Siddhars

There are many thoughts regarding Siddhars. It is mentioned that God is “Sath- Chith- Aanandam”. ‘Sath’ means reality, ‘Chith’ means intelligence. ‘Aanandam’ means Bliss. Siddhars attained all the above. Sivan the God of Indians is called as ‘Aadhi Siddhar’. In Kanjamali at Salem the moolakkirahar ‘Sivam’ is worshiped in the name of Siddheswaran.

One among five Kappaiams in Tamil the Silappathikaram narrates that the Siddhars take bath in the soil, reclaim on the sky, and wanderin the water(Sea). Siddhars lived in forests, caves and mountains. They are not recluse, Sanyasis, Rishies or so on. Some Siddhars belived in God and some were against God. It sounds atheistic when they say that ‘Stone never speaks when God is in the heart’.

The Siddhars lived with Thabonilai, the power of austerity. Their motto was to reach ‘Siva Nilai’, the blissful state. At the same time they wished to do something for the Benefit of human beings; mainly their longevity of healthy life. The system derived from their wisdom is known as Siddha Vaidyam.

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