The Saga of Siddha Tradition
Deva Vidya Siddha Gurukulam maintains the ethics & policies of an ancient siddha gurukulam in all respects with its spiritual powers that covers every aspect of : health, life science, siddha philosophy, marma (varmam), prana & mudra yogic practices, siddha spiritual science etc. The word ‘siddha’ derives from the word ‘ siddhi ’ - which means a divine person can attaint the eight supernatural powers called ‘Ashta Maha Siddhi’. By the grace of Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvathy and Lord Muruga, Siddhar wrote their knowledge in palm leaves and conveyed the secrets to the deserving divine families in South India.
Deva Vidya Siddha Gurukulam established under the eminent leadership of Sri PremNath, the grandson of Late Sri Narayanan Vaidyar. He belongs to ancient traditional siddha lineage dating around 600 years back in Kerala. His family migrated to Kerala from Pandi Kingdom of Tamil Nadu on the request of the king Cheraman Perumal to provide Varmam training to his military as well as to serve as Siddha physician in the court. He has huge collection of hand written ancient documents of siddha and varmam called ‘Siddha viadya anubha chikitsa rehasyam’ which is documented by Late Padmanadhan Vaidyar, the royal physician who was his fathers grand father. The most revered vaidyan of his lineage was Velitheriyil Kesavan Vaidyan about whom even poets have sung.
He started learning Marma Vidya, Siddha Vaidyam, Thantric Vidya and Prana & Mudra Yogic Practices since childhood under the guidance of his ancestors. At very younger age he got the chance to practice the ancient secret martial art techniques called ‘Anjettu Perukkangal’ and ‘Naalu mathirai thattu varmam murai’. This is the most dangerous martial art technique related to deadly varmam points called thattu varmam.
He has learned and practicing the secrete therapy method called "Pancha Prana Shuddhi" which is considered to remove pre-mature senility / deformation due to life style, heredity or accident. Prem Nath is in possession of a huge collection of palm leaf manuscripts about Kalari and Siddha Vaidyam and is currently translating them into different languages. Deva Vidya is a new concept developed by him to maintain and nurture youthful vigour and vibrant health in his patients which includes new approaches in blending Siddha Vaidyam with Kayakalpa treatment, marma and siddha yoga. Many times his knowledge and ancient wisdom has helped patients forsaken by medicine.
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"As a teacher of a bold new intelligible philosophy/spirituality that can boldly stand in broad day-light (not a groping in darkness), I have a band of people around the world who value my line of thinking. And at times I had occasions to suggest to some of them to get in touch with Sri Premnath of DEVAVIDYA to seek remedy for their serious clinical situations – when they become unmanageable with normally-available medicines and methods of treatments. I look with awe and admiration – and so do others – at his diagnostic acumen and the efficacy of his medicines...."
Swami Devesan - Brahmasutha Ashram, Kerala (Author of: THE EYE OF THE UNIVERSE)
"The medicine you provided which helped me restore my health. Honestly there is nothing more important that peace of mind that comes with being in good health...."
Jeff Hawkins - (Canada)
"Prem Nath saved my life and is helping me recover from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), which robbed me of energy. I had seen over 30 doctors (allopathy, homeopathy, ayurveda, siddha) for this complicated ailment but none had any effect whatsoever, including Ayurveda and Siddha...."
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