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Traditional Siddha Science [TSS]

The Siddhars wrote their knowledge in palm leaf manuscripts, fragments of which were found in different parts of South India. It is believed that some families may possess more fragments, but keep them solely for their own use. There is a huge collection of Siddha Manuscripts kept by Traditional Siddha Families. Deva Vidya conducts traditional training programs for interested students.

This 2 year online Siddha training program based on ancient siddhar manuscripts. This program covering all the aspect behind traditional siddha science - siddha maruthwam, siddha varmam, siddha yoga etc. Our motto is to explore the secrets of traditional siddha science through gurukula system.

Code
Course Name
Modules
ASV

Applied Siddha Vaidyam (ASV)

History and Fundamental Principles of Siddha Medicine.

Padardha Chintharmani        (Details of Medicinal Botany, Metals, Minerals, and Animal Kingdom)

Noi Nadal (Siddha Pathology)

Nadi Shastram (Pulse Diagnosis)

Sattam Saarntha Maruthuvamum Nanju Noolum (Forensic Medicine and Toxicology)

Pothu Maruthuvam    (General Medicine)

ASM
Applied Siddha Marmam

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ASY Applied in Siddha Yoga Syllabus >>
AKT Applied Kayakalpa Techniques Syllabus >>
SSS Siddha Spiritual Science Syllabus >>
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