In Boruto Chapter 80, Sarada Uchiha finally gets the power-up that will allow her to distinguish herself as one of the strongest ninjas of all time. While Boruto can use the powers of Karma and Mitsuki can use the power of Sage Mode, Sarada has now obtained the most powerful ability of the Uchiha clan: the Mangekyo Sharingan.
The Power of Love
This advanced form of Sharingan is only obtained through a strong emotional shock. Obito obtained it by witnessing the death of his beloved Rin, while Itachi had to kill his fraternal friend Shisui. Sarada, however, obtains it through the pain she experiences from the situation in which Boruto finds himself.
The Mythological Inspiration
But what unique power does Sarada's Mangekyo Sharingan hold? It is very likely that as Sasuke's daughter, Sarada will be able to use Amaterasu and Susanoo. However, there is a fan theory that her unique power may be inspired by Hindu mythology. Sarada's name is very similar to that of the Hindu goddess Sharada, who represents knowledge, art, learning, and music.
Masashi Kishimoto, the creator of the Naruto/Boruto series, has often drawn inspiration from Hindu mythology in his work. It is possible that Sarada's power will reflect this. Could she gain divine powers like the goddess Sharada, giving her omniscient knowledge and abilities?
Only time will tell, and fans are eagerly anticipating the upcoming time-skip in Boruto Chapter 81.
With this new power-up, Sarada Uchiha has the potential to become one of the strongest ninjas in the series. Her unique Sharingan abilities, combined with her impressive intelligence and skill, make her a formidable opponent. Whether her powers are inspired by mythology or not, we are excited to see what she can do with them in the upcoming chapters of Boruto.