The Grace of Siddha – Episode 4

 

The Grace of Siddha series can be read here.

 

These are not stories. They are real incidents. Read through these and do reflect if anywhere, anything in these series is resonating with your own self. Do you feel any of these telling anything to you? Do you feel yourself that any of the phrase is a reflection of yours? Is there an answer to you in these?!

All that I saw in the Agasthiyar Naadi took me to surprise!

This lad searched city after city but could not get hold of a firstborn child. He then went to a nearby town where he got to know about this girl child and he also confirmed that she was the eldest from her parents themselves. He went ahead with his plan of kidpap.

He should have taken the child straight to Badra Kali temple, but he was a little scared. Not because he was part of a terrible plan of murder, but he worried, what if Achyuthan abandons him after the plan was successful or what if he takes away all the treasure after killing him too?! Right from his childhood, he had a strong belief that if whatever he initiates has to succeed, he must pray to Thirupathi and if he does just so, the task will be successful.

So once he kidnapped the child, the thought of Tirupathi surfaced. “Let us go to Thirupathi with this child, pray and then shall we take her to BadraKali. No one should identify himself or the kid before these and so he should shave his head along with the kids’ and then set forth to the Badra Kali temple” – this was his plan.

But…

All these became futile. He escaped and the child safely reached her parents.

“There was another reason for why the parents got back their kid alive. They were stauch devotees of Lord Thirupathi Venkatachalapathi. They do padha-yatra (walking all the way to the destination, usually done during pilgrimages) from their native to Tirupathi every year and have darshan. This kid was born after a long time due to their great devotion that they even named her Venkatamma, and had prayed to the Lord that they will bring her there and tonsure, as an indication of their gratitude and devotion. But such an incident happened with a good ending” – Sage Agasthya narrated it like a short story.

“All is ok, but that Achyutha and the lad who kidnapped the kid, isn’t there any punishment for them?” I asked for which the only reply was “Wait and see!

Now let us see Achyuthan.

He began to worry, having told this youngster to bring a firstborn child for sacrifice to beget treasure, he was happy that the lad set forth immediately believing him, but since he did not return for a good amount of time, he worried if the lad was an informer to the police. Moreover, there was no need to sacrifice anyone as he knew that he is not going to get any treasure whatsoever. So he began planning to abandon the lad. So if he acts like an occult etc he could live with authority and used the image of Badra Kali. This is the truth.

A few days went by.

On an evening, Achyuthan witnessed a few people entering the forest, armed with rifles, and got terrified. “They are going to shoot me, now I must escape this place” – he thought. With fear overcoming, he began to run like mad.

He kept running and who knows how long, he collapsed gasping.

The place where he fell….was that of a serpent’s hole and he wasn’t aware of it initially. With the force that he fell on it, a krait (black cobra) came out and bit him. Not sure how many innocents he killed mercilessly, how many cursed him, he died a cruel death with all the interest duly paid, through a snake bite.

That’s when he heard the ferocious outburst of laughter from Badra Kali and that of a child. Some say Kali is devilish. It is true. She is devilish to the devil-minded ones for how come a child-like Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa saw her as the divine Bhavatharini if she is devilish?

The outburst laughter of Badra Kali heard!
The outburst laughter of Badra Kali heard!

“Just like the proverb “the mills of god grind slow but sure” – Achyuthan’s death was an example” – said the Sage later in the Naadi. I began to wonder ‘is this all true?”

Should you suspect Agasthiya?” asked the great sage and said “Let me tell you something in advance. A person will come today searching for you by around 6 in the evening. He is a millionaire but is not at peace and so is his family. He quit home. He will look like a beggar but he is a great devotee of Lord Shiva. A few miracles are about to happen in his life, that too after he visits here” said cryptically.

Many a miracles have been orchestrated by Agasthiya already, what is in store now? – I thought.

Just as the Sage said, at about 6 in the evening, a person came, reeling.

“Are you the one who reads Agasthiya Naadi” – he asked.

I nodded.

“Here, take this” – he handed over a small bottle, which bore the name “Pesticide” with half the content empty!

He was slightly foaming!

~ to be continued…

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The Grace of Siddha – Episode 3

 

The Grace of Siddha series can be read here.

