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Sunday, January 3, 2010

Guru Mantra


Summary of the Mantra 

The Guru is Brahma (The God of Creation)
The Guru is Vishnu (The God of Sustenance)
The Guru is Shiva (The God of Annihilation)
My Salutation to such a Guru, who is verily the Supreme God

For audio of Guru Mantra :  Pls use the below link

The Power of Mantra Chanting : 

Sound Is Power
I firmly believe that the sound of Mantra can lift the believer towards the higher self. These sound elements of Sanskrit language are permanent entities and are of everlasting significance. In the recitation of Sanskrit Mantras the sound is very important, for it can bring transformation in you while leading you to power and strength.

Different sounds have different effects on human psyche. If a soft sound of wind rustling through leaves soothes our nerves, the musical note of running stream enchants our heart, thunders may cause awe and fear.
The sacred utterances or chanting of Sanskrit Mantras provide us with the power to attain our goals and lift ourselves from the ordinary to the higher level of consciousness. They give us the power to cure diseases; ward off evils; gain wealth; acquire supernatural powers; worship a deity for exalted communion and for attaining blissful state and attain liberation.
Origin of Mantras
Mantras are Vedic in origin. The teachings of the Vedas consist of various Mantric chants or hymns cognized by different seers or Rishis from the Cosmic Mind. Since the Vedas are impersonal and eternal, the exact historical date of the origin of Mantra chanting is hard to arrive at. For example, every Mantra in the Vedas, Upanishads and various religious traditions (sampradayas) within Hindu religion begin with Om or Aum - the primordial sound, the sound that is said to have its origins at the time of the creation of the cosmos - also referred to as the 'Big Bang'.
Om: The Beginning & the End
The Bible (John 1:1) says: "In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was God." Modern Vedic philosophers have interpreted this teaching of the Bible, and equated Om with God. Om is the most important of all mantras. All mantras generally begin and often also end with Om.
How to Chant
There are many schools of thought on the methods of chanting. A Mantra chanted correctly or incorrectly, knowingly or unknowingly, carefully or carelessly, is sure to bear the desired result for physical and mental well being. It is also believed by many that the glory of Mantra chanting cannot be established through reasoning and intellect. It can be experienced or realized only through devotion, faith and constant repetition of the Mantra.
According to some scholars, Mantra chanting is Mantra Yoga. The simple yet powerful Mantra, Om or Aum harmonizes the physical forces with the emotional forces with the intellectual forces. When this happens, you begin to feel like a complete being - mentally and physically. But this process is very slow and requires a lot of patience and unfailing faith.
The Guru-Mantra
In my opinion the healing through chanting can be expedited if the mantra is received from a guru. A guru adds a divine potency to the mantra. It becomes more effective and thus helps the chanter in his/her healing faster.
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Saturday, January 2, 2010

My Experiences with Siddha Yogi By Janardhanan Nair


Unveiling truth about the real Yogi who lived in Our Life period

The truth comes to us through the Revelations of Mr. Janardhanan Nair, who was very close to the Yogi and shared a strong bondage with him for 35 years. Yogi Lived in his house the last 30 years, till the day the Yogi attained his Samadhi.

AN interview by ANIL

On the 26th of November 2005, Anil went to the house of Janarthanan Nair (ashrama of Yogi) to be told by his daughter that HE was near the Samadhi of the Guru. Anil walked up to the Samadhi and found Mr. Nair preparing for the morning pooja. In the meanwhile Anil took photographs of the Samadhi, near Pulipara Mara and then proceeded with the interview:


ANIL: When was the first time that you met Yogi ji?

