Today’s episode of Mahabharat brings all the drama and entertainment as Arjun wins the Swayamvar and wins Draupadi. She puts the Jaimala around his neck and thereby chooses him as her husband. The Pandava brothers rejoice Arjun’s victory and are happy to see him with his bride. But things take a drastic turn after they return home with Draupadi.
As Arjun lifts his bow and the arrow everyone starts interrupting and raises an objection against it.
All of them wonders about how could a Bhramin can take part in this contest which was only meant for the Kshatriyas. And to reply to him, Shri Krishna, who is Drapuadi’s best friend, reminds him of how he defeated him in the battle that took place in Mathura. Thus, he diverts people’s attention and also justifies Arjun’s participation in the Swayamvar.
Eventually, the Pandavas take Draupadi to their humble abode. Arjun ends up committing a sin by calling Draupadi a “Bhiksha” (alms that he has collected), and Kunti asks him to share it with his brothers, even without seeing what the “Bhiksha” is. But after learning that she has committed a blunder, Kunti scolds Arjun for referring to his wife as Bhiskha.
This leads to confusion and for the help, Lord Shri Krishna rushes to help. Shri Krishna reminds Drapaudi of her wishes that she had asked for, during her previous birth. Draupadi had wanted a husband, who epitomizes Dharma (like Yudhishthira), someone who is the strong (like Bhim), someone who is the best archer in the world (Arjun), someone who is the most handsome (like Nakul) and someone who has tremendous patience (like Sahadev).
Therefore, Shri Krishna tells that one must think twice before making a wish because they may not be able to handle it. He also slams Arjun for equating Drapaudi to “Bhiksha” and also condemns Kunti’s for telling her sons to share Draupadi, without even seeing her.
Meanwhile, Vidur informs Dhritrashtra about the Pandavas and tells them about Draupadi’s swayamvar. Later, both Dhritrashtra and Bhishma Pitamah ask Vidur to visit Kampilya to bring the Pandavas back to Hastinapur along with Draupadi. But elsewhere, Shakuni, Duryodhan, Dusshasan, and Karna chalk out a plan to remove the Pandavas from their path.