Devon ke Dev… Mahadev 19th August 2013 Written Episode Update
Devon ke Dev… Mahadev 19th August 2013 Written Episode, Devon ke Dev… Mahadev 19th August 2013 Written Update
As Sita and Raam put garlands around each others neck…Parshuraam appears and walks towards them in rage.
He asks who is the fool with pluck to break his arrow..Janaka welcomes him instead of answering.. but Parshuram is in his rage.. then Sita devi goes to him after Janaka’s intro..she touches his feet and he blesses her ‘saubhagyvati bhava.’
Parvati devi and Shiva watch this drama..how Narayan’s 6th and 7th avtar have an encounter…how they realize that one of them is Narayan’s avtar.
Then Lakshman after Parshurama’s content contemptuous words for the one who breaks the bow, stands up and talks harsh and all. He says hadn’t his family was known for its service for protection to the rishis he would have killed Parshurama.
Parshuram says that if he has some conduct left in him he wouldn’t have said things to a rishi and fight him instead.
Lakshman says to Parshurama that he is lucky that he is still alive that he n his broter are not fighting him..or it will be fatal for him.
Lakshmana argues with Parshurama..Parshuram warns Janaka if he was not given the person who insulted Shiva by breaking the arrow, he’d destroy Mithila kingdom, then Raam speaks up and politely tells he shouldnt insult his own self by fighting a sevak life him (Raam)
Then he apologies for Lakshmana’s behavior and for the fact that he broke the bow.. but Parshuram doesn’t believe Raam, as how can a polite guy like him do such a thing.
Then to tests him, Parshurama gives him a bow and asks him to tie the string without touching..Rama does as said, then Parshuram says put an arrow in it.. Raama takes the arrow into the bow, then he is said to dart the towards him..Ram says its his dharm to protect rishis and he won’t dart the arrow at him..saying so Ram directs the arrow to the sky.
Raavan is mad with ego..he thinks that Shiva helped the guy who broke the arrow!
Update Credit to: sankalp_prapti