Vedangas texts written about the Akasha, primarily by an ancient Naga Vedic known as the Burashana. These texts were created to augment the knowledge of those who could not directly access the Akasha, as the Greensnakes. [1]

Naga cities Edit

There were six main vedangas, and they had each been carved into the wall of one of the six great cities within the Shinomen Mori, named after its vedanga forming the fable, so that the virtue could be conveyed to all who lived within its walls: [2]


  1. Way of the Naga, p. 22
  2. Way of the Naga, p. 108

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