in avadhoot state, sadhana in the sea (near the sea or ocean), parvat-utkatasana siddhi.
Tapasya: East Bengal, tapasya in eastern seaside areas (avadhoot state).
Deeds: propagated vairadya, gyana, absence of desires.

Shri Sahiroba nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Gahininathji.

Panth: Varkari.
Place: Gova-kshetra.
Sadhana: Bhakti-yoga, kundalini chakra sadhana, bhunamunasana siddhi.
Tapasya: Bhakti-yoga – Maharashtra, Gova, Andhra, Bengal and other places of tapasya.
Deeds: writing of books, spreading of bhakti-yoga.

Shri Sanak nathji
Guru: Shri Omkar Adinathji

Panth: Satnath
Place: Badrinath in Kashmir, Vaikuntha.
Tapasya: dhyana-gyana yoga, karma-kanda upasana (on the riverbank of Gandaki).
Sadhana: gomukhasana, padmasana siddhis.
Deeds: spreading of dharma and knowledge.

Shri Sananda nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji.

Panth: Satnathi
Place: southeast of Kaylas Mountain.
Tapasya: Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, Yamuna.
Sadhana: dhyana, samadhi, commentation of Vedas, knowledge of Vedas.
Deeds: spreading of Brahma-vidya, svastikasana and hastapada-vakrasana siddhis.

Shri Sanatan nathji
Guru: Shri Omkar Adinathji

Panth: Satnath.
Tapasya: Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, yoga-sadhana and gyana-sadhana near Yamuna river, karma-kanda upasana.
Sadhana: padmasana, siddhasana siddhi.
Deeds: spreading of dharma and knowledge.

Shri Sanatkumar nathji
Guru: Shri Omkar Adinathji

Panth: Satnath.
Place: Southwest direction (nairitya)
Sadhana: dharana-dhyana-samadhi yoga, dvipada vatayanasana siddhi.
Tapasya: Kaylas, Badrinath, Gangotri are the places of tapasya; Brahma-jnyana, Brahma-darshan, commentation of Vedas.

Shri Sarasvatai nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji

Panth: Aai
Place: Kaikai (northwest part of India)
Sadhana: pashchimottanasana, siddhasana, virasana siddhis.  Spontaneous experience of Shabda-Brahman, also perfect knowledge of music, bhakti-siddhi.
Deeds: spreading of bhakti-yoga.

Shri Shabar nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Matsyendranathji

Panth: Kapalika.
Place: Gauda area in Bengal.
Sadhana: mahamudra, shunya-samadhi, antar-mukha sadhana, shmashan-sadhana.
Tapasya: Vikram Shila, Magadha (the territory of Bihar and Jarkhand), West Bengal, tapasya on the Shri Shaila Mountain.
Deeds: spreading of dharma and care for human well-being.

Shri Shringeri nathji (Gopichand nath)
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Jvalendra nathji.

Panth: Pav.
Place: Gauda area in Bengal, West Bengal (Rangapur).
Sadhana: mulabandha-siddhi in siddhasana, garudasana-siddhi.
Tapasya: West Bengal, Rajasthan, Himalayas.
Deeds: wandered around all India and propagated nath-dharma.

Shri Shritai nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji

Panth: Aai
Place: Kuru-kshetra (Haryana).
Sadhana: ardhva-pada-hastasana, svastikasana, garudasana siddhis, kundalini-yoga.
Tapasya: Haryana, Panjab, Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Himalayas etc.
Deeds: spreading of natha-yoga.

Shri Siddhabuddha nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Dariyanathji

Panth: Nateshvari (Dariya nathi)
Place: Kaikai area, Pakistan.
Tapasya: Jammu Kashmir (Amarnath).
Sadhana: padmasana siddhi, gyan-mudra, chandra-rasamrita, kurmasana siddhi.
Deeds: service for human well-being.

Shri Siddhapad nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Niranjan nathji

Panth: Aai
Place: Himachal Pradesh.
Tapasya: Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, stood on one foot of 12 years in woods of Badrinath.
Sadhana: padangushtasana siddhi.
Deeds: spreading of nath-dharma around of India.

Shri Siddhasan nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Matsyendranathji

Panth: Aai
Place: southwestern area, Orissa.
Sadhana: tapasya in siddhasana.
Deeds: spreading of yoga around of India and out of it.

Shri Sukadeva nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji

Panth: Ramke
Place: on the islands and mountains.
Tapasya: unknown tapasya.
Sadhana: dhruvasana, padmasana siddhis.
Deeds: spreading of Shrimad Bhagavatam, propagating of moksha and mukti.

