About Rajkumar Hemendrajit
Rajkumar Hemendrajit, is very unhappy by the untimely death of his father after which his mother Garima Devi married his uncle Kalhans. One night on seeing his father’s ghost accusing Kalhans of murder, Rajkumar decides on revenge.
In order to prove his uncle’s guilt Rajkumar arranges a theatre performance which re enacts the events of the murder and invites the king and the queen. All of a sudden, King Kalhans stops the play performance.
In Queen Garima Devi’s chamber, mistaking Prabalbachan (Kalhans’s Prime Minister) for the King, Rajkumar kills him and is then exiled to Ishanpeeth. Â Rajkumar escapes & returns to Parbatpur.
Kalhans plans a fencing match between Rajkumar Hemendrajit & Lakshyajit, Prabalbachans son. Out to avenge his father’s death, Lakshyajit takes a poisoned sword for the match.Â King Kalhans offers a glass of poisoned wine to Rajkumar but he refuses it, instead Queen Garima Devi drinks it and dies. Lakshyajit, who is struck by his own sword during the bout, reveals the king’s plot. Rajkumar stabs his uncle with the poisoned sword.
Lakshyajit & Hemendrajit forgive each before succumbing to their injuries. Before his death Rajkumar Hemendrajit declares Rajkumar Narottam, the prince of Naurangapur as the future king of Parbatpur.