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Kaya Kalpa methods adopted by Siddars: a scientific approach.

  title={Kaya Kalpa methods adopted by Siddars: a scientific approach.},
  author={S. P. Rajalakshmi and G. Veluchamy},
  journal={Bulletin of the Indian Institute of History of Medicine},
  volume={30 2},
Thirumular says in his "THIRUMANTHIRAM" the body is a sacred instrument to contain the soul and therefore must be nurtured well to safeguard the life. Thirumular is reported to have lived a long span of three thousand years according to tradition. The art of longevity and the attempts of immortalising the corporeal human body were the ultimate aims of Siddhars as understood from their numerous treatises on the art of rejuvenation - Thirumular Karpam - 300, Bohar Karpam - 300, Thiruvalluvur… 
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