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14 Episodes

A quick look at the various aspects of a city that has existed for much of India's history – exploring the music, industry and culture associated with Varanasi (Banaras).

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A single man's quest to end suffering changed the course of history for a large part of the continent. In 'Buddha-Sutra'; we examine various facts about the Buddha, his teachings and the spread of Buddhism. This series of animated shorts also explores the impact Buddhism has had on art and architecture, politics and history.

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Devlok Mini with Devdutt Pattanaik explores fascinating titbits of Indian mythology and legends with a narrative that is both, quick to watch and easy to absorb. In each episode, mythologist Devdutt Pattanaik narrates stories, discusses popular beliefs, and provides his insights into the meaning behind various mythological tales.

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From humble beginnings to Olympic stadiums, witness the untold stories of Indian athletes as they gear up for to win Gold for India at