Pambatti siddhar was one of the 18 siddhars, a family of monks or sages who lived throughout India, primarily in southern India, at various times. Today, approximately 600 lines of text from some of his poems are accessible. His Tamil poems are well-known for ending with the phrase "Addu Pambe," which literally translates to "dance, o snake." Even his poetry is about snakes. He also addresses his spiritual teacher or guru in some of his poems. Pambatti siddhar comes from a long line of saints who are said to have attained siddhis, or supernatural powers, through intense spiritual practices and meditation. He is additionally accepted to have gotten winds and sold them for living before he wandered into his otherworldly mission.
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