<< Home

Sathya Dharma Foundation   about Naadindia    Naadi Astrology    Chapters Agastya Jeeva Naadi  
    Naadi readings in practice    Jeeva naadi


Sukham Tharum Sundara Kandam

This book is a miracle in itself.

It shows the easiest way to help oneself overcome whatever problems facing in life, here explained in simple and beautiful words. Even with a little faith in these words, great changes will happen day by day.

If there is one major remedy to any problems of life, then this book shines through as an ultimate guide and beacon light for the humans to tread from birth onward to gain happiness and peace of mind.

It is through the words of the Almighty, Lord Hanuman and Maha Guru Agastya that these sublime advices, flows through these pages and the story of Lord Rama and Sita as told in the Ramayana and in particular the 5th Book i.e., called Sukham Tharum Sundara Kandam.

It reveals the basic procedures and compassionate guidance to mankind enabling one to see and heal oneself with a growing inner knowledge and understanding of who we are!

The first thing to do after reading this book, is to read the direct guidance of freeing oneself from whatever problems through the 5th Book – Sukham Tharum Sundara Kandam - of Ramayana.


INDEX of the book is like this:


Foreword by Craig Hamilton-Parker
Preface / Introduction: Explaining a little about Maha Guru Agastya, Hanumathan Dasan
Chapter 1 Sukham Tharum Sundara Kandam
Chapter 2 Maha Guru Agastya I
Chapter 3 Maha Guru Agastya II
Chapter 4 All in good time
Chapter 5 Maha Muni Agastya came in the Naadi and began speaking
Chapter 6 Have patience
Chapter 7 Agastya will guide you
Chapter 8 Pay attention and find peace
Chapter 9 Do good, think of God
Chapter 10 Agastya gives a very different perspective
Chapter 11 When a pure soul prays
Chapter 12 That it self
Chapter 13 Happiness our true nature
Chapter 14 Parayana Vidhaha of Sundara Kandam
Chapter 15 Maharshi Bogar, the most merciful of the Siddhas
Chapter 16 Man may plan but
Chapter 17 Planets and flower remedies as per Maha Guru Agastya
Chapter 18 The 5th Book of Ramayana – Sundara Kandam


Compassion: Bhagavan Sri Ramana, Naadis, Pothis and Samhitas

“The greatest miracle in life is to realize our true divine nature of bliss and happiness. In that process, our punya (luck) may guide us close to a realized being or to seek the words and guidance of the ancient Maharishis who speak through the mouthpiece of the Naadis, Pothis and Samhitas. This will lead us on to the path to Self-realization."

“My hope is that this book can reach out to those who are ready and mature enough to hear this divine call. It is for those who are prepared to ask themselves the question ‘Who am I?’ and are open to the guidance formulated by Sri Ramana Maharishi.”

Subham Kim Paisol

INDEX of the book is like this:

Acknowledgments I
1 Compasion 5
2 Divinity 17
3 These My Words 23
4 Bhrigu Samhita 30
5 The Sacred Pothis 39
6 Jesus 51
7 Three Different Pothis 55
8 Destined 66
9 Mahapurusha 72
10 Lord Jagannath 77
11 Pothi Oracles at Baichuan 84
12 The Pothis at Jhinti 98
13 Seeking Clarification I 104
14 Seeking Clarification II 116
15 Previous Lifetime Acts 126
16 Who Am I? 138
17 Man’s Real Nature is Happiness 140
18 Sathyachala 145


Naadi Palmleaf Astrology

This is the ultimate and very comprehensive book about the Naadi Astrology, its spiritual origin, development and reason. The book contains a great number of samples from different kinds of Naadi collections throughout India and everything explained and understood as a Divine game, where the illusion of karma and destiny is a state of mind only to be changed accordingly as one “rediscovers” ones own true Divine Self

The book also contains readings of ordinary, people, saints and Avatars.

