(in Indian mythology) a member of a semi-divine race, part human, part cobra in form, associated with water and sometimes with mystical initiation.
The Naga, is the serpent of literary criticism. It wields the venomous aspect of words, to strike, to criticise, to deliver literary truth to its readers. The Naga, is neither he nor she, no gender, no good, no evil, but seeks to deliver its judgement without conforming to rules, religions and barriers. The Naga, is not your friend. It is a tool. An animal. A cyborg. A mystical being. Maybe a demon.
The Naga, aims to deliver the much-needed art of producing literary wonders in the form of poetry, plays and performances.