In Vijayapura, Karnataka, Prophet Sri Siddheshwar Swami, 81, of Sri Jnanayogashrama, is in serious condition. The visionary had been confined to a wheelchair for weeks due to geriatric illness. He was only willing to take painkillers, according to the doctors, and he refused to receive treatment. The ashram requests that people refrain from bothering the prophet.
The prophet fell at a worshiper’s home in January, breaking many bones, but has since fully recovered, according to The Hindu newspaper. But lately, his health has gotten worse, and now he requires a wheelchair. On December 30, on a Saturday afternoon, he was wheeled to the monastery to greet the gathering.
The Prophet was visited by Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai to ask about his well-being and receive his blessings. “I visited Sri Siddeshwar Swamiji of Jnana Yogashram, asked about his health, received his blessing, and received information about his health from the doctor,” he wrote. I beseech God for a quick recovery. (sic )”
Sri Siddheshwar Swami, who has lived in the Ashram for more than 65 years, is renowned for his uncomplicated way of living and captivating speaking style. He is multilingual and has broad philosophical interests; in his presentations, he frequently draws on anecdotes and illustrations from a range of sources. He lectured for several months in tiny towns in Karnataka and Maharashtra, where he was in high demand as a speaker. The Prophet is a native of the Vijayapura district’s Bijjaragi hamlet and graduated from Bangdawad University in Karnataka with a Master of Philosophy. His teacher Vedanta Kesari Sri Mallikarjuna Mahashivayogi dubbed him a math prophet. The seer turned down his Padma Shri award in 2018 because he was committed to spiritually and had lost interest in the material accolades.