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most historically prominent satguru, Lakulisa, appeared in what is today India's ..

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who was converted and became a member of the Kanpathi Nath.

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Kanphati - BMEzine Encyclopedia
May 1, 2006 Kanphati is a Sanskrit/Hindu word meaning "split eared" (Kan = ear, Phat = split), a practise of inner conch piercing done by the Gorakhnathis.
A selection of articles related to Kanphati. Nill. More material related to Kanphati can be found here: Nill.
Conch-Piercing – Wikipedia
Andere Bezeichnungen, Sadhu-Piercing, Kanphati-Piercing, Shell-Piercing. Lage, Ohrmuschel.
Pushkar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pushkar Raj, Pushkar Mela,Pushkar fair 2011, Pushkar Mela 2011
Jun 1, 2011 Later Some shrines were occupied by Kanphati Jogis. There are still priests from Gujar community in Pushkar temple, known as Bhopas.

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