J. Nair: 1960! Yes, it was 1960 when I saw Yogi ji for the first time. In the town of Pathanamthitta, near a shop, when the shopkeeper pointed out to me that Swamiji (Prabhakara Sidha yogi) is more than a hundred years old. Enthusiastically, I glanced over to where Swamiji was standing and found a person who looked not a day over 50 years.
I came back home and told about the Swamiji to my brother-in-law (Kottor Madhavan Pilla) and that he was a kalatheethan [a man who passes the restriction of ageing).
My brother in law said he knew about this swamiji but he wanted to see him.
From that day, I took upon finding the Swamiji and finally one day I spotted him near the dwelling of the owner of Anurag theatre, who was well known in the vicinity. I requested Swamiji to please bless my house by walking into it. To my delight and good stars, swamiji accepted my invitation and came to my home. From that day, he became a regular visitor and then decided to start living with me.
From that day to his samadhi, he lived each single day in my home with occasional travels

One day Swamiji told me that I needed to build an ashrama for him. I told him, Swamiji you know I am a poor school teacher and I don’t have enough funds to build an ashrama.
At that time I was only getting Rs 400 as salary and it was difficult for me to even run the household in that amount. At that time I was living in my ancestral home that was below the Puliparan Mala.
But with Swamiji’s blessing soon a home loan was sanctioned in my name and I was able to get some land at the top of Pullipara Rock as Swamiji had wished. We finally managed to build a small ashrama on the top of the hill.
You know there is a history of Pullipara Rock and why swamiji insisted that his ashrama be on the top of it.
As various books related to Lord Ayyppa say, Puli Nayaka Swamiyar, was the chief advisor of Lord Ayyppa. And our Swamiji is the rebirth of Puli Nayaka Swamiyar, who in his last birth stayed in Pulippara Mala. Lord Ayyapa used to visit Pulippara Mala and stay with Swamiyar. Similarly, when Swamiyar visited Panthalam Palace, the abode of Lord Ayyapa, he used to stay there. In those times all this area uptill Sabari Mala was a thick forest.
When Lord Ayyappa decided to move back to the heavenly abode, Puli Nayaka Swamiyar also dissolved in Kailasam with HIM. But as the Shastras (Divine Doctrines) say , any body born on earth will have to attain death on the earth itself (or attain samadhi in the case of sanyasi). So Swamiyar was reborn on our earth as Prabhakara Yogi in AD 1263 as Prabhakara Sidha Yogi in Akavoor Mana in Chowara near Kaladi.
It is then Swamiji revealed to me that He would attain Samadhi in this place that is why He had chosen this place for the new ashrama and to live with me.

ANIL: I heard from somebody that Famous Actor Mohan Lal also got blessing from Yogiji and His blessings are the main reason for his overwhelming popularity and success throughout his career. Is it correct?

(Note from ANIL: For every astrology student Mohan Lal’s Horoscope is a Peculiar One, according to the Vedic astrology his charts do not predict so much success for him. His horoscope was seriously debated over by my Astroguru and me in 1998. My astroguru predicted that as soon as the Shukra dasa of Mohan Lal ends and Surya dasa begins, Mohan Lal would see a downfall in his career and that his brother would either meet death in some accident or some unfortunate event. But certainly his badly placed surya would give him difficult phase from 13/11/1999 to 13/11/2005 both professionally and personally. I told about these predictions to my friends . later they were surprised at the accuracy of vedic astrology when Mohan Lal’s only brother committed suicide just within the year of his bad phase. But we all were very surprised when no downfall came in his career graph. He was awarded another National Award and gave upon hits after hits like Narasimham , Balettan, Naran ,Aramthampuran etc. this made me thinking and I started doubting the basic principles of astrology and the credibility of astro guru. But all the time I had a strong intuition that there was something extra-ordinary in Mohan Lal’s case, which his charts don’t display.That led to ask this question.)

J. Nair: As I have said earlier Mohan Lal’s uncle, Mr. Gopinathan Nair was a disciple of Swamiji and visited Him regularly. On one such visit Swamiji took out a very attractive Ganapathy Vigraham from his curled hair. Gopinathan Nair was attracted by the beauty of Vigraham (idol) and took it in his hands. He asked Swamiji if he could keep it. Swamiji said that he could only if he could give what the idol needed everyday. Gopinathan promised that he would daily perform pooja and offer nevadhyam (food) to the Ganapathy Vigraham.
Mohan Lal came to stay with his uncle and try his hand at acting. It was then that famous director Fazil was planning a film called ‘Manjil Virinja pookkal’. Mohan Lal decided to try his luck. Before he left for the meeting with the director Fazil and producer Jijo Appachan, his uncle asked him to say a prayer to this Vigraham. They were pleased by attractive personality of Mohan Lal and selected him for the film. From that moment Ganapathy Vighraham became the Ishta Moorty (tutelary deity) of Mohan Lal. Mohan Lal was a very favourite of swamiji also.