Shri Surananda nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Balaknathji

Panth: Bhartrihari Vairag
Place: Dungarpur, Rajastan.
Sadhana: gorakshasana siddhi, jnyana-dhyana yoga.
Tapasya: Rajasthan, Panjab, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh.
Deeds: spreading of knowledge and bhakti in Madhya Pradesh, Panjab, Rajasthan.

Shri Surat nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji

Panth: Aai.
Place: Panjab, Uttar Pradesh (Shamali).
Sadhana: pavan-muktasana siddhi.
Tapasya: dhuna-karma sadhana (tapasya near dhuna).
Deeds: spreading of yoga siddhanta, showing of the yoga-siddhas in Uttar Pradesh, Panjab, Haryana, Bihar, Rajastan.

Shri Tara nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Matsyendranathji

Panth: Pagal
Place: Pancha-janya kshetra (southwestern area).
Tapasya: West Bengal, Gauhati (Kamakhya), Himachal, Tibbatia.
Sadhana: padmasana, dvipada-dhruvasana siddhis.
Deeds: kapalika aghora siddhi, care for human well-being.

Shri Tintini nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Jalandhar nathji

Panth: Pav
Place: Southern part of India.
Sadhana: tolasana, lolasana, kukutasana, tripada-ashvasana siddhis.
Deeds: wandered around India, propogated gyan-yoga.

Shri Vakra nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Chakra nathji

Panth: Nateshvari
Place: Kaikei and Jammu district.
Tapasya: Himalayas mountains.
Sadhana: svastikasana, vakrasana siddhis, full adherence to Brahman (Brahmacharana).
Deeds: yoga sadhana propagation, yoga miracles, service to people, pilgrimage.

Shri Vira nathji
Guru: Shri Shambhujati Guru Gorakshanathji

Panth: Dariya nathi.
Place: Punjab.
Sadhana: padvirasana siddhi, Shri Hauman upasana.
Tapasya: Punjab, Sindh pradesh, Himachal pradesh, Himalayas.
Deeds: propagation of Dharma all over the India.

Shri Virupaksha nathji
Guru: Shri Omkar Adinathji.

Panth: Sahacharyo (sahajani yog).
Place:  Shri Parvat Devikot, Orissa.
Sadhana: siddhasana, svastikasana, padmasana, dvipada mastakasana siddhis.
Deeds: support and propagation of Yamari tantra.

Shri Yajnavalkya nathji
Guru: Shri Siddha Yogi Satyanathji

Panth: Satnath
Place: Himachal Pradesh, Kanva-kshetra (Kotadvar)
Tapasya: realized siddhis of living on the sun.
Sadhana: dharana-dhyana-samadhi, accent on shunya-samadhi, pavan-muktasana siddhi.
Deeds: propagated gyana-yoga.
Reference and Citation.

Siddha Bhogar Designed Aircraft Tamils In South America

The world of Siddhars is unique and their thought run parallel to Sanatana Dharma, if one were to go by their works.

Many thoughts found in their works are reflected in the Sanatana Dharma.

This could be because of the fact that we were fed the concocted History of India, where Tamil is portrayed as anti Sanatana Dharma,inimical to North.

Hence with this background one tends to think Tamil System of Tought is different from the Sanatana Dharma.

But my researches for the past six years show that  this is not so.

One finds the echo in the other.

The problem is which preceded.

This seems difficult to fathom as the time frames are quite vast, running into thousands of years,

This BC, AD business has no relevance in Indian Thoughts because of its antiquity.

The Siddhas are realized souls who transcend Time and Space and they are believed and in many cased have been sen in Physical frame.

To cite a few, Babaji of Himalayas.Trilinga Swamigal, Kuzhandaianada Swamigal and many more from both he south and north of Vindhyas.

While the worship of Shiva has not been  mentioned in the Vedas, the Tamils swear by it  from their fist Grammar book, Tholkaappiyam.

Shiva is credited with the Creation of the Tamil language, with His son Lord Subrahmanya as his successor.

And Sage Agstya was entrusted with the job of nurturing Tamil.

Agastya is considered to be one of the early co-founders of Tamil, if the term could be used.

Agastya composed the first Tamil Grammar work called Agathiyam.

Agastya is a Siddha.

Bhogar, is the disciple of Agastya.

Bhogar installed the Idol of Lord Subrahmanya at Palani,Tamil Nadu with Nine poisonous herbs and this Idol is being worshiped even now and it is expected to last this Kaliyga, the prest aeon.

Bhogar was also a Yogin as the other other Siddhars..

He indulged in Astral Traveling, can use Transmigration at Will.

