Malik is starting to lose his grip on reality and begins to panic, he tells his servant to let Ibn Battuta know that he must finish the task Malik gave him quickly. Meanwhile, Malik is being tormented by his evil self.
Mehetab and Ibn Battuta start traveling during cold snowy nights, despite it being very difficult to travel in these conditions but Mehetab is suspecting Ibn Battuta's actions and doesn't trust him and only wants to please Malik.
Meanwhile, Malik is having a Good versus Evil crisis.
Mehetab teases Ibn Battuta about the Sheikh, saying that he will not be able to survive because he doesn't have his help. Ibn Battuta continues to play ignorant so that Mehetab does not suspect him of treason.
As the newly appointed judge by the Sultan, Ibn battuta handles a situation where a man is suffering from loneliness and ends up taking the wrong actions in order to alleviate it. Ibn battuta teaches the man a powerful lesson.
Muhammad bin Tughluq was renowned as the wealthiest man in the Muslim world. He patronized various scholars, Sufis, qadis, viziers, and other functionaries to consolidate his rule. On the strength of his years of study in Mecca, Ibn Battuta was appointed a qadi, or judge, by the sultan.