AGASTYA NADI ASTROLOGY
Agastya Nadi Astrology in Vaitheeswaran Koil
Sri Agastya, also known as Agathiar, Agastyar, Agasti, and Agastiar, is a well-known Vedic sage. Sage Agastya is thought to have helped spread the Vedic religion to southern India. Additionally, Agastya is recognized as one of the Seven Great Sages (Saptarishis). Sage Agasthiyar has also made a significant contribution to Hinduism's four Vedas. The Supreme Being, the Brahman, revealed these mantras to Sage Agasthiyar. Additionally, Agastya is the Siddha king. He is also known as Kurumuni, which means "short saint" (kuru). His contributions can be found primarily in the fields of astrology, particularly Nadi astrology (Jyotish, Jodhidam, Josyam, or Jothisyam), and medicine (Siddha).
One of Maharishi Sri Agastya's medicinal preparations, Boopathi Kuligai, is said to be so potent that it can even bring the dead back to life. He is said to have lived for over 5000 years on Earth and is immortal. Therayar and Tholkappiar were two of his students and followers. Additionally, he is thought to be the guru of numerous other Siddhars.
Prediction based on Nadi astrology dates back at least 5000 years. Nadi astrology, also known as palm leaf reading, dates back approximately a thousand years. Nadi astrology, also known as Nadi Jothidam, is an ancient form of astrology that was practiced by Indian sages thousands of years ago. The Saptarishis used their yogic powers to write on palm leaves.
With Lord Siva's blessing, ancient saints and rishis were able to predict the past, present, and future. Lord Siva blessed 18 of his disciples, all of whom were able to foresee the future. AGASTYA is the best Rishi (sage) with the most developed consciousness among them. These predictions for the future were written by sages in palm leaves, a practice that is commonly referred to as Nadi astrology or Nadi jyotish. Nadi leaves are the names of these palm leaves. There are numerous varieties of nadi leaves written by various sages and maharishis. These nadi leaves fall into one of two general categories: called the appropriate maharishi or sage who wrote those nadi leaves.
The nadi leaves were discovered in the palace's secret chambers when moguls attacked the palace of Tanjore in 1540. They ordered the Nadi leaves to be destroyed because they didn't care much about them. A Brahmin astrologer dreamed that Sage Agasthya had told him to go and save the leaves from being destroyed that night. To his surprise, the astrologer found the leaves after a 120-kilometer walk to the palace. Sage Agasthya had promised that if he saved the nadi leaves from danger, he and his descendants would have success and good fortune. The blessed family known as the "Shiva family," which served as the initial custodian of the nadi manuscripts, was formed by the Brahmin family and subsequent generations. They carried on the spiritual legacy of nadi leaf prediction. Online Agastya Nadi, Jyotish Agastya Nadi, and Jothidam