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The village people have assembled in Mangroo's courtyard and marriage preparations of Champa is in full swing. Phulwa teases Champa about the groom and later positions a mirror in such a way that Champa could see the groom. The women sing various marriage songs while the children have fun. Champa asks Phulwa to accompany her to her new house and stay there for some time. Phulwa refuses saying that someone intelligent needs to stay back at home to manage everything.
After a while, Mangroo places a table in front of the baraatis; he then brings a plate laden with gifts for the groom and places it in front of him. Hemvati also brings food for all the baraatis, as well as the groom and his Father, and keeps the dishes in front of them. The groom looks at the gifts and is suddenly upset to see the watch. Mangroo and Hemvati requests him to eat but he stay quiet and doesn't budge. His Father then comes and sits beside him and asks him why he is being so sullen. The groom replies that he had expected a watch with a chain, and not with a simple leather strap. His Father tells him that this is a small thing and could be solved immediately. The groom tells his Father that as a Father he has never given anything to him, and today was his day and that he wanted a watch with a chain. Otherwise he wasn't in any mood to marry.
The groom's Father goes to Mangroo goes to Mangroo and tells him about the groom's wish. Mangroo immediately agrees to replace the watch and sends Babu with it. The groom is happy. Mangroo requests the baraatis to eat before the marriage ceremony takes place.
Suddenly, the Senior Thakur and his son (Jr. Thakur) arrive at Mangroo's home with the Sarpanch. Mangroo and Hemvati welcomes them inside and tells the Sr. Thakur that it is indeed a great honour for them to have the Sr. Thakur there in there house for their daughter's marriage. Sr. Thakur assures Mangroo that his stars are indeed shining. He mentions that his Mother, who is bedridden, has also come to bless the couple. Mangroo and Hemvati are overjoyed to see Ammaji in their courtyard. Ammaji blesses them and tells them that though her main illness is related to heart, yet it is because of the heart's call that she has come there.
The Panditji asks Mangroo and Hemvati to bring the bride out as time for the marriage has come. While the marriage ceremony is about to start, Jr. Thakur tells Sr. Thakur that he is not convinced that Lakhiya and his wife can do any major damage and tells his Father that he doesn't trust them. Sr. Thakur tells his son to look at the happiness in Sona's face which implies that she is definitely going to succeed in her plan and that time has come for the same. Chunni comes with glasses of sherbet and offers them to the Sarpanch, the Sr. Thakur and the Jr. Thakur. While the Sarpanch and the Sr. Thakur picks up their glasses, the Jr. Thakur waves away Chunni and glares at her. Chunni tells him that the sherbet is icy cold and will cool him down. The Jr. Thakur gets angry and lifts his hand to strike Chunni, but the Sr. Thakur controls him.
Now, the ceremony is going on in full force and the garland exchange ceremony also takes place. The baraatis pick up the groom so that Champa is unable to put the garland around his neck. Ramsharan brings a chair and places it in front of Champa. Champa climbs up the chair and places the garland around her groom's neck. Once the marriage is complete, the bride and groom take blessings from everybody. Phulwa tells Ramsharan that indeed she would have to wait to grow up so that she could exchange garlands with Ramsharan easily. Ramsharan laughs and pats her cheek.
While all this is happening, Sona tries to sneak away from the celebrations. She accidentally drops the packet from her hand, then picks it up and hurries inside the house. Chunni sees her with the packet and is suspicious. She tells Phulwa what she has seen.
Inside the room, Sona empties the packet contents on a plateful of Prasad and mixes it vigorously. Phulwa enters the room and sees her; she questions Sona about what she has mixed in the Prasad. Sona alleges that Phulwa is unnecessarily harassing her and that she has not mixed anything in the food. Hemvati enters the room at that point of time, looking for the puja ka thali. She is suspicious seeing Sona and Phulwa inside the room and asks whether everything is fine or not. Sona tells that everything is fine. Hemvati is about to go away when Phulwa stops her and tells her that she had seen Sona mixing some white coloured powder in the prasad. She tells her Mother that it is Sona who had asked her to keep the umbrella inside the room when they found the black cat; it was Sona again who sent Champa to the terrace when the crows attacked her. She further tells Hemvati that Sona is not a good person. Sona feels humiliated. Hemvati doesn't know who to believe as Sona swears that she has not done so. Hemvati then tells that there is one way to solve the problem – that she would eat a bit of the prasad to find out the truth. She however warns Phulwa that it better not be a prank. Phulwa swears on her neem tree that she is telling the truth. Hemvati is about to eat the prasad when Phulwa stops her and says that actually Sona should be eating the prasad since she is claiming that she has not mixed anything in it.
Sona agrees to eat the prasad and picks up a small portion with trembling hands. Phulwa and Hemvati look at her intently.
Precap : Sona eats the prasad and makes a strange face.
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