Maat Pitaah Ke Charnon Mein Swarg

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Maat Pitaah Ke Charnon Mein Swarg
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inter-title of Maat Pitaah Ke Charnon Mein Swarg
Genre Drama
Created by Director's Kut Productions
Written by Zama Habib
Garima Goyal
Salil Sand
M.P. Anamika
Directed by Rajan Shahi
Creative director(s) Rajan Shahi
Salil Sand
Starring See below
Voices of Alka Yagnik
Naveen Tripathi
Theme music composer Naveen - Manish
Opening theme "Maat Pitaah Ke Charnon Mein Swarg"
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of seasons 01
No. of episodes 245
Producer(s) Rajan Shahi
Location(s) Vrindavan
Editor(s) Sameer Gandhi
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time Approx. 24 minutes
Production company(s) Director's Kut Productions
Original network Colors TV
Picture format 720i (SDTV)
Original release 29 June 2009 (2009-06-29) – 4 June 2010 (2010-06-04)

Maat Pitaah Ke Charnon Mein Swarg (English: There's Heaven In The Foots Of Parents) is an Indian television series based on the concept of love, emotion, and respect among children and parents.[1] The series premiered on Colors on 29 June 2009, and is produced by Rajan Shahi. This follows the story of Shubh, who faces many ups and downs in his life but always tries to obey and serve his parents.


Shubh, the only son of Kamla and Satyanarayan Tripathi, is a bright and affectionate boy. He is handicapped and needs an operation on one of his legs. However, Kamla dies in a stampede while trying to raise enough money to pay for Shubh's operation. Satyanarayan gets remarried to Yashoda, who is very fond of Shubh. Even though the Tripathi family is able to raise enough money, doctors reveal that it is too late for Shubh's operation. Shubh grows up into a mature and responsible young man. He dotes on his younger brothers (Yashoda and Satyanarayan's sons) Arjun and Ansh. Being handicapped, Shubh has to face many insults and disappointments, but remains unwavering in his devotion to God and to his parents. Satyanarayan especially trusts Shubh. Arjun marries Lolita and Shubh marries Suhani. Then, Arjun and Lolita start poisoning Yashoda's mind against Shubh and Suhani. As a result, Yashoda's love for Shubh begins to waver. This leads to a series of complications, with Shubh and Suhani leaving the Tripathi house, Suhani vanishing and being found but with a changed appearance, and Arjun taking over the control of the household with Lolita's help. In the end, all gets well, though the Tripathi family suffers some irreversible losses in the process.



  1. ^ "Swarg from June 29". 17 June 2009. 

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