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    Who are Siddhars? The name Pathinensiddhars in today’s practice actually speak about the 48 types of siddhars. It does not speak about the actual Pathinensiddhars. These 48 types of siddhars are not the true Pathinensiddhars. The Pathinensiddhars came to this earth during its formation from other celestial galaxies. They are called as the core Pathinensiddhars. They saw through the evolution of this earth. When the highest form of animal called as ‘Manneesar’ got evolved, these Pathinensiddhars civilized them to change them to human beings.

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    Peedaathipathi


    Who are Pathinensiddhar Peedaathipathis? In the last three eras, nine (9) Pathinensiddhar Peedaathipathis took birth to function as Gnaana Aachaariyaars in order to protect the Indhu Religion from all ill-effects, weaknesses and losses that regularly creep into the religion in due course of time. They are as under: Anaathi Karuwooraar Aadhi Karuwooraar Thonmadurai Karuwooraar Thenmadurai Karuwooraar Pahruli Atrangarai Karuwooraar Kumari Atrangarai Karuwooraar Kapaadapura Karuwooraar Thaamiraparani Atrangarai Karuwooraar Vaigai Atrangarai Karuwooraar In the fourth era namely the Kaliyan yugam that is currently running the Tenth Pathinensiddhar Peedaathipathi actively worked between Kaliyan yugam 3001 to Kaliyugam 3251.

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    48 types of Siddhars


    Explanation on 48 Types of Siddhars In the present world, as soon as the word Siddhars is talked about, everyone remembers only the siddhars by name Agathiyar, Thirumoolar, Nandhi, Punnaakkeesar, Pulathiyar, Idaikkaadar, Bogar, Pulippaani, Konganar, Kaalaangi, Akappeyar, Paampaatti Siddhar, Theraiyar, Kuthampaiyar, Sattainaathar, ... etc. But the siddhars named in this list are not the Pathinensiddhars! These siddhars are all belonging to the other 48 types of Siddhars as per the classification that exist in Gurupaarampariyam maintained and written by the Pathinensiddhar Peedaathipathis.

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    Pathinen Siddhar Mutt


    PATHINEN SIDDHAR MADAM (1) Generally in this world Mutts are there in every religion. The Mutt is the office that performs the organizational and administrative works of that religion. The head of any Mutt in India is called as ‘Madaathipathi’. Some organizations use the word ‘Math’ instead of ‘Mutt’. (2) It has been a tradition or unwritten rule that the head of this Mutt or religious office remains a monk or renounced person or a person who does not marry or a person who does not have a family life of his / her own or a person who hates, refuses to have sexual relationship.

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    History of Siddhars - Part 1


    The Siddha Philosophy is the Divine Science contributed by the Eighteen Siddhars (Pathinen Siddhars). The Divine Science acquired a lot of additions from various sources and became the Indhu Religion of today. So, the information about the Siddha Philosophy would introduce the Eighteen Siddhars. And this would in turn introduce the Indhu Renaissance Movement (IMI) of today. Indhu Renaissance Movement (IMI) was formed in the year 1772.

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    History of Siddhars - Part 2


    In Kumari continent on the banks of the Pahruli River the Eighteen Siddhars implemented their Social Philosophy amongst the human beings who naturally grew up there. This Social Philosophy got matured into the Political Philosophy to form the very first government on this earth. This first government was thus founded by the Eighteen Siddhars on the banks of the river Pahruli. This government being the oldest was named later as ‘Pandaiya Kingdom’.

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    History of Siddhars - Part 3


    In order to avoid becoming voluminous, a very short account of these Pathinensiddhar Peedaathipathis is given in this essay. Of the 11 pathinensiddhar Peedaathipathis who have come and worked on this earth, the last two have done significant works. They are as under: a) His Holiness 10th Pathinensiddhar Peedam, Gurumahaa sannidhaanam Siddhar Amaraavathi aatrangarai Karuwooraar. (100 BCE - 150 CE) b) His Holiness 11th Pathinensiddhar Peedam, Gurumahaa sannidhaanam, Siddhar Kaaviri Aatrangarai Karuwooraar (785 CE - 1040 CE).

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    History of Siddhars - Part 4


    His Holiness 11th Pathinensiddhar Peedaathipathi Gurumahaa Sannidhaanam Siddhar Kaaviri aatrangarai Karuwooraar decided in favour of Political Change. He concluded that through Political change the triangular fort of Tamil language, race and country could form Divine Rule and can make the Siddha Philosophy grow all over the world. To get this concrete decision, His Holiness toured around the world. He founded numerous Schools, Universities for developing the Divine Arts and Sciences of the Lost Lemuria Continent.

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    History of Siddhars - Part 5


    During His period, His Holiness the 11th Pathinensiddhar Peedam saw that the Tamil race was divided and subdivided into numerous fragments on the basis of caste, religion and economic differences, estrangments, competitions, petty fights. Even though the Tamils were living in the entire the landscape between Himalayas and Kumari point and they were the aboriginates of this land, the Tamils were suppressed beyond recognition during His period i.e. 6th century of Common Era.

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    History of Siddhars - Part 6


    Two and a half centuries back Siddhar Ealanampattiyaar, the hereditary heir to Siddhar Karu Ooraar, founded the ‘Indhu Renaissance Movement’. He founded IMI with the aim of declaring to the world that Siddha Philosophy was borne not for the Tamils or India alone, but it was for the entire world. He used the word ‘Indhu’ instead of ‘Indhu Religion’. He has established the explanation for this in theory as well as in practice.

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