Shani 8th May 2017 Written Episode Update

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Shani calls it wrong but Raja Harishchandra says the path where you are can anyways not be right ever. He asks the trader if he accepts the condition. The trader nods. Rani Taramati will stay with me till the time you don’t muster enough money to pay me back. Raja Harishchandra holds his wife’s hands. Please try to understand the reason behind my decision. I cannot handover my son to a stranger. I have no alternative but I promise to free you asap. She nods sadly. She hugs her son promising him to meet real soon. Take care of yourself and your father. Rohitashva says how I will live without you. Take me with you. I promise not to bother you or trouble you with any demands. Just take me with you. They share an emotional hug again. Shani watches it in shock.

Sanghya asks her husband if a woman will

only be respected in Dev Loka. Does she have no respect if she is not a Devi? How can Devraj be quiet seeing Karamfaldata breaking all the rules of a God? Devraj says I have no right to punish Karamfaldata. Shani is Surya-putra. Surya Dev permits him to punish Shani. Shani has crossed all his limits. Devraj is pleased. I was waiting for this moment only when the father-son duo will be at loggerheads. Sanghya asks him what he is thinking. Devraj replies that he was thinking of Shani’s punishment. He has troubled a Suryavanshi king. His punishment will be according to his deed only.

Trader keeps sacks of coins before Raja Harishchandra. I have paid the max amount. He asks Rani Taramati to come. Rani Taramati bids a tearful adieu to her son. Rohitashva cries hugging his father. He runs to hug his mother yet again. Raja Harishchandra takes him away from her. Shani tells Taramati to stop right when she was about to step on the chariot. Raja Harishchandra says I neither broke my promise nor I lied. This is between me and the trader which was done willingly by my wife. What else do you want? Shani reasons that his son dint agree to it. Raja Harishchandra insists that his son values his promise. Shani points out that even being his father he cannot force his decision on his son. Both you and Rohitashva have a right to choose your respective paths. He asks Rohitashva who he wants to live with – his mother or father. Raja Harishchandra notices his son in a fix and rushes to him. I did everything for your sake son. You know how much I love you. Rani Taramati too advises her son to be with his father. That will be right for you. Raja Harishchandra nods. Rohitashva decides to stay with his mother. Rani Taramati hugs him happily but her happiness is short lived noticing the pain on her husband’s face. Both Rohitashva and his mother leave with the trader. Raja Harishchandra is heartbroken.

Rahu is thrilled. Shani made my work easier. You wont be with Rohitashva now to protect him. I will play my next card. He hisses. Be ready. My poison will soon be inside Rohitashva’s veins and will very soon destroy humans. World will blame you for the same. Your identity as Karamfaldata will become questionable!

Shani asks Raja Harishchandra if he dint realise why all this is happening with him. It is all because of your karmas. It wasn’t because of any curse. You said you did it all for your people but you did it for yourself. The day you accept it things will become better. You cheated everyone for your son but he left you in the end. Raja Harishchandra says he dint leave me. He is a kid. It is natural for a kid to love his mother. I let him go as I wanted to see him happy, to see him healthy. Understand that I don’t need you or your suggestions anymore! Shani shouts that he will stay with him till the time he wont accept truth. Raja Harishchandra walks away.

Shani begins to go when he notices someone’s presence behind him. He turns and finds Devi Sanghya, Devraj and Surya Dev standing there. Devi Sanghya reminds him of her promise of coming back. Shani reminds her he had warned her previously. If you interfere in Raja Harishchandra’s path then you will find me in your path. Surya Dev stops Sanghya from retorting. You crossed all your limits. Shani calls it his karma but Devraj finds it unjustified. You have also hurt a woman in the process. As Devraj, it is important to punish you for this mistake. Shani asks him what it is. Devraj says I will throw you out of Dev Loka if you don’t stop following Raja Harishchandra! You wont be able to return to Dev Loka ever. You will have to stay on earth for forever. Sanghya leaves the decision on him – either stop following Harishchandra or give up Dev Loka. Shani accepts the condition. Devraj says amazing. How easily has Karamfaldata given up! He gave up his duty for Dev Loka! Shani says maybe you dint understand me correctly. I have accepted to be cut off from Dev Loka. All three Gods look at him pointedly. Surya Dev says it is a very big decision. Don’t think though that being my son you will be given any exception. Shani replies that he has not accepted him as his son. I cannot look away from my duty though come what may. I have been sent on earth to guide Raja Harishchandra on the right path. I am ready to go on any path to do my duty. Sanghya asks him what this duty for which he is ready to give up Dev Loka is. Shani points out that she wont understand it as it is important to have a clean heart to teach someone about their duties. Your (Sanghya’s) heart is not pious. She taunts him to make amends then. He replies that that time will also come soon. He walks away.

Precap: Devi Sanghya produces Chhaya yet again. Shani can cast his Vakra Drishti on me but he will have to cast it on his mother too!

Update Credit to: Pooja

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  1. SANTHOSH

    Shani Theme ..
    this is my favorite BG..???..

