Nivruttinath (c. 1273 – Unknown) was a 13th-century Marathi Bhakti saint, poet, philosopher and yogi of the Nath tradition. He was the elder brother and the teacher (guru) of Dnyaneshwar, the first Varkari saint.
Vitthalapant and his wife gave up their lives, within a year of each other by jumping into the Ganges, leaving two sons, Dnyaneshwar and Sopan, and a daughter, Muktabai, to be taken care of by Nivruttinath.
At around the age of 10, Nivruttinath's family moved to Nashik. During a pilgrimage trip, Vitthalapant along with his family was confronted by a tiger. The family escaped while Nivruttinath got separated from the family. He hid in a cave on the Anjani mountain where he met Gahaninath, who initiated Nivruttinath into the wisdom of the Nath tradition.
The Natha Tradition is an initiatory Guru–shishya tradition. After the death of their parents,  Nivruttinath initiated Dnyaneshwar into the Nath tradition and become his teacher (Guru).
After the Samadhi of Dnyaneshwar, Nivruttinath left Alandi with his sister, Muktabai for a pilgrimage. During a thunderstorm, Muktabai was lost. Nivruttinath then attained Samadhi. The Resting place is situated near Trimbakeshwar. At his resting place, a temple has been erected which is visited by numerous devotees.