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2014-09-27T21:12:14+05:30
The first episode where Ajabde was introduced...
Akbar and Pratap, unknown to each other's identity, make friends. One day, Akbar takes Tansen with him. They see two palaquins with many servants and soldiers. By mistake, Akbar catches a glimpse of the beautiful Phoolkunwar and becomes mesmerised. It so happened that the two princesses, Phool and Ajabde were staying right next to where Pratap and Akbar were staying. The next morning, Ajabde leaves to take a bath in the river. Pratap does the same. They are unknown to each other and another's actions. On the other hand, Akbar and Phool leave at the same time. Akbar was washing his face when he saw the palanquin pass. He gets into a fight with Phool's elder brother. But he does not see her. On the banks of the same river, on opposite sides, Ajabde and Pratap do their Surya puja. When both of them get into the water, Ajabde's 'Shivji ka mala' floats out of her neck and goes straight in to Pratap's neck. Both of them are unknown to this.
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2014-09-27T22:26:10+05:30
India has a rich and vibrant history.It was known as the magical country of rajas and maharajs who were known for their valour 
The life of the royal family of Maharana Pratap was depicted with finesse. The sets which are in a semi-arid region of Gujarat are magnanimous. In fact, the passersby on the highway adjoining it may be mistaken to think that it is an ancient historical site as it has been built with meticulous care and is very convincing.
The only downside of the show was that the Afghan head seemed to be painted in a too villainous avatar. Even if the Afghans were cruel and ruthless as shown in the series, maybe the reason as to why they were like that should be shown. Agreed that Maharana Pratap is the hero of this historical serial but that doesn’t mean that the enemy has to be portrayed as wholly wicked to simply things for the viewers as far as characterisation is concerned
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