Anima is one of the eight siddhis and is generally defined as

Aṇimā: reducing one's body to the size of an atom

To which body, the anima siddhi occurs?

I mean whether the physical body of the person who attained anima siddhi can become smallest of the small or it refers to some other body of the human such as sushma sareera (subtle body) etc,,

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    It is the physical body that is visible to everyone. So if it does not get small the Siddhi is of no use. – Rickross Oct 31 '19 at 6:02
  • @Rickross then my biggest doubt is that why there is no video proofs of such yogis? Are they not interested in showing them in public or any other reason? – hanugm Oct 31 '19 at 12:06
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    No ordinary Yogis have such Siddhis and those who have it will not demonstrate to public. May be they can demonstrate to their disciples or to Yogis who are really qualified to see. I remember reading in Swami Rama's book where he met a Yogi who was able to convert stones and any object to food. And, Swami Rama ate those sweetmeats which that Yogi converted from stones. But that Yogi won't display such powers publicly. – Rickross Nov 1 '19 at 6:11

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