ANIL: What was the Swamiji ‘s Relation with Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, the founder of ‘Art of living’?

J. Nair: Swamiji was the Guru of Sri Sri Ravishanker. One day some disciples of Siddha asrama visited Swamiji. They invited swamiji for a tour of Bangalore. After reaching Bangalore, the disciples went to attend some other religious function. Swamiji walked out on his own and came to the house of Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, who away from his native region in Tamil Nadu was staying in Bangalore. Swamiji met him and taught him various breathing techniques. Before leaving HE blessed him by saying that you shall become very famous in the Art of Breathing.
Swamiji came back to the ashrama in Kerela and said to me that I met Ravi Sahnkar. He would also become famous like Matha Amirthana Maya Devi. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar gained popularity after Swamiji’s samadhi.

ANIL: Is there any Relation with Sri Satya Sai Baba?

J. Nair: There is some strong relation with Sai Baba too, but I don’t know what exactly. That relation was a mysterious one, just like his own life. But I can tell you of one incident. When Sai Baba’s fame spread throughout Kerela, I was also lured into paying him a visit. But Swamiji stopped me by saying that I don’t need to meet him. I compelled but he did not concede.
After months of this discussion, I happened to travel to Madras with my School Manager for some official purpose. After our official duties were over, my school manager said that he wished to visit the Tirupati temple. So we went there. Someone told us that Puttavarti (Sai Baba’s Ashrama) was near Tirupati. My school manager made up his mind to visit there. I was not very eager to go as I did not have Swamiji’s permission yet I tugged along hesitantly.
We decided to go by train but for the first time in many years the train was cancelled due to some engine fault. We decided to take the bus but as soon as the bus started, it’s engine burst into a huge fire. It was then I told him that I am not going without my Guru’s permission and came back to the Ashrama.
When I came back, Swamiji asked me, ‘Did you see him (Sai Baba)? Did you go there?’ I was surprised how he could tell of our attempts. I honestly told him the whole story.
Time carried on with its own pace. I decided to go to Bangalore for a B.ed. admission. Swamiji said to me, ‘Sai baba is in Whitefield, 12 km from Bangalore. Now, go and meet him.’
With my official obligations over, I decided to go to Whitefield. A huge crowd had gathered to see Sai Baba. I made no attempt to move forward in the huge crowd and see Sai Baba from closely. Suddenly Sai Baba walked through the crowd and came very near to where I was. He spotted me and came to me, placed his hand on my head in the form of blessing and said in Tamil, ‘You come here because He told you to do so. Did you get permission from Him?’. I replied affirmatively. Then Sai Baba said, ‘HE and Myself are all One, HE is myself (Njan Than Avan), myself is Him only (Avan Than Njan). He knows everything.’
I was thrilled by that knowledge and thought how I knew the two greatest Yogis and had their blessings also.
Apart from this I do not know what is the mysterious relation between the two.

ANIL: Did any other great Swami also visited Prabhakara Yogi in this Asram?

J. Nair: Yes, Swami Vishnu-Devananda, Founder of the International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centers also visited to pay his homage to the Yogi. Swami Vishnu-devananda, was a world authority on Hatha and Raja Yoga. He was also known as the "Flying Swami" for the different peace missions he had accomplished all around the world. One can get more information on the website:

Flying swami came here to get advice from Yogiji during a Pilgrimage to Sabari mala. In 1986 Yogiji told to ‘Flying Swami’ that it was the time Go from this world.
Flying Swami asked, ‘For you or me?’
Yogiji said, ‘For both. I will go first and then shall you.’
Yogiji took Samadhi after 4 months of this meeting. After few years ‘Flying Swami’ also left His Body.

