Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat 28th March 2016 Written Episode Update

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Ashoka says I am against this Das (servant) tradition. I want to end it for forever. people cheer for him. He promises everyone he will speak to his father on this matter. I am sure he will do justice with you all. People get happy.

Dharma is grinding necessary herbs. Shubhrasi wonders what has happened to the family. Sushim tells his mother that Ashoka is attending some wedding of a tribe with Kaurvaki right now. Charu says his absence is good for you. You should be before your father when he opens his eyes. He should also know that when he gained conscious, his beloved son was busy spending time with Kalinga’s princess.

Ashoka and Kaurvaki are back in the palace. He is aghast at the Das tradition. How can someone do this to someone! He gets to know that Bindu is ill. He rushes to his father’s room.

Ashoka comes to Bindu’s room. What happened to him? Bindu takes Ashoka’s name as he begins to gain conscious. Ashoka asks Raj Vaid what happened to father. Charu talks about his going in a wedding with Kaurvaki when his father was already worried about so many things. Dint you think about him once? Kaurvaki leaves from there teary eyed. Dharma tells her not to speak about all this right now. Charu retorts that she is saying so because Ashoka is her son. Raj Vaid seconds Dharma. Bindu has a weak heart condition right now. if the situation around him is tensed then it wont do him any good. Ashoka says nothing will happen to father. I wont let anything happen to him. Acharya Radha Gupta asks Ashoka to come with him right away. Ashoka leaves with him followed by Sushim and Siamak.

Outside, the people shout for justice. Mahamatya tells the citizens that justice will happen. Samrat Bindusar is unwell right now. The citizens are upset as Das tradition will leave them with nothing. If Samrat is unwell then Yuvraaj Ashoka should not have made that announcement. The news has spread like wildfire. The servants have stopped working. Where will the tax come from then? We want justice.

Acharya Radha Gupta asks Ashoka if he made this announcement. Ashoka explains that he only said that he does not support this tradition. I spoke of consulting father before making any proper announcement on the same. Mahamatya tells Ashoka that he has to remember he isn’t an ordinary citizen now. Any order given by him will be followed diligently. You have no idea how this can be misued. You asked for the position but you don’t understand the responsibilities of the same yet. If Samrat finds out of this then he will be hurt. He goes to calm down the citizens. Siamak is glad that they will all be so much engrossed in the internal issues that they wont pay heed to the Unan army coming their way. Everything will come back to us finally.

Sushim talks to Charu about Ashoka misusing his rights. He intentionally tells everything in the room where Bindu is. Charu compliments her son for not leaving his father’s side as he is unwell. Your father is unwell. Ashoka is already misusing his rights. If anything happens to Bindu now then Ashoka will do anything that he wishes. Does he want to tell the citizens of Magadh that Samrar Bindu has no more role to play in stately matters? Bindu has heard everything and looks angry.

Everyone has gathered in the courtroom and demand for justice. Ashoka tries to calm them down. I only spoke of my views. I did not pass any orders. They demand to meet Samrat right away. Ashoka says he is unwell. Siamak points out that father might take time in recovering. Till when will these people bear the losses? They agree with Siamak and speak against Ashoka. Our servants stopped working after what you said. We want a decision on this matter!

Dharma tells Bindu to rest. It isn’t right for you to get up. He instead tells her to make her son understand this.

Sushim comes to the courtroom. Ashoka says I dint intend to instigate anyone. I only said what I felt like. Sushim says those servants took your words seriously. Ashoka reasons that this is his wish. I do support my words. Sushim questions him on how he can challenge age old traditions. Ashoka says we have to change as per the changing times. The citizens speak of him announcing it before everyone. Ashoka insists that he dint give any proper order. Sushim says I can understand why you want to ban this tradition. You will have special place for these kinds of people as you are one of them after all, a Daasi Putra! Ashoka angrily calls out his name. Bindu asks them what’s happening. He signals Shubhrasi and Charu and walks toward the throne. Dharma too comes there.

