Lord Shiva calls his devotee and asks him to kill Sahasra-arjun for his sinful acts. Parshuram first kills the four sons of Sahasra one by one and then he confronts Sahasra-arjun and kills him. Anamika dies in an event to protect Parshuram. Parshuram vows to kill all the twenty one kings who had joined hands with Sahasra-arjun and to fill the Kurukshetra pond with their blood.
Dharti mentions that Sahasra-arjun is killed but the tyrants that cause suffering in humanity continue to exist. Ravan\'s atrocities had spread in all direction. Lord Vishnu decides to reincarnate himself as Ram and also asks Laxmi to be born to the King Dashrath and Sita is the daughter of King Janak of Mithila. King Dashrath had three wives - Kaushalya, Sumittra and Kaikeyi. King Dashrath was fond of hunting and one day hunting a deer near the river Saryau, his arrow strikes and kills a youth Shravan Kumar who had come to the river to fetch water for his blind parents.
Parshuram returns to his mother and presents the heads of the sons of Sahasra-arjun. She is not happy. Like her husband she too hated violence. Parshuram declares that to protect the weak violence is sometimes necessary. Hearing her sons words of revenge she dies. Sahasra-arjun is furious to see the death of his sons and swears vengeance. Sahasra-arjun is furious to see the death of his sons and swears vengeance.
Sahasra-arjun draws upon a plan to trap Parshuram by pretending to be weak and let Parshuram get close to him and then surrounds him using the forces of all the other kings. Parshuram meets with Sahasra-arjun alone and offers to end the war if Sahasra-arjun apologizes for the attrocities he has done. Sahasara-arjun refuses and is killed by Parshuram in the war. Gods shower flowers as Righteousness wins over evil. Parshuram visits Lord Shiva to return his bow. Shiva asks him to give to Ravan or Janak who are his devotees.
Parshuram visits Ravan\'s court but Ravan\'s behavior towards his subjects stops him from giving the bow. On theway to King Janak he meets Shravan who is taking his parents on pilgrimage. Upon reaching Janak\'s court Parshuram is received with honor and respect due to an acharaya; so he leaves Shiv\'s bow in Janak\'s care and returns to his abode to become an Acharya again.