At the end of the Mahabharata war, Arjuna goes on pilgrimage. In a twist of fate, he ends up challenging Devrishi Narad that no one could ever incite him to go against Lord Krishna. Will circumstance force him to go back on his word? How would the conflict between master and pupil be resolved?
After vanquishing the army of the Kauravas, the Pandava Brothers preside over Indraprastha, and Arjun takes a journey to worship Bhagwan Shri Shivji.
It is during this journey that he challenges Devrishi Narad that no one can instigate him to go against Lord Krishna. Arjun's words come back to haunt him when, on Subhadra's insistence, he is compelled to take up arms and go to war against Lord Krishna in order to protect Chitrasen - who had inadvertently offended Sage Gabal - leading to Lord Krishna's decision to behead the former with his Sudarshan Chakra. How will the battle between teacher and pupil be diffused?
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