LOHĀRĪPĀ, a Gorakhpanthī yogī, whose name occurs in Gurū Nānak's Sidh Gosṭi in the Gurū Granth Sāhib. The Sidh Gosṭi is a versified account of the Gurū's discourse with a group of Nātha ascetics. Among them is mentioned Lohārīpā which is taken to be the Punjabi form of Luipā, Tibetan name for Matsyendranāth who flourished in the 10th century AD. Lohārīpā in Gurū Nānak's Sidh Gosṭi may be the name given a contemporary Nātha yogī. In the verses in the text, he says that the yogīs live in the woods away from the world, eat roots and fruit and bathe at the pilgrim centres, thus attaining peace and tranquillity. Gurū Nānak said that without cherishing the Lord's Name, the mind will not be stilled. Whether in the family or outside, one should not even for a wink be oblivious of Him.