Posted: 19 December 2011 at 8:55pm | IP Logged
first scene starts with the last scene of Friday's episode - Murali's flute at
first lights up the 'diyaas', and then brings rain. Everybody in the 'raajsabha'
are surprised including the queen, Harinaath and Sudama (who is standing at one
corner of the 'sabha', behind a pillar). Paundrak too is astonished but still
dislikes the situation that Harinaath is defeated by MM.
Now Harinath becomes emotional,
with Respect in his eyes for MM, comes to Him (MM). Harinaath touches the feet
of MM and accepts his defeat saying that MM is indeed the 'greatest flute player'
of the world
. Then he (Harinaath) leaves the 'sabha'.
Paundrak realizes that now he
should touch the feet of MM to start his flute lesson. He remembers the scenes
when MM asked him to touch his feet as well as when they decided to have this Flute
Competition in the 'raajsabha'. So
Paundrak asks everyone of the 'sabha' to leave. After that, he comes in front
of MM but hesitates to bow down before Him
. MM waits patiently
. At last, Paundrak touches His feet and says – 'Hey Gurudev mujhe
and he also asks Him to teach him better flute playing than
Dwarikadheesh. MM answers- "Avashya Shishya, tumhe apni karmo ka uchit phal
Paundrak gets up and shows
interest to start his lessons at that very moment. But then he notices Sudama
behind a pillar. He goes to him and shouts
at him why he is there; he will gets
punished for his wrong action. But MM interferes saying that anger will not
help in his (Paundrak's) 'saadhna' to learn flute playing. He 'needs to become
sweet to gain enegy from inside', and then only he will be able to learn better
flute playing than Dwarikadheesh.
Now Paundrak again comes to
Sudama and instructs (with 'extra sweetness'
) him if he does not have any work
then he can very well take rest, as now the king will be busy with Flute
lessons. But then he also threatens him not to disclose anything about the
incident to anyone in future. Otherwise he will take 'gardaan' of Sudama, and
then he (Sudama) won't be able to chant - 'Jai Shri Krishna'. Hearing this, Sudama
. Paundrak becomes surprised and asks the reason. Sudama points
out that Paundrak just uttered 'Jai Shri Krishna' himself
. After Sudama leaves
the place, Paundrak gets furious
, but MM tells him to practice control over
anger, thr' controlling his breath.
Now the scene changes to
Dwarka, where Krishna along with JV is watching all these incidents.
Naaradji comes and asks how will the Lord destroy the sinners if they all
become his disciple? Krishna answers now he wants to see if Paundrak will have 'a change
of heart' ( i.e.- 'to leave the wrong path') or not. Naarad says MM is already
showing Paundrak the 'right path', but Krishna answers that it is the duty of a
guru to show the 'right path' to the student, but whether the student will be
able to follow it or not, depends on the 'vivek'
and the 'sanskaar'
of the particular
student. Naarad says- "Leeladhar, aap ki leela aap hi jaane" and takes his
MM starts flute training at the
garden of Paundrak. At first he teaches the basics like 'how' to hold a
flute properly, how to play it etc. Paundrak is unable to play it properly in
the beginning, so he decides to have a golden 'murali'
with heere/moti on it. But
MM explains as a blind man is unable to see the golden robe he wears, in the
same way if a person does not know 'how' to play a flute, the gold/ diamond on
it won't help him. MM also tells him to control
his anger, only then he will be able to create music thr' his 'murali'. MM
instructs Paundrak to start again with a 'peaceful mind'. This time Paundrak is
able to create somewhat sweet/better music. He gets excited!
Next MM starts a bit
tough 'taan', Paundrak tries to copy it (in very ordinay level). But still, MM
starts appreciating him saying "Ati uttam"!!
He praises the 'taan' by Paundrak saying
that it will make all go to sleep, by its sweetness; Paundrak is "Maha pratibhashaali"
and will be able to learn playing the flute in only 10-15 days! Paundrak
becomes really happy and again declares himself as 'Bhagwaan'! MM says even Krishna
will feel jealous after listening to such great 'taan' by Paundrak!
The brother of Paundrak sees
all this from a distance. He goes to 'Kaashiraaj' and 'Senapati' Durdhar. He expresses his suspicion
that this MM is not an ordinary person, he has some mystery, as he keeps on saying
sweet things in front of the king but after that, smiles at him also. 'Kaashiraaj' agrees and suspects that may be MM is doing some 'tantra vidya' on the King.
The brother of the king instructs 'Senapati' to keep a watch on MM all the
'Senapati' Durdhar instructs
his soldiers (or 'guptchars') to follow MM in every moment, whether he is doing
any 'tantra vidya' or any magic or offering any food to the king or not -
everything must be observed by them minutely.