Once both parties agree to a mutual divorce in front of a Judge, Court allows them further six months to think about it. Then they reconfirm their decision again in front of the Court for the Court to grant a final divorce decree. In case parties want a reconciliation , any / both can withdraw their respective petitions anytime during these six months and the matter ends. This is as per the Hindu Marriage Act but similar are provisions in other Marriage Acts as well.
Even if you both agreed in Lok Adalat on 23rd Nov. that you " are going to do a mutual divorce " and the Lok Adalat awarded accordingly, you still have these six months. What both parties will file in the Court ( if they want to still continue further with a mutual divorce ) is the " First Motion Petition " which has to be followed by the " Second Motion Petition " after six months.
If they want to withdraw, they simply need not file this petition and can tell the Court instead of their decision to continue with marriage.
Indian courts give high priority to " Sanctity " of marriage and would be happy to see a reconciliation. Best of luck !
Request Seniors also to correct me if wrong.