the tamil nadu temple…..?

| July 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

the tamil nadu temple…..?


  1. temple in tamil nadu


    Recently My friend told me horoscopes matter and decide the future of a person which i thought was a piece of rubbish but then she said there is a very popular temple in Tamil nadu which is said to have the names of every person and his future in small chits ! she also said many foreigners also go to that temple for knowing about their life ! does anyone have any idea about that temple’s name and if this is true ??
  2. reply by krk
    Nadi astrology (naadi jothidam) is a form of astrology practised in Tamil Nadu, India. It is based on the belief that the past, present and the future lives of all humans were written by Hindu sages in ancient times on Palm leaves.

    According to Hindu mythology, thousands of years ago sages who had the power to look in the past and future of the entire universe recorded the future of people who were living and who are going to live, in the form of Tamil verses, as Palm Leaf Manuscripts. The text is written in Vatteluttu, which is an ancient Tamil script. There are different schools of thought as to the author of these leaves. They were said to be written down by different Hindu sages, who had divine revelations. Some of the sages include Agasthiya, Brighu, Kaushika, Vyasa, Valmiki and Vasishtha. This doctrine of astrology was made famous by astrologers around the Vaitheeswaran Temple in the state of Tamil Nadu and is still practiced around the temple by their descendents.

    The source point of Nadi Astrology leaves can be traced back to approximately more then 2000 years. These Nadi leaves were initially stored in the premises of Tanjore Saraswati Mahal Library of Tamilnadu. The British rulers later showed interest in the Nadi leaves concerned with herbs and medicine, future prediction etc; but ironically left most of the Nadi prediction leaves to their loyal people. Some leaves got destroyed and the remaining were auctioned during the British rule. These Nadi leaves were obtained and possessed by the families of astrologers in Vaitheeswaran Temple. This is an art passed down the years from one generation to the other.

    The notion that astrologers claim these predictions were made for all human beings who have lived or will ever live is not completely true. Nadi astrologers say only a certain number of souls’ future predictions are there in the leaves. They are reported cases of exact match in the past details and future predictions. Since the prophecy is written in the form of Tamil verses, their interpretation is subject to the nadi astrologer’s way of understanding and interpreting them. But those who can understand poetic Tamil (professors, etc.) can understand the verses without the help of an astrologer.

    Procedure Usually, the astrologer asks for the thumb impression (right hand for males and left hand for females). The astrologer then searches his repository of leaves for the seeker’s classification of thumb print. Finally, the minimum possible set of matching leaves is brought. Every leaf corresponds to some individual and hence will bear the birth and kinship details of its seeker. So the seeker is asked a series of questions, based on the verses, so as to find the exact match. These questions are to be answered a yes or no. The exact leaf of seeker is said to get only ‘yes’ responses from the seeker. Once the exact leaf is found, the astrology tells the seeker’s name, parents name, spouse name and many other details about his future, since they are all written in the leaf. The first chapter (kaandam) in the leaf has the general overview of its seeker’s life. Then the kandams that follow this are specific ones like Marriage, Profession, etc. The list of chapters and details are as follows: Continued…

  3. reply by Ovilia Fernandes
    Nadi Astrology (‘நாடி ஜோதிடம்’ in Tamil), (nāḍi jyotiṣa) is a form of Hindu astrology practiced in Tamil Nadu, India. It is based on the belief that the past, present and the future lives of all humans were foreseen by Hindu sages in ancient times and written down as Palm Leaf Manuscripts (nāḍi grantha).

    Contents [hide]
    1 History
    2 The manuscripts
    3 Research
    4 References
    5 External links

    [edit] HistoryThe texts are mainly written in Vatteluttu, which is an ancient Tamil script. There are different schools of thought as to the author of these leaves. They were written by a Tamil sage called Agathiyar who is said to have had divine revelations. This doctrine of astrology was made famous by astrologers around the Vaitheeswaran Temple in the state of Tamil Nadu and is still practiced around the temple by their descendants.

    These Nadi leaves were initially stored in the premises of Tanjore Saraswati Mahal Library of Tamil Nadu. The British rulers later showed interest in the Nadi leaves concerned with herbs and medicine, future prediction etc.; but ironically left most of the Nadi prediction leaves to their loyal people. Some leaves got destroyed and the remaining were auctioned during the British rule. These Nadi leaves were obtained and possessed by the families of astrologers in Vaitheeswaran Temple. This was passed down the years from one generation to the other. [1]

    In the ancient times, the Saints Agasthya Maharshi, Koushika Maharshi etc. had written the divine conversation of Lord Shiva and his consort Parvathi in the palm leaves in Sanskrit language. Later, Tamil Kings translated to Aadi Tamil language, called Nadi Palm Leaves, now stored at Vaitheeswarankovil, Tamilnadu, India. Although, the context of the “ancient times” is yet to be defined when in Indian history timeline.

    The Maharishis who wrote the leaves in the last 2500 years declared in a leaf found in year 2009 they have an ambassador in the western world for the next 50 years: a Hungarian teacher Tamas Oszter who is dedicated to connect people with their leaves in Europe, North and South America, New Zealand, Australia, and South Africa. The greatest number of leaves ever written are for the generations already alive and will be on the planet for the next 50 years. The leaves are available for one out of 62 of the total humans alive. Its claimed that there are great amount of reported cases of exact match in the past details and future predictions, though unproven.

  4. reply by KDA
    you can try and meet these guys…now they have many branches so no need to go to tamil nadu…I had got my horoscope from panvel near mumbai…it is quite an experience… past was mostly correct and future I cant say …. but it is different feeling to come to know that you are a kind of programmed machine……………………..
  5. reply by cute witty gorgeous lill freak!
    Yes it is! It’s called Nadi Astrology (josiyam- in tamil) adn it is in Chidhambaram- Nataraja temple!

Do you know how to conduct pooja, please tell us!

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