Names of the 84 Mahasiddhas

Note: The four women among them are marked like this

  1. Acinta or Acintapa, the Avaricious Hermit
  2. Ajogi or Ayogipa, the Rejected Wastrel
  3. Ananga, Anangapada or Anangavajra
  4. Aryadeva, the Lotus-Born (the One-Eyed)
  5. Babhaha, the Free Lover
  6. Bhadrapa, the Snob (the Exclusive Brahmin)
  7. Bhandepa, the Envious God
  8. Bhiksanapa, Siddha Two-Teeth
  9. Bhusuku or Bhusukupada, the Lazy Monk (the Idle Monk)
  10. Camaripa, the Divine Cobbler (the Cobbler)
  11. Campaka or Campakapada, the Flower King
  12. Carbaripa or Carpati, Who Turned People to Stone (the Petrifyer)
  13. Catrapa, the Lucky Beggar
  14. Caurangipa, the Limbless One (the Dismembered Stepson)
  15. Celukapa, the Revitalized Drone
  16. Darikapa Slave-King of the Temple Whore
  17. Dengipa, the Courtesan's Brahmin Slave
  18. Dhahulipa, the Blistered Rope-Maker
  19. Dharmapa, the Eternal Student (c.900)
  20. Dhilipa, the Epicurean Merchant
  21. Dhobipa, the Wise Washerman
  22. Dhokaripa, the Bowl-Bearer
  23. Dombipa, the Tiger Rider
  24. Dukhandhi, the Scavenger
  25. Ghantapa, the Celibate Monk (the Celibate Bell-Ringer)
  26. Gharbari or Gharbaripa, the Contrite Scholar (Skt., pandita)
  27. Godhuripa, the Bird Catcher
  28. Gorakhnath or Goraksha, the Immortal Cowherd
  29. Indrabhuti [teachings disseminated to Tilopa]
  30. Jalandhara, the (Dakini's) Chosen One
  31. Jayananda, the Crow Master
  32. Jogipa, the Siddha-Pilgrim
  33. Kalapa, the Handsome Madman
  34. Kambala, the Yogin of the Black Blanket (the Black-Blanket-Clad Yogin)
  35. Kamparipa, the Blacksmith
  36. Kanakhala, the younger of the two Headless (Severed-Headed) Sisters
  37. Kanhapa, the Dark-Skinned One (the Dark Siddha)
  38. Kankana, the Siddha-King
  39. Kankaripa, the Lovelorn Widower
  40. Kantalipa, the Rag Picker (the Ragman-Tailor)
  41. Kapalapa, the Skull Bearer
    Karnaripa see Aryadeva
  42. Khadgapa, the Master Thief (the Fearless Thief)
  43. Kilakilapa, the Exiled Loud-Mouth
  44. Kilapa or Kirapalapa, the Repentant Conqueror
  45. Kokilipa, the Complacent Esthete
  46. Kotalipa, the Peasant Guru
    Krsnacarya see Kanhapa
  47. Kucipa, the Goitre-Necked Yogin
  48. Kumbharipa, the Potter
  49. Kukkuripa (late 9th/10th), the Dog Lover
  50. Lakshmincara The Mad Princess
  51. Lilapa, the Royal Hedonist
  52. Lucikapa, the Escapist
  53. Luipa [teachings disseminated to Tilopa]
    Lwa wa pa see Kambala
  54. Mahipa, the Greatest
  55. Manibhadra, the Model Wife (the Happy Housewife)
  56. Medhini, the Tired Farmer
  57. Mekhala (c. 900) the elder of the two Headless (Severed-Headed) Sisters
  58. Mekopa, the Wild-Eyed Guru (Guru Dread-Stare)
  59. Minapa, the Fisherman
    Matsyendranath see Luipa
  60. Nagabodhi, the Red-Horned Thief
  61. Nalinapa, the Self-Reliant Prince
  62. Naropa
  63. Nirgunapa, the Enlightened Moron
  64. Pacaripa, the Pastrycook
  65. Pankajapa, the Lotus-Born Brahmin
  66. Putalipa, the Mendicant Icon-Bearer
  67. Rahula, the Rejuvenated Dotard
    Ratnakarasanti see Santipa
    Sakara see Saroruha
  68. Samudra, the Pearl Diver
    Santideva see Bhusuku
  69. Santipa, the Academic (the Complacent Missionary) [teacher of Brogmi]
  70. Saraha
  71. Saroruha, the Lotus Child (the Lotus-Born)
  72. Sarvabhaksa, the Empty-Bellied Siddha (the Glutton)
  73. Savaripa, the Hunter, thought to have incarnated in Drukpa Künleg
  74. Syalipa, the Jackal Yogin
  75. Tantepa, the Gambler
  76. Tanti or Tantipa, the Senile Weaver
  77. Thaganapa Master of the Lie (the Compulsive Liar)
  78. Tilopa
    Tog tse pa see Kotalipa
  79. Udhilipa, the Flying Siddha (the Bird-Man)
  80. Upanaha, the Bootmaker
  81. Ugyenpa or Urgyenpa (1230 +/or 1323)
  82. Vinapa, the Music Lover, the Musician [teachings disseminated to Indrabhuti (see above) and Tilopa]
  83. Virupa [inspired the Sakya-pa lineage]
  84. Vyalipa, the Courtesan's Alchemist