About Nadi

Ancient India’s Rishis They used their intellect to discover numerous arts and sciences for the benefit of future generations of humans. Astrology is one such science. Astrology has various disciplines, including Horoscopy, which is the casting and reading of horoscopes based on the positions of planets at the time of a person’s birth and the travels of planets across the Zodiac. This is a well-developed science, as shown by ancient writings like as the Brihatsamhita and the JathakaPaarijatha. The other sciences include palmistry, numerology, and nadi reading. Experiences our family has had thus far, as well as feedback from our clients, have taught us that the forecasts being elucidated via the records of palm leaves we keep, appropriately suit just 80 percent of the locals, and therefore only 80 percent of the total visitors. The treatments given in the holy book, including temple poojas, are entirely up to the persons involved. When a native’s thumb impression is obtained, it is given to the reader at the library. To allow simple searching of the bundles, the palm-leaf bundles are categorised and catalogued in the library based on thumb imprint. There will most likely be 5 to 6 bundles for each thumb imprint, with each bundle containing  50 to 100 leaves. The leaf of a certain individual may be found in the first bundle or in any of the other six bundles. It is possible that it will not be discovered at times since the prophecies from this sacred scroll are restricted to a small number of souls. As a result, locating this precise leaf is arduous and time-consuming. Because the reader must read one statement from the first leaf and, if verified by the native, read the second statement to check its validity. If this statement does not apply to the native, the reader will have to proceed leaf by leaf, bundle by bundle, until he or she finds the one leaf on which all of the Native’s details appear correctly. To speed this procedure, the Native must give his complete cooperation, which means he must listen to the readings. This leads in the tracing not just of the leaf but also of the first Kaandam, also known as the General Kaandam, which represents the native’s lagna. If specific forecasts of any other house are desired, they can be examined in the respective Kaandam supplied in the Annexure. The Rishis demand that the Native be free of the bad effect of all their past born sins in order to obtain the beneficial benefits as offered by this holy book. As a result, the rishis recommend and specify the performance of specific parihaaras (remedies). If these Remedies are completed completely, the Rishi guarantees that the events he prophesied would occur. These are contained in different chapters titled Shanthi&Deeksha (No 13 & 14).

This office has been in operation for almost 80 years and has served three generations. Many people have recently opened Nadi offices in Vaithiswarankoil, i.e. during the last two years. We have no views on the burgeoning of this hallowed vocation. However, we would like to advise our consultees that we do not have any branch offices in India. Many prominent people have visited us (some of them more than once). However, we would like to inform our consultees that we do not have any branch offices in India. Many significant people have come to see us (some of them more than once). They were astounded when the predictions made by this office came true in their lives.

What exactly is Nadi Astrology?

Nadi Astrology is a type of astrology performed in South India, particularly in Tamil Nadu. It is claimed that historical seers predicted the past, present, and future of all mankind and inscribed their predictions on palm leaves. Thus, by examining the writing inscribed on the Palm leaves, one may obtain Nadi astrology prediction for the past, present, and future.

In India, Nadi Jyotisa is known as Nadi Astrology, and it is a type of Dharma astrology that is practised across India in as many different zones as the Indian Peninsula allows. In the earlier days, the Dharma sages could foresee the past, present, and future lives of mankind based simply on faith.

Nadi Astrology, also known as Nadi Jyothidham, is a kind of Dharma Astrology that is commonly practised in southern India in the states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and neighbouring territories. Mark the Nadi palm leaves on the right for males and the left for women, based on thumb impressions. A sign comprises 150 Nadis, with each sign consisting of 30 degrees on the 360-degree zodiac. The twelve signs of the zodiac are categorized into three parts: movable (Chara), fixed (Sthira), and dual (Dvisvabhava). The three sorts of signals each have their own phraseology of 150 Nadis. There are 1800 Nadis in 360 degrees.

All four Chara signs have identical Nadi names and numbers. The numbers and names of the Sthira signs are identical to those of the Nadis, although the numbering is generally different from those of Chara and Dvisvavhava. The serialising of the Dvisvavhava signs differs from that of Chara and Sthira, although they are almost equivalent.

Nadi Types

Nadi Shastra benefited from the contributions of 18 sages, on the premise of which several Nadi Shastras were called. Below are the many forms of Nadi Astrology discovered.

Agasathya (Agathiyar) Nadi
Bohar Nadi
Valmiki Nadi
Nandi Nadi
Thriumoolar Nadi
Konkanavar Nadi
Machamuni Nadi
Gorakhnathar Nadi
Sattaimuni Nadi
Sundaranandar Nadi
Ramadevar Nadi
Kudambai Nadi
Karuvoorar Nadi
Idaikadar Nadi
Kamalamuni Nadi
Pathanjali Nadi
Dhanvanthiri Nadi
Pampatti Nadi


As previously stated, Sukshma Nadi forecasts are accessible for all twelve Bhavas or houses. The general Kaandam in Chapter 1 must be referred to since it is regarded the index and provides thorough and exact forecasts, beginning at the moment the customer’s leaf is tracked until the end of his life. As previously stated in the sixth chapter, this general Kanda simply identifies the proper leaf related to the customer. The planetary placements of the nine planets are then discussed, and the specifics of the horoscope are cast and recorded in the Notebook, where the original forecasts are kept. This horoscope corresponds perfectly to the customer’s natal horoscope. However, the Nadi horoscope does not reveal the Lagna position or the balance of Dasa and Bhukthi periods. In certain situations, the lagna is also mentioned. Please see the DasaBhukthi chapter for further information. The current Gochara position of the planets is then reviewed, and if there are any significant doshams or sins done in previous births, Shanthi and Deeksha, Kaandam are advised. This will be seen in the following chapter. Following that, forecasts are offered from the moment the leaf is traced to the end of his life, covering all twelve bhava affects, i.e. Education, profession, marriage, health, children, profession profit and loss, service, death, and so forth.