He had contacts with RAMANA MAHARSHI, Gandhiji etc., even Guru of Nithyanada Swami of Kanjagadu was disciple of Yogiji. Swamiji had blessed singer M G Sreekumar.
In his younger days, Matrubhumi reported that Police had mistakenly arrested Swamiji in 1949. Sir C.P Ramasami Iyer ( prime minister of Southern part of kerala ) came to his rescue because he was aware of the Yogic Powers of Swamiji.

Swamiji was the main inspiration behind Vikkam Muhammadu Bashir to enter in Literary field, he kindly remembers that in his autobiography. So as Thakazhi . Swamiji was Guru of Sri BRAHMASREE NEELAKANTA GURUPADAR (Guru of Chenkottukonam Swami).

ANIL: Was there any major Siddhi (Extraordinary talent) He Showed to You?

J. Nair: walking in air, covering Distance within no time,
Appearing at two different places at the Same time, do padmasana in Air, Floating in Air, Bathing in Boiling Water, Talking to a deadly Snake, Staying with me with out any food for months in a row.
Once SWAMIJI visited house of Famous person in Erumaly named Cherappadu YOGINI AMMA. She prepared paysam for swamiji and wished her daughter was also here as she loved payasam. But unfortunately she was in hundred kilometres away in Bombay. Swamiji said that I shall give this payasam to her daughter today itself.
Yogini Amma gave him a jar of payasam and an assistant to guide Him to her daughter’s house. Both Swamiji and the assistant walked upto the top of a hill nearby. Swamiji asked the assistant to hold his stick so that both of them could walk through the sky. In a matter of no time they reached Bombay, and Swamiji stayed with the daughter for one week before he returned back to the ashrama.

ANIL: Do you have any conformation that Swamiji Lived more than 723 years?

J. Nair: I am sure he lived more than 150 years as one person named Unni, who is now 90 told me that Prabhakara Yogi was living in this Village in his younger days when Unni was only 7 years Old and that time also Yogiji looked similar as he does now. So don’t play with Yogis as Your Kalikootukaran (Play mate).

Main Conformation about his age is given by the current generation of people living in AKAVANNOR MANA CHOWARA near Thiruviranikkulam Temple. Swamiji visited Akavanoor Mana in his last days. HE told me than that he was born and brought up in this place 700 years ago. People did not believe this claim of Swamiji. He told them that there is a THAKID (mystically written Copper or golden plate) at the inner top UTHARAM (wooden frame of the roof) of this MANA. In that Thakid, my Name is written as the 10th child of the 12 siblings along with the names of my brothers and sisters. The family members of that MANA searched for that Thakid on the top of the roof and they found this Thakid there on which were also written the Kolla Varsha (Malayalam year) 438 (AD 1263) along with what Swamiji had said. Thus, Swamiji proved before the MANA members that swamiji was occupant of that place many many years ago. Swamiji also mentioned that his time on earth will be complete the day that MANA is demolished. And it proved to be true when in the year 1986 that MANA was demolished for a new concrete building, swamiji took his samadhi.

ANL: If Yogiji was in real such a Great Person why could not people identify his greatness in his Life time?

J. Nair: Swamiji had a high secrecy level, as is common with all great spiritual people. He never allowed people to identify his greatness, infact, at various occasions he used to give a false impression. Only people with high Yogic powers could see his real personality . If HE was recognised by the masses then the rhythm and purpose of their being is disturbed because Swamiji need to travelled a lot in his last days and mingled with the people he like. Wide propulary may disturbeb his rethem.

