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Nadi History

Nadi Astrology is a renowned art of astrology, which was used by sages from india thousands of years ago. Saptharishis were the ones who wrote palm leaves using their yogic power. They are also known Sages from India. They were able to examine the past and the future of the entire universe. They also documented the lives of people who in the present or would live. Their conversations were recorded on palm leaves written in the ancient Tamil script. It can be read by expert Nadi Astrologers.

The predictions written on leaves come from the moment that the individual is introduced to the services provided by Nadi Astrology. Therefore, the predictions are written in advance and taken up by Nadi readers. There must be million Nadi leaves for each person on earth. However, the leaves stipulate that only that the person fulfills his karma that he will receive the leaves. However, these leaves aren’t only intended for Indian nationals, but also for foreigners as well as other nationals of other faiths and religions. It is all about destiny to make the leaf recognized and the predictions made known to the person who is concerned.

The beginnings of Nadi Astrology (palm leaf reading) can be traced back thousand years back. It is believed that Indian Rishis or Sages were able to write the pattern of life of every person’s life on palm leaves using their Yogic intuitive powers. These leaves were kept in the library of the temple. Then, when they became interested in the subject of Naadi astrology, they obtained those leaf from libraries. This is a tradition and is used by the generations below.

The most important Nadi astrology center is located in Vaitheeswaran Koil, close to Chidambaram within Tamil Nadu, a state located in South India. There, Lord Shiva is believed to have played the role in the form of a “Vaidhya”, or “Doctor” who suffered the sufferings of his followers. It is believed that the palm leaves were initially printed on animal skins as well as certain leaves, later texts were copied onto palm leaves. The documents were also preserved through applying oil from the blood of a peacock.