Between 550 and 300 BC, a Tamil Shaivite Siddhar named Boganathar lived. He was Kalangi Nathar's disciple. He was born near the Palani Hills in Vaigavur. He was educated by his grandmother and mother, both of whom are mentioned in numerous traditions and texts. In his book "Bogar 7000," Bogar himself talks about where he came from. This is also mentioned in Bogar's book Bogar 7000, which he wrote while teaching about enlightenment while traveling from Tamil Nadu to China. Bogar is supposed to be in "nirvikalpa samadhi" underneath the sanctorum of Palani Murugan slope sanctuary. Bogar was a follower of Agastya's teachings and taught meditation, alchemy, yantric designs, Kriya yoga, and alchemy at the Kataragama Murugan shrine. He etched a yantric geometric design onto a metal plate and put it in the sanctum sanctorum of the Kataragama temple complex. Bogar was one of the first pilgrims to travel through Sri Lanka's Murugan Tiruppadai. Legends and the Palani temple scriptures claim that Bogar used a unique method to mix nine poisonous herbs (Navapashanam) to create the idol of Murugan at Palani's hill temple. In addition, he established the temple dedicated to Murugan in Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu, India, at the Poombarai Kuzhanthai Velappar temple.
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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,
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