Once some reporters from Kottayam came to interview Swamiji who requested them not to write about him, his existence should become public news for that would disturb him. Yogiji did not treat them well, they misunderstood his requests and wrote a negative article about Him.
Regarding I can add a small incident about this character of Swamiji.
Regarding this trait of Swamiji I can add a small incident. Swamiji used to visit one person Sankarapilla in Aratuppuzha near Chenganoor, about 20 km from here. Sankarapilla used to live on the other side of the Pampa river, so Swamiji after reaching Arattupuzha junction used to cross the river by vallam (boat). On one such occasion when he reached the junction, people told him that the river is flooded so he cannot cross it. Swamiji walked up to the banks of the river and took a banana leaf (Vazha Yilla) and put it in the water. Then he climbed on to the leaf, which acted like a floating boat and reached the other side of the river. Many people saw this incident so he became very popular with people in that area. Every time he went there people would identify him and a large crowd would gather. This was highly disliked by the Swamiji. After a few months I was going to my home in Chengannoor for which I had to cross Arattupuzha junction. On reaching there I saw a small crowd gathered around a MAD man there. When I tried hard to look at the reason of the commotion I saw that the person in middle of the crowd was Swamiji.. Before I could decide something, my bus moved forward but I got down at the next station and walked back to the scene. I went to the nearest shop and asked what had happened. The shopkeeper said that this person was a real yogi, and I have seen with my bare eyes that he could cross the river on a banana leaf. Now his powers have finished so he has gone mad. I started walked towards the crowd when a beggar collided with me. He said, ‘Don’t believe him, he is pretending. Years ago I had done bad to him and I became a beggar, he is a real yogi.’
I pushed myself through the crowd, Swamiji saw and came to me and said, ‘Go back home, I will come back in two days time.’
I knew Swamiji was feigning madness to get away from the public attention.
He returned home as said unhurt.

ANIL: Do you still receive blessings from Him even after
9 years of his samadhi? If yes, can you tell us in what form?

J. Nair: Yes, I do. No People can roam about in area of his samadhi because of Bushes and uneven terrine . I was thinking of developing that area and putting two rooms near his samadhi, one as a rest room for his devotees and other as a meditation hall. But I was helpless, nobody was there to help me.. But one day, a car of a high official of Tamil Nadu (KSRTC) came with some messengers.

They told they have come here for their Chairman Karpoora Pandyan I A S , because he is devotee of PALANI SWAMI who has strong relation with Prabhakara Swami . Palani swami asked Karpoora Pandya I A S to Do some favaour for Samadhi Sthal of Yogiji.That is why His associate came here . After that Karpoora Pandya Himself came here and Offered Same help that I wanted . Now construction These two rooms in final Stage. I know with blessing of my Guru Only this happened.
ANIL: Had Swamiji any role in controlling the prakriti (environments)?

J. Nair: Swamiji had the power to stop the rain. One day we were in the middle of preparation of Swamiji’s birthday when suddenly a thunderstorm came with heavy rains all over the place. We thought the rains would spoil the whole celebrations so we prayed to Him, he said ‘There will be no rains in Pulippara Mala, you carry on with the festivities.’
So it happened, not a single drop of water fell in Pulippara Mala but there were heavy rains in all surrounding areas.
I have seen with my own eyes that when Swamiji walked in rains, he came back dry no droplet could wet him. I have seen him talking to deadly snakes.

Anil: Did swamiji say anything about his next birth or incarnation?

J. Nair: Swami ji said he will be known as a female, maybe in his next birth he will come as a female yogi.

Anil: Did anything special happen to Swamiji’s body after Samadhi?

J. Nair: Total Length of the body shortened considerably. He was in the padmasana when he left us. It was only 2 feet.

Source :


In all five continents of the world there are devotees who adorably worship their guru Sri Prabhakara siddha yogi in their hearts. With the aim of bringing all the devotees under one umbrella we are in the process of forming the Akhilaloka Sri Shiva Prabhakara Siddha Dharma Pracharana Bhaktha Jana Kshema Trust so that every creature on the face of this earth shall have the divine grace of Bhagvan deservingly.

Omallur, is now growing as a world pilgrim center. Lord Sri Dharma Sastha Bhaghavan Sree Ayyappan in order to clear his doubts and for advice came to great Rishi Pulinayaka Swamiyar who lived in Pulippara (tiger rock).  Omallur also houses the tombstone of Rev. Bhava Thirumeni, so it also known as world-renowned Christian pilgrim center also. It is the land of Sree Rakthakandeswaram temple and Sri Prabhakara siddha yogi’s Mahasamadhi Mandapam shrine. This place has been blessed with footsteps of Mahatma Gandhi, Matha Amrithanand Mayi who is respected all over the world as the holy mother, Karuvatta Swami, all swami’s of the Sankaracharya Peedom and flying Swami (Sri Vishnu Devand).  Swami had people from all religions, cast and creed as his followers. Mahama Bhagvan Sri Prabhakara Siddha Yogi had considered the entire human race, as one.  Swamiji was the oldest among the great Sanyasis of the world.

