Manvasanai serial shows the repercussions of child marriage – from loss of love, life, education, childhood, hopes, dreams, and heart break, which telecasted in Raj TV. The show is set in rural Rajasthan and portrays, among other prevailing social ills, the practice of child marriage. It features Anandi, married at age eight to Jagdish, the only grandson of Kalyani Devi. She is a strict, conservative person, matriarch of a traditional family that lives in the village Jaitsar. Kalyani has two sons, Basant and Bhairon. Basant, the elder son, is a widower. Gehna, the daughter of parents heavily in debt to Kalyani Devi, is forcibly married to him. Initially, there are many differences between the couple due to the age gap and incompatibility but they have a son named Nandu. Bhairon, the second son, is married to Sumitra and has two children, Jagdish and Suguna. Kalyani treats her two daughter in-laws and granddaughter very tyrannically.
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