INDEX of the book is like this:

Forward: 6
Preface: 8
Chapter 1. Introduction – The Kali Yuga Linga Purana: Vishnu Purana 10
Chapter 2. The Naadi Palm Leaves 24
Chapter 3. Ganesh and Sakti Naadi 33
Chapter 4. Naadi´s and Astrology 51
Chapter 5. Saint Bhrigu. Own reading Delhi 1993 (Bhrigu, Agastya and Vashista Naadi readings)
Chapter 6. Bhrigu Samhita in Denmark 1994 81
Chapter 7. Delhi 1994 and South India. 85
Chapter 8. Ganesh and Sakti Naadi September 1994 93
Chapter 9. Return to Denmark, October 1994 98
Chapter 10. India, February 10th 1995 101
Chapter 11. Vaitheesvarankoil, Shiva Sukshma Naadi 106
Chapter 12. Siva Sukshma Naadi 1995 (Own reading) 113
Chapter 13. Readings with the Ganesh Naadi 121
Chapter 14. Chennai, March - April 1995 129
Chapter 15. Chennai, April - May 1995. Sara’s Reading 137
Chapter 16. Chennai 1995. Ganesh Naadi 143
Chapter 17. Lal Bahadur Sastris Bhrigu Reading 149
Chapter 18. India December 1995 153
Chapter 19. Bhrigu readings. February 1997 157
Chapter 20. Hanuman Naadi 165
Chapter 21. Remedies, change of Karma and Destiny 179
Chapter 22. Different readings 186
Chapter 23. Agastya Prasna Jeeva Naadi 242
Chapter 24. Experiences with spiritual people and Naadi´s 274
Chapter 25. Agastya Koushika Naadi 294
Chapter 26. Siddhis and Vidya´s 342
Chapter 27. Chakras 359
Chapter 28. Sai Baba 363
Chapter 29. Siva Shankar Baba 370
Chapter 30. Sri Bhagavan Ramana 378
Chapter 31. Sri Ramakrishna 395
Chapter 32. Ammachi 399
Chapter 33. Final 403

The first chapter of the book "Naadi Palmleaf Astrology":

Chapter 1. Kali Yuga

“The joy of worldly-minded people is derived from sense-objects, from the enjoyment of lust and wealth. When in the course of spiritual practice the Lord is pleased to manifest Himself, then comes the highest enjoyment – the bliss of Brahman”.

Sri Ramakrishna


One of the most amazing phenomena in Indian astrological literature is the Naadi Granthas or Samhitas (collections of horoscopes and readings). In Southern India these are written on impregnated palm leaves, in Northern India most often on parchment-like paper or even on the skins of various animals, yellowed and moldering with age. These are collections created at the time of the beginning of all things and created because the future destiny of the earth and man, natural disasters and the consequent major upheavals were all predicted in the distant past. All spiritual as well as mundane knowledge was collected so that this knowledge might later be divulged at the right time and place.

This is part of the explanation given by the contemporary Sri Swamiji Ganapathi Sachchidananda of Mysore.

Sri Ganapathy performing Dhana Lakshmi Puja on Deepavali - 2005


Ancient Vedic scriptures reveal the conception of cycles or Yugas regulated by the Galactic Center. These are cycles of Sarga (Creation) and Pralaya (Dissolution) and reflecting Brahma the Creator, where one of His cycles represents 4.320,000 years of Brahma. Also this can be seen in different Puranas and the Mahabharata. The scriptures divide a cycle into four different time ages or MahaYugas. First Satya Yuga, which lasted 1,728,000 years, then Treta Yuga of 1,296,000 years, then Dwapara Yuga of 864,000 years, and finally Kali Yuga, the present age of 432,000 years, which started the night between the 17th and 18th of February, year 3102 BC, corresponding to the time when Lord Krishna leaves his form after his stay of 125 years, 7 months and 9 days. The further back in time we go, the more enlightened and pure were the humans, but a gradual moral degrading will take place Yuga by Yuga and when our present Kali Yuga age expires, everything will start over again; this is a part of the cycle or function of the universe.

Modern science and the theory of the “Big Bang” and the expanding Universe corresponds well with the above.

Lord Krishna also says in Bhagavad Gita: “This material nature which is one of My energies, is working under My direction, - Producing all moving and nonmoving beings. Under its rule this manifestation is created and annihilated again and again.”

The Kali Yuga itself is further divided into six sub-periods, of which the first, Yudhishtara Shaka lasted 3,044 years. The second Vikram Shaka, lasted 135 years and the present Shalivahan Shaka, will last 18,000 years. Then follows Vijayabhinandan Shaka, lasting for 10,000 years. After that Nagarjun Shaka lasting 400,000 years and finally Kalki Shaka, which will last 821 years.

According to our calendar, in the year 2000, the present Kali Yuga has lasted 5,175 years. During the present sub-period of Shalivahan Shaka we will see brief periods also called for “Golden Ages”, where genuine religious belief will flourish and also certain Avatars will take birth to guide and direct devotees to realize the “Golden Age” within, but basically the unfortunate results described below will increasingly characterize the Kali Yuga.


©2004-2005 Naadiindia. All rights reserved.