Bindu asks Ashoka if this is why he wanted to become Yuvraaj. You said you wanted a responsibility. Is this how to do your duty? Mahamatya thanks them on the behalf of the traders for coming here even on this condition. When someone with a great position says something then it is followed as a final word. This is what happened here. The traders speak their point and Ashoka gives his logic. The society where everyone is not given equal rights then it is a shame on the society. Making someone a servant and holding every right over them is injustice to people. This tradition hints at the society where people are abused and made weak only. Is it not the duty of the state to protect weak and poor people? They hear some people cheering for Bindu and Ashoka. Everyone goes out to see all the Daas gathered there.

Mahamatya says Ashoka put us in a dilemma. You will disappoint many people today if you don’t do what Ashoka said. They can hurt us too. Sushim reasons that we gain tax from the traders. We might get in a problem. Acharya Radha Gupta says we should first help the people who are facing injustice. The traders ask for the loan that they gave to these people. We will have to pay them as well. This is happening to us as we are rich. Bindu asks Ashoka if he has a solution. Ashoka suggests paying the loan to the traders through treasury. Bindu says do you understand how it will affect the state. There is only one option now. He gives his word in favour of Ashoka. We will pay for whatever amount the servants owe to the traders. The decision has been taken suddenly so everyone should continue their work. The work should not stop. Mahamatya wonders what they will come face to face with some problem. Charu, Sushim and Siamak speak against Bindu’s decision. Your decision looks to be affected by your son more than the state. Bindu stumbles. Ashoka holds him but Bindu pushes his hand away. You will one day kill me. You will have to bear the punishment. You wont given any suggestion or order in stately matters. Taking any decision without my consent will be considered an act of revolt. He heads inside.

Precap: Helena is with Siamak. Bindu is unwell. Sushim is with us and Ashoka has no idea about facing a big army. This is the perfect time to attack. Nicator vows to take revenge from Bindu for what he did with his daughter.

Update Credit to: Pooja

  1. Oooh No bindhu is again angry with ashoka o_O
    Anyways guys today im gonna tell u ppl how ashoka became a samrat ashoka acc yup Buddhist ashoka is seen as godly so let’s start hope u ppl enjoy the storyAshoka’s Accession

    Some time later, the city of Takshashila rose in rebellion against King Bindusara who dispatched Ashoka to tackle it with a fourfold army of cavalry, elephants, chariots and infantry. But the king passed orders not to issue them any arms. The servants came running to the prince and informed him, “ Prince Ashoka, we don’t have any weapons of war. How shall we fight?” Ashoka declared, “If my merit is such that I am to become king, let weapons of war appear before me!” And as he spoke, the earth gaped open and divine beings rose out of it carrying weapons for his army.

    When the citizens of Takshashila heard of Ashoka’s approach, they decorated the road for several miles and went to welcome him with vases full of offerings. “O Prince,” they said, “we had no intention to revolt against you or the king. But evil ministers oppressed us and the tales of our miseries never reached Pataliputra. Hence, we had to rise and banish the King’s evil representatives.” In the same manner Ashoka was welcomed into the kingdom of the Khashas where two great warriors entered his service and thenceforth marched ahead of him, cutting a path through the mountains and proclaiming, “Ashoka will become a chakravarti monarch over one of the four continents. None is to oppose him!” Finally, the whole of the northwest, right up to the sea, submitted to him.

    Back in the capital, one day Prince Suseema, the eldest son of the king, was returning from a ride when he met the prime minister. In jest, the Prince slapped the venerable man on his bald pate and passed on. But the wise prime minister thought to himself, “Today he slaps me with his hand. When he becomes king, he’ll let fall his sword. I must ensure he does not inherit the kingdom.” He summoned the five hundred ministers of the king and told them, “It has been predicted by the holy ascetic that Ashoka will become a chakravarti ruling over one of the four continents. When the time comes, let us place him on the throne.” And they agreed.

