Vaitheeswaran Koil Nadi Astrology: Cost and Booking

Vaitheeswaran Koil Nadi Astrology: Cost and Booking

Nadi astrology has roots dating back hundreds of years, to the time of the great Sages. Sages who could see into everyone’s future had written it down on palm leaves as Nadi Jyothishyam. Nadi astrologers read these palm leaves to guess what will happen to people. The divine sages used their knowledge to safeguard the health and wealth of future generations. Kundali reading and writing is one of the sections of astrology that refers to a person’s birth chart and the movement of the planets. This is a very advanced study according to old texts like the Brihatsamhita, Jathaka, Paarijatha, and others.

These scripts were kept in Maharajah Serfoji II of Tanjore’s palace library. The Britishers came to know about these palm leaves and sold them to some Indian families. Those families still have them. Siddhas were taught to read these palm leaves, which were written in old Tamil scripts. These scripts are still accessible at Vaitheeswaran Koil in Tamil Nadu for authentic astrology.

Vaitheeswaran Koil Nadi Astrology

To accelerate the process, the Native must fully interact, which requires closely observing the reading and providing clear responses. As such, the Native Lagna is symbolized by the leaf and the first Kaandam, sometimes called General Kaandam. General Kaandam would also give the Native’s remaining 12 houses in the birth chart brief predictions. In case more forecasts concerning any other house were needed, they are available in the Appendix of the relevant Kaandam. The Rishis advise the Native to be cleansed from the bad consequences of all wrongdoing committed in past lifetimes to obtain the outstanding outcomes demanded by such holy writing. The sages suggest and name specific remedies. The sage promises that the events he has mentioned will happen if he performs these remedies with dedication. Those are divided into two divisions, Shanthi and Deeksha (Nos. 13 and 14).

When one is acquired, the library readers turn over a native thumb impression. The palm-leaf bunches were arranged by thumb imprint in the library to facilitate their finding. It was expected for each thumb imprint to have five or six bunches, each with fifty to one hundred leaves. There is a chance of one such person in the first group and any of the other six. Likely, it will not be found because the forecasts in this holy scroll are only known to a small number of souls. It is thus challenging and time-consuming to locate this specific leaf.

Once he affirms the first declaration—which the readers must read from the first leaf—the Native must then repeat the second declaration to confirm its veracity. If this claim is untrue for this Native, the reader would have to look into bunch after bunch, leaf after leaf, until they find the one leaf on which all of the Native’s information appears properly.

  • Kandam 1: Name of individual in the current birth and name of parents, Number of brothers and sisters, family forecasts such as Name of spouse or wife; the number of children, if married. Provide an introduction to the profession and a synopsis of the next 12 Khandams (12 Chapters).
  • Kandam 2: Speech, Eye-Sight, Family, Education, and Finances.
  • Kandam 3: The number of brothers and sisters, Positive or negative relationships with siblings, fortitude, bravery, perseverance, and accomplishments.
  • Kandam 4: Mom’s health, Assets, Real Estate, Home, Cars, Extravagance, and Life’s Joys.
  • Kandam 5: Children: Births, Problems with Conception and how to Solve Them Adoptions, A thorough forecast of the child’s or children’s future.
  • Diseases, Debts, and Enemies (Kandam 6). Court cases: Solutions for all issues.
  • Kandam 7: When Should I Get Married? If Not, Why Wait? Duration, compatibility, problems in marriage, the separation between the bride’s home and the bridegroom’s, and the Lagnam planetary position in the prospective bride or groom’s horoscope.
  • Kandam 8: Month, Date, Day, Time, Star, Lifespan, Accident, and Danger to Life, Age Lagnam, the Death Place.
  • Kandam 9: Prophecies about fatherhood, wealth, visiting temples, good fortune, holy men’s upadesam, and giving charity.
  • Kandam 10: Future forecasts regarding occupation, employment, business, relocation, and other good and bad things.
  • Kandam 11: Earnings, any subsequent marriages, etc.
  • Kandam 12: Next birth or accomplishment of Salvation (Moksha), Foreign trips, and expenditure and its justifications.

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