There are three saints remembered in the official liturgy (Indian Orthodox).
St. Gregorios (Parumala Thirumeni), Feast on Nov. 2 (declared saint by the Synod of Catholicos Mar Gheevarghese 11 on Nov 2, 1947)http://www.stgregorios.com/2002/stg.asp
St. Baselius Yeldo, Feat on Oct. 3 (declared saint by the Synod of Catholicos Mar Gheevarghese 11 on Nov 2, 1947)
St. Dionysius (Vattasheril Thirumeni), Feast on Feb. 24 (declared saint by the Synod of Catholicos Mar Mathews 11 on 24 th February 2003)http://www.massey.ac.nz/~ccherian/stdionysiusnz/saints.htm
There are other fathers considered saints by people, as they go to their resting place for intercession, as well as church observe feast. But they are still not declared saints by the Synod. Few fathers considered saints are:
- Mar Ahatallah Bava (believed to be sent by Alexandria, feast at Thumpamon and Mavelikkara Orthodox churches), Feast day January 13-15.
- Blessed Kuriakose Mar Gregorios (Pampady Thirumeni, Late Metropolitan of Kottayam), Feast on April 5.http://www.icbs.com/prayer/conflict-resolution-in-church.htmhttp://www.stgregorios.com/2002/listening.asp
- Mar Gregorios Abdul Jeleel, Patriarch of Jerusalem (Feast April 27)
- Catholicos Mar Gheevarghese 11, Feast on Jaunary 3
- Anchel Achen (Priest).
- Kallada Muthappan (Anthrayose Bava) Feast March 2-4 at Kallada Orthodox Church.http://www.indianchristianity.org/orthodox/calendar.html
There are many other saints, considered so by people and the church, in local places.
There is a church some 5 kms. from my home in India were two lay people are buried. From ancient times people go there and light candles, as well as feast celebrated by priest.