Nadi Astrology is an ancient Indian method of Astrology to learn about one's past, present and the future.It is said that thousands of years ago, the great sages of Indian had the power to look into the past and future of the entire universe and recorded the life of each human being who either lived, were living or were to live. At some point of time ,these discussions were written on palm leaves in an ancient Tamil script,which can now only be deciphered by expert Nadi astrologers. NADI in Tamil means in search of. Because one individual goes in search of his details in the nadi, this system came to be called by this name. The palm leaf inscriptions are scattered throughout India.
Nadi is made up of a particular ola or palm leaf, written in Vatta Ezhuthu
, a Tamil script, with a sharp, nail-like instrument called
Ezhuthani. The palm leaves are preserved by rubbing peacock
oil on auspicious occasions. These palm leaves are still preserved in
the Saravasti Mahal library of Tanjore(Thanjavur), in the South Indian
state of Tamil Nadu.
The primary centre for Nadi Shastra is in Vaitheeswarankoil, near Chidambaram in Tamil Nadu, a state in South India. The
palm leaf inscription of an individual is spotted out by his thumb impression.
Lines on the thumb of people on the earth are are classified into 108
types. The Nadi palm leaves are arranged according to these types. The
Nadi readers identify the particular
types of lines on the thumb and
the corresponding set of palm leaves are taken.The time duration to
pick up your leaf depends upon the identification of the thumb impression.
Some impressions are identified easily and the corresponding leaves
are found soon.
are there not only for Indian nationals but also for foreigners and
other nationals belonging to other religions and creeds.Destiny has
leaves for those who wished to have their readings.It is also stated
that about 40% of the people in the world only are likely to get these
results as available.The other leaves might have been damaged or lost
in the course of time.
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