Debesh's younger brother Binu goes missing for a long while. He goes from place to place searching for him but in vain. In the end he gets to know of a mataji of a certain ashram in a village who could be of help. He decides to meet her. But Mataji denies any knowledge of the young man. Debesh pesters her as he feels that she is hiding something. Mataji decides to narrate the story. She dates back to the time when her father was the zamindar of the village and her mother was a devotee of God. The zamindar's torture was so tremendous that the villagers were anguished. His two daughters were Urmi and Promi. The elder daughter was like her mother while the younger daughter’s attitude was like her father's. Promi fell in love with the new overseer of the village who does not reciprocate. He also declines to approve the decree of the zamindar. The overseer and Urmi see each other and fall in love. They get married. In the meantime Urmi's mother, in a fleet of fury and agony kills her husband and then commits suicide. Promi feels that his brother in law is the reason and decides to avenge her parent’s death. She accuses him of molesting her. Urmi is shattered. She leaves him and goes away forever. Her husband becomes hysterical and starts driving fast. He meets with an accident and Promi dies. Urmi manages to save her husband but he is crippled. Debesh is overjoyed to find out that Urmi's husband is his brother Binu.