Joined: 27 August 2008
Bheemdev told Shobha that they had to step outside the palace so that he could train her in martial skills. Shobha got apprehensive as she rememberes her promise to Gayatri Devi that she would not leave the palace without her permission.
Shobha refuses to go, however, Bheemdev pays no heed to her request and compels her to come along with him. He tells her that while he was returning from Aaravli, he had seen an open space, which according to him, was perfect to conduct their training.
The Prime Minister of Bharuch orders the construction workers to finish the construction of the path towards Devpatan before the rainy season begins. He adds that Dadda had arranged a place near the construction site for workers to eat well and rest. One of the workers assures the Minster that the path would be constructed within the given time period.
While Shobha continues to practice her archery skills in the open, she gets distracted when a ball hits her arrow. Shobha notices that the road on other side was under construction. The ball belonged to a girl living with her parents near the construction site.
Bhanuman, who is supervising the construction workers, gets surprised when he notices Shobha. While spying on Shobha, Bhanuman learns that Bheemdev was assisting the princess in her martial skills.
Bhanuman informs Indumati about it. He decides to take advantage of the situation and create a rift between Shobha and Gayatri Devi. Indumati gets elated on hearing the plan.
On reaching Ghazni, Jalaluddin informs Mahmud Ghaznavi that the little girl whom they were finding was none other than the princess of Bhrauch, Shobha. Baba Hazarat believes that Shobha was Dadda's daughter. Jalaluddin clarifies that Shobha was Dadda's brother, Kirit Chalukya's daughter.
Mahmud Ghaznavi orders Baba Hazrat to send their military forces to India immediately.
Joined: 31 March 2011
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