On a stormy night, a male child is born, but his mother passes away due to complications. A temple priest is instructed by the divine mother herself to assume responsibility for the baby's care.
Blessed by Goddess Durga the blessed baby is nursed by a cow, Dhyanu Bhagat grows up performing miracles, curing the ill, and singing the praise of Devi Maa Durga.
He faces many opponents, including Satish, who believes that Dhyanu is wooing his fiancée, Paro. After witnessing Mughal troops' desecration of the Devi's Mandir, Dhyanu's biggest challenge will come from none other than Shahenshah Akbar himself who will ask him to convert to Din-i-Ilahi. How will prove his complete devotion to the divine mother? What influence will Dhyanu Bhagat's example have upon the mighty Mughal Emperor Akbar?