Now something about the snakes that primarily represent rebirth, death and mortality, due to its casting of its skin and being symbolically "reborn". But these are not ordinary snakes. There are also Ichadhari Naag and Naagin (male and female snake) who considered to be a highly evolved species, related to the Chamaeleo gracilis or the graceful chameleon & Pan troglodytes or the common Chimpanzee, the Ichadhari Naag is reported to have had the abilities to mask itself to the surroundings & even mimic the behaviour of higher order mammals such as human beings. There have also been unconfirmed reports of interdimensional time travel & rebirths. The male displays unusually high loyalty towards deadly female companion. The female companion in turn is known to inflict severe & life threatening injuries on anyone who attempts to harm the male. They have a ‘Naag Mani’- a mythical diamond with healing abilities. Many generations of Ichadhari Naag were
killed off in the name of research .Many black magicians are also after them.It is said that this pair of Naag Naagin are very beautiful. Specially naagin have a huge charming beauty. While mating they sometimes are said to appear in human form.
Nāgas form an important part of Hindu mythology. They play prominent roles in various legends:
1. Shesha (Adisesha, Sheshnaga, or the 1,000 headed snake) upholds the world on his many heads and is said to be used by Lord Vishnu to rest. Shesha also sheltered Lord Krishna from a thunderstorm during his birth.
2. Vasuki allowed himself to be coiled around Mount Mandara by the Devas and Asuras (monster)to churn the milky ocean creating the ambrosia of immortality.
3. Kaliya poisoned the Yamuna / Jamuna river where he lived. Krishna (Balakrishna / infant Krishna) subdued Kaliya by dancing on him and compelled him to leave the river.
4. Manasa is the queen of the snakes. She is also referred to as Manasha or "Ma Manasha". "Ma" being the universal mother.
5. Ananta is the endless snake who circles the world.
6. Padmanabha (or Padmaka) is the guardian snake of the south.
7. Astika is half Brahmin and half naga.
Lord Shiva also wears a snake around his neck.
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