    Soon the people of Takshashila rebelled once more. This time Bindusara sent Suseema, but he could not quell the rebellion. In the meantime, Bindusara fell sick. Hence, intending to install Suseema on the throne, he recalled him and ordered Ashoka to proceed to Takshashila. The ministers, however, thwarted this plan. They smeared Ashoka with turmeric, boiled some red lac in copper vessels and displayed it, saying that the prince was so ill that he could not move out of bed.
    As Bindusara’s condition worsened, the minister brought Ashoka before him, clad in all finery, and urged the king, “Consecrate Prince Ashoka for the present and we will install Suseema on the throne later, when he returns.” Bindusara’s wasted frame shook with fury as he refused. Then Ashoka declared, “If the throne is rightfully mine by fate’s decree, let the gods crown me with the royal crown!” At once heavenly beings manifested and placed the crown on Ashoka’s head. When Bindusara saw this, he vomited blood and passed away. Ashoka’s first act as king was to appoint Radhagupta prime minister.

    Meanwhile, news of the coronation had reached Suseema in Takshashila. Furious at the usurpation, he rushed back to Pataliputra. Ashoka posted his two great warriors at two of the city gates. In front of the eastern gate, Radhagupta set up an artificial elephant so cunningly fashioned as to deceive a casual observer. On top of it, he placed an effigy of Ashoka, digging a ditch all around filled with live coals covered with reeds. The whole pit was camouflaged carefully. As Suseema arrived before the city, Radhagupta shouted tauntingly,” If you can slay Ashoka, the throne is yours!” That provoked Suseema to rush to the eastern gate to fight his half-brother. As he charged forward, he fell into the ditch full of live charcoal and died a terrible death.
    Thanks alot for reaching gud:-D

    1. *Thx alot for reading guys….

    2. Thanks a lot. But from where did you get this info?

    3. Np this is from Buddhist writings

    4. Thnx for the info

    5. Can u tell me why are u wasting time by copying from internet ?

      Pls don’t be angry !!!!!!!

  2. I just hate this bindusar like anything dont know why he always misunderstands ashok by listening to his enemies he will soon have to regret for his blind trust for his enemies and keeping helena alive even after knowing her real face if chandragupta would have been in his place then he would have given death penalty to helena after knowing her real face

  3. Why bindusar is angry with ashok?

    1. krishana mohan

      because has taken a big decision without his permission

    1. Your welcome priyanka…:-):-):-):-D:-D

  4. the writer is writing cool stories… but I didn’t understand what actually said by charu to kaurwaki…

    1. Kaurvaki was just sad because she got ashok in trouble by charu by asking him to take her to the tribe wedding

  5. Bindu is the most dumbest King ever!! When will he realize that he shouldn’t get upset over ashok so easily???!!! It was really good before but now they r just dragging the story again!!! Why all this case, daasi drama??!! ?????

    1. u r 100% right.. again they are dragging but the episode was cool…

  6. Thanks for the update pooja

  7. Gud news for those ppl who wanted kvk to go back to kalinga I think this week there will be some misunderstanding between bindhusara and kvk watch this week’s synopsis guys
    Episode Synopsis
    Episode – 304
    09:00 PM – 09:30 PM, 29 Mar Set Alert
    Bindusara becomes so feeble physically that he collapses. Ashoka is worried and takes care of him. Later, Nicator receives the letter of Siamak and decides to enter the palace.
    Episode – 305
    09:00 PM – 09:30 PM, 30 Mar Set Alert
    Nicator and Mir plan to enter Magadha with their army to destroy the region. Bindusara listens to Kaurwaki and declares that it is time to invade Kalinga.
    Episode – 306
    09:00 PM – 09:30 PM, 31 Mar Set Alert
    Bindusara decides to allow Nicator to meet him on the occasion of Rang Panchami. Subsequently, Ashoka is determined to kill Takshak.
    Episode – 307
    09:00 PM – 09:30 PM, 01 Apr Set Alert
    There is no synopsis available for this episode.
    Episode – 308
    09:00 PM – 09:30 PM, 04 Apr Set Alert
    Nicator desires to meet Helena in front of Bindusara. Ashoka then comes to know that Takshak drinks alcohol every night and decides to use this habit of Takshak to kill him.

