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Sri Agastya, also called Agathiar, Agastyar, Agasti, and Agastiar, is a renowned Vedic sage. It is believed that Sage Agastya played a vital role in spreading the Vedic religion to the southern region of India. Furthermore, he is acknowledged as one of the Seven Great Sages (Saptarishis). Sage Agasthiyar has also made significant contributions to the four Vedas of Hinduism. The Brahman, the Supreme Being, revealed these sacred chants to Sage Agasthiyar. Moreover, Agastya holds the title of Siddha king and is known by the name Kurumuni or short saint (kuru). His notable contributions mainly lie in astrology, particularly Nadi astrology (Jyotish, Jodhidam, Josyam or Jothisyam), and medicine (Siddha).


According to legend, Maharishi Sri Agastya’s miraculous remedy, Boopathi Kuligai, possesses such incredible power that it can revive the deceased. He is believed to have resided on Earth for more than 5000 years and is considered immortal. Two of his disciples and devotees were Therayar and Tholkappiar. Furthermore, he is revered as the mentor of countless other Siddhars.

For at least 5000 years, Nadi astrology has been used to make predictions. This ancient form of astrology, also known as palm leaf reading or Nadi Jothidam, was practiced by Indian sages who possessed yogic powers and wrote on palm leaves.

Thanks to Lord Siva’s blessings, the ancient saints and rishis possessed the ability to foresee events from the past, present, and future. Lord Siva bestowed his blessings upon 18 disciples who all had the gift of clairvoyance. Among them, AGASTYA stood out as the most enlightened sage. These prophecies were documented by the sages on palm leaves, a practice known as Nadi astrology or Nadi jyotish. The palm leaves used for this purpose are referred to as nadi leaves and were written by various sages and maharishis. These nadi leaves can be categorized based on the respective maharishi or sage who authored them.

The nadi leaves were stumbled upon in the secret chambers of the palace during an attack by moguls in 1540. The moguls, indifferent to their significance, gave orders for the destruction of the Nadi leaves. However, a Brahmin astrologer had a dream where Sage Agasthya instructed him to rescue the leaves from annihilation that very night. Much to his amazement, after trekking 120 kilometers to reach the palace, the astrologer discovered the leaves. Sage Agasthya had promised that if he safeguarded the nadi leaves from harm, he and his descendants would be blessed with success and prosperity. Thus, forming the Shiva family, this Brahmin lineage became the initial custodians of the nadi manuscripts and carried forth their spiritual legacy of leaf prediction.