 

These are not stories. They are real incidents. Read through these and do reflect if anywhere, anything in these series is resonating with your own self. Do you feel any of these telling anything to you? Do you feel yourself that any of the phrase is a reflection of yours? Is there an answer to you in these?!

That place had a fertile look from the surface midst the woods and a mountain. There was a small town nearby as well, about a hundred plus individual houses with the main occupation being agriculture. It’s never a dry land, thanks to the small river running by. A leisurely stroll on a narrow lane for about 5 kilometers takes to the path outside the town that leads to the forest. With the forest’s one end begins here, the other end joins the state of Kerala. It didn’t seem like there were wild animals present there though.

The villagers hear the howling of foxes at times in the night. Nobody ventures in to the forest during the day. To gather twigs and to feed the cattle on the grassland, many venture in to the forest. With the perennial stream of clear water nearby, there wasn’t any shortage for the cattle. On the southwest side of the forest, the bamboo trees catches fire all of a sudden, that too only in the midnight of summer. The blissful villagers, unaware of the fact thought that it was a ghost and shut themselves inside and hung broomsticks and sandals outside their houses, a belief that the ghost will not enter their house if they did so. When the fire quenches, a few brave lads used to barge in to take a look. On one of these occasions, what they found is…

Badra Kali
Badra Kali – Image Courtey Fanpop

…that of 12 hands, terrifying canine teeth, ferocious face with reddish scary eyes, with spear and trident (Trishul) in hands, wearing a garland of skull, stood an image of Badra Kali as if thirsty to taste blood. With the image being present in an isolated place, anyone who visits there will get terrified with the ferocious look of Badra Kali, especially when seen suddenly it will look as if a woman wielding a trident is about to attack.

The lads reported what they saw. Some feared that if they do not give offertory, the Kali might take their lives in the nights. Just as they thought, in a few days, some of the goats they sheltered were found in a pool of blood, killed cruelly. They tried to convince themselves in vain that it must have been the act of wild animals in the woods. Again, some bullocks of that village faced the same fate. After this, the entire village made arrangements to build a temple for Kali to quench her anger. Initially, all the villagers visit the temple once in a week and give offerings and return by late afternoon.

None of the animals got killed thereafter. So they believed that the Badra Kali has indeed become satisfied. Day by day, this resulted in the villagers visiting the temple once in a month, which further reduced to once in a year.

Having said these…in the recent times, a criminal named Achyuthan accused for several killing and looting was looking out for a proper hide-out from the police, spotted this temple. One could easily glance up to a kilometer from this temple to know who is coming towards the hill. Moreover, the hut that the villagers had constructed nearby the temple offered him a comfortable shelter. A stream nearby and firewood easily obtained from the forest made his life a lot easier for cooking.

If he went down to the village in search of food, he could easily persuade the villagers that he is the priest of the BadraKali temple sent by Kali herself or that he is an occult, so to scare them off. Plus, he could easily hide from the police or so as he thought. This being a Kali Yuga, this idea was helpful for him. He decided to carry on with his plan on a midnight and propagated that “I am the priest of the Badra Kali Amman Temple and that Badra Kali herself is my Mother!”.

He eventually became very influential and people started fearing him.

At the same time, he did not spare the young girls who came to the forest in search of firewood. Those who did not comply with his desire were mercilessly killed by him. He would bury them and broadcast that the girl was taken away by the tiger and that the efforts he took to save her from the tiger went in vain.

The innocent villagers believed him!

During this time, a man of about 35 years ran out of the house due to poverty and got stuck with Achyuthan owing to his bad fate. Achyuthan took advantage of the situation and kept him under his clutches. “Listen, if we sacrifice a firstborn baby to this Badra Kali, She will show us the whereabouts of immeasurable treasure. The baby should not be from this village and must not contain any physical disabilities and should be beautiful”. – he said.

“Bring such a kid. If we sacrifice her, we can live happily ever after with the whopping treasure” – he persuaded the lad. The constant persuasion got the lad confused who eventually gave up and began the quest for a firstborn child.

~ to be continued…

The Grace of Siddha – Episode 2 – The Kali Gopuram

 

Siththan Arul Series
The first episode of this series is here.