Field trading (“Vayal Vanibham”) was famous and popular in old Travancore state was a specialty in Omallur.  Farmers who lived on the hills, after their harvest used this field trade (“Vayal Vanibham”) festival to sell their products and buy their requirements for the coming year.  Even today this trade is celebrated under the responsibility of Omallur Village Panchayat and the people.

Prabhakara Siddha Yogi was born in Akavoor Mana, as the son of Sri Iravi Narayanan Namboothiri of Akavoor Mana in Chowara near Alwaye and Srimathi Gowri Antharjanam of famous Azhvancherry Mana of Malabar in 1263. Meenam, Pururuttathy, was his birth star.

HE was said to be the re-incarnation of Pulinayaka Swamiyar.  According to mythology Pulinayaka Swamiyar had migrated to Kailas with Lord Ayyapa.  According to scriptures if one is born on the earth he must obtain samadhi on earth itself.  Bhagvan took birth in Akavoor Mana in 1263 for this very purpose.  When he was nine years old Lord Shiva, disguised as a Goswami came to Akavoor Mana and took Prabhakara to a cave in the Himalayas.  Prabhakara was taught hatha yoga pranayama etc.  It is said that, afterwards, Goswami merged into Prabhakara, he applied the lessons he learned in to his life. He adopted this human form and lived on this earth for 723 years. He lived thirty years with Nathakuzhiyil Janardhanan Nair, his “Manasaputhran” and accomplice in previous birth, at Sidhashramam in Pulippara hill, Omallur, which was also his residence in his previous birth.  On April 6th 1986, exactly on the fall of his birth star Pururuttathy, Bhaghavan attained Mahasamadhi.

Matha Amrithananda Mayi came to Nathakuzhy House and spent few days there as per the order from Prabhakara Siddha Yogi and received advices and directions.  Prabhakara Siddha Yogi was known by many names in different places during his lifetime.  In Tamil Nadu he was known as Pambatti siddhan.

From Pathanamthitta district headquarters, if one travels 3kms through either Pathanamthitta-Pandalam, Pathanamthitta-Adoor road one can reach, Omallur Sri Rakthakandeshwaram Temple.  If one reaches the Omallur temple junction, anybody will tell the way to Samadhi.  If one reaches the Govt. Ayurveda hospital, through the road on the northern side of temple junction they will find a road, west of Govt. Ayurveda Hospital through which they can reach the Mahasamadhi temple of Jagat Guru.

Mahasamadhi Mandapa and the corridor on its front correspond to the Hagadh Guru’s Charisma.  On the northern side is the “Vana Durga Temple” popularly known as “Pulippara Amma”. In order to develop the vast land here, substantial money is required for road and electricity also.

This is a place of worship for all religions.  Any person irrespective of religion has full freedom to mediate and to offer silent prayers.  Anyone can put down his/her bag of worries and if he/she pray for something after offering “Guru Dakshina” he will be rewarded with what he has asked for, which has been the experience of many people who have visited and prayed here.  Mother nature has blessed this place generously.  A visitor who comes once to this place will re-visit this place again and again, which is only a miraculous truth.  To develop this World Pilgrimage Center and for convenience of the devotees who came to visit this place, co-operation and help is needed from good-hearted people.

So we humbly request your wholehearted help and visit this holy Pilgrim center for the development of this Universal Pilgrim Centre.  Special pujas, Distribution of food (Annadhanam) and Bhagavatha Parayanam is conducted every month on Malayalam star Pururuttathy.  Requesting everyone’s help for the development of the Mahasamadhi Temple of Jagadhguru and Protector of entire World Sri  Prabhakara Siddha Yogi and for the welfare of devotees.

