Sai Bharathi is a practising agastya (vedic) astrologer located in Puttaparty – Puttaparthi, India. Sri Sai Bharathi practises agastya astrology as taught by Sage Agastya, Numerology and Palmistry. He is located in Basama Shopping Complex, on Main Road, Puttaparthi, opposite Prashanti Nilayam Ashram of Bhagavan Sathya Sai Baba
Sai Bharathi treats his workplace as a temple, and offers his astrological services as “padasevanam” to Bhagavan Sathya Sai Baba – Sai Bharathi does this service through astro readings, numerology, palmistry and everyday spiritual guidance to the devotees of the Lord Sai Baba; he does not place himself as a middleman between devotees and the SaiNath; rather, devotees take responsibility for their life choices, and seek guidances for making best, better and more informed choices. Always, the devotee is a devotee of SaiNath, the Lord Sai Baba. It is with such humility and the spirit of service that Sai Bharathi conducts his business services.
Agastya is a legendary Vedic sage or rishi. Agastya and his clan are also credited to have “authored” many mantras of the Rig Veda, the earliest and most revered Hindu scripture, in the sense of first having the mantras revealed in his mind by the Supreme Brahman. In some reckonings, Agastya is the greatest of the Seven Sages or Saptarshis. The word is also written as Agasti. A-ga means a mountain, Asti, thrower. It is also a name of Lord Shiva. Agastya the Rishi, was born of both Gods, Mitra and Varuna, from Urvashi. Agastya is also the Indian astronomical name of the star of Canopus, is said to be the ‘cleanser of waters’, since its rising(as seen in August/Sept as seen from the Indian Ocean) coincides with the calming of the waters of Indian Ocean. Other reference is in Mahabharata in Sauptikaparva as the teacher of the teacher of Guru Drona, who gave Drona, the greatest of weapons, Brahmastra (used by both Arjuna and Ashwatthama at the end of the war).
Agastya visited Sri Rama when he reached Dhanushkodi; the sage predicted that Sri Rama would kill Ravana and attain victory; he examined the Grahacharam (astrology) aspects of Sri Rama and instructed him to chant Aditya Hrudayam thrice daily as a remedial practice for malefic effects. Sri Rama obeyed him and attained victory. When Sri Lakshmana was wounded and went into coma, Agastya prescribed Sanjeevani plant juice as an effective cure. Sri Hanuman flew to Himalayas and brought the hill of Gandhamadhana by dawn. The juice of Sanjeevani saved Sri Lakshmana; it also saved thousands of varnaras to survive after near-death in the war.
Agastya contributed many hymns to the Rig Veda, compiled both Lalitha Sahasranam (1008 names) and Lalitha Trishati (300 names), wrote the Saraswati Suktam, and created systems of martial arts (Agastya Tekkan), medicine (Agastya Siddha) and astrology (Agastya Nadi).
Agastya Gayatri Mantra
Sai Bharathi (Agastya Nadi Astrologer) Chants Agastya Gayatri Mantra
OM AGASTHESWARAYA VIDMAHE
PODHIGAI SANCHARAYA DHEEMAHE
TANNO ZHANAGURU PRACHODAYAT