The deities pay their gratitude to Mahadev. Parvati becomes sad on recalling Mahadev's annoyance for her. Suggesting Sati to find a way to fulfil her desires along with her responsibilities, Madanike instigates a ray of hope in Sati. Shukracharya warns him not to offend Him Naresh. Menavati scolds Parvati for associating with the Sadhus. But, Sati gets worried to find her guards missing at the river side.
Sati, with her two maids, Jaya and Niyati set out in search lotuses. Maharshi Dadhichi, Kashyap and other saints appeal to Lord Shiva to save the earth from Tarakasur's attack. Mahadev announces to create the Upanishads so that the scholars can gain the divine knowledge which is hidden in the Vedas. Lord Vishnu tries to convince her, but in vain. Mahadev decides to leave Kashi. Ravana becomes delighted on learning about the same. He tries to kill Parvati, but stops on recalling about Vrinda.
Jalandhar learns that he needs Adishakti to destroy Mahadev. Sati conveys Prasuti that she has to obey Daksh's order. He tells her that he wants to use Parvati as a weapon to fight against Mahadev. A distressed Nandi comes running to Mahadev informing him about Daksh out-casting the descendants of the Lord Vishwakarma. Vritrasur, the most powerful warrior of the demons will keep a watch on the spring festival.
He blesses Sati with all happiness and asks her to realize her dream. Daksh assures her that revenge on Shiva is the biggest purpose of his life. Listening to Rishi Kashyap about Nandi being Lord Shiva's carrier, Sati gets jolted and runs to meet Prajapati Daksh. Prasuti confronts Prajapati Daksh and asks him to see Brahma Dev and discuss the issue. The Shivgans answer the questions wittily.
Daksh gets furious on learning the same. Tarakasur calls himself immortal and mocks at Narad Muni. He informs Narad that Rishi Halahal will take care of Manasa. Daksh is angry at Sati's acts and decides to punish her death but Prasooti begs Daksh to forgive her. Instead of seeking blessing from Daksh, Mahadev blesses Daksh. She reaches Lord Shiva and pleads with him to open his eyes and instruct her how she can improve herself to be his wife. Meanwhile, Mahadev is worried about Sati and inauspicious happenings during the yagya.
Attracted completely to the rhythm of Mahadev's raga, Sati dances to the song. Meanwhile, Lord Brahma becomes impressed with Dirghasur for his devotion towards him. Sevakram narrates the story of Jata's love affair with a princess to Sati. Mahadev enlightens him about a true devotee. Narad muni, Chandrama and Nandi request Mahadev to visit Sati, but in vain. Vishnu tells Lakshmi that it is impossible to separate Mahadev and Parvati. Mahadev enlightens her about the importance of meditation.
She gains consciousness and refuses to let Parvati marry Mahadev. Sati realizes that she did a mistake of coming to Yagya and decides to go back and apologise to Lord Shiva. Mahadev and Bhilni perform their marriage rituals. Prasuti overhears Revati and Sati's conversation and assures her that she would speak to Chandrama. Daksh desires to marry Sati at the earliest and he asks Rishi to make arrangements for the marriage. Mahadev arrives to stop the war but fails to convince Tarakasur. Him Naresh is overwhelmed to meet his daughter Parvati and wife Menavati.
Stating the rules made by Daksh the reason of the conflicts and disputes, Mahadev forgives Rishi Dadhichi who blames himself for Shiva's dishonour. On seeing Parvati's fascination for Mahadev's dambroo, Meenavati scolds her. Him Naresh is worried as one of his informer informs him that Nagraj is planning to attack on him. Mahadev proceeds to Him Bhavan along with Nandi and Narad Muni to meet Parvati's parents. Parvati becomes sad on witnessing Mahadev's concern for Bhilni. But Tarakasur convinces him to take advantage of the situation and attack on the deities.