As the main Nadi Astrologer, Guruji A. Siva guru Swamy opened and made known the Nadi astrology center in Vaitheeswarankoil. Guruji Guruji A. Siva guru Swamy inherited the method of quickly analyzing people’s fortunes after being born into a traditional Valluvar family of priests who practice astrology and participate in Lord Shiva Pooja.
The Vaitheeswaran Koil temple in Tamil Nadu, India, which is devoted to Lord Shiva, is where Nadi astrology’s beginnings may be found. We are not just one of the oldest but also the most well-known astrological centers in the world, with clients in about 86 different nations. As a result, it kept grabbing the attention of the world community for providing predictions with a high degree of precision for an affordable price.
It all began with forecasts made using Sivanadi by Guruji S. Vithyanadan, the great-grandfather, and his son, S. V. Vertrivalle. The preservation of sacred palm leaf manuscripts, on which the past, present, and future events of life have been recorded, became more difficult with time, which ultimately caused a shortage of the scripts, which are thought to be the creation of Vedic sages. Thus, the father S. V. Arumugam began seeking forecasts from Agasthya Nadi after basing them first on Siva Nadi. Guruji Anand’s ancestors belonged to the Meikandanadhar gothra, a lineage that originated in Tamilnadu, India’s Vaitheeswarankoil.
The majority of the original palm leaves or manuscripts bearing Nadi Jodhida (Jothishya) prophecies were under the principal authority of the family. The Brits have become interested in the richness of knowledge found in Nadi palm leaf writings regarding herbs and remedies, science, and art. The original Nadi leaves, which were kept in Thanjavur’s Saraswati Mahal Library during the British era, were ordered by London. The original Nadi Astrology palm leaves, however, are still in India because the colonizers did not understand their significance. Between 1850 and 1875, the British let these out on a lease basis. As a result, future prediction has a long history among the families of astrologers at the Vaitheeswaran Temple.Guruji Siva Guru Swamy, who was raised to be very disciplined and who received rigorous instruction from his father, S. V. Arumugam, in reading and interpreting the “Naadi,” has carried on the family tradition of making correct forecasts.