Sagar is embarrassed to see Vidya over-dressed and chides her. She mentions that Sindoora had suggested that she dress up but Sagar says that she must have surely misinterpreted Sindoora. Sagar starts dancing with other girls. Just then, Sagar's friend tries to misbehave with Vidya, so she slaps him. An annoyed Sagar apologises to his friend and takes Vidya away. He asks Vidya why she had to slap his friend, so she replies that he was too close for comfort. Sagar retorts that his friend only wanted to dance, and such things were commonplace in the city. Vidya replies that her values and upbringing do not approve of such actions. Sagar calms down and apologises. They promise not to hurt each other's sentiments again. Sindoora is furious seeing this and vows that Vidya and Sagar can never be together! On the other hand, Vidya thanks Lord Shambhunath and requests Him to make her worthy of Sagar soon. Just then, Harsh drags her outside and tries to convince Vidya that he can help her find Sagar's culprit but Sindoora comes just then. Sindoora threatens to call the police, so he runs away. Vidya tells Sindoora that Harsh keeps repeating that he has been trapped, so Sindoora advises her to ignore such people. Harsh who is hiding promises to expose Sindoora soon. Meanwhile, Shalu and Sagar continue to flirt to teach Hema a lesson, as Hema watches them in horror! Hema speaks ill about Shalu to Sagar but he remains unmoved! Later, Sindoora asks Vidya to make all the arrangements for a religious ceremony that she has kept later in the day and invited the neighbours as well. What is Sindoora's motive behind having this ceremony?
The compelling saga about a genteel, lovely but illiterate girl, Vidya who hails from the holy town of Benares in India, and marries Sagar under strange circumstances. Sagar is the son of a rich landlord but has been rendered intellectually challenged because of an accident. Sindoora, Sagar's eldest stepsister, is very greedy and wants to grab all of her deceased father's property that he had willed to Vidya before dying. She hates Vidya and spares no opportunity to humiliate and torture her, along with the help of her other two sisters, Mahua and Chandra. However, Vidya tries to keep the family united with her calm demeanour and extraordinary patience. With her love, she even manages to get Sagar on the right track and he eventually falls in love with her, but their new found happiness is short-lived. The plot takes an interesting twist when Sagar and Vidya get killed by Sindoora but they are reborn as Amar and Divya, respectively. Will they be able to avenge their death from Sindoora in their new life?