The couple were bewildered when they went to Gali Gopuram which is also called as Muzhangal Mudichu Gopuram (the name derived probably because of its steep structure), only to find their child missing. As per Agasthiyar Naadi, they should have reached Gali Gopuram within eight hours. But since they went a little late, they could not find their child. Still, they enquired the passerby by mentioning the child’s appearance etc. No one could be of any help. So they climbed up the Hill, burst out crying.

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Muzhangal Mudichu Gopuram (a) Gali Gopuram

Before reaching Tirumala, they stepped on a child’s garment. When they checked it, it appeared as that of their kid’s. Thinking, they realized that it was indeed this garment that the kid wore, on the day it went missing. This shot up their panic. As soon as they got the garment, they called me from the hill over the phone. “Will I get my daughter? I am so scared if that sinner maniac has killed and thrown her away somewhere?

“When Agasthiyar says, it happens just exactly in most cases. For the rest, there may be additional tests, resulting in even far better results. So do not worry. Did you report to the Police?” I asked.

“No we haven’t. We don’t know Telugu or English but only Tamil. We don’t know if the police will understand what we are trying to say. What do we do?” – the couple worried.

“Better give a complaint to the police. Someone will help you!” – I said.

They could not trust my word as they lost all the hope when they couldn’t find their child in Muzhangal Mudichu Gopuram. More so, they almost came to a conclusion that their daughter is no more when they saw just the garment. I gave them some hope and thought let me ask this to Agasthiyar and began to read the Naadi on their behalf.

The couple will get back their kid in Tirumala itself – Agasthiyar concluded it in this single sentence.

In the meanwhile, many inquired the parents with sympathy on seeing them lamenting. This got spread and reached up to the person who kidnapped the kid. From the fear of getting caught, he had taken off the child’s garment, threw it somewhere and climbed up the Hill with the child on his shoulders. Due to inadequate food, separation from parents and travel, the kid had high fever and started babbling. He got scared, thinking that if something happens to this kid, he can’t sacrifice it to Kali, neither can he get in to any trouble because of it.

Lord Venkatachala

So he handed over the kid to a house-keeping lady who works in Tirumala and arranged for its first-aid and treatment.

The information reached the police since no one came to claim the kid. Through the grace of Venkatachala, the kid became alright.

The police of Tirumala started announcing about the missing kid, asking the parents to come to the police station. But all these announcements did not reach the parents who searched everywhere and were very upset. Then suddenly they remembered what Sage Agasthiyar mentioned the person who kidnapped the kid will stay in Tirumala for two days, and that with the help of the police, the kid can be saved. They rushed to the police station. Fortunately, there were people who knew Tamil in the Police Station who gathered all information, gave them courage and took them to the nearby hospital.

There they found their child and their joy knew no bounds.

When they spoke to me over the phone again, they said they will come and meet me for sure when they return. I was amazed, got a few questions too! The guy who took the kid, why didn’t he take it directly to Kali temple and why did he go to Tirupathi? I was a little interested to know the reason. I thought I shall ask this to Agasthiyar himself and as I opened the Naadi, the information I received shook me. The details about the guy who kidnapped, about the Kali temple, about the person who mentioned the possibility of begetting a treasure upon sacrificing a child – I could not just digest them!

~ to be continued…

Mindful Maha Shiva Rathri

Maha Shivarathri!

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Gnana Boomi wishes everyone a blessed Maha Shiva Rathri

The vigils of Sanatana Dharma has greater meaning and purpose beneath them. From the surface, it looks like a mere ritual, to stay awake throughout the night and pray. But if we start to look beyond the surface, it’s wonderful. Let us start such a remarkable revelation, right from the surface.

You have been told, keep upavasa, or eat just once in a day today and stay awake throughout the night & pray. You wonder how is that possible yet decide to do it. In a little while, the activity of the body and mind comes down due to hunger. One starts to feel (real) hunger and compassion towards the hunger-struck fellow beings. If it is any other day, we may react totally different, but when the mind is ‘set with the right expectation’, it adapts. The brain sends the appropriate signals to the body. The otherwise “hard to tame” mind starts to slow down. Further more, the amazing forefathers of the Vedic Dharma tells us repeatedly that with the will power and a trained mind, one can start gaining control over it. It coils down to ‘one’ default thought and as a natural phenomenon, it wants to roll back to its original being. But the original being of mind is not being at all, as per the Shashtras and Upanishads. But we haven’t reached that state yet, and the mind must keep itself alive, so it clings to one thought. The thought of ‘today is an auspicious day, a divine one etc’ with the surroundings echoing the same vibes, it starts repeating the name of the Lord ‘Hara Hara Mahadeva, Shambho, Shiva Shambho’, Om Namah Shivaya… and so on.

