Nadi Astrology (Nadi Jothidam)

In India, Nadi 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. Nadi Astrology, also called Nadi Jyothidham, is a form of Dharma Astrology usually put to practice in southern India in the areas located in the states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala and adjoining regions. Pinpoint the Nadi palm leaves, as according to the thumb impressions, the right for men and the left for women. A sign contains 150 Nadis, with each sign composed of 30 degrees on the zodiac made of 360 degrees. There are three categories into which the zodiac's twelve signs fall, and these are Movable (Chara), Fixed (Sthira) and Dual (Dvisvabhava) signs. The three types of signs have distinctive phraseology of 150 Nadis. The 360 degrees contain 1800 Nadis.

All the four Chara signs have similar names and numbers of Nadis. The Sthira signs have similar names and numbers of Nadis, but the numbering is typically different from those in Chara and Dvisvavhava. The Dvisvavhava signs have different serializing from Chara and Sthira but are almost identical among themselves.
Since the Saptharishis wrote on palm leaves with the help of their yogic powers, Nadi astrology has been around for thousands of years. They also go by the name Indian Sages. They were able to record the lives of those who were either already alive or were about to die, as well as see into the past and future of the entire universe. During their conversations, palm leaves were written in an ancient Tamil script. Each person on the planet must have had millions of leaves written on them. On the other hand, the leaves themselves state that only those with good karma will receive them.