By Divya Solgama(05 Apr 2008)
Gomti gives birth to her son and dies. Along with her, her husband also dies. Ram, the boy's father leaves his son with a priest. The priest names him Bachua. The boy grow up, amidst a lot of abusing by the village boys & girls. God appears before Bachua and releases him of all his troubles and names him Gyanabhagat. Gyanabhagat grows up releasing all the pains and problems of people. Draught hits the village but very soon Maa Jwala Mukhi brings in rain. Birju, a local zamindar tries to kill Gyanabhagat but very soon he too has to come to the feet of Maa Jawala Mukhi. A tantrik tries to challenge the power of the almighty god but loses his challenge. One day Gyanabhagat on his way to a temple was summoned by Lord Akbar to his court. Akbar too challenged the power of the almighty god. He tried to put off fire by covering it with a metal cover which failed and again with water but failed again. At last Akbar is complelled to come bare footed to Maa Jwala Mukhis temple to worship her.