Natha Web Links

Natha Sites:

AKHIL BHARATVARSHIYA BHESH BARAH PANTH YOGI MAHASABHA website (Haridwar). Also contains the list of Publications which could be acquired from Goraksh Nath Haridwar.



Amrit Nath Ashram (in English); in Hindi (the establishment of the Natha Yogis in Rajasthan).

Goraksh Nath ji  website about Goraksh Nath run by Amrit Nath Ashram.

Shraddha Nath Ashram web site (the establishment of the Natha Yogis in Rajasthan).






Natha Blogs:

Natha Web Links (blog by Yogendra Nath) contains lot of the Natha related materials and links to the different Natha related places on the web at one place.

Natha blog by Yogendra Nath (video)

Natha blog in France (in French)

Natha blog in Brasil (in Portuguese)


The Literature

Philosophy of Goraksh Nath  Very good book introducing the teaching of Guru Goraksh Nath, written by Akshay Kumar Banerjea, Ex-Principal of the Maharana Pratap Degree College, Gorakhpur, who was the disciple of the distinguished Natha Yogi, Mahant of the Goraksh Nath Temple of Gorakhpur, Gambhir-nath ji.

By SMT. KALYANI MALLIK, M.A., B.T., Ph.D.

नाथ-योग (in Hindi) Short introduction to the Natha Tradition by Akshay Kumar Banerjea.


Goraksha Paddhati (link) Sanskrit+Hindi Translation (PDF)

Hatha Yoga Pradipika Sanskrit+diacritics+English translation at the www.sacred texts.

Hatha Yoga Pradipika (partially translated) and some other texts related to yoga with Sanskrit to English translation word by word.

MASTERS OF MAGICAL POWERS: THE NATH SIDDHAS IN THE LIGHT OF ESOTERIC NOTIONS, the thesis by. GORDAN DJURDJEVIC. B.A., (also includes complete English translation of Goraksh Bani). The file is in downloadable and searchable PDF format. . 

Thirty Minor Upanishads translated by K. Narayanasvami Aiyar at www.sacred texts.

108 Upanishads translated by Dr. A.G.Krishna Warrier

Muktabodha Digital Library, amongst other books, most of which related to the Kashmiri Shaivism and various Tantras, has few books related to the Natha Tradition. All texts are in the different digital formats of Sanskrit input, no English translations available.

Nath Siddho ki Rachanae the book by Hajariprasad Dvivedi

Goraksh Bani, the complete text with the Hindi translation

Padmavat (पद्मावत / मलिक मोहम्मद जायसी) by Malik Mohammad Jayasi, the book contains few mentions of Guru Goraksh Nath and his teaching.





Southern Indian Siddha Tradition





Various topics indirectly related to the Natha Tradition




Some audio files