By Sarathi Guha(03 Apr 2008)
Jibananda is a drunkard debanched cherecterless zamindar. Ekkari is his companion in all sinful deeds and greed for money. Sorashi is the priestess in the local Chandi temple. She is adamant and responsible, but stubborn and honest. In a centain section of the society she has immense influence. Jibananda knew Sorashi. When he was young, he married her. Then she was known as Alaka. During extreme debanchery and toture Jibananda realised Sorashi is actually her ex-wife Alaka. Aalka also identifies Jibananda. Sorashi was forced to stay whole night in the drunk Jibananda's house. It created a ripple amongst the local villagers when they come to know about this incidence. But Sorashi gave a legal statement to the police and magistate that she went to the zamindar's house villingly. Jibananda was freed from all offences due to this statement. But the village leaders were very strict to their decision. Sanbeswar Shiromani Mr Chowdhury, Janardan Bapu decided not to asssign the responsibility of a priestess of the temple to Sorashi any more. Nirmal, son-in-law of Sabeswar Shiromani, is very impressed by the attitude and inteligence of Sorashi. Probably he is in love with her. Nirmal's wife understands Nirmal's intention through she has a high regard for Sorashi also. In the meantime for no reason Jibananda goes against Sorashi. He wants to get near her. But as Sorashi opposes this Jibananda gets angry and tries to evict her from her shelter. Sagan and his team wait for Sorashi's order to fight against jibananda. But Sorashi is totally dispassionate. She leaves the temple. But the end mightly Jibananda realises his faulto and surrenders to Sorashi.