Q. 34.3( 93 Votes )
Describe the beliefs and practices of the Nathpanthis, Siddhas and Yogis.
1. The Nathpanthis, Siddhas and Yogis believed in the renunciation of the world.
2. They criticized the ritual and other aspects of conventional religion and social order.
3. According to them, the path of salvation lay in meditating on the formless ultimate reality and oneness.
4. They stressed on intense training of the mind and body through yogasanas, breathing exercises and meditation.
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