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Notable Siddhas

Sri Prabhakara Siddha Yogi's Siddhis are acknowledged By Dr. Robert Svoboda in his famous book "AGHORA II Kundalini " chapter 8 ,page 213 under the chapter Immortals and under heading "Notable Siddhas"

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The Spiritual Dignity of our Siddhayogi

About Swamiji : 

Brahmananda Sri Sivaprabhakara Siddhayogi Paramahamsar is the disciple of 
Sri Pambatti Siddhar, the 18th siddhar. His devotees believe that HE has been living for Aeons of years. Swamiji is very well known in Kerala, where he has lakhs of devotees. He had lived in a lot of places under different names. Swamiji attained Samadhi at Omalur in Kerala in the year 1986. The samadhi rituals were performed by Brahmasri Siddharajan Swamiji. Although it is impossible to write everything about a Paramahamsar in a single document, a honest attempt has been made in the following article.

A Short Biography :


The popular story told in Kerala about Lord Parasurama throwing the axe in order to indicate the limit of Keralam land is a well-known Malayalam proverb. Keralam is a land, which lengthens itself from Kokarnam to Kanyakumari. Moreover it was Parasurama who gave charity to sixty-four Namboodiri Brahmins as a mark of Parasurama's liberation from his sin for his having cut off his mother's head. These Namboodiri's made the salvation of Parasurama possible. Aghawormana and Azhwanzcheri Mutt are places of Parasurama's dwelling. Two important details must be grasped in connection with the names of above two time-honored families.
Aghawormanai is an abode of the family of Namboodiri Brahmins who hail from Varuruji Maharishi, while Azhwancheri is a place of Samuthiri family, which descends or comes from the same Rishi, but their origin of birth is a little different. There are differences between the two places and the two families associated with them. Aghawormanai Namboodiri's belong to the Suryavamsa and the Azhwanzcheri Samuthiri's come from the tradition of Agnihotra Vamsa (tradition or dynasty). The Azhwanzcheri heritage goes into the making of Prabhakara Siddhayogi. Aghawormanai had such a large area that no imagination could so easily visualize. There were about 917 desavazhis (which are equivalents to big villages) in Agawormanai.
Aghawormanai .

Pambatti Siddhar Samadhi : 

Pambatti siddhar and Prabhakaran had maintained the spiritual relation of a Guru-Sishya. The soul of Pambatti siddhar went into the body of Prabhakaran and in the same manner, the soul of Prabhakaran went into the body of Pambatti siddhar. These two bodies became the same by the act of exchanging souls within themselves. This experience of one soul of a body entering into another soul of another body is known as metempsychosis or transmigration of souls. Then Pambatti siddhar and Prabhakaran came to Dwaraka and they stayed there for many days. They visited Athirimalai and met Athiri Maharishi. From there they moved towards Sankarankoil. There they installed the divine statue of Gomathiyamman. The Guru and the Sishya were preparing for a new spiritual life for the benefit of the mankind. As soon as the sacred ceremony of installing the divine statue was over, near a forest, known as Punnaivanam, Pambatti siddhar transformed his body and entered into a state of eternal living samadhi (Nirvigalpa Samadhi). His Sishya Prabhakara Siddhayogi arranged for the samadhi of his Guru in a very fitting and appropriate manner.

The Spiritual Dignity of our Siddhayogi : 


The Kottayam Advocate, A.G.Menon and his faimily had the privilege of seeing Brahmananda Sri Sivaprabhakara Siddhayogi Paramahamshar for three hundred years. The books that he wrote record the valuable information that the Swami appeared to be the forty-five year Sadhu for nearly four generations of his family worshippers and observers. Maiyilpura Vaithiyan who comes in the nineteenth generation of our Swami lived in Krishnapuram. He was in the habit of worshipping Prabhakara Swami until the last day of his forefather's Samadhi.
Swami took nearly fifteen bodies and each body can be estimated as having an age of at least fifty years. The actual age of Swami can be arrived at in this way of calculating the average age of each body. This way of calculating leads us to determine the age of Swami as 724. That the age of Swami is 724 is known in his final Samadhi and this information is brought out in the Swami's Birthday celebration publication.

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