Awasthya is still baffled by the decision of Lord Parshuram. He shares his state of mind with Ayushman. Ayushman assures him that Adiguru has lot of faith in his talent and all he needs to reach his potential is focus and self control. Ayushman taunts Awasthya to make him angry. When Awasthya gets angry, Ayushman asks him to focus his anger at a singular point. Awasthya focuses his energy and destroys a boulder using a blast of fire. Ayushman congratulates his friend on showing control for the first time. Now Ayushman throws objects from multiple positions and asks Awasthya to destroy each object in a controlled fashion. After initial failures Awasthya masters control and begins to control his powers. Hanuman and Parshuram reach Kripacharya. They are surprised and promise to fight Indrajeet but also profess their constraint of protecting Indi and training Avasthya. Ugra and the leeder of veesaachs try to venture into the forest along with a band of werewolves. The panthers scare the werewolves but find it difficult to contain the leader of veesachs. Just then the white tiger gets ready to attack the duo when a voice stops him. The Van Devi appears in the scene. She is looking extremely relaxed though she knew the intent of the duo. She gives them a final warning to leave. Sulochna takes indrajeet to Lanka. Indrajeet is surprised to find himself in the forests of Lanka. He persistently asks Sulochna about her identity but she answers him in riddles. Vibheeshan is meditating in the jungles of Lanka. (The audience will not know about his identity which shall be revealed only in next episode). He becomes perturbed by the presence of evil forces in the forest of Lanka. He spots and spies behind Sulochna and indrajeet. Indrajeet and sulochna reach an ancient cremation ground which is in ruins. She finally reveals that she is the spirit of sulochna who is still loitering around in search of salvation. Vibheeshan moves quietly away from the scene. He stops in front of a huge hedge and pushes a pulley. On the last page we show that a secret hangar is exposed where the ancient pushpak viman is kept.
Previously in Moksha Indi’s parents die trying to protect her from wolf-like demons in the Hindu Kush Mountains. Lord Hanuman hears Indi’s distress call and comes out of deep meditation and saves her. He promises Indi’s dying father that he would take care of her. At Indi’s father’s workshop they find a mysterious gift left for Indi by her father. Suddenly, wild wolves attack them. A beautiful white tiger fights the wolves, chasing them away. Unknown to Indi, the fearsome white tiger is the guardian of the fascinating divine gift which hides more than it reveals. The tiger wants them to follow it into the forest. The chief of the attacking wolf-demons is badly injured and humiliated, and plots revenge. His unwelcome guide the fearsome High Priest Vadrak warns him that soon evil personified is about to appear. Meanwhile, in Naraka, Yamaraja’s abode, a mighty intruder has stolen the scythe which has the power to steal souls, and provides immense power to the wielder. The thief is none other than Indrajeet, the son of the mighty demon Ravana. With the scythe, Indrajeet captures the souls of some sages who have been indulging in Black Magic and makes them his slaves. Indrajeet orders the sages to go across the lands and spread the news that the Wish Master has arrived. Unexpectedly, an extremely alluring and mysterious woman appears and mesmerizes Indrajeet. She seems to have great powers. She tantalizes Indrajeet before disappearing as suddenly as she appeared, confounding him. Meanwhile, at the Ashram of the Bhargavas, Avasthya, a young student, starts shooting firebolts from his entire body. He seems to have no control over these. He is punished and left standing in the cold night. Avasthya is attacked by Veesachs- flesh-eating demons. Lord Parashurama appears and slaughters many Veesachs with His powerful Axe. Suddenly, fire comes out of Avasthya’s eyes, and one Veesach is burnt to ashes. Later, students are talking about the next day’s competition to decide the best student. Avasthya seems quite sure that he will be declared the best student. Ayushman, a calm and serious student, cautions Avasthya regarding his overconfidence. Lord Parshuram overhears the conversation and is amused at Avasthya’s boasts.