NADI ASTROLOGY IN VAIDEESWARAN KOIL
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The Nadi Astrology is the most ancient Indian method of Astrology, which gives an insight into one’s past, present, and the future lives.
It is believed that thousands of years ago, the seven Indian great sages or the Sapta Rishes had the power to look into the past and future of the entire universe and recorded the life of each human being who lived, were living or were to live. These Sapta Rishes were Bhrigu, Angira, Atri, Vishvamitra, Kashyapa, Vashishta, and Agastya. Their discussions were written initially on palm leaves in Sanskrit. Each of rishis has a Grantha from which his knowledge is dispersed. These Granthas include the Agastya nadi, the Brighu nadi, the Brahma nadi, the Shiva nadi, the Kaushika nadi ( Vishwamitra) etc. It is also believed that these inscriptions were written by Ganesha.
The sage Agasthya has written in Tamil. Later, other Sanskrit texts were translated in Tamil. The Marata King Sarabhoji and the Chola kings patronised this form of astrology and translations. The nadi reader traditionally follows the writings on just one of the great rishis.
Nadi in Sanskrit means the pulse or the subtle channels in the body or a division of time (24 minutes). In Tamil, Nadi means in search of. According to Yoga and Ayurveda, Nadi are the subtle channels which give message to the different parts of the body plus the Ida, the Pingala and the Sushumna nadi. Each Nadi is made up of a particular ola or palm leaf, written in Vatta Ezhuthu , a Tamil script, using a sharp, nail-like instrument called Ezhuthani.
The palm leaves are preserved by rubbing the peacock oil on auspicious occasions and during the British Rule, the British sold these leaves to the people belonging to the Valluvar community in Tamil Nadu. Some of these leaves are still preserved in the Saravasti Mahal library of Tanjore or Thanjavur, in the state of Tamil Nadu.
The primary centre for Nadi Shastra is in Vaideeswaran koil, located about 24 kms from Chidambaram in Tamil Nadu. In this temple, the Lord Shiva is said to have assumed the role of a vaidhya or doctor, who alleviated the miseries of his devotees. It is also believed that a bath in the holy waters of the Siddhamirtham tank within the temple complex will cure all diseases. Nadi Shastra is the most traditional skill of the temple.
In Nadi Jyotisham, the palm leaf inscription of an individual is spotted out by his thumb impression. As the lines on the thumb of people on the earth are classified into 1008 types, the Nadi palm leaves are arranged according to these types.
The Nadi readers identify the particular types of lines on the thumb and they take the corresponding set of palm leaves. The time duration to pick up the leaf depends upon the identification of the thumb impression. The text is written in Vatteluttu, which is an ancient Tamil script and the predictions were written in verse and are subject to interpretation by the astrologer. This art of Nadi shastra is passed on from one generation to the other.
The Jyotish Nadis Granthas divide the information on each individual life into sixteen chapters or the kandams, with each kandam showing the various aspects of life similar to the horoscope and its twelve houses. But there are added kandams, which are the real key of the Nadi reading. The details covered in each Kandam are given as below.
Kandam 1 - It contains the names of parents, wife or husband, brothers, sisters, maternal uncles, and children, profession and general list of future predictions for all the 12 houses.
Kandam 2 - It contains the information about the money, the family, the communication, the eyes, and the education.
Kandam 3 - It contains the information about brothers and sisters.
Kandam 4 - It contains the information about mother, house, lands, vehicles, and happiness.
Kandam 5 - It contains the information about children, birth of children, reasons for not having children, creativity etc.
Kandam 6 - It contains the information about enemies, diseases, debts, and the cases in court.
Kandam 7 - It contains the information about marriage, married life, problems and blessings from marriage.
Kandam 8 - It contains the information about danger to life, longevity, and period of death.
Kandam 9 - It contains the information about father, wealth, luck, temple, spirituality, devotion to god and guru.
Kandam 10 - It contains the information about business, job, profession, success etc.
Kandam 11 - It contains the information about profit, money, gain, second marriage etc.
Kandam 12 - It contains the information about expenditure, loss, foreign travel, moksha, self realisation, next birth etc.
Kandam 13 or Shanti Kandam - It contains the information about pacifying the past life issues, past karma and last birth. Even the remedial measures that need to be done in order to calm the negative karma are also specified.
Kandam 14 or Diksha Kandam - It contains the information about the initiation into secret knowledge that allows the deeper world to develop through the use of the right mantras and the right protection.
Kandam 15 or Aushadha kandam - It contains the information about health and healing.
Kandam 16 or Dasa Bhukti kandam - It contains the information about the dasa and the bhuktis for life.
In addition to these kandams, there is also a special chapter for Prasna which answers the questions of the people from what is written by the Rishis.
How can you visit Vadeeswaran Koil?
If you are enjoying a package tour covering Chennai-Mahabalipuram-Pondichery-Tanjore route, the following modification can be made to visit Vaideeswaran Koil
Chennai(O/N)-Mahabalipuram(O/N)-Pondicherry(O/N)-Samimalai(O/N)-Vadeeswaran koil-Tanjore(O/N).The advantage of this route is that you can visit Gangaikonda cholapuram & Chidambaram enroute.Pondicherry to Sami malai takes 3 hrs(150 Kms) .You have to depart from Samimalai early morning and reach Vadeeswaran Koil (60 Kms & 1 hr 30 Mnts).After reaching there,your Thumb finger print will be taken & then in the afternoon ,after checking the palm leaves,they will predict the present past & future!
If you follow the Madurai-Tanjore-Pondicherry Route,the following change can be made to visit the spot
Madurai (O/N)-Tanjore(O/N)-Vadeeswaran Koil-Pondicheryy (O/N).As the traveling distance from Tanjore to vadiswaran koil is long (3.30-4 Hrs & 160 Kms) yo have leave from Tanjore early morning.After completing the programme at Vaideeswaran kOil,you can proceed to pondicheerry for overnight stay .In that case,2 Nights stay at Tanjore & 2 Nights stay at pondicherry is preferable to complete the sightseeing programmes.
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