Jodha Akbar 28th August 2014 Written Episode Update

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Jodha Akbar 28th August 2014 Written Episode, Written Update on

Scene 1
atgah’s son aziz gets to know about his father’s death, he says I will not leave adhma and maham is responsible for all this, I wont leave her, his companion says that adham killed chief minister, who is most powerful after king so this means adham is strong and has planned things so we should takes steaps carefully, Aziz says I am loyal to jalal but I wont forgive adham and that maham, they leave for agra.
jodha in her room thinks that adham was criminal but how can jalal kill him,Jalal comes to jodha still covered with blood. he comes near her, jodha moves back, jalal ask are you fine? what happened to you? jodha looks away and cant see jalal’s face, she says no, jalal looks in mirror and sees blood on his face and body, he angrily leaves from there, jodha is in fear, she then thinks that I shouldn’t have reacted like this, its time to support jalal, he is infuriated and can take any step, she goes behind jalal.
jalal comes to shahi bath and cant see himself in blood, jodha follows him and sees hiding behind wall, jalal takes off his clothes, jalal jumps in pool and takes bath, he is trying to remove blood from his body, he doesn’t know what he did, what happened and keep rubbing his body, dasi comes and informs that preparations have been done for last ceremonies of atgah, jalal shouts atgah sahib and cries, jodha cries too.

Scene 2
atgah’s last ceremonies are being performed, his dead body is shown, his wife comes and cries, she says its all my fault, if I had taken you with me for rest then this wouldn’t have happened, she cries badly, jalal comes there, all looks at him, jalal recalls how atgah use to pamper jalal, how he used to protect jalal, how atgah said that he will fight with the person who tries to attack jalal, jalal extends his hand prays for atgah’s soul, jodha also says some lines for atgah’s soul. javeda comes to atgah’s dead body and says you cant go like this, why you left us so soon, I need you, on whom’s assurance I will life now? you cant do this to us, jalal finishes his prayers, he comes close to atgah, he touches atgah’
s face and cries silently on his dead body, he keep looking at atgah’s body and weeps. hamida comes to jalal, they both cries.
maham is in room, she says nothing can happen to my adham, I will go and meet him, dasies stop her from going out, maham says hwo can you stop me, hamida comes there, maham says I am going to see adham, hamida says control yourself, jalal comes there too, maham says to hamida that I just wanna see adham, hamdia says It will be good if you don’t see him, maham says you are saying this as jalal doesn’t want it, I beg you, please let me see adham for once, all are saying here that adham is no more.. I cant believe this, nothing can happened to adham, he is mountain, nothing can happen to him, I just want to prove it, let me see him once, please request jalal. maham comes to jalal and says I did mistake, punish me for life, I wont say anything but please accept my this request, I just wanna see adham for once, actually I saw blood on your face so I am getting wrong thoughts, I know adham is there, he is alive, please let me meet him, she sits in jalal’s feet and says I beg, I request you on part of god, you are king, I served you for years, please let me see adham for once, please just once, jalal with mixed emotions looks at maham, jodha puts hand on jalal’s shoulder, jalal allows maham to meet adham, she gets happy and thanks him profusely, she is about to go but ask where is adham, jalal shows her way, she goes to see adham ( seems like she lost her mental balance).

Scene 3
atgah’s son Aziz comes to agra palace with sword in his hand, he says I want adham, he says i wont leave maham today, maham is going to meet adham while aziz is coming, todar sees them both, he sees that Aziz is going to attack maham but todar stops him, he ask what are you doing? he says I am taking revenge of my father’s death, todar says revenge is taken, adham is being killed, Aziz says you are lying, todar says then see yourself, he sees adham’s dead body, maham also sees adham’s body, she becomes stoned, Aziz says now I wont kill maham as she is already dead, he goes to see atgah.
maham comes to adham’s body, javeda is crying, resham takes javeda away. maham looks at adham, maham sits beside him and recalls how she used to give her whole time to adham, all family members comes there, maham ask adham to get up, she says blood is coming out, she says why you are not wearing your war dress, you went to fight with jalal and atgah, you had everything, you were warrior, you had passion in you, you had me and you were brother of jalal but nothing came handy when you lost your life, I told you to not go against jalal, you used to say that you will kill jalal but if you were jalal’s loyal then you would have been minister of many states, she says adham nothing can happen to you, you are mountain, please get up and talk to me, you know you sleep like this when I sing lullaby for you, today I will sing lullaby for you, she kisses his hand and sings lullaby in choked voice, she has tears in her eyes, she cries and says adham is gone, he is gone, she shouts adham, my kid is gone, he si gone.

PRECAP- maham says to jalal that your kids are in womb of your wife jodha, I give you curse that you also take their dead body in your hand, you also cry on their death, you also gets the pain like I got it, jodha and jalal are shocked.

