Pulipani Sidhar

Pulipani Sidhar

He was the principal disciple of Bogar. He got his name after he carried water in his hands riding on a tiger, when his guuru, Bogar, once felt thirsty and when he wanted some water.

Pulipani sidhar believed to have carried on his back Bogar from China to India when Bogar suffered a state of penance and helped him to recover back to his past glory.

He was also considered to have mastered medicine and emerged a proud student of his own teacher by reaching greater heights than the teacher himself.
He was helpful for Bogar to form Navabashanam – mother of all medicine – by way of collecting required herbs by riding on his tiger. When he wondered if the 9 types of poison could eventually be harmful to the people, Bogar, appreciating his sense of caring towards poor people, explained that he would become a medicine if it was mixed in right proportions.

He was the principal disciple of Bogar. He got his name after he carried water in his hands riding on a tiger, when his guuru, Bogar, once felt thirsty and when he wanted some water.

Pulipani sidhar believed to have carried on his back Bogar from China to India when Bogar suffered a state of penance and helped him to recover back to his past glory.

He was also considered to have mastered medicine and emerged a proud student of his own teacher by reaching greater heights than the teacher himself.
He was helpful for Bogar to form Navabashanam – mother of all medicine – by way of collecting required herbs by riding on his tiger. When he wondered if the 9 types of poison could eventually be harmful to the people, Bogar, appreciating his sense of caring towards poor people, explained that he would become a medicine if it was mixed in right proportions.

He was the principal disciple of Bogar. He got his name after he carried water in his hands riding on a tiger, when his guuru, Bogar, once felt thirsty and when he wanted some water.

Pulipani sidhar believed to have carried on his back Bogar from China to India when Bogar suffered a state of penance and helped him to recover back to his past glory.

He was also considered to have mastered medicine and emerged a proud student of his own teacher by reaching greater heights than the teacher himself.
He was helpful for Bogar to form Navabashanam – mother of all medicine – by way of collecting required herbs by riding on his tiger. When he wondered if the 9 types of poison could eventually be harmful to the people, Bogar, appreciating his sense of caring towards poor people, explained that he would become a medicine if it was mixed in right proportions.

It is strongly believed that he helped curing of various diseases of many people by extending his ayurvedic treatment to all. After the time of Bogar, Pulipani sidhar had made a practice to take care of his teacher’s samadhi by way of offering regular poojas. Pulipani Sidhar, following his teacher’s footsteps, attained samadhi in the very Plani hills itself but still considered that worshiping him helps in getting relieved from all dieases.

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