Mata Ki Chowki

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Mata Ki Chowki
MataKiChowki2.jpg
Promotional logo image for Mata Ki Chowki
Created by Swastik Pictures
Directed by Rajesh Ram Singh Imtiaz Punjabi , Ranjan Kumar Singh
Starring See below
Country of origin India
No. of episodes 845
Production
Running time Approx. 25 Minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Sahara One
Picture format 576i (SDTV),
Original run June 9, 2008 – October 7, 2011
External links
Website

Mata ki Chowki with the tag line Kalyug me bhakti ki shakti is a daily soap on the Hindi channel Sahara One that started airing from June 9, 2008 about a girl called Vaishnavi who is a great devotee of Mata Vaishno Devi.The show shows how the bhakti or devotion is a boon for people in this dark era of Kalyug.

Synopsis[edit]

Mata ki Chowki is a story of a girl called Vaishnavi, an adopted child of Pandit Vidyasagar and his wife Shraddha. Pandit Vindyasagar never loved her and never accepted her as his daughter. When slowly he started liking her, events started taking a twisting turn and after two years, her mother, Shraddha, dies giving birth to Sunakshi.The blame of her mother's death came on Vaishnavi and she started to be hated even more by her father.

From the early age of six, Vaishnavi develops immense interest and faith in “Ma Vaishno Devi”. She starts showing signs of being a super-normal child. She preaches about Mata, sings Jagratas, motivates people to follow Mata and rescues people from pain and misery. She is a true mata devotee.

The story takes another twist when Sunakshi runs away with her lover at the time of her marriage with Vansh. And this ends up Vaishnavi marrying Vansh and throwing herself into an unfamiliar world. Here, Vaishnavi meets Sheel Kumar (father-in-law), the evil force who takes advantage of her devotion towards Mata Vaishno Devi and her ability to motivate people.

Watch the show to know how the devotee of Mata Rani survives in the evil world and what all challenges she has to take.

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