In the beginning all the Begums consider Jodha responsible for placing the statues in the 'Haram'. But later everybody is convinced that it is Rukaiyaa who is responsible for breaking the Mughal Laws. Jodha learns about the statues and wonders who is trying to defame her. The news reaches Akbar and he immediately goes to Jodha to talk about it. He is convinced that Jodha has not done it. Rukaiyaan and Mahamanga try to convince the other Begums that Jodha is responsible for placing the statues at the various spots of 'Haram'. But Akbar is not convinced. He finds out that Rukaiyaa is the person responsible for those statues. He scolds Rukaiyaa for not playing fair. Jodha is pleased that Akbar trusted her. Jodha Akbar is a sixteenth century love story about a political marriage of convenience saga between a Mughal emperor, Akbar, and a Rajput princess, Jodhaa. But much more then that it's the marriage of contrasts. Subscribe to the channel by clicking http://www.youtube.com/user/zeetv?sub_confirmation=1 To watch more episodes from this show go to http://www.zeetv.com/
Jodha Akbar is a sixteenth century love story about a political marriage of convenience saga between a Mughal emperor, Akbar, and a Rajput princess, Jodhaa. But much more then that it's the marriage of contrasts.
Jallaludin Mohommad (Akbar) who had inherited his father, Humayan's Mughal Empire at the age of 13, after his father's death, had been brought up almost like a trained assassin by Bairam Khan, his father's supreme commander. Hard-nosed, rough, tough and heartless... and priding himself on the each of those facets of his personality, the only thing Akbar had learnt was to expand his empire - at the cost of others lives - at the cost of emotions - at the cost of love - the word he was never familiar with.
Whilst Jodha, the daughter of Raja Bharmal, the Rajput King of Amer (one of the most affluent Rajput Kingdom's of its time) valued each of those emotions - valued the life of even the birds and bees of her kingdom - she only hated the Mughal's whom she felt were intruding upon her land, and wanted to oust them from Rajputana, along with their Emperor Jallaluddin, whom she hated with her heart.
Little did Akbar know at the time of his marriage to Jodha, the fiery Rajput princess, in order to expand his empire into Rajputana, the land of the Valiant Rajputs, he would in turn be embarking upon a new journey - the journey of true love - he would discover the heart which he never felt he had - and it would throb for its rightful lover - Jodha.