Even though admission in the Samajam is always open to all irrespective of sex, caste, creed and country, before exploring for entrance in the Samajam, one must get initiated Siddha Vidya, practise it and follow the “Rules of Conduct for Siddha Vidyarthies” and he must get acquainted with Siddha Samaj and understand it thoroughly. On knowing all these if he decides to dedicates his life for the noble cause of the Samajam and is ready to abide by “Siddha Samaj Rules” he must leave all family relations and private holdings in his name, acquire one certificate from the local Village Munsiff or Sub Inspector of Police to the effect that he belongs to no parties at all and submit it along with the application to the President of the Ashram where he wants to join. From then onward he will be kept under probation for some period. When he seems fit to join, he will be got enrolled as a member and from now on he will be treated equally and freely among with other members of the Ashram. Thus the Samajam performs the noble career of bringing the whole world under one roof of TRUTH which will help lead thereby to establish World Government.


Procedure for Joining Samajam (19-8-1096)

Those who love to follow according to the above said rules shall sign the application shown below and form should be given directly to the President of the respective ashram to which  they intend to join.

Eligibility Certificate (1123 Metam-20)

Deep thinking is required before admitting members in future. Why because in the present situation there are chances for people belongs to different parties may come and join the ashram all of a sudden. only the people who does not belong to any party should be admitted in the samajam. Therefore any person who wants to join ashram should bring a certificate that he does not belong to any party from The village officer or Inspector of police of his residential area that he does not belong to any party and only such person should be admitted to the samajam.

Application form (19-8-1096)

Applicant’s Full Address

His place of residence.

Submission of hargi by the corresponding person, corresponding place of residence…, corresponding desham(muri)…,corresponding  village…., corresponding taluk.., corresponding district…..


 “As I wish to become a member of the Siddhasamaj founded by Sri Sivananda Paramahamsa, I Request that the necessary agreement according to the rules of the Samajam may be obtained from me and I may be enrolled to live in the united life of samajam.”

                                                                                                                                                Signature with date.

                                                                                 and Name

On receipt of above mentioned application, if the president of the ashram allows to join, the member is made to sign the  agreement of samajam.

Note : with the hargi there should be eligibility certificate and divorce certificate if married. please refer rule 2 and rule 10 of part 2 siddha samajam rules.

Agreement Form (19-8-1096)

I below signed, with full heart and obligation has joined the samajam to follow the existing rules, the rules going to be implemented from time to time and executing the rules.

I am responsible for the solutions decided with in the samajam for doing against the afore said existing rules of samajam. I hereby agree by signing that I am responsible for all the loss and difficulties for not obeying those.

Agreement Form (19-8-1096)

As above when the ashram president receives an agreement paper for joining ashram from a member, that member should be made to sign in the ashram register, then enlist in samajam and make him follow rightly. That hargi and agreement paper should be endorsed for joining as above and forwarded to General President, through higher officials. The matter should be reported to General Representative.

Equality (27-06-1105)

When a member newly joins siddha samajam from that time onwards that member should be treated equally with all and with freedom. There is no state of superiority or inferiority in samajam. Unnecessarily not to honour one another.