Shobha Somnath Ki - Episode 127
Serial: Shobha Somnath Ki
Telecast Date: February 26, 2012
In the previous episode, Shobha told Mahmud Ghaznavi that they must reach Ghazani as soon as possible.
Mahmud Ghaznavi discusses with his generals the nearest route to reach Ghazani. The generals suggest that if they take the route towards the mountainous region they would reach faster. However it was risky to take that route as they may come have to withstand a sand storm. He adds that they won't be able to fix food for the soldiers if they select that certain route.
Shobha instigates Mahmud Ghaznavi to take the route towards the mountainous region.
Enamored with Shobham, the Sultan accepts her decision. Mahmud Ghaznavi's Generals and soldiers are left astonished to hear the decision.
On gaining consciousness, Chaula tells Bheemdev that she was leaving to save Shobha.
Vijaylaxmi tells Bheemdev that he too must accompany Chaula and save his love. Â
The duo immediately leaves from Devpatan.
Mahmud Ghaznavi gets apprehensive when he notices that none of his solders were around the treasury. He realizes that his treasury was in danger. He asks Shobha to sit inside the palanquin as he goes and checks the site.
Mahmud Ghaznavi gets exhausted trying to protect his treasury. He calls out to Shobha to give him water. He gets shocked when Shobha reveals her motive.
In anger, Mahmud Ghaznavi tries to kill her. Shobha finds a trishul and stabs Mahmud Ghaznavi. The injured Sultan removes his dagger and stabs Shobha.
An injured Shobha manages to stand up and climb a horse. She rides away from the spot.
Bheemdev and Chaula notices Shobha in an unconscious state. Before breathing her last, Shobha asks Bheemdev to marry Chaula and take care of her. She says that she was sure that Bheemdev would take good care of Bharuch and the subjects.
Reopening a remarkable chapter lost in the by-lanes of Bharuch and passed on as a legend by mothers to their daughters in Gujarat, Zee TV brings you 'Shobha Somnath Ki', a historical drama that narrates the awe-inspiring story of India's unsung heroine Shobha who stood tall and strong in the face of a fiery invasion by Mughal emperor Mahmud of Ghazni. No! She didn't wield the sword, she wasn't exactly the master of guerrilla warfare ... but she held an army of over 2 Lakh plunderers at ransom with the dexterity of a shrewd, agile mind.
Born to a mother who succumbs to the pain of delivering her, Shobha is bereft of parental love all through her childhood, particularly from a bitter father who holds her solely responsible for her mother's death. But the eternally hopeful and bright-eyed Shobha isn't one to give up easily. The story follows her journey as she learns all about love, life, valour and sacrifice from her closest relatives, the noble King Daddachalukya and his beautiful wife Maharani Gayatri Devi of Bharuch. The beauty of her bond with cousin Chaula as the two girls blossom into strikingly attractive women and the twists and turns of fate that drive Shobha to emerge as a torch-bearing heroine of her time form the crux of this tale. Her shrewd game-plan for saving her beloved homeland from the clutches of Mahmud Ghaznavi will be remembered by generations in the land of the Narmada.