Agasthiyar was a Siddhar, or wise, in the Vedas. Also mentioned is the Agasthiyar clan. to have "authored" many of the mantras in the oldest and most revered Hindu scripture, the Rig Veda, in the sense that the Supreme Brahman first showed him the mantras in his mind. Agasthiyar also wrote the Agasthiyar Samhita [ref: Bharathi Dharma] Agasthiyar is viewed as by some to be the best of the Seven Sages or Saptarshis. The word can also be spelled Agasti and Agathiyar. also a name related to Shiva. Urvashi was where Mitra and Varuna, the Divine beings, brought forth Agasthiyar, the Muni. Agasthiyar, which is also the Canopus star's Indian astronomical name, is referred to as the "cleanser of waters" because its rising coincides with the Indian Ocean's cooling. Sage Agasthiyar is said to have looked for help from the Kalakeyas, an Asura family, after they had escaped to the Grandiose Sea, making it challenging for the Devas to overcome them. After hearing about the Devas, the sage took in all of the ocean's water and kept it inside him until the demons were destroyed. In his book, he explains how to make medicines for a variety of conditions, including cancer, impotence, abdominal issues, brain and eye issues, bone issues, and fevers of any kind. It is claimed that his medications have no side effects and deliver quick results.
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In India, Nadii Jyotisa is called Nadi Astrology and is a form of Dharma astrology, which is followed throughout India in as many
diverse zones as the breadth of the Indian Peninsula will permit. About humans, in the old ages considered solely on faith,
the Dharma sages could predict the past, present, and future lives.