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Traditional myth is seen through an alternative perspective. Perhaps they were in Pariha at the time. And yes, the talented and lovely Taraji, who worked at Mount Mandar and had been sent to Pariha for a project, did disappear suddenly.

It was announced that she had taken sanyas. Renouncing public life is very common in Meluha. But what Brahaspatiji revealed today was something else altogether. But is it actually so or is he mistaken?

This decision of yours can change the course of history. What you do now will have repercussions for generations to come. It is a momentous occasion, a big battle. You have to be completely sure.

What made Brahaspatiji disappear for over five years? What was he doing in Panchavati all this while? I feel this is an important question; perhaps linked to the back-up manufacturing facility for the Somras that father had told me about. But if the Somras is Evil, that facility is the key. A manufacturing facility can always be rebuilt. But wherever it is built, it will always need the Saraswati waters.

Kali told me at Icchawar that her people attacked Meluhan temples and Brahmins only if they were directly harming the Nagas. Maybe those temples were production centres that used the powder from Mount Mandar to manufacture the Somras drink for the locals. She also said that a final solution would emerge from the Saraswati. That the Nagas were working on it. We need to find out. You thought that Ganesh had killed Brahaspatiji. Now that the truth has emerged, you are willing to listen.

It was late the next morning, four hours into the second prahar. Shiva sat with Sati at his side in his private chambers. Parvateshwar and Bhagirath stood in front, holding a plank. The Meluhan general and the Ayodhyan prince had just returned after surveying the destroyed battleships. Lord Parvateshwar has identified them. These ships had navigated through a lot of sea water, judging by the molluscs on them.

They needed the best to be able to make the journey quickly. He simply does not have the capability. He is just a follower in this plot. You have to target him, of course.

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He is not. Emperor Daksha too is incapable of leading this conspiracy. In the hands of a lesser king, this can lead to a lot of wrong. There is a master who has brought the royalty of Meluha and Swadweep together. Someone who also managed to procure the feared daivi astras. Heaven alone knows if he has any more divine weapons. It was a brilliant plan.

It cannot be Emperor Daksha or Emperor Dilipa. This is someone of far greater importance, intelligence and resource. And, one who is clever enough to conceal his identity. Kali and Sati were also present. Before they do so, I want you to slip into Meluha quietly and take our people to Kashi. I will meet you there. After that, you are on your own. After that we can travel on boats plying on the river. With luck, we will reach Devagiri in another two weeks. The Gunas are in a small village not far from there.

Go now. Veerbhadra and Krittika turned around. Shiva knew Veerbhadra would not abandon her to her fate so easily. You will be of no use to your mother if you are dead, Bhadra.

If you cannot get them out, I will. But do not do anything rash. Promise me. What have you discovered here? Why are you so afraid suddenly?

Is there going to be a war? Is Meluha going to become our enemy? Had you asked me a month back, I would have said this would be the safest journey possible. A lot has changed since then. You have to tell me the truth. I deserve that. Anandmayi, Ayurvati and Kartik were settled comfortably on soft cushions in the dining room.

Kshatriya in word and deed, Anandmayi and Kartik partook of the delicious rhinoceros meat. The Brahmin Ayurvati restricted herself to roti, dal and vegetables. You need to enjoy your childhood.

He has so much to contribute to society, to the country. And yet, he was almost eaten alive by dumb beasts because he was trying to save me. Parvateshwar and Bhagirath walked in. Just by looking at them, Anandmayi could tell that they had discovered what she feared. Parvateshwar sat next to Anandmayi and held her hand.

He looked at Ayurvati, his pained expression bearing witness to his stark misery. It was the custodian of Ram Rajya.

It seems Swadweep is in on the conspiracy as well. But Ayodhya is certainly involved. She looked at Parvateshwar. He seemed lost and unsure. Change was horrible for the Suryavanshis, for the people of the masculine, used as they were to unchanging rules and stark predictability. She smiled warmly. He halfsmiled back. Kartik quietly put his plate down, washed his hands and walked out of the room. Non-Nagas were not allowed inside the inner city.

In truth, many of them, Brangas included, refused to enter due to a strong superstition about the misfortune that would befall those that did.

