The epic saga of Sherawali Mata's devotee, Dhyanu Bhagat, and his trials, tribulations, and triumphs. Also features the historic and memorable visit of Akbar Badshah, who traveled barefoot to pay homage to Sherawali Mata, and provide a golden "Chatra" (umbrella) for her temple, an example that is cited even today to promote Muslim and Hindu unity. Jai Mata Di! Written by
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Alternate-language version of Dhyanu Bhagat
Mann Tera Mandir, Ankhey Diya Bhaati, Hoton Ki Hai Thaaliyan
Performed by Mahendra Kapoor
Lyrics by Indrajeet Singh Tulsi
Music by Master Sonik
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