Deva Vidya

Traditional Siddha Training

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. So Deva Vidya conduct Traditional Gurukula Siddha Training programs for students.

Deva Vidya Siddha Centre

Traditional Siddha Science

The Siddha System of medicine is considered to be the oldest traditional treatment system of the world. The Siddha system can be seen to have deep influences even flourished during the period of Indus Valley Civilization. Palm Leaf Manuscripts says that the Siddha System of medicine was first taught by Lord Shiva to his wife Goddess Parvathy. Goddess Parvathy in turn passed on all these knowledge to her son Lord Muruga. Lord Muruga then taught Siddha Medicine to his favourite disciple Sage Agasthya. It was from Agasthya and his disciples, the 18 Siddhars, the great wisdom of Siddha spread to what it is today.

The Siddhars wrote their knowledge on palm leaf manuscripts, volumes of which were found in different parts of South India. It is believed that some families may possess large volumes of such manuscripts, but they keep them solely for their own use. Traditional Siddha families has preserved many popular texts for their practices and is widely available for use. Many has been translated, but over the years errors have crept in which makes such translations either unusable and equally dangerous. In spite of which the original manuscripts are still available for deeper study and practice. This huge reservoir of wisdom awaits its exploration and Deva Vidya Traditional Gurukula system is such and initiative.

Council for Applied Siddha

Deva Vidya was established in the earlier nineties, as a Traditional Gurukula System, under the eminent leadership of Sri Prem Nath. Prem Nath, hailing from a Siddha family of famous physicians, followed the footsteps of his grandfather, Late Sri Narayanan Vaidyar and started practicing traditional siddha medicine and marma therapies. He uses his large collection of manuscripts for advancing and spreading the Siddhar wisdom to all.

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.

Course Name

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)

Applied Siddha Marmam

Syllabus >>

ASY Applied in Siddha Yoga Syllabus >>
AKT Applied Kayakalpa Techniques Syllabus >>
SSS Siddha Spiritual Science Syllabus >>
Major part of the online programs managed through skype training.

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Post Your Application to the Address: 
Kadampat Building, T.K.D. Road, East Pattom
Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, South India, Pin - 695004
Tel : + 91 - 471 - 4011110 
Mob : + 91 - 9895544447

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Benefits of Traditional Siddha Studies

  • Today there are few Siddha Medical Colleges, run under the universities where Siddha medicine is taught.
  • But they are running the course with very average syllabus compare to the knowledge of traditional Siddha Physicians (Vaidyas).
  • In Siddha Vaidyam there are many toxic drugs and heavy metals are using for manufacture bhasmas and chindooras
  • Lake of proper purification will cause major draw-backs in health.
  • Traditional Siddha Physicians are doing effective purification process. But they hide it as traditional secret and transfer only to the next generation.
  • Deva Vidya conduct Traditional Gurukula Siddha Training programs for students.
  • Deva Vidya Chief Sri. Prem Nath belongs to an ancient traditional Siddha physician family dating around 600 years back in Kerala, India. Many times his knowledge and ancient wisdom has helped patients forsaken by modern medicine.