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PALMISTRY

The palm is an index of a person character, attitude and behaviour. It is a mirror reflecting a person's inner vibrations, thoughts, moods, and happenings in the life of an individual. The study of Palmistry involves a lot of psychoanalysis. Intuition too plays a part in reading a palm. Palmistry basically governed by the lines and mounts on one's palm. The Right palm is read for the men and the Left palm for the women. The important lines are the headline, heart line and lifeline, and the mounts are Jupiter, Saturn, Sun, Mercury, Moon, Venus, Upper Mars and Lower Mars. There are several small details that only a palmist can perceive, such as the squares, triangles, crosses, circles and stars. For example, it is believed that each finger carries its own interpretation; the phalanges of the thumb, index finger, the little finger and the lines on them have a lot of significance and meaning too.

In fact the kind of friends that a person cultivates can also be known from a person's palm.

In order to predict through this art, it would be ideal if the person can come personally or else send a palm print to the site for predictions.

You can send your palm print of both the hands, along with the date of birth, and time of birth for predictions.

According to tradition, Kuchipudi dance was originally performed only by men and they all belonged to the Brahmain community.These Brahmain families were known popularly as Bhagavathalu of Kuchipudi. A very charming form of abhinaya is the satvikabhinaya which includes three steps. It begins with facial expressions and eye movements, followed by hand gestures and eventually movements of the entire body. The most popular Kuchipudi dance is the pot dance in which a dancer keeps a pot filled with water on her head and feet kept on a brass plate. Kuchipudi plays are enacted in the open air and on improvised stages. Kuchipudi, the dainty dance form of Andhra Pradesh is profoundly aesthetic and the experience of watching it live is most exhilarating and cannot be expressed in words!!.


Astrology in Tamil Nadu

NAADI

Naadi Shashtra or Palm leaf Astrology is an ancient Indian method of recording data. It is believed that by reading through the writings on these leaves one can learn about one's past, identify the present and predict the future. It is said that thousands of years ago, the great sages of India had the power to look into the past and future of the entire universe. It is believed that they done this and recorded the life of each human being who has lived, is living and of some one who is yet to be born. These predictions were written on palm leaves in an ancient Tamil script, which can now only be deciphered by expert Nadi astrologers.

Naadi in Tamil means in search of . It is believed that an individual goes in search of his details of his past and seeks to know more of the unknown future. Hence it is a search. These palm leaf inscriptions are scattered throughout India. Some of these inscriptions can be found in Tamil Nadu. These ancient scripts were standardized, ordered and classified in Tamil Nadu nearly 1000 years ago during the reign of the Cholas in South India. There are a number of Nadis who are named after the rishis. They are the Agasthiya Naadi, Suka Naadi, Brahma Naadi, Kaushika Naadi and others. There are only a few Naadi readers available who can interpret the inscriptions that are written in in poetic Tamil.

Each Naadi or set of leaves is made up of ola or palm leaf, written in Vatta ezhuthu , a Tamil script, with a sharp, nail-like instrument called ezhuthani . Rubbing peacock oil on auspicious occasions preserves the palm leaves. These palm leaves are still preserved in the Saraswati Mahal Library in Thanjavur. The primary centre for Naadi Shastra is in Vaitheeswaran Koil.

The palm leaf inscription of an individual can be identified as being meant for the person by lifting a copy of one's thumb impression. It is well known that the whirls and loops of the fingers of people on the earth are unique and they cannot be replicated. It is believed that these prints are classified into 108 types. The Naadi palm leaves are arranged according to these types. The Nadi readers identify the particular types of lines on the thumb and finding the corresponding set of palm leaves are taken. The time duration to pick up your leaf depends upon the identification of the thumb impression. Some impressions are identified easily and the corresponding leaves are found soon, there are others that may take months or even years to locate.

The leaves are not just records for Indian nationals but also for people of other nationalities, religions and creeds. It is also stated that about 40% of the people in the world are likely to get these results. The other leaves might have been damaged or may have been lost in the course of time.

History

The origin of the Naadi inscriptions can be traced back to approximately 2000 years ago. It is said that the ancient Indian rishis or sages had written the life patterns of each person on palm leaves using their yogic and intuitive powers.

During the British Rule, the British sold these leaves to the locals who were interested in getting them. People belonging to the Valluvar community in Tamil Nadu and were specialized in astrology bought most of these leaves. The astrology families in Vaitheeswaran Koil also acquired some of these. The leaves were found in Vaitheeswaran Koil around the 13th century. Those interested in Astrology realised their values and copied the contents on palm leaves and made exact replicas. These leaves have been handed down over generations to make predictions about the future. They earned their livelihood through Naadi Shashtra. They got trained by their elders to do the reading.

The then Mahratta king Sarabhoji and Chola Kings patronized this form of astrology and translations. It is said that the Naadis had originally written on animal skins and it was later copied on palm leaves.

The primary centre for Naadi Shastra is in Vaitheeswarankoil, near Chidambaram in Tamil Nadu, a state in South India. Here Lord Shiva is said to have assumed the role of a vaidhya or doctor, who alleviated the miseries of his devotees.

Vaitheeswaran Koil: 24 km from Chidambaram, the place is famous for the Siva temple dedicated to Vaidyanatheeswarar, the healer of all diseases and his consort Thaiyalnayaki. It is believed that a bath in the holy waters of the Siddhamirtham tank within the temple complex will cure all diseases. Nadi Jothidam is a traditional skill popular here.

NUMEROLOGY

Numerology is a study and a science of numbers. It is believed that mathematical numbers help an individual in the person's life experiences if the calculations are just right for the person. Numerology is the application of simple mathematical calculations to living. Numerology also encompasses the study of the nine planets, and they are the Sun, Moon, Jupiter, Venus, Mars, Uranus Mercury, Neptune and Saturn. All the nine planets have individual numbers ranging from 1 to 9 and calculations are done according to these numbers in various permutations and combinations. They are said to have a significant influence on the life of an individual.

A person's name and birth date are important aspects of a person's personality. A person's birth number, which is the sum total of the year , month and date , and the sum total of a person's name number , which are made up of the letters of the alphabet, defines one's personality trait. The person carries the vibrations of the sum total of the number that make up the person's name and birth date. Each number and letter has an aura and these vibrations begin to radiate in a person. If one individual's number is in harmony with another individual's, then it is believed that the concerned individuals will establish good rapport with each other.

Since a person is governed by the number one bears, the person is automatically influenced in one's understanding of things, ideas, desires, occupations, attitudes, ambitions, likes and dislikes and above all the personality of the individual.

It is believed that opportunities and successes of people are the result of the number that the person bears and its vibration on the individual.


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VAASTHU

Vaasthu is considered significant in India as it an ancient Indian science on the use and correctness of space. This stems from much more than the placement of a window or door during the construction of the house. The science works on the basic premise that the earth or soil is actually alive, and that all living or organic creatures emerge directly from it. This life force within the earth is called Vaasthu , and all objects placed on it share this life force. The earth therefore works as both substance and support. Vaasthu is also explained as the living space vas meaning to be or to live.

Elements of Vaasthu: Space, time and energy are traditionally perceived as existing in their free, unlimited state. Vaasthu believes that applying rhythm and order in other words, science to the way we live, move, and use time can discipline these three elements.
Vaasthu's History: This ancient Indian science Vaasthu is technical and was confined to architects or sthapathis and handed over by word of mouth or through hand-written monographs. It was treated as the science in the construction of temples and royal palaces. The principles of construction, architecture and sculpture have been incorporated in the science.

 
 

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