While snake holds the neck of Shiva represents the

While reading a book in the depth of analysing we can get
more truth and meanings. The writer portrays Shiva as a normal being and Amish convinced
the reader to accept the possibilities of this myth.  The trilogy covers on
religion, truth, fantasy and the battle between the good and evil. The language
is simple and uniique and easy to understand the plot of the story. The first book, ‘The
Immortals of Meluha’, begins with the 
introduction of  Shiva as a
Tibetan warrior. He enters into the city of Meluha for to rescue the people
from the attack on Chandravanshi. He is recognized as the Neelkanth which
literally means the blue-throated, an incarnation of Mahadev, after he takes
the Somras, a potion which makes his throat turn blue.  It signifies that we do not always need to
suppress or react to the vices. We sometimes need to modify the negativities
and make them ineffective. He broke the system of marrying  Sati, a Vikarma. . The word  represents that one who suffers in the
present life due to the action performed in the past. The law of karma is’ For
every action there is a reaction’. There is a truth in Bible, ‘As you sow, so
shall you reap’, which means  humans
are responsible for the effect of their actions.  However, Shiva changed the law of the land
,and married her. In the second book  The ‘Secret of the Nagas’, Shiva acts as a rescuer and fight against the
evil, the projection of different mankind. At the end of the book, the battle is
 not only banish the evil but also
destroy our mentality based on evilness .The symbol of Naga is fear, it should
be destroyed otherwise reaching our goal is difficult. Lord Shiva is often
shown with a snake curled three times around his neck and looking towards his
right side. The snake holds the neck of Shiva
represents the power of the venomous speech, it hurts others too. Through
the writings of Amish, the projection of Shiva once a human being,  it makes us to think spontaneously. We should
appreciate the extensive research on his specific  Hindu mythology  and ideals.