And anyway, nobody wanted to enforce an entry ban on them. The five tree idols showed the ancient King, respected as the seventh Vishnu, in the five different roles of his life known to all: Each banyan trunk depicted him in a different form. In each form, in a manner that somehow appeared natural, the sculptors had made the idols look towards the temple of Lord Rudra and Lady Mohini at one corner of the square. Their idols, on the other hand, were placed in the front section of the temple as opposed to the back as in most temples, with the effect that the two deities appeared to be looking at all five tree idols as well.

It seemed as if the architects intended to show the great Mahadev and the noble seventh Vishnu being respectful to each other. But it was an order of Bhoomidevi, our founding Goddess, that Lord Ram always be shown alone in Panchavati. Especially at the five banyans. Perhaps she wanted us to always remember that great leaders, like the Vishnus and the Mahadevs, may have millions following them. But at the end of the day, they carry the burden of their mission alone.

He is the one who stands between Evil and India. If he fails, life in the subcontinent will be destroyed by Evil. Ganesh shook his head. Ganesh frowned. He never lied to Kartik. He considered his brother an adult and treated him as such. They are the elite. They are addicted to the benefits they derive from Evil. It is obvious that the elite will want to stop him.

How has it entrenched its claws so deeply? You are not to tell anyone else. Ganesh sat next to Kartik and explained to him about what Brahaspati and Shiva had discussed the previous day. Brahaspati felt like he was being interrogated. We know it will get rebuilt. The Nagas tell me the reconstruction has been surprisingly slow.

Not with Meluhan efficiency. So we have to find a permanent solution. If we can somehow control that, we could possibly control the poisonous impact of the Somras waste. Many ingredients can be easily replaced. But two of them cannot. The first are the bark and branches of the Sanjeevani tree, and the second is the Saraswati water.

We cannot control the availability of the Sanjeevani tree.

Meluha has large plantations of it across its northern reaches. How many plantations can one destroy? Besides, trees can always be replanted. That brings us to the Saraswati. Can we somehow control its waters? By taking one of its main tributaries, the Yamuna, away from it and redirecting its flow towards the Ganga. How can anyone think that they would have the ability to change the course of a river?

What happened a hundred years ago was an earthquake that changed the course of the Yamuna. And Meluhans do have the technology to change the course of rivers. They built giant embankments to block and change the course of the Yamuna to make it flow back into the Saraswati. Destroy the Yamuna embankments?

I had considered it, but that is impossible as well. They have many fail-safe options. It would take five brigades and months of open work to be able to destroy those embankments. We would obviously have had to work in secret with a small number of people. We cannot take the Saraswati away. But could we make the Saraswati much less potent in the production of the Somras?

Is it possible to add something to the Yamuna waters, at its source, which would then flow into the Saraswati and control the amount of waste being produced? I thought that we had found one such ingredient. Ayurvati had told me the Naga medicine is created by mixing the crushed branches of another tree with the Sanjeevani bark to stabilise it. If the Sanjeevani is already unstable, why would it need bacteria to aid the decay?

The entire branch, if used, is not. The bark is easier for small-scale manufacture, but for manufacturing the Somras in large quantities, we have to use crushed branches.

This is what we did at Mount Mandar. But it is a method known only to my scientists. And, I discovered that it was possible to do so with this bacterium.

But it is only available in Mesopotamia. You had said you were expecting a shipment from Mesopotamia. The Somras cannot be made without both the Sanjeevani tree and the Saraswati water.

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The presence of bacteria in the Saraswati water would render useless the Sanjeevani tree at the beginning of the process itself. And in any case, without the Saraswati water, the Somras cannot be made. Without the power of the Sanjeevani, the Somras would not be as potent. However, it would also mean that there would be practically no production of Somras waste.

By sacrificing some of the powers of the Somras, we would take away all the poison of the Somras waste. Furthermore, these bacteria also mix with water and then multiply prodigiously. All we needed to do was release it in the Yamuna and the rest would follow.

It is a mild toxin in itself. If we mix it in large quantities, as would be required in the Saraswati, we could create a new set of diseases for all living beings dependant not just on the Saraswati but also the Yamuna.

We would have only replaced one problem with another. Secrecy was required. If those who support the Somras knew about these bacteria, they would try to kill it at its source. Had they known I was working on an experiment such as this, they would have had me assassinated. But I have failed. And the solution to the Somras problem is not in my hands anymore. Mount Mandar will be reconstructed. And Somras production will begin once again. You have to stop it, Shiva.