He is recorded to have been to Chile in South America.

This has been cited in their legends.(?)

Bhogar was also reported to have designed Aircraft for Traveling and used it.

I had written articles on the connection between the Tamil and the Aztecs,Mayas .

Kindly refer these Posts to have more information.

Bhogar a Senior Siddha surveying far away places.jpg Bhogar, traversing the sky, observes faraway places like Arabia, Rome, and China.Bhogar a Senior Siddha surveying far away places.

In one of his songs Bhoganāthar claims to have flown to China at one point in a sort of airplane which he built: he held discussions with Chinese Siddhas before returning to India (Kailasapathy, 1969, p. 197-211). His visit to South America has been confirmed by accounts left by the Muycas of Chile:

“Bocha, who gave laws to Muycas, was a white, bearded man, wearing long robes, who regulated the calendar, established festivals, and vanished in time like others (other remarkable teachers who had come across the Pacific according to numerous legends of Incas, Aztecs and Mayans).” (Lal 1965, p. 20)Citaitons.Material in this chapter is based upon the life story of the Siddha Bhoganāthar narrated by Yogi S.A.A. Ramaiah in his introduction to the third volume of the collected works of Bhoganathar, Bogar Kandam Yogam: Babaji’s Yoga of Boganathar, and notes in lectures.

Authorities quoted by Bancroft in the Pacific States, Vol. V., 23-24.

See ‘The Wandering Taoist’, by Deng Ming-Dao. 1983 for a contemporary account of Taoist immortals and their practices in China, and ‘The Tao and Chinese Culture’ by Da Liu. 1979 for a description of the highest goal of Taoist practices, ‘golden” immortality.

It is here that Macchamuni (Macchendranātha), one of his disciples, later composed the first great treatise on the scientific art of Kriya Tantra Yoga, from which arose the Kalpia and Kapalika tantric traditions.

Babaji and the 18 Siddha Kriya Yoga Tradition, by M. Govindan (Kriya Yoga Publications, 1991), pp. 113-118.

More on Bhogar and Siddhars to follow.




From Google scholar.



The Incas celebrated the Makara Sanakrathi.

The Ayar-Incas that primitive Aryan words and people came to America especially from Indo-Arya by the island chains ofPolynesia. The very name of the boat in Mexico is a South Indian (Tamil) word: Catamaran.”-

The Ayar-Incas (2 Volume Set): 1. Monuments, Culture, and American Relationship; 2. Asiatic Origins-Miles Poindexter,Former US Ambassador-

The Incas celebrated the Makara Sankaranti in the South Indian Style.



‘Most of you in India are familiar with the Charak Puja ceremonial observed in Bengal and several States in South India. This Hindu Ceremonial also observed in Mexicohistorian call it the mexicon and peru. The Spanish Valador ritual. A relief of Bayon central temple of Angkor Thom inCambodia represents a rite similar to the Mexico Valador. The use of parasol (Chhatra) is an age-old sign of royalty and rank in India, Burma, China and Japan. The Maya Astec and the Incas also used it as a sign of royalty. Frescoes of Chak Multum in Yucatan show two types of parasols both of which correspond to types still in use in South-East Asia.’

Incas celebrated it as “Inti Raymi”



Hanuman Sheds Tears Bangalore, Govt. Blocks The Only Video

There was a comment for my Post Hanuman sheds Tears, Real Life Story in Facebook that the Idol of Lord Hanuman at Banswadi, a suburb of Bangalore sheds tears on Hanuman Jayanthi Day.

I sought information from the writer.

Anjaneya Bangalore.jpg

Hanuman, Banswadi, Bangalore.

No sooner than I posted the reply, I realised that I could Google for the information.

I did just that.

For the web search term ‘hanuman tears banaswadi’, I could get information.

This included the one from Bangalore Tourism .

I am providing the excerpt from the site.

But for Video search, the search returned with the only Video.

The catch is that the Video has been blocked by the Government Of India!

This is the search result.


This is the message for the Url..


Well, what reason could there be?

That It is Hanuman, ?

Hanuman Sheds Tears, Banswadi , Bangalore.

‘Every year on the eve of Hanuman Jayanthi which falls between December 16 to January 14 usually on a full moon-day in the month of Chaitra, this deity is attracted by a miracle; it so happens that tears come out from the idol and people flock from all parts of Bangalore to witness this miracle.

The Most important prehistory of this temple was constructed in dravidian fashion, it is 100 years old. and it has small small temples to denote their prehistory themselves and dedicated to Lord Rama, Shiva and Ganapathi within the walled compound.