Shuddhadvaita Vallabha Acharya
|Name Bogar Bogar|
போகர் or Bogar or Bhogar or Boganathar has been described in varying traditions as a South Indian Tamil siddhar who lived sometime between 550 and 300 BCE. Bogar went from Tamil Nadu to China and taught about enlightenment, he mentioned that one of his songs "Bogar 7000, song 6". Bogar is considered as a contemporary of Thirumoolar. Samadhi for Bogar is reported in at least six places in Tamil Nadu.
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It is said that Bogar created the image of Murugan at the hill temple in Palani from an mixture made from nine metal alloys . He also established the temple for Murugan in Kathirgramam,(Kataragamam temple (Sinhalese Katharagama; Tamil Katirkāmam)) Sri Lanka. There is no statue of Muruga, but only a copper plate with manthras written. The priests of Palani Murugan temple were said to have been the descendants of Pulipanni, one of Bogar's students, until the sixteenth century.
According to siddha medicine documents, Bogar was the discoverer of an elixir of immortality. The Pharmacognosy is the best of his treatises. His other works are on yoga, archery and a glossary on medicine.