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  • Shri Chauranginath Shri Chauranginath

    There is a legend of how Shiva drank the Halahala poison, which led Chandra to obtain immortal yoga form. At that time, Chandra was dwelling on the head of Shiva and he did not allow the poison to go to Shiva's head, while Shesha was protecting the Shiva's body. As a reward for this act Shiva Adinath initiated Chandra...

  • Shri Satyanath Shri Satyanath

    The history of dedication of Satyanath - the incarnation of Brahma - linked to the legend where Vishnu and Brahma debated which of them more powerful. In the middle of of the dispute suddenly emerged Shiva Adinath in the form of an infinitepillar of fire...

  • Shri Santoshnath Shri Santoshnath

    Manifesting itself from the pillar of fire during a dispute of Vishnu and Brahma, Gorakshanath predicted to Vishnu that he will be embodied on earth in the royal family and become king. Follow the instructions of Gorakshanath Vishnu had to give up luxury and perform tapasya in one area of Kashmir...

  • Shri Udayanath Shri Udayanath

    Guru, through whom is manifested a highly power of Shakti, called Udayanath. "Udaya" means the sunrise, Udayanath symbolizes rising Kundalini. Udayanath is Shakti swarupa, he is a universal force that forms all the material and spiritual bodies, including the body of Lord Shiva...

  • Shri Adinath Shri Adinath

    Shiva Adinath is considered to be the primordial Guru who is Jyoti-Svarupa (transcendent light). He is beyond form, identified with emptiness and infinite light (Prakasha). Moreover, He is Chit-sakti, i.e. infinite consciousness...  

  • Shri Shambhujhati Guru Gorakshanath Shri Shambhujhati Guru Gorakshanath

    Gorakshanathji is a disciple of Matsyendranath, the founder of the Natha tradition and patron saint of yogis. His realization surpassed his Guru's. Gorakshanath is considered to be Shiva-svarupa (a form of Shiva). He is revered by Nathas more than other Nava Nathas and Devatas...

  • Shri Achal Achambhenath Shri Achal Achambhenath

    In the tradition Sri Achalachambhenath ji is known as an incarnation of Ananta Shesha and the patron of Alchemy. According to legend, Shiva Adinath bestowed the knowledge of Yoga (Yoga Vidya) upon Shesha in appreciation for his service...

  • Shri Gajabeli Gajakantharnath Shri Gajabeli Gajakantharnath

    When Ganesha – a son of Parvati – was born, all the gods came to greet him, but it was the greatness of Shiva Adinath that captivated Ganesha, and he asked him for the form of Nath. Adinath said that he will be embodied on the Earth, where he will be named Gajabeli Gajakantharnath...

  • Shri Matsyendranath Shri Matsyendranath

    Shri Matsyendranath (means "Lord of the fish" in Sanskrit) is Gorakshanath's teacher. He is Maya-Svarupa and Matsya-Svarupa ("having the form of fish"). The fish, in whose belly, according to legend, Matsyendranatha spent twelve years, implies the Ocean of Being (which is called "kula", the manifested phenomena)...

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