The Religious Philosophy of Bhogar Siddhar
- Bhogar Siddhar,
- Spiritual Power,
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Devotees are religious people. They are attached to shastras and rituals. They believe in deities, holy sites, sacred water, etc. They go to every temple, sing, and get excited. Azhwars, Nayanmars, etc., can be subsumed into the categories of devotees. The Siddhas are those who have attained the highest spiritual power. Attainment of spiritual power means being happy. Most human beings are associated with religion in one way or another. Religion is the way to engage with God. Not all people think of God in the same way. That is why different religions arose. Therefore, the divine thinkers can be divided into two types: devotees and Siddhas. This article examines the philosophy of God as propounded by the Siddhas.
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