Shiva’s lost friend Brahaspati was The secret of the Nagas. “Why?” He asked. Shiva couldn’t believe Brashaspati created the illusion of his own death & destroyed Mount Mandar. “Somras is evil” Cited Brahaspati.
Somras: The Evil
“Good and evil are two sides of the same coin”, Shiva remembered the Lord Manu words. Any invention is having both positive and negative effects. To balance the equation and force in the nature, the greatest good always become the greatest evil. The boons of the somras is transforming into the curse. The Nagas and plague of Branga are the consequences of the intense practice of Somras
In the name of greater good
Lord Brhigu aligned the Meluhans and Ayodhayan Kingdom to fight for Somras against Neetkanth. Brhigu believe somras is still serving the good for India. On another hand Shiva shifted against somras. He decided to take a stand for the Nagas and the people of Brangas If circumstances come across war.
The tribe of Vishnu
Shiva met with the Vasudevs in concern to conclude about the evil. Gopal the chief tribe of Vasudevs assisted and the conclusion reveal war is approaching nearby. Vasudevs also came to know about the truth of emerging Shiva out of wind as Neelkanth. Shiva was also stunned by the truth of being a Vayuputras: The tribe of Lord Rudra.
Preparation of War
Shiva aligned with the Brangas, Nagas, Vasudevs and King of lothal for the war against the Meluhans & Ayodhayan.The proclamation to ban somras also has been distributed and held high on the temples, with the help of Vasudevs pandit. Pravateshwar opted to fight for Meluha. Shiva also tried to shake hands with Magadh but, Ended up in a fight with Kartik and Magadians at Bal-ati-kund. Katik arose victorious, get titled as the lord of the war. On other hand, In Meluha. Daksha claim the proclamation as false. Bhrigu and Parvateshwar are planning the strategy for the war. Shiva conquered the Mrittikavti. And decided to navigate to meet Ganesh and Kartik. Meanwhile Sati has to march for Devagiri.
Before The Battle
“Lady Sati was still alive… pulled abroad one of the retreating ship” cited Vasudev pandit. Shiva baffled, eyes transfixed over the hilly battlefield in south of Devagiri. Sati’s army tasted defeat, on the edge of Devagiri. Shiva decide to retreat lothal.
“The Vayuputras” said Shiva
“Yes” answered Gopal
At lothal, Shiva and Vasudevs decided sailed towards The Pariha. Leaving sati in charge, to meet the Vayuputras council for help. Mithra: the chief agreed to give Pashupatiashtra instead Bhramastra to Shiva.
The conspiracy of bilateral talks.
Daksha invited Shiva’s convoy to make peace. Sati as in charge decided to go along with Nandi and other hundered bodyguards to attend the peace conference.Daksha cut off the nose to spite the face. His planned assassinators killed his own daughter Sati in the battle, outskirts of Meluha.
The rage of the Neelkanth
“Stay here sati, I’ll be back soon” Shiva wishpered in the ear of sati. He already made his mind to destroy The Meluha. Shiva loaded the lethal nuclear Pashupatiashtra aimed to the center of the city and mounted the attack. His space between brow throbbing and burning, burst out, blood oozing from.
The legacy saved
Kartik on the other side tried to protect he knowledge of the Somras, as he knows that world might need it again. He saved Maharishi Bhrigu along with the scientist responsible for manufacturing somras and decided to open up once Shiva’s anger take a nap.
In the last.
Shiva reviving his life on the bank of Mansarover Lake, in grief. His throbbing brow doesn’t hurt anymore. It turns out black, in shape of eye, Kali named it as the third eye of Shiva. Shiva isolates himself from the pleasure, He forbade the ethereal dancing. His heart never found the happiness again. Nobody saw Shiva smiling ever again. Apart, one day when he was going to merge with elements, that day Shiva was satisfied thinking, he will meet sati once again, the day Shiva’s soul, decided to leave the mortal body.
Shubham Kumar Bharti
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