Shiv Shakti (Colors) 26th March 2024 Written Episode Update: Devi Adishakti’s Shandamata Avatar

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The episode starts with Kartikeya continuing to cry profusely feeling guilty for injuring his mother unknowingly. Narayan asks how to calm down Kartikeya now. Shiv says whether it’s physical or mental trauma, a mother’s love can heal it. Devi Parvati takes Skanda maata avatar sitting no a lion and holding Kartikeya on her lap. Narayan says Devi Adishakti’s this avatar will be called as Shanda maata avatar, it shows how motherhood can heal a child’s pain. Brahamadev says Skanda mata is holding lotus in her hands as Kartikeya used to play with lotus in his childhood. Narad says he is honored to see Skanda maata avatar. Laxmi and Saraswati say Shanda mata is an epitome of motherhood. Shiv says each mother of the universe is Skanda maata.

Narad asks Shiv if they can play dev holi. Shiv says Indradev is still angry on Kartikeya, Shani’s effect is still on, and there is a panic situation in the world, how can he think of performing holi. Narad apologizes. Shiv smiles and says they can surely celebrate holi. He asks Kartikeya if he feeling calm down. Kartikeya says yes. Skanda maata asks if he has any guilt now. Kartikeya says no. Shani is shocked to see his vakra dristi effect vanishing on Kartikeya and tries to throw vakra dristi on Kartikeya again. Shukracharya asks Diti to stop Shani from disturbing a mother and son bond and reminds Shani that his mother bought him up when his father disowned him. Shani stops.

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Suryadev asks Indradev if they shall celebrate holi. Indradev says killing Rambh’s son before he enters the world is important than playing holi. He disguises as a tiger and tries to attack Shyamala. Rambh warns him to dare not come near his child before he is born and shoos him away.

Precap: Shiv and Kartikeya play holi with devotees.