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=RD72MRGjZeY

    1. Nandhini

      Ohh really!?? this was the first song played in shani dev’s introduction scene…best title song in colors!!

  2. So will now devi sandya goes away from Surya lok in a mare form will now river tapati and ashwini Kumar’s take birth will they show this track or it will be boring again?

    1. Kamalanayani

      Don’t know actually….
      But why Devi Sangya has to go now…
      They should have done it before itself, I think….
      Now they might have to create a new story for Ashwini Kumaras and mata Tapati….

      Does anybody know where river tapati is flowing now ??

      1. MADHUSHREE MANDAL

        The Tapi River is also known as the Tapti River. Tapti is the prehistoric Sanskrit name of the river. Tapi is a major River in central India . With a stretch of about 724 km, it is also one of the most crucial rivers in peninsular India. Tapti has a significant extent of religious and cultural importance in the lives of Indian people.

        Tapi River: An Overview

        The Tapi River is one of the three peninsular Rivers in India that flow in an east to west itinerary and the other two rivers are the Mahi River and Narmada River.

        The river originates in the eastern portion of the Satpura Mountain Ranges in south Madhya Pradesh . The river subsequently moves to the west and irrigates the Nimar province in Madhya Pradesh, Kandesh in Maharashtra, and parts of eastern Vidarbha in the northwestern end of the Deccan Plateau and southern Gujarat. Ultimately, the river pours into the Gulf of Cambay in the Arabian Sea in the district of Surat in Gujarat. The Tapti River, together with the adjacently running Narmada River in the north, create the borders between North and South India. The Sahyadri Range or the Western Ghats Mountain Range begins south of the Tapi River close to the boundary of Maharashtra and Gujarat. The Gulf of Khambat or Cambay is the area where the Tapi River ends its itinerary. The geographical features of the Tapti River are somewhat similar to the geography of Indian peninsula. Surat was a major halt for Muslim devotees going to Mecca for Haj.

        Name of the river

        The source of Tapti River is located in the Betul district. The location is also known as Multai. In Sanskrit Language, the place is also known as Mulatapi, referring to the source of Tapti River or Tapi Mata.

        Tapi River is the daughter of the Sun God, Surya and his wife Chhaya. In Thailand, the Tapi River had derived its name from the Tapi River in India in August 1915.

        Tributaries of Tapi and river basin

        The Tapti River basin covers a territory of 65,145 km², which is almost 2% of the entire territory of India. The catchment area is situated in the following states:

        Maharashtra (Catchment area of 51,504 km²)

        Gujarat (Catchment area of 3,837 km²)

        Madhya Pradesh (Catchment area of 9,804 km²)

        The catchment area of the river is principally situated in the northern and eastern districts of Maharashtra, which include Akola, Amravati, Washim, Buldhana, Dhule, Jalgaon, Nashik, and Nandurbar districts. The drainage basin also covers the Surat distsrict of Gujarat and Burhanpur and Betul districts of Madhya Pradesh.
        Tributaries of Tapi River

        Girna River, Purna River, Panzara River, Bori River, Waghur River, and Aner River are the major tributaries of the river. Other tributaries of the river are as follows:

        Gomai River in Nandurbar
        Shiva River in Nandurbar district of Maharashtra State
        Arunavati River in Dhule district of Maharashtra state
        Vaki River in Nandurbar
        Panzara River in Dhule and Jalgaon districts of Maharashtra state
        Burai River in Dhule (Kaan River in Dhule is a major tributary)
        Aner River in Jalgaon, Dhule
        Bori River in Jalgaon
        Girna River in Malegaon, Nashik, and Jalgaon districts of the state of Maharashtra. Meets Tapti River at Kapileshwar at the boundary of Jalgaon and Dhule. (Mausam River in Malegaon and Titur River in Jalgaon are two branches of this river).
        Purna River in Akola, Amravati, Jalgaon, and Buldhana districts of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh. The river meets Tapti River at Changdev in Jalgaon.
        Waghur River in Aurangabad and Jalgaon
        Sipna River in Amravati
        Gadga River in Amravati district of Maharashtra state
        Khandu River in Amravati
        Khapra River in Amravati
        Surkhi River in Amravati
        Tigriy River in Amravati
        Ganjal River in Betul district of Madhya Pradesh state
        Burshi River in Amravati district of Maharashtra state
        Nesu River in Surat district of Gujarat state
        The tributaries and distributaries of the Purna River are as follows:
        Vishwaganga River in Buldhana
        Nalganga River in Buldhana
        Mann River in Akola, Buldhana districts of Maharashtra state
        Nipani River in Buldhana
        Utawali River in Akola, Buldhana
        Mas River in Akola, Buldhana
        Nirguna River in Akola, Washim
        Vishwamitri River in Akola
        Aas River in Akola
        Gandhari River in Akola
        Morna River in Washim, Akola
        Vaan River in Akola, Buldhana, Amravati districts of Maharashtra state
        Bhavkhuri River in Amravati
        Shahanur River in Amravati, Akola
        Umaa River in Washim, Akola
        Katepurna River in Washim, Akola districts of Maharashtra state
        Chandrabhaga River in Amravati
        Pendhi River in Amravati, Akola
        Aarna River in Amravati
        Bhuleswari River in Amravati

        Places of interest on Tapi Riverbanks

        Important towns beside the river include Bhusawal in Maharashtra, Betul, Multai, and Burhanpur in Madhya Pradesh, and Surat in Gujarat.