For the sake of India, you have to stop the Somras. To make them think that Meluha must be surviving on lower quantities of Somras. Is there another facility? Apparently, it was built years ago. As a back-up to Mount Mandar, just in case The churners needed materials from Egypt. They could not be built from Indian material. We have allies constantly watching those Egyptian mines. No material has gone to Meluha! How can they resort to this? Secondly, it needs animal or human skin cells.

The cells help the Saraswati waters to grate the Sanjeevani branches at molecular levels. The waters mixed with dead skin cells are simply poured over crushed branches placed in a chamber. This process does not require any churning. But as you can imagine, it wastes a lot of water. Secondly, how would one find animals and humans who would come to a faraway facility and get into a pool of water above a chamber which contains crushed Sanjeevani branches?

It is risky. A human sheds between two to three kilograms every year. Bathing hastens the process. If anything goes wrong, the resultant explosion can kill hundreds of thousands. Even in the usual, less risky churning process, we do not build Somras production centres close to cities. Can you imagine what would happen if the riskier skin cell process was being conducted close to a city with a large number of humans ritually bathing above a Somras production centre?

One would have all the dead skin cells that one would need. If an explosion takes place He was surveying the destroyed remains of Mount Mandar with Dilipa. The Somras manufacturing facility looked nowhere near completion though reconstruction was on.

Dilipa turned towards the sage. It has been more than five years since the Nagas destroyed Mandar. Mount Mandar is not important? This means that the rumours are true. Another Somras manufacturing facility does exist. The last pigeon came in two weeks back.

He will not fail. He has proven himself trustworthy, strictly complying with my instructions to send back a message every week. The fact that the updates have suddenly stopped means that he has either been captured or killed. Bhrigu sighed.

Having received no word, I am compelled to assume the worst. The attack must have failed. Also, I should assume Shiva knows the identity of the attackers.

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He thought Bhrigu was over-reacting. Dilipa was stunned. This is about the future of India. This is about protecting the greatest Good.

We cannot afford to fail! It is our duty to Lord Brahma; our duty to this great land of ours. Though one thought kept reverberating in his mind. I am way out of my depth here. I have entangled myself with powers that are beyond mere emperors.

Shiva, Ganesh and Kartik waited for her to take a seat before they began the meal. In keeping with custom, the family of the Mahadev took some water from their glasses and sprinkled it around their plates, symbolically thanking Goddess Annapurna for her blessings in the form of food and nourishment. After this, they offered the first morsel of food to the gods. Breaking with age-old tradition though, Shiva always offered his first morsel to his wife.

For him, she was divine. Sati reciprocated by offering her first morsel to Shiva. And thus the meal began.

Kartik grinned. Thanks dada! You are my father. Brahaspati did not trust anyone and wanted his experiments on the Mesopotamian bacteria to remain secret. Ganesh had kept his word even at the cost of almost losing his beloved mother and of grievously damaging his relationship with Shiva.

Ganesh smiled. Sati looked at Shiva, Kartik and then at Ganesh. Her world had come full circle. Life was as perfect as it could possibly be. She did not need anything else.

She could live her life in Panchavati till the end of her days. But she knew that this was not to be. A war was coming; a battle that would require major sacrifices. She knew she had to savour these moments for as long as they lasted. Are we going to proclaim the Somras as the ultimate Evil? Are we going to declare war against all those who continue to use or protect the Somras? We will not rush into anything. I have to know more. There are only two groups of people who know all there is to know about this.

But I know the Vasudevs will. You can speak to their chief directly. The party had first headed east through Swadweep then south from Branga.

They then moved west from Kalinga through the dangerous Dandak forests before they reached the headwaters of the Godavari where Panchavati lay. Shiva realised that there must be a shorter northern route to Meluha and Swadweep, which was impossible to traverse without a Naga guide, because of the impregnable forests that impeded the path. Though mausi is very secretive about this route, I know that she would be happy to share it with the three of you.

Though the war has not yet begun, we already know that the most powerful emperors in the land are against us. Which side everyone takes, including those waiting in the Panchavati guesthouse colony, will become clear over the next few months.

Panchavati is a safe haven. The Vayuputras are the tribe left behind by Lord Rudra. They helped the great seventh Vishnu, Lord Ram, complete his mission.

So how is it that these good people do not see the Evil that the Somras has become today? He dropped a frog in a pot of boiling water.