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    A´I´N 30.
    At first I intended, in speaking of the Grandees of the Court, to record the deeds which raised them to their exalted positions, to describe their quali­ties, and to say something of their experience. But I am unwilling to bestow mere praise; in fact, it does not become the encomiast of His Majesty to praise others, and I should act against my sense of truthfulness, were I but to mention that which is praiseworthy, and to pass in silence over that which cannot be approved of. I shall therefore merely record, in form of a table, their names and the titles which have been conferred upon them.

    I. Commanders of Ten Thousand.
    1. Sha´hza´dah Sulta´n Sali´m, eldest son of His Majesty.

    II. Commanders of Eight Thousand.
    2. Sha´h´zadah Sulta´n Mura´d, second son of His Majesty.

    III. Commanders of Seven Thousand.
    3. Sha´hza´dah Sulta´n Da´nya´l, third son of His Majesty.

    Akbar had five sons—

    1. Hasan twins, born 3rd Rabí’ I, 972. They only lived one month.
    2. Husain
    3. Sulṭán Salím [Jahangir],
    4. Sulṭán Murád.
    5. Sulṭán Dányál.
    Of daughters, I find three mentioned—(a.) Sháhzádah Khánum, born three months after Salím, in 977. (b.) Shukrunnisá Begum, who in 1001 was married to Mírzá Sháhrukh (No. 7, below, p. 312); and (c.) A´rám Bánú Begum; both born after Sulṭán Dányál. Regarding the death of the last Begum, vide Tuzuk, p. 386.

    Of Akbar’s wives the following are mentioned:—1. Sulṭán Raqiyah Begum (a daughter of Mírzá Hindál), who died 84 years old, 7th Jumáda I, 1035, (Tuzuk, p. 401). She was Akbar’s first wife (zan i kalán), but had no child by him. She tended Sháhjahán. Núr Jahán (Jahángír’s wife) also stayed with her after the murder of Sher Afkan. 2. Sulṭán Salímah Begum. She was a daughter of Gulrukh (?) Begum* (a daughter of Bábar) and Mírzá Núruddín Muhammad. Humáyún had destined her for Bairám Khán, who married her in the beginning of Akbar’s reign. After the death of Bairám, Akbar, in 968, married her. She died 10th Zí Qa’dah, 1021. As a poetess, she is known under the name Makhfí (concealed), and must not be confounded with Zebunnisá* (a daughter of Aurangzeb’s), who has the same poetical name. 3. The daughter of Rájah Bihárí Mal and sister of Rájah Bhagawán Dás. Akbar married her in 968, at Sáṉbhar. 4. The beautiful wife of ‘Abdulwási’, married in 970, (vide Bad. II, 61). 5. or Princess of Jodhpúr, the mother of Jahángír. Her name is not mentioned by any Muhammadan historian. As Akbar’s mother had the title of Maryam Makání, so was Jodh Bái called Maryam uzzamání. She died in the month of Rajab 1032, A. H. (Tuzuk, p. 361). The Tuzuk expresses a hope ‘that God will receive her in His mercy; for Jahángír’s mother, though a Hindú, could not well ‘be sent to hell.’ 6. Bíbí Daulat Shád, mother of (b.) and (c.); vide Tuzuk, p. 16. 7. A daughter of ‘Abdullah Khán Mughul (964). 8. A daughter of Mírán Mubárik Sháh of Khandes; vide p. 13, note.

    Sulṭán Salím. Title as Emperor, Jahángír. Title after death, Jannatmakání. Born at Fathpúr Síkṛí, on Wednesday, 17th Rabí’ I, 977, or 18th Shahríwar of the 14th year of Akbar’s Era. He was called Salím, because he was born in the house of Shaikh Salím i Chishtí. Akbar used to call him Shaikhú Bábá (vide Tuzuk, p. 1). For his wives and children, vide below, No. 4. Jahángír died on the 28th Çafar 1037 (28th October, 1627) near Rájor on the Kashmír frontier. Vide my article on Jahángír in the Calcutta Review for October, 1869.

    Sulṭán Murád, Akbar’s fourth son, was born on Thursday, 3rd Muharram, 978, and died of delirium tremens in 1006, at Jalnápúr in Barár (Tuzuk, p. 15; Akbar­námah II, p. 443; Kháfí Khán, p. 212). He was nicknamed Paháṛí (Bad. II, 378). He was sabzrang (of a livid complexion), thin, and tall (Tuzuk). A daughter of his was married to Prince Parwíz, Jahángír’s son (Tuzuk), p. 38.)

