Post Generation Leap, Parvati fights her family just as Arjun fought his own family in Mahabharata. For her it is a war against evil.
Parvati comes back as Janki, a new personality, only to regain her own lost identity. Parvati's new identity is groomed by her mentor, Narayani Devi (Aroona Irani), who like Lord Krishna in Mahabharata shows her the right way to fight her battle. Narayani Devi helps Parvati to regain her confidence and shows her a ray of hope in the days of darkness.
Once back, Parvati finds her house (Agarwal House) completely scattered and no more the way she left it years back. Trishna, the killer of her husband Om and Krishna, is now the head of Agarwal family. Shruti, Parvati's daughter has turned bitter even to the memories of her mother. The older generation is confined to the servant's quarter. Kamal is lost in his own sorrows of losing his dear Parvati Bhabhi and of his wife, Trishna, turning out to be negative. Kamal with all his sorrows will turn cold towards everyone and wouldn't want to be involved in any family matter.
It is now that Parvati will punish the real culprits- Trishna and Rajeshwari, regain her true identity, fight all the odds and set her family right once again.