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siddha

Ayurvedic medicine
A permutation of ayurvedic medicine from the Tamil culture of southern India and Sri Lanka; many of the siddha remedies are basic elements—e.g., copper, gold, mercury, sulphur.
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Written by co-founder of the Yoga Siddha Research Project Marshall Govindan, The Wisdom of Jesus and the Yoga Siddhas is a unique spiritual resource giving insight into the original teachings of Jesus Christ, and also showing how Christ's words parallel the ancient yogic teachings of the Yoga Siddhas.
AG, in TA IV: 267 says: "The lineage of the Siddhas (siddha-santati) in the various yugas is made by Kurmanatha up to Minanatha.
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A Sanskrit biography of the Siddhas and Some Questions Connected with Nagarjuna," Animadversiones Indicae, JASB 26.