        Important passages on the river include the rail bridge at Bhusawal for the Bhusawal – Khandwa section coming under the Central Railway and the Sawalde road bridge in Dhule for National Highway 3. The river is barraged by Ukai Dam in Songadh, Gujarat and Hatnur Dam in Jalgaon, Maharashtra.

        Other popular places beside the river include the Melghat Tiger Reserve in Amravati district, a division of Project Tiger, on the southeastern bank next to the border of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh. Famous milestones include the Asirgarh Fort close to Burhanpur, also named as the “key to the Deccan”, and the antique Temple of Changdeo Maharaj at Changdev in Jalgaon, Maharashtra.
        Melghat Tiger Reserve

        If you are an adventure lover, then the Melghat Tiger Reserve is the right place for you to visit. You will find the following varieties of fauna in this reserve:

        Leopard
        Tiger
        Wild dog
        Sloth bear
        Sambar
        Jackal
        Barking deer
        Gaur
        Chital
        Nilgai
        Ratel
        Chausingha
        Wild boar
        Flying squirrel
        Rhesus monkey
        Langur
        Pangolin
        Porcupine
        Python
        Mouse deer
        Caracal
        Otter
        Blacknaped hare

        These wild animals enhance the attraction of this tiger reserve, which is one of the renowned wildlife sanctuaries for tigers.

        Asirgarh Fort

        This citadel, located in Satpura forest is around 20 km north of Bhuranpur District in Madhya Pradesh. The citadel is home to a Lord Shiva Temple built in the 10th century, which is a major attraction to watch.

      2. Kamalanayani

        Great info. Madhu
        Thank you so much….
        Is this river still in its youth..

      3. MADHUSHREE MANDAL

        Presently water of Tapi River is moderately polluted due to discharges of industrial waste, domestic sewage and agricultural runoff in river water, which require more efficient management to conserve this river.

    2. Kamalanayani

      So Surya dev has 1 river daughters….
      Nature is great… From a giant ball of fire comes 2 streams of pure water…..

      1. Kamalanayani

        Sorry 2 river daughters

  3. Sandya

    Hey everyone!bina log in kiye hi comment kar liya itni jaldi thi sawal poochne ki ?

    1. Nandhini

      Hello sandya! Beautiful dp!??

      1. Sandya

        Thanks☺

    2. Kamalanayani

      Hello Sandya
      I don’t understand which comment without people, you are talking about…
      Can you explain….

      1. Sandya

        People??? Didn’t get ur comment or u didn’t get mine??? confusion!

      2. Kamalanayani

        OK OK OK…..
        Just tell what you have said in english….

  4. Nandhini

    Hi kamalanayani: i couldnt get the answer…please reveal what you are referring about (in previous day’s comment)…
    Good episode overall…mata chaaya come back soon…

    1. Kamalanayani

      I want all of the commentators to give it a try before I reveal the answer

      Especially, I have good belief on Chandamaya that she will crack the answer.
      Until then Kindy wait. (Poruthu irukkavum Nandhini akka)

      1. Nandhini

        Ok yaar i will wait…but i want the answer from you definitely!

  5. Kamalanayani

    Where is this Chaaya…
    Looks like Chaaya is missing for more than 2 days…..

  6. Sandya

    Oh that one I too didn’t understand what I wrote???
    But I just wanna say will they show the track of ashwini Kumar’s and tapati
    Will they show that Surya dev and devi sandya in horse and mare form
    This track should be shown early
    Though it’s not too late
    And one more thing I am a Hindi medium student so not so good in English?
    Hope u frnds understand?

    1. Kamalanayani

      I am also ok with Hindi but Truly even after reading your english explanation I did not get what you said in hindi.
      Thats why I asked… No issues about your English Sandya, You are doing really well in English
      Never feel inferior about your self.
      I always like a quote.
      “No one can make you feel inferior without your true concern”
      Never let that happen…. It is my request to you…

      1. Sandya

        That’s ok i don’t mind if someone says “I didn’t get ur English” as I know I am not so good in that but soon my English will be good as I am taking course for that? step by step I will reach my destination but till than no worries? I just don’t care about world what will they think of me as I know if I’m not good in one thing but I’m best in other?

      2. Kamalanayani

        Good, Now you are thinking in the right path.
        And another one thing.
        “You are living for yourself not for anybody else and your karmas do not affect them and their karmas do not affect you. So always live for your true self and never mind about others. For that only God has given us 2 ears.”
        This is something I learnt from Shani dev….

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