Sharabha Rudra Avatar

The word ‘Sharabha’ (Sanskrit: शरभ) is a Sanskrit word which refers to one of the species of deer. ‘Sharabh’ is also referred to an animal group called ‘Jaṅghāla’ (large-kneed). ‘Sharabh’ is a specific breed of deer whose legs are very long and extremely strong. But here ‘Sarabha Rudra Avatar’ is one of the Divine incarnations of… read more »

Dakini Kula Mandala

Etymology and Meaning in Siddha Dharma The term Ḍākinī (Sanskrit: डाकिनी) originates from the Sanskrit word Ḍāka (Sanskrit: डाक).  However, the etymological connection between Ḍākinī and Ḍāka is not straightforward. In spiritual contexts especially in Siddha Dharma, it refers to a male entity akin to the Ḍākinī. The word Ḍāka, when interpreted in the context… read more »

Tejottama Yoga Patala

‘Tejottama Yoga Patala’ is the fifth ‘Patala’ (chapter) of one of the most comprehensive and the fundamental Granth of Siddha Dharma of Himalayan Siddhas called the ‘Deva Samadhi Tantra’. It is written by Mahasiddha Kopashirsha Nath ji famously known as Mahasiddha Koshir Nath also. (Designation: Mahasiddha Gana Chakra Nath ; महासिद्ध गण चक्र नाथ )… read more »

Kulant Peeth Ashtottarshat Namavali

Kulant Peeth Ashtottarshat Namavali’ is an illustrated manuscript written in praise of Kulant Peeth. ‘Kulant Peeth Ashtottarshat Namavali’ consists of the words where ’Kulant Peeth’ is the abode of the Devi-Devatas and Mahasiddhas in western Himalayas, India. In olden times the land of ‘Kulant Peeth’ started from Kuluta Kingdom and expanded till entire ranges of… read more »

Lazeram: Legendary Shaman of Goddess Totala

Lazeram ji was a ‘Goor’ (medium and Shaman) in the ‘Deva Parampara’ tradition of the Himalayan Siddhas. He belonged to the ‘Kumhar’ caste, whose family lines used to do pottery. But Lazeram Ji was a deeply spiritual man since his childhood. He came from the family lineage of the ‘Goor’ of the Goddess Totala (the… read more »

Agni Batuk Tantra

‘Agni Batuk Tantra’ is an illustrated manuscript and a Tantra Granth. ‘Agni Batuk Tantra’ is a combination of three words, ‘Agni’ (Sanskrit: अग्नि) means fire, ‘Batuk’ (Sanskrit: बटुक) is the form of Bhairava and ‘Tantra’. The ‘Agni Batuk Tantra’ is a ‘Granth’ that was given by Mahasiddha Kaalkroora Nath to his disciples through ‘Maukhikh Parampara’… read more »

Deva Mahamudra

Etymology Mahamudra is a Sanskrit word, where ‘Deva’ means ‘Devata’, ‘Maha’ means great and ‘Mudra’ means a symbol or a seal which is embossed piece of wood, stone, metal, cloth etc. that is valuable and precious. For example ‘Swarna Mudra’ refers to a coin of gold. Deva Mahamudra’s objective is to tell that the whole… read more »

Ruru Bhairava

Ruru Bhairava is one of the eight most prominent Bhairava among the Asta-Bhairava. The Ruru Bhairava is the Bhairava who is believed to be the epitome of lord Rudra and his consort is believed to be Maheshwari Matrika. His divine vehicle is a white ox while the divine vehicle of his consort Maheshwari Matrika is… read more »

Kubera Tantra Sāra

As per “Siddha Dharma”, Kubera is the Yaksha God. He is the king of the mystical land “Alkapuri” and is believed to be a Yaksha king, ruling over the northern direction. He is also believed to be the half-brother of Lanka King Ravana. Kubera is also known by the name of Visravana in many other… read more »

Kaṅkāla Mālinī Kalpa

Etymology Kaṅkāla means skeleton. Mālinī means garlanded. Kalpa here implies systematised knowledge. Kaṅkāla Mālinī Kalpa is system of knowledge esoterically represented by hundred and eight Kaṅkāla while Muṇḍa mālinī is a system of knowledge esoterically represented with fifty one skulls. Āgama Nigama Origin Of Kaṅkāla Mālinī  When Shiva was teaching tantra to Shakti, then Shakti… read more »