What is Shiv Nadi Astrology

Nadi Astrology at Vaitheeswaran Koil - Real or Fake?

Nadi astrology is based on predictions that an ancient Tamil sage named Agathiyar is said to have written on palm leaves. The sheets were initially kept in the Saraswati Mahal Library in Tanjore, Tamil Nadu. However, most of them were auctioned off during British rule. Astrologer families from Vaitheeswaran Koil, a Shiva temple around 250 kilometers south of Chennai near Chidambaram, received the leaves and passed them on from generation to generation.

Therefore, Vaitheeswaran Koil is considered to be the birthplace of Nadi astrology.

Apparently there is a palm leaf that suits everyone. When you find your sheet, you will know your future.

Vaitheeswaran Koil: The birthplace of Nadi Astrology

Vaitheeswaran Koil in Tamil Nadu is considered the best place to consult a Nadi astrologer as it originated there. The challenge, however, is to identify the real fakes. Numerous people have reported failing to find legitimate astrologers. They have either been told that Nadi's astrology is a scam or have witnessed scams by Nadi astrologers around the temple (like this alarming example that is must-read).

However, the fact that many people can be seen rituals being performed indicates some belief.

Do you want to try your luck The two most famous and seemingly real Nadi astrology centers near Vaitheeswaran Koil are those of C Poosamuthu (67 Westautostra├če,Phone:04364-279455) and A Sivasamy (Sri Siva Nadi, 18 Milladi Street, across from Indian Overseas Bank, Tel: 04364-279463).

These are the only two families of astrologers who have practiced for many generations and are believed to have a complete collection of original Nadi scriptures.

Is Nadi Astrology Really A Scam? What to Expect

There are stories of accurate predictions, so it is impossible to say that Nadi's astrology has no merit.

The problem, however, is finding an astrologer who is authentic and has the right hand. The vast majority of them don't.

The process of finding the correct sheet is first performed by taking a thumb press. The lines on the thumb are classified into different types and the palm leaves are arranged according to these types. Each bundle of sheets contains 12 chapters with names, life details and past life details. (If you want to read all 12 chapters, you will have to pay accordingly). The astrologer asks a series of questions and answers about the selected leaves. So that your exact sheet can be found, you have to answer all questions on a sheet with "Yes".

The astrologers will shape their questions in a way that enables them to obtain personal information, often through elimination processes, and then reconstruct it to give a prediction. They also play on people's fears and will always suggest expensive remedies to correct "problems" (such as past birth sins) that they identify.

My Nadi astrology experience

I visited a Nadi astrologer in Mumbai because I was curious about the practice. He predicted that I would be in a car accident and it certainly did not come true.

Since I didn't answer yes to all of the questions, I wasn't convinced he even had my sheet. So I didn't expect too much from reading it.

Despite the uncertainty about the paper, the astrologer was still reading my future. Then, in the end, he suggested that I pay 13,000 rupees for priests in Tamil Nadu to sing specially Mantras. This would ensure my future would be bright. (No, I haven't paid).

I certainly didn't leave like I had a meaningful experience.