    Sulṭán Dányál was born at Ajmír, on the 10th Jumáda I., 979, and died of delirium tremens, A. H. 1013. Kháfí Khán, I. p. 232, says, the news of his death reached Akbar in the beginning of 1014. He was called Dányál in remembrance of Shaikh Dányál, a follower of Mu’ín i Chishtí, to whose tomb at Ajmír Akbar, in the beginning of his reign, often made pilgrimages. Dányál married, in the beginning of 1002, the daughter of Qulij Khán (No. 42), and towards the end of 1006, Jánán Begum, a daughter of Mírzá ‘Abdurrahím Khán Khánán (Kháfí Khán, p. 213), and was betrothed to a daughter of Ibráhím ‘A´dilsháh of Bíjápúr; but he died before the marriage was consummated. He had three sons:—1. Ṭahmúras, who was married to Sulṭán Bahár Begum, a daughter of Jahángír. 2. Báyasanghar (). 3. Hoshang, who was married to Hoshmand Bánú Begum, a daughter of Khusrau. Besides, he had four daughters whose names are not mentioned. One of them, Buláqí Begum, was married to Mírzá Wálí (Tuz., p. 272). Ṭahmúras and Hoshang were killed by A´çaf Khán after the death of Jahángír (vide Proceedings, As. Society of Bengal, for August 1869). Nothing appears to be known regarding the fate of Báyasanghar. Vide Calcutta Review for October, 1869.

    Dányál is represented as well built, good looking, fond of horses and elephants, and clever in composing Hindústaní poems.

    IV. Commanders of Five Thousand.
    4. Sulta´n Khusrau, eldest son of Prince Salím [Jahángír].

    Jahángír’s wives (Tuzuk, p. 84, and Preface, p. 6). A daughter of Rájah Bhagawán Dás, married in 993, gave birth, in 994, to Sulṭánunnisá Begum [Kháfí Khán, Sulṭán Begum], and in 995 to Prince Khusrau. She poisoned herself with opium in a fit of madness apparently brought on by the behaviour of Khusrau and her younger brother Madhú Singh, in 1011 (Kháfí Khán, p. 227). 2. A daughter of Rái Rái Singh, son of Rái Kalyan Mal of Bíkánír, married 19th Rajab 994. Bad. II, p. 353. She is not mentioned in the Tuzuk among Jahángír’s wives. 3. A daughter of Odai Singh, [Mot’h Rájah], son of Rájah Máldeo, married in 994. The Tuzuk (p. 5) calls her Jagat Gosáyiní. She is the mother of Sháhjahán, and died in 1028, (Tuzuk, p. 268). 4. A daughter of Khwájah Hasan, the uncle of Zain Khán Kokah. She is the mother of Prince Parwíz. She died 15th Tír, 1007. 5. A daughter of Rájah Keshú Dás Rát’hor. She is the mother of Bahár Bánú Begum (born 23rd Shahríwar 998). 6. and 7. The mothers of Jahándár and Shahryár. 8. A daughter of ‘Alí Rái, ruler of little Thibet (Bad. II, 376), married in 999. 9. A daughter of Jagat Singh, eldest son of Rájah Mán Singh (Tuzuk, p. 68). 10. Mihrunnisá Khánum, the widow of Sher Afkan. On her marriage with Jahángír she received the title of Núr Mahall, and was later called Núr Jahán. (Tuz. p. 156). Jahángír does not appear to have had children by Núr Jahán.

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  9. U know I was weeping when akbr was crieng for atgha ohhhhh very sad yar very sad and lottery my mother was asking why r u crying
    I said ” mom felling sleepy hahahahahahahhhhah lame
    Atgha we will miiis. U 🙁 🙁 🙁 savor of sweeeeeet Akbar ohhhgg

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  12. 1:00 pm not this pm after noon

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  14. atgah khan should ve never died …. and ahdam put himself there… why his mother cant realize he was attackin jalal that’s why he looks for what he deserves foolish woman

  15. BUT NOW who will be the next guardian after Atgah saab and what will happen to jodhas babies, y will they not live longer then a month? I am sure the writers can change that, its a serial, we don’t want the real life story to be played, get rid of all the evil and make this show a happy one, show more of chaand begum and her daughter, make maha chuchak turn good and move back to the palace. make maham realize her mistake and become good. show the world that change can happen to the worst of people, spread some light…..death and war is all dark.

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    1. wellll doneeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee………………………………………………………………………………………….

  18. In the beginning of 1569, Akbar was gladdened by the news that his first Hindu consort, Heer Kunwari was expecting a child, and that he might hope for the first of the three sons promised by Sheikh Salim Chisti, a reputed holy man who lived at Sikri. An expectant Heer was sent to Sheikh’s humble dwelling at Sikri during the period of her pregnancy. On August 30, 1569, the boy was born and received the name Salim, in acknowledgement of his father’s faith in the efficacy of the holy man’s prayers.[18]

    Her title, Mariam-uz-zamani, ‘the Mary of the Age’, has been mistaken sometimes with Akbar’s mother, whose title was Mariam-makani, ‘dwelling with Mary’.[13] Apart from the title of Mariam-uz-Zamani, Heer also held the title of Wali Nimat Begam which literally means the Gift of God. She held this title throughout her lifetime and even issued farmans (official documents) using this title.[19]

  19. U r right ash.haz i also read it in the wiki. 😉

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