In her human form, Menaka appears as a woman with long, dark blue, untied hair and golden eyes. She wears a dress that has frills on the top-side.
She is always shown as either swimming in water or "standing" on water. Her sura part is apparently her "legs", which is either a long, eel-like tail, or tentacles.
During Season 1, not much is revealed about her, but she seems to like flowers and have a gentle personality. Others describe her as a clueless pacifist.
- Despite her pacifism, she managed to survive because of friends like Urvasi, who protected her.
Before Gandharva met her, he was cruel and even feared by other nastikas due to his behavior. However, Menaka seems to have been able to influence him with her pacifism and changed his temper for the better.
She was Shakuntala's mother, and has been shown to play with her on a field of flowers, when Shakuntala was still young. She playfully tells Shakun that her father is sulking because she only made a flower necklace for her mother. Shakuntala gives her flower necklace to her father and starts making one for him right away. Gandharva remembers his wife asking him to take care of their daughter.
Chapter 11: The Power of the NameEdit
(2) Sagara tells her army that before Gandharva got married, he was a king worthy of her respect. She then describes both Menaka and Shakuntala as "unrealistic wenches" who ruined Gandharva and his clan.
Chapter 17: ReflectionEdit
Chapter 21: Frozen TearsEdit
(1) According to Sagara, Menaka's death was a result of Gandharva's indecision, much like the death of Teo now.
Chapter 38: DevastationEdit
(1) In a flashback, Menaka holds Gandharva's hand and insists that he can take his time to learn to change. She adds that it will be a difficult process, but in the end he will have time, a future, and a happiness that she will never have. He asks what she means by time, because they are nastikas who were given infinite time. Menaka looks back at him with a sad look on her face. In the present, Gandharva states that Menaka was deceived and that she should never have traded her time for his current pitiful reality.(2) Agni describes Gandharva Kalibloom was not killing for fun, and he believes that change was due to Menaka. A brief image of Menaka suggests that Agni had personally spoken with her in the past.
(6) When Agni ceases his attacks because of Brilith's collapse, he tells Gandharva that he cannot fully trust him in spite of all the times he tried, but he will still delay killing him, and he should thank Menaka for his final chance. Now it is clear that Menaka had spoken with Agni in the past.