The mind follows the body and the body follows the mind, hand in hand.

There is a saying that when one puts his heart and soul to something, it starts revealing itself to him. Instead of running behind the mind and its thought-current, you train it to revert to a default point, say, a Ishta Devata (the God to which one prays more – wikipedia), the process becomes smooth. It runs, you let it run, don’t control but remember the default point and it comes back, only to run away. This goes on and the result of this game varies between individuals but it is said that eventually, one gets the ability to find ‘that a thought is about to rise’ even before it rises. This process further continues to evolve to a point where there is no thought and THAT, the Vedic Dharma says is the perfect state to be in. The Maha Shiv Rathri is one such great night to do this Sadhana or spiritual practice. Just like how its easy to sail with the wind, the condition favors the mind during these days. Moreover, you get to rise up the benchmark by performing this practice by keeping a vigil, to stay awake and to keep your mind fixed on a thought / purpose.

First of all, it beats down all the generalizations of hunger, sleep hours etc and proves the ability to stretch oneself from what is “believed” to be normal can and can’ts – even for one night. You might have observed this. For instance, on a day that is special to you, be it your birthday, anniversary etc, you walk around and everything looks special. The day is normal for others but you feel special on that day. Everything is in the mind, they say and we can’t agree more.

Repetition has power. Ask your martial arts guru and they would vouch for it. The punch given out after tremendous practice can break down bricks. The same goes with the thought. Staying awake in the night already makes one feel a little imbalanced and the mind is trained to think nothing but one, and eventually, the repetition gains control. We all remember the story of Sage Valmiki uttering just Mara Mara which turned out to be the most wonderful Rama taraka mantra. Practice makes permanent. The researchers of brain confirms that repetition of thought triggers the brain to send out pulses repeatedly and upon every repetition, the frequency goes stronger and stronger, thereby making a physical or hotline link between “thought and action”. There are numerous tests conducted in this area. We are just amazed as to how intuitively this is interwoven in to our daily culture, to repeat the name of the divine and cleanse yourself! Repeat the act of good thinking and purify yourself!

But what is in performing a set of ritual to an image or a stone? The stone is not God! Thank you, and even the Hindus know that. To the untrained mind, an object of focus is highly recommended and any teacher would confirm this. A sweet example narrated by the Vedanta Academy of Madras is that of helping a man view the crescent moon which is not so obvious in the sky with the help of a branch. He is not able to see where the moon is, he is asked if he can see the huge tree beneath. He ridicules, just like how the stone worshippers are being ridiculed, and says he could see it obviously. He is pointed further towards the edge of a top most branch and he could do it very easily. Now he is told to look a few degrees to the left, upwards and lo! There is the moon!

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The branch is just an aid to see the moon and it is NOT the moon!

Now there is no relation to the moon and the branch, at least for this example, but without the branch, it could’ve been very difficult for him to locate the moon. The same goes with the stone image worship. We all know that the stone is not God, literally, but we know that God pervades, permeats everything and He is also in that stone. We keep this as a point of focus and perform the rituals, by showing the love and devotion, as if He is right there in front of us!

The corporate buzzword for this age-old technique is “visualizing and believing”. There is a couple of wise phrases about this fact:

மரத்தை மறைத்தது மாமத யானை – மரத்தில்
மறைந்தது மாமத யானை

When one looks at the image of a wooden elephant as an elephant, then the wood is not seen, and look at it as a wood, the elephant is not seen.

கல்லைக் கண்டால் நாயைக் காணோம் – நாயைக்
கண்டால் கல்லைக் காணோம்

The above phrase is totally mistaken and taken literally where they associate it similar to that of murphy’s law that when you have a stone to throw, there is no dog and when there is dog, you get no stone. But in actual sense the phrase means just like that of the elephant’s.

