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This is the story of Lord Shiva and Goddess Shakti. It is an elaborated narration of Shiv and Shakti's separation and union, their journeys together, and how that affected and shaped the ... See full summary »
The Lord incarnated upon the earth nine times. The seventh was known as "Ram Avatar." Ramanand Sagar's Ramayan is the story of the incarnation. It covers the entire story in detail up to Ram's coronation.
"Shri Krishna" was an Indian television series, inspired from various Hindu scriptures, including Bhagavad Puran, Garga Samhita, Bhagavad Gita, Padma Puran, Mahabharata etc. It depicts the life story of Hindu Lord Shree Krishna.
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Story of the most precious warrior pf Kaurvas in Mahabharata. The unsung here, the mysteriously better warrior. This show tells you each and every aspect of life and struggles of Suryaputra... See full summary »
The story of the series is based on the life of God Shani, who is known for his wrath. The serial also shows Vishnu and Shiva as Shani's mentors. It also shows Shani's tough childhood, ... See full summary »
Mahabharata is a high-octane drama involving a huge array of complicated characters. It is more than a story that gives lessons and teaches us on life's morals and values. From sacred literature that brought revelations about Dharma and Karma through generations, this is the most awaited and ambitious project of Indian television, the legendary - Mahabharata.Written by
anyone who read the Mahabharat book perhaps will feel disappointed with the story, indeed. but one who never read the book before, esp when you lived abroad far from India like me, will love the movie and perhaps wants to read the book after they watch this movie.
we have our own version of Mahabharat which been rewritten and recreated by our ancestors thousands years BCE. as I and several of our people read both Indian/original version and Javanese/Indonesian version of Mahabharat, so we don't mind and regret any improved or updated version of Mahabharat, as long as we can catch the moral message lies within the movie (and the book) itself.
what I love from this movie is their objectives to spread moral values, such as respect the elders, obey your parents, respect for women, teenage bravery to protect their parents,equal rights for low-class people, etc. which are damaged seriously within young and adult generation all over the world these days.
some key actors of Mahabharat enjoyed high appreciation in our country during their tour recently, and i think they worth it, regardless disappointed voices on their acting performance.
I myself would like to praise this movie (BR Chopra's Mahabharat was also aired by our television long ago)as the best version of Mahabharat. a little bit of my disappointment arise due to short episodes on Virataparwan (which should told us more about Pandava's suffering and how they survived), and small appearance of Gathotkacha, regarding this character is adored by kids and adults in our country.
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