Siva Nadi Astrology in Vaitheeswaran Koil

Hindu Nadi astrology has numerous sages and Nadi leaves written by maharishis depict past, present, and future human life predictions. future. Sages known as Siddhas like Agastya, Sugar, Dhanvantari, and others wrote many of them. amp; Some of them were written by Maharishis like Atri, Bhrighu, and others, who are collectively referred to as Saptharishis (the Seven Maharishis). However, there is a type of Nadi known as the Sivanadi that contains conversations between Lord Parvati, the ultimate God, and Lord Siva. It is believed that Lord Siva and Parvati engages in a conversation about a person's past, present, and future life characteristics. future to assist them in achieving spiritual salvation and breaking free of their birth cycles.

In general, sivanadi (shivnadi jyotish) is a poetic script typically found in the Tamil language that describes a conversation between Lord Siva and Parvati. This discussion of the nadi seeker always begins with some kind of fact, such as proof that it is the seeker's nadi predictions, so that the seeker can verify that they were written specifically for them. The majority of the readings in the Sivanadi Jyothisham are written by siddhas and maharishis pleading with Lord Shiva and Parvati on behalf of the nadi seeker regarding the predictions made for their lives.

On palm leaves, these predictions were written in the ancient Tamil script known as Vatta Eluzhuthu. These visions were recorded by seven distinct rishis, so there are many different kinds of Nadis. Intriguingly, there is a variant of Nadi known as the Siva Nadi that is composed of dialogues between Lord Shiva and Parvati, his wife.

To his disciple Gorakhnath, the well-known saint Kakabusanda sang verses about the fate and destiny of humanity. Kakabusanda Nadi is the name given to this type of Nadi.