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Posted: 24 February 2011 at 10:06pm | IP Logged

Mangroo and Heera meet Rakesh from whom Mangroo had purchased the seeds, fertilizers, etc. Mangroo tells him that someone has spread salt on his land and that he needed medicine urgently as otherwise his crop as well as land will both be spoilt. He requests Rakesh to loan him some medicine. Rakesh tells him that he cannot offer any more loans to Mangroo; rather he was coming to meet him and ask for his payment. Mangroo is shocked. At that time, the Sr. Thakur arrives over there. After hearing everything, he tells Rakesh to give medicines for the crop to Mangroo, against the land. Mangroo understands the Thakur's game but says that it's important to save his land first. Rakesh tells the Thakur that he doesn't deal with land and stuff; he simply wants his money back. He requests the Thakur to look into the matter since he has an urgent need for money. The Thakur tells Rakesh to give the medicine to Mangroo, who would pay back the amount after 2 days. Rakesh calculates that the total amount would be Rs. 25,000/-. Mangroo tells the Thakur that it is impossible for him to raise Rs. 25,000/- in two days. The Thakur laughs at him and tells him that he would surely be able to do that, since he and his family has been causing miracles in the village recently. The Thakur adds that in case Mangroo still finds it impossible to gather the money, then he should simply come over to the Thakur's haveli with the paper for the land. The Thakur then goes away, leaving a bewildered Mangroo behind.

 

Mangroo and Heera go back to the land with the medicine. Everybody joins hands to spread the medicine across the field bur Imarti guesses that something is troubling Mangroo. Phulwa asks her Father if the problem has been solved; Mangroo assures that everything is under control. Heera feels guilty seeing Mangroo's family in trouble.

 

Back at home, Mangroo tells the truth to Imarti who is of the opinion that the Thakurs are behind all the happenings. She questions how the Thakurs would know otherwise that Mangroo was going to meet Rakesh. Mangroo tells his wife that the Thakurs will not let them breathe contentedly until they get the plot of land. He wonders whether handing over the land to the Thakurs would solve the problem and let their children grow up in a debtless, stress-free world. Imarti is surprised at Mangroo's suggestion and tells him that the land belongs to their children and that they would not give it away. She assures him that they would find a way to come out of the problem. Mangroo requests her not to tell the children as otherwise it would break their heart.

 

Phulwa and Babu listen to their parents' conversation and feel sad for their predicament. Phulwa tells Babu that they would surely do something to help their parents so that they could keep the land to themselves.

 

Next morning, Champa is doing household work when she comes across Ramcharan. Her m-i-l sees the two standing in front of each other and tells them that they need to stand beside each other and start their journey. Champa comes inside and sits down to cook, when Ramcharan tells his Mother that he is going outside to look for some work. His mother asks about the previous job that he was doing. Ramcharan tells her that he is bored of being an ice candy man and wants to do some other work. His Mother caustically remarks that since he is leaving his new wife behind at home, when there is a muh-dikhayi ritual at home that day, he might as well leave Champa back with her parents. RC is surprised. But his Mother continues that he is failing as a husband since he has not even noticed that Champa is not wearing a mangalsutra, which is the mark of every married woman. RC is ashamed, but his Mother gives him a mangalsutra and asks him to tie around Champa's neck. RC goes to Champa and hands over the mangalsutra to her, only to be scolded by his Mother, following which he ties the mangalsutra around her neck. Champa is happy.

 

On the other side, Mangroo and Imarti have gone to the village goldsmith to pawn the little jewellery they have. Mangroo is unhappy to see Imarti offering her mangalsutra up for pawning, but Imarti tells him that their land is much more valuable. She then decides to sell the jewellery, much to Mangroo's unhappiness. The goldsmith pays them Rs. 10,000/- for the assorted stuff. Mangroo wonders from where they would get the remaining money. Imarti consoles him and tells him that they would surely be able to arrange for the rest.

 

Phulwa and Babu come across the village godown where men are loading packed gunny bags onto the waiting trucks. They see the owner paying money to the men working there and helps one villager lift his load. The owner sees Phulwa and calls her; both Phulwa and Babu tells him that they want to help their parents and was hence looking for some job. The owner shows them a poster against child labour and excuses himself from making a mistake. Phulwa and Babu does some odd jobs here and there and manage to get Rs. 16/- between them.

 

Imarti sells the copper utensils and gets some money, while Mangroo sells his watch. Sona and Ramdei see them at the village market and laughs at their misfortune.

 

At that time, Chunni comes along with his Father's cycle and tells them that she was practicing to participate in the cycle race and win the first prize of Rs. 5000/- , but she falls down. Phulwa helps her get up while Babu picks up the cycle. Phulwa tells Chunni about the happenings with Rajesh, Chunni is upset and decides to speak to her Father immediately; she requests Phulwa to bring the cycle home. Seeing Babu pedal the cycle, Phulwa has an idea and asks Babu whether he would be able to ride the cycle comfortably.

 

Precap : Mangroo and Imarti are talking, Mangroo tells Imarti that he almost feels that they have not sold commodities but have today sold their dreams and precious shared moments.

 

 

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Posted: 25 February 2011 at 10:47am | IP Logged
When I watch this serial, I feel like I am watching the millions of real Indian farmers...both in today's and yesterday's world.

I only pray that the farmers in tomorrow's world will not need to deal with such atrocities. After all, we can have 4 cars and change cells phones every month, but even the richest guy still can't eat that metal...he needs food. ANd we, as humans, need to be fair to the farming community. 

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Posted: 25 February 2011 at 11:43am | IP Logged
@poetic your update helps a lot.misses some part.

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Posted: 25 February 2011 at 3:58pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by mahmansma

When I watch this serial, I feel like I am watching the millions of real Indian farmers...both in today's and yesterday's world.

I only pray that the farmers in tomorrow's world will not need to deal with such atrocities. After all, we can have 4 cars and change cells phones every month, but even the richest guy still can't eat that metal...he needs food. ANd we, as humans, need to be fair to the farming community. 

Very well said Thumbs Up

@bold: farmers don't get what they deserve. They are the hard-working ones, not just in India, but everywhere. Yet, it is the politicians and CEOs who make millions with doing not even half as much work as farmers do. 


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Posted: 25 February 2011 at 10:28pm | IP Logged
Actually, it is the farming community who is the worst treated everywhere and they have to make do for little in order to save their lands.
 
Very pathetic indeed!

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