The frog immediately jumped out. He then placed a frog in a pot full of cold water; the frog settled down comfortably. The Brahmin then began raising the temperature of the water gradually, over many hours. The frog kept adapting to the increasingly warm and then hot water till it finally died, without making any attempt to escape. Our response to gradual crises that creep up upon us, on the other hand, may be so adaptive as to ultimately lead to self-destruction.

The only explanation is that they genuinely believe the Somras is not evil. And it sat still all the while? Boiling water, cold water or lukewarm water, a frog always leaps out! Many of the nobles were in agreement with Queen Kali, who wanted to attack Meluha right away and destroy the evil Somras. But some, like Vasuki and Astik, wanted to avoid war.

This is nonsense! There is only this life; this moment. That is the only thing we can be sure of. Everything else is only theory. Why did I live as a Vikarma for so long? We were paying for our past-life sins. How can anyone be sure about past-life sins? The Vikarma system, like every system that governs human lives, was created by us. You fought the Vikarma system and freed yourself. You did. It was your strength. And all the Vikarmas, including me, were set free because that was your karma.

On that fateful day, in a flash, several lifetimes of sins sullying every Vikarma soul were washed away? A day of divine pardon, indeed! How can one believe that an innocent child is born with sin?

He has done no right either. He has just been born. He could not have done anything! It makes those who suffer or are oppressed, blame themselves for their misery. Because you believe you are paying for sins committed either in your own previous lives or those committed by your ancestors, or even community. Perhaps even the sins of the first man ever born! The system therefore propagates suffering as a form of atonement and at the same time does not allow one to question the wrongs done unto oneself.

Why do some get far less than what they deserve? Her husband smiled. There was nothing he loved more than her intense sense of selfsufficiency and pride. That we are all handed our fate randomly?

And that made most Nagas believe in Shiva as well. He politely acknowledged every person even as he replied to Sati without turning. He sets the rules by which the universe exists. Then, He does something very difficult.

He lets things play out naturally. He lets His creations make decisions about their own lives.

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It takes a Supreme God to be able to do that. If people believe that their fate is completely random, it would leave them without any sense of understanding, purpose or motivation.

Or why they are where they are. When you know that your fate is completely random, you have the freedom to commit yourself to any theory that will empower you. But if you have been cursed with bad fate, you need to know that no Great Power is seeking to punish you. Your situation is, in fact, a result of completely random circumstances, an indiscriminate turn of the universe.

Therefore, if you decide to challenge your destiny, your opponent would not be some judgemental Lord Almighty who is seeking to punish you; your opponent would only be the limitations of your own mind.

This will empower you to fight your fate. Parvateshwar and Anandmayi were in their private room in the Panchavati guesthouse colony. What does it say about us if our emperor is such a habitual law-breaker? But one could argue that he is just a father trying to protect his child, albeit in his own stupid manner. He broke the law.

How can Meluha, the finest land in the world, have an emperor like him? I could have told you that many years ago. A leader is not just a person who gives orders. He is also the one who symbolises the society he leads. If the leader is corrupt, then the society must be corrupt too.

A leader is just a human being, like anyone else. That is a universal truth. As for the universal truth? It does not exist. What do I do then? How do I know which side to pick? Since their arrival in Panchavati, Shiva had spent most of his time with the Nagas. She also believed the Neelkanth was perhaps investigating the roots of Naga treachery in Panchavati.

I have reason to suspect that the attack on us at the Godavari is linked to many things: One whom you believe is dead. Brahaspati walked in quietly. Bhagirath had just joined them. Why should we listen to him? Why should the Neelkanth listen to him? Does he want to ban the Somras? He needs to think things over. He cannot afford to make hasty decisions. Bhagirath and Anandmayi looked at Parvateshwar curiously.

The Lord has asked us to wait for him at Kashi till he decides his next move. He believes King Athithigva has not sold out to Ayodhya in the conspiracy to assassinate us on the Godavari. We have to pretend that nothing happened, that we were not attacked at all.

That we made an uneventful journey to Panchavati and back.But he is not the leader. The entire branch, if used, is not. She could not even raise her voice over her husband in order to live with her children. The Brahmin Ayurvati restricted herself to roti, dal and vegetables.

He then placed a frog in a pot full of cold water; the frog settled down comfortably. Manobhu had gone to discuss a peace treaty with Yakhya, hoping the Pakratis and Gunas would end their incessant warmongering.

The Vayuputra council did not create him.

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