Sindoora has the offering that Vidya gives, and smiles. Meanwhile, Aniket tries hard to write. Sindoora then comes to his room and throws away the faulty tablets that she used to give him. She promises to herself that Aniket will regret having recovered! Aniket wonders what Sindoora's ploy is in making him all right because she knows that he will expose her. On the other hand, Sagar gifts Vidya a sari and asks her to wear it. He tells Vidya that he's the happiest and luckiest man in the world, and thanks her. Sagar promises never to leave her and asks her to always bare her problems to him. Vidya feels terrible. The next morning, Vidya is amused as well as touched when Sagar brings her a gourmet breakfast. Meanwhile, Rajiv writes a letter to Mahua and asks Bharat to give it to her. However, Hema takes it from Bharat. Meanwhile, Sindoora overhears Sagar expressing shock over Balwant's death. Sindoora is relieved!
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?