Nadi Astrology History

The early history of Nadi astrology dates back hundreds of years; There were great Sages or Rishis who could see into the future of every person on earth. These predictions were written in a particular script on palm leaves as Nadi josiyam. Today, Nadi astrologers use these leaves to predict people's futures. In order to ensure the health and well-being of upcoming generations, the ancient Indian Rishis employed their minds and discovered numerous arts and sciences. Astrology is a scientific discipline. Horoscopy is one of the many subfields of astrology., e.g. casting and reading horoscopes based on the positions of planets at a person's birth and their movement through the Zodiac According to ancient texts like the Brihatsamhita, Jathaka, Paarijatha, and so on, this is a well-developed science.

These leaves were kept in the palace library of Maharajah Serfoji II of Tanjore, a great supporter of the arts and sciences. He did this so that they could be accessed in the future. During their reign, the British took these leaves and sold them to some Indian families, who still have them. These families keep them well and continue to teach people how to read the leaves correctly so that people can still benefit from the old advice of these Siddhas, also known as the Naadi astrology family. These Siddhas are now regarded as members of a Nadi astrology family. Mr. the Nadi readers G. Natarajan Swamy is a member of one of the best nadi families and works in the Vaitheeswaran koil area.

These leaves were discovered around the 12th century in Tamil Nadu's ancient South India Vaitheeswaran Koil. The Nayanar community that discovered these leaves realized their values, copied them exactly, and have been the Nadi Leaves' custodians ever since. In addition, they are the only community that has been taught to read the leaves and interpret them in order to make predictions for generations. In addition, they are the only people who still practice traditional nadi astrology and have access to the Nadi leaves. The leaves were obtained from the library by later astrologers who were extremely interested in nadi astrology-related information. It would appear that these palm leaves were initially written on animal skins, with some leaves later being copied with texts. Oil derived from peacock blood was also used to maintain these sources. Vaitheeswaran koil in South India serves as the primary Nadi astrology center.