Pihu is feeling hungry but Shagun is not there. Pihu decides to go to the kitchen and get something to eat. While taking biscuits from the jar, she sees milk on the burner which is about to spill out. She runs and tries to lift the milk utensil. She burnt herself doing that and starts crying. Luckily, Adi is there in the house and saves Pihu. Shobhana and Shagun too comes in the kitchen.
Vandita has sent traditional clothes for everyone through Aliya. She shows the gifts to the family. Raman says these clothes won’t be needed as he will not go to puja. Ishita says Vandita and Bala will feel bad. Raman asks her to understand that Mani will be there. Alia asks Raman not to worry, Mani has a meeting and can’t come. She says Vandita wants him and Ishita to sit in puja as a couple. Raman agrees.
Shobhana tells Mani that Adi has saved Pihu today. Shagun feels sorry for Pihu and shows Pihu her puja dress. Adi gifts clothes to Mani. Mani doesn’t want to go to the puja because of Raman but Adi says Raman is not coming because of his busy schedule. Shagun requests Adi not to tell Raman and Ishita about Pihu’s injury.
Next day, Ishita is getting ready and she looks beautiful in a Kanjivaram saree. Raman comes there and sees Ishita. He comes close to her and ties a gajra in Ishita’s hair. They are getting cosy but suddenly Ruhi comes in the room. They get embarrassed, but when they see Ruhi in a Pattu lehenga, they feel proud and happy.
Pihu too is looking very cute in a South Indian dress. Shobhana compliments her. She applies Chandan tikka to Adi’s forehead.
Bala tells Vandita that he will go and get a Tamil priest for the puja. Everyone joins Vandita at the puja venue. Raman and Mani see each other and get angry. Aliya comes between them and requests them not to create any scene. Shagun has asked Pihu to hide her injury with her clothes. She doesn’t want anyone to notice and blame her for it.
Shobhana and Vandita get worried as the priest can’t come to the puja. Adi and Aliya convince everyone that they will perform puja in a proper South India way.