You will know who gets blessed by the Adhikadavur ancestors today. Will it be Mithra or Parvathy? Both Mithra and Parvathy performed the three-day long puja to get the acceptance and the blessings of Adithya’s forefathers. The puja was not only meant for adding the prefix Adhikadavur but also become an integral part of the family. The Sphatiga Mala kept in the puja room will be yardstick to find out if Mithra succeeded in her attempt.
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Akhilandeshwari, who had kept an eye on Mithra since day one of the Puja, asks her, Vanaja and Uma to let her see the Sphatiga Mala when they block her view. She had told Mithra that if the colour of the Sphatiga Mala remains as it is, then it would indicate her success and if it turns dark, then it would mean she has failed in her attempt to impress the Adhikadavurs.
Will the Sphatiga Mala remain as it is? If yes, then has the trio of Mithra, Vanaja and Uma replaced it with a new one? For the unversed, Parvathy had secretly performed the Munnorgal puja in Adhithya’s bedroom. It will be interesting to see if she gets blessed by Adithya’s ancestors.
For those who joined in late, here’s the summary of the last few episodes. Purushothaman wants to ask Akhilandeshwari to accept Adithya-Paarvathy’s relationship and telling her to give her acceptance as his birthday present. Vanaja, who learns about Purushothaman’s plan, hatches a counter plan to ruin it. She wants Akhilandeshwari to accept Mithra as the daughter-in-law of the house before Purushothaman talks to her about Adithya and Parvathy. Will Akhilandeshwari accept Mithra?
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