This mythological tale is embedded with Hindu religious belief and depicts the twists and turns in the life of Ravana, the immensely powerful King of Lanka. Enticed by Narada, Ravana feels the desire to have a daughter and perform 'Kanyadhaan'.
To fulfil this impossible desire, Ravana performs terrible penance, severing his own heads to please Lord Shiva. He succeeds and Lord Shiva blesses him with the birth of a divine daughter, Tara, an avatar of mother Tara Sundari.
This mythological drama delves into the twists and turns in Tara's life, her love affair with Bheem Dev, and the influence her life has on her father, Ravana.