Santoshi Maa 7th July 2017 Written Episode, Written Update on TellyUpdates.com
The Episode starts with Gaumata thinking I can’t help Maa. Devi Paulmi thinks her sorrows started now. Santoshi massages Santoshi Maa’s legs and says I did not see my parents, I see them in you. She thinks of her parents and Dhairya. She smiles. Santoshi Maa says memories are our asset, bitter times take us to right path, bad time teaches us a lesson and also gives courage. Santoshi say yes, we should see bad and good times in life. Gaumata gets glad seeing Devi and devotee.
Seshnath asks the people to go, he will make the road. Tinu comes there in invisible mode and troubles him. Seshnath apologizes. Tinu says you will cook food from now on. Seshnath says I can’t. Tinu beats him. Seshnath agrees and goes. Pandit ji calls Santoshi and asks when are you coming, everyone is waiting for Sadhvi Maa. Santoshi asks Maa to go, she will cook food and come.
Santoshi Maa walks on the road. Kranti Maa’s man leaves the dog free. A lady sees the mad dog and says its going towards Sadhvi Maa. They ask her to move. People try to save her. A man comes in between. The dog bites his hand. Everyone throws stone at the dog. Santoshi Maa takes a cloth and stops the dog. The dog sits quiet.
Devi Paulmi says your attack went waste Asur Raj. He says don’t worry, I will do something. Santoshi Maa asks the men not to kill the dog. She says I explained him with love, so he is calm. The people praise her. Kranti Maa’s man sees this and goes. He tells Kranti Maa what hapened. She asks them to call that man who has got the dog, Sadhvi is clever.
Seshnath cooks food. Tinu asks Seshnath to do the work, else he will beat him. Santoshi Maa talks to devotees and solves problems. Devi Paulmi says see what I do to make them praise me. Asur Raj comes to help Kranti Maa. She says I m losing to that Sadhvi, she is very powerful. Asur Raj says once you make Sadhvi out of Santoshi’s house, I will make you famous and give you many powers. He tells something. She agrees.
Update Credit to: Amena