Every single act in the name of ritual has a deep purpose behind it and most of them is to train the mind, to descend beyond the senses and to realize the self. When the mere rituals are performed mindfully, the only recommended method, one starts to understand the deeper meaning behind them. It is no longer an object to ridicule, but the most effective system, a “way of life” that is down to earth, applicable to one and all, surpassing ages together and still going stronger. Take the mindfulness out of it, it is absurd to the untrained mind. Hence it is important to know the purpose behind every ritual and to do it mindfully.

A good example of the absence of mindfulness is the festival of Ganesh Chathurthi. It is a festival which is celebrated with great pomp. Sadly, it has become a commercialized hype with its true purpose hidden, not gone but. The main ingredient of that function is clay through which the Ganesha murthi is made. The idea is availability and affordability. In those days, it was easily available and free for everyone, just pick up the clay in river bed and if you are good at clay-art, you get to do it yourself. Then comes the grass called Arukam Pul (pul-grass) which grows by itself in most places, auspicious for Ganesha. The modern world has made everything costly where even sand is not spared. The idol of Ganesha in various forms and sizes sells like hot-cake. But with no mindfulness, we started buying the idol made of clay, plaster of paris and what not!

The symbolic representation of the clay getting mixed in to the water at the end (visarjan) is to represent the oneness of Jivatma with the Paramatma, or to realize one’s own self. It makes sense to dissolve it in water, which eventually makes the sand fertile. This is also taken literally where we joyfully gather to pollute the water bodies with all sorts of chemicals that the idols are painted with. We burst crackers, make noise and everything, but the purpose, when done with mindfulness, is the most simplistic one.

A wise teacher back in those good old days use to share his knowledge to a handful of students. There lived a cat in the hermitage which used to roam around freely in his house. On seeing the students getting distracted because of the cat, the Guru ordered one of his disciple to tie-up the cat in a pillar next to their class room. This helped the students focus on the class and days went by. Two successors came after the Guru and the third one said to his students: “bring a cat and tie it up, that’s how the class use to start – we must follow our tradition”!!

Just as ridiculous as it sounds, this is the exact condition of how the rituals are being followed, they are being celebrated more than being followed, at least to a greater extent. Let us be aware of the purpose and follow a ritual mindfully and derive its true benefit. Bursting crackers or arranging cultural programmes that deviates from the true purpose is no different than going to a movie to stay awake in the Shiva Rathri night.

Let us ask right questions to get right answers. Let us all be mindful of our thoughts and actions for we are the cause of our effects and are directly and solely responsible as well. Let noble thoughts come to us from all sides!

Om Namah Shivaya!

The Grace of Siddha – 1 – The Grand Beginning!

The Grand Beginning

Om Ganeshaya Namaha 

O Agasthiya Muni, let thy grace fall on us always!

When Shri Karthikeyan started Siththan Arul series in Tamil, it gained so much of popularity that we started looking forward to Thursdays, when it’s gets published. For many of us, reading that post topped the task list for the day. Reason? Simple. It contains truth. It contains divinity. It contains simplicity. It is the narration of a person who devoted his life towards Siththar Agasthiyar’s Nadi that bestowed His grace to people who were in need, people who were desperate, more so to people who had faith and were deserving. All the great truths of the world are simple, but they are profound. This series is no exception. Plus, it fills the heart with so much of awe that it happened here in our time, just recently!

The incidents are full of thrills, suspense and turn of events that gives goose pimples. However, we feel the protective warmth from the Maha Muni Agasthiyar whilst reading them and so it is very comforting. It is like He talks to you directly. The series in Tamil, the oldest language known to mankind, combined with the extraordinary narrating skills of Shri Karthikeyan puts us right there in the scene, beautifully.

And there was this feeling that our beloved readers who are yet to learn Tamil were not able to enjoy this “must read” posts. Though reading them in Tamil is the most wonderful experience one can get, we have tried our best to give these series in simple English. We earnestly pray to the Sage to bless us with all that is required to take this up, continue and complete. Om.

Siththan Arul – 1

Many know about Naadi. There are countless wonders in Tamil Nadu and Naadi is definitely one of them. These are written by Siddhas for the mankind to know about their past or future, only accurately. It is so wonderful that many a people followed the revelations and remedies that came out of Naadi to solve the issues they faced and to know more about themselves.

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Who are these Siddhas?