    1. Happy to hear about kvk, but now is there an entry of a new villain?

    2. I don’t want that kaurwaki go back to kalinga… but for the history she has to…. 🙁

  8. Its good only if bindu dies as soon as possible so that ashok can become samrat because he is of no use becoming king he does not have any qualities of becoming samrat it is ashok only who really deserves to become samrat as he is more stronger than bindusar dont know how this bindu became samrat his illness only proves that he is weak

  9. If Kvk understands that she always lands up in a problem, then why she always follows ashoka everywhere? Was it necessary?

    1. Really !!!!!!!!!!! Chipku kahika.

  10. Anyone can fool this bindusar. He can see even a very small fault of ashok but can’t realize about sushim,charu,siamak and mahamtya ever !. he is a worst king and this kvk like a chuingum. I hate both..

  11. Anyone can fool this bindusar. How he became samrat.He can see even a very small fault of ashok but can’t realize about sushim,charu,siamak and mahamtya ever !. he is a worst king and this kvk is like a chuingum. I hate both..

  12. I read this Buddhist version, but these are just story, not believable. Main thing is most of the ministers didn’t like Sushim for his behaviour. So they wanted Ashoka instead of him. Radhagupt had a great role in it. But what about the exile of ashoka? He was in exile for two years. Are they plotting for this? Because after two years he recalled back by Bindusar to quell the rebellion of Ujjain. There he injured severely and met his first wife Devi.

  13. People need to leave kaurwaki alone. Her character is good. I hope they develop her character when shes older. I want to see a female warrior kaurwaki. Maybe this will make her come to hate ashok after the invasion on kalinga. And she becomes someone in power. Like watching ashok with his battle strategies make her raise an army to attack older ashok. I heard the real kaurwaki was good with financing i want to see that as well.

    Anyway you can hate her but she is part of history and i doubt the real kaur new ashok as a child

    1. 1st of all she was not a princess she was a fisherman’s daughter… And as far as I know dear he 1st met Devi u might be correct that she knew him since childhood but some site’s say that he met her when he was abou 21
      Anyways let’s see what the writers have stored for future episodes

    2. Princess or no princess she was important in his life. My thing is did she do anything to hurt ashoke in history, if she didnt why people are hating on her. Honestly both girls are great one is more spunky than the other, it shouldnt matter who met who because at the end of the day the first wife will be devi in the time skip. And kaurwaki will be second and still be by ashok. I just hope they get along well unlike bindusara wives

  14. krishana mohan

    bindu is angry with ashak as he has taken a big decision without his permission

  15. Bindusar always make wrong decision. i hope he’ll die soon. hay can someone tell me who were the enemies of magadh during that time. because i red in Wikipedia that Unani/Greeks were mauryan’s ally not enemy. Nicator and real Bindusar used send gifts to each other occasionally. also when Ashoka become samrat he too had Greek deplomats at his court

  16. The History Fan

    The story is not historically correct. Chandragupt said Bindusar could not become a good King because he did not love anything passionately.. Then how can this Dharma Bindusara love story be true? Also Dharma was a Brahmin and not a daasi.. And was definitely not his favourite queen.. There is a story about how Bindusar thought she was his barber! Also Ashok did not stay away from the palace for 14 years as shown. Dharma was married to Bindusar as he supported the Ajinkya cult of Brahmins of which she was a part but she gained entry into the palace only after she bore Bindusara a son and said that she was ‘shok mukt’ or free from sadness hence Ashok’s name and Ashok stayed in the palace. I also read somewhere that Chandragupt fell in love with Helena and she loved him back but since the marriage was not allowed by Nicator, he attacked Nicator and won her over. How can they have Muslim characters like Noor and Mir(I think they are Muslim from their names) before the establishment of Islam?
    Even though the story is not historically correct, the serial is a pretty entertaining!

  17. Hai friends
    Bindusar was just disgusting today,he gets influenced easily

  18. Bindusara again angry

  19. Bindusara angry again… many times

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