- The Japanese muse
- The Beejaksharas or the seed syllables of Sanskrit in this script are considered holy and each deity is given one syllable. While Siddham is venerated and not spoken, the historian found the script in a school in Koyasan, where Sanskrit is taught.
- Land that reveres Sanskrit
- Sanskrit is revered there and Siddham, a sixth century script that has disappeared in India, has been preserved. Buddhist priests chant Sanskrit mantras in pristine diction performing havan or homam.
- Nine file nomination on Day One in Warangal
- One Kishan Reddy filed nomination as an independent candidate for 48th ward, Hari Shekar (BJP) for 14th ward, B Vikram (BJP) for 40th ward, G Ravi Kumar (TRS) for 19th ward, K Madhavi (BJP) for 47th ward, Suresh (TDP) for 27th ward, V Siddham Raju ...
- Syllables for gods
- The 6th century Siddham script is preserved in Japan though it is not used in India. The “Beejaksharas” (seed syllables) of Sanskrit in this script are regarded as holy and are given great importance.
- Nine nominations filed in Warangal
- On the first day of nominations for the Greater Warangal Municipal Corporation elections, nine candidates filed their nominations here on Monday. Kishan Reddy and V. Siddham Raju, both Independent candidates, filed nomination for the 48th and 20th ward ...
Siddham is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Siddham books and related discussion.