By Sarathi Guha(03 Apr 2008)
This story revolves around a young couple - Kiriti and Tapasi. Tapasi's mother could not accept her daughter's wedding and brought her home. Tapasi's father dies of shock. Tapasi being well educated goes to a hill station for holidaying and meets a rich young man, named Kiriti. They fall in love. However Tapasi had wedded Bulu, a teenage village zamindar boy. A guilty feeling chases her everyday because she cannot forget her past. She decides to get married again, but her brother reminds her about her past though her mother wants the marriage to happen. Tapasi approaches her grandmother for help asks her what she ought to do. Her grandmother reminds her about Sita's "Agni pariksha" in Ramayan. Sita triumphed over every obstacle by the test. She hopes Tapasi would also emerge victorious after going through a similar test. Tapasi is determined to face the truth and she cames to the old village. She tries to meet Bulu, but sees Kiriti in front of her. She comes to know that Kirit is Bulu, her long lost love. She thus wins back her lost love and triumphs over her guilt..