The term Siddha came from the word Siddhi, meaning – enlightenment, paranormal power etc. Those who possesses this are Siddhas. They are aware of the trikala aka past, present and the future. They are Jnanis. Just like a CEO has secretaries, they are the prophets of God. A lot many people, in spite of their earnest prayers to God that did not bore fruits for reasons known only to the Almighty, prayed to these Siddhas and benefited through them. We do not know if any such thing happens anywhere in the world. May be it is the Almighty’s will to bestow His grace through these Siddhas.

What is a Naadi?

The Siddhas requested God once that whoever searches for them, surrenders to them, however cruel or crooks they might have been in their previous births, should be saved by God in this birth. God accepted their request. The Siddhas at once wrote solutions to many a types of problems in palm leaves, called beautifully as Olai Suvadi in Tamil. They wrote them in literature Tamil. Such Olai Suvadi’s are called as Naadi. There is a thumb-rule though. If one has a problem, then one must surrender to the Siddhas. They won’t be searching for those in trouble. Jeeva Naadi literally can mean that it is the Naadi with life.

Now let’s see some incidents.

This wise man has devoted his life for the welfare of mankind. He was blessed with the Jeeva Naadi, the olai suvadi and the responsibility of reading Naadi. He used to read out from the Naadi to those who approach him with such a request. Let us see the incidents from his narrations itself.

It was about 9 in the morning, a Friday. I came out after having completed my regular worship of Sage Agasthiyar. There stood a young couple at my door, tensed yet pitiful. I called them in and asked,

What’s the matter?”

We want to see the Naadi” – seeing Naadi means they want to know what Naadi has to say for them.

Regarding?” I asked.

The Sage Agasthiya knows why! Please could you read the Naadi without refusal?” – the couple said.

The Naadi I have is Jeeva Naadi. It cannot be read just like that. I will first seek the approval from Agasthiya. I will read if he wills” – I said, while checking the calendar as the Sage does not bestow clairvoyance on Ashtami, Navami thidhi, and on days of Karthigai (Krithika), Barani stars. I mentioned this thidhi details to them saying “Today, Agasthiya won’t give any clairvoyance and even if I read, I am not sure if there will be anything good that will come out. So, I can read if you come after two days” – trying to pacify them.

The couple were almost on tears. “It is far away where we came from and it’s not feasible to return. We somehow have to get a reply from Agathiyar. We believe he wouldn’t say anything wrong for He only can remove our grievance.

When I said “I understand your position. Possibly you can see anyone else who reads Naadi?”, they said adamantly “no no, it is through you that we have to see the Naadi“.

Jeeva Naadi is not like any other Naadi. Sage Agathiyar’s consent is a must to read it. Events of things not working out as it should when Naadi was read in these Thidhis were many. It’s ok if something did not go right. Worse fear is, what if the straight opposite happens? But I thought there must be something as they were insisting me on reading Naadi, so I thought “Alright. Let’s pray to Agathiyar. Let him bless them if they have the bhagyam (blessing)” I opened the Naadi and read.

You want to ask about your daugher who is missing from the past two days, isn’t it so?” – I asked them based on what I read in the Naadi.

They burst out crying.

Yes! Where is the child now? When will we get her? Is she alive?” they asked eagerly.

The child is alive indeed” – their face reflected the grievance lessened at once. “No issues on the life span of the child. If you want her back, you must visit
Thirupathi within 8 hours!” – I said.

What?! They took our child to Thirupathi? Where will we search going there?” – the parents lamented with worry.

If you take a bus from here, its 4 hours. From there if you walk towards path to ascend the Hill, Muzhangal Mudichu Gopuram comes. Your child is there in a corner of that Gopuram. The person who took your child will stay at Thirupathi for 2 days. Within that you can save her with the help of the police.” – I narrated the couple what Sage Agasthiyar explained in detail in Jeeva Naadi!

We shall go at once!

Why kidnap their kid? Who is he? Probably an issue with property” – I thought. But it wasn’t the truth.

Agasthiyar said in the Naadi “He was told by someone that if he sacrifices the child to Badra Kali, he will get treasure. So to seize the treasure, this sinner has committed such a brutal act“. The couple does not know why their kid was kidnapped. Agasthiyar has shown them good on an Ashtami day, for the first time, I thought.

I received a shocking information in the evening!

~ to be continued…