Sankatmochan Mahabali Hanuman 18th July 2016 Written Episode Update
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Location: Hanuman’s Preachings by Goddess Saraswati
The rishis are apalled, at the way, they try desperately but prahlad continues chanting about Lord Narayana, instead of Hiranyakashyapu. they finally frustratedly leave. he thinks that this isnt right, as his teachers were angry at him. after the teachers leave, the children are insistent on playing, but prahlad says that this is the time to seek knowledge. he starts teaching them the importance of Lord Vishnu, while himself watches his ardent follower from above, with great appreciation, with goddess Lakshmi. The other children start chanting too. Hanuman starts chanting too hearing this amazing story, along with saraswati. When the rishis return back, they too are spellbound and overwhelmingly, join in
Location: Hinranya’s Courtroom
Hinranya is super excited to meet his son, along with his wife, who assures him that soon prahlad shall come. when they hear prahlad’s voice resonating in the courtroom, they are overwhelmed. prahlad comes in and says that he took in the knowledge with great devotion and submission. prahlad makes a dash towards his father, as he extends a loving hand, and hanuman is reminded of himself running towards anjani and kesri. prahlad is overwhelmed to hug his father, as tears stream down their cheeks. he seeks the blessings of his parents, while they are ecstatic to have seen him after such a long time. he compliments the rishis on their wonderful teaching. Prahlad says that he always had her lap, but today being in the lap of his father, made him highly pleased. hinranya says that he is proud to have a son like him, and that he cant express his happiness, and that his delicacies shall be prepared today. she says that she has already started that. he says that he shall find out what his son learnt, in the meanwhile. the rishis are tensed as to what if prahlad utters narayan’s name. prahlad talks high of his teachers, saying that Saraswati has been overly gracious to him, in bestowing knowledge and decides to start by saraswati vandana. the rishis think that hopefully he doesnt utter vishnu’s name. Prahlad talks about what he learnt from the Vedas, and how all of them lead to the feet of the lord vishnu. Hiranya is shocked to hear this. the courtmen are apalled, as prahlad starts talking about the importance of reverance to lord vishnu. an excited Prahlad starts chanting vishnu vandana, and hiranya is enraged. Vishnu watches overwhelmingly along with lakshmi from the heaven above. the rishis are distraught wondering about their fate. as he turns to his father for appreciation, hiranya throws him away, pushing him, while prahlad is aghast. his mother is apalled at this too. he then turns to the rishis, and they face his ire, at having given this teachin g. they say that they didnt teach anything like this, and talk about how they were incapable of getting him out of his lord vishnu devotion. he sends them off to prison. but prahlad intervenes, and asks him not to punish them for something that they didnt do, as they convinced him that he is the lord. Hiranya comes to him, and asks why is he doing vishnu chants then. prahlad talks about how they tried to inculcate hiranya’s name in him, as the lord, but he firmly believes that Lord Vishnu sustains the earth. hiranya asks him who taught this to him, and wrenches him in anger. his mother too tries to cajole and ask. but he says that he hasnt been taught by anyone, and its a universal truth, which is the lord himself, omnipresent and omniscient. Hiranya is enraged. The screen freezes on hanuman and saraswati’s face.
GOD IS OMNIPRESENT, AND NO AMOUNT OF EFFORTS SHALL BE ABLE TO PROVE IT OTHERWISE!!!!
Precap: As prahlad continues to talk about LordVishnu’s supremacy, and asks his father also to join in with him in chanting lord vishnu’s name. Hiranya gets enraged and asks him to stop this nonsensical babbling. all are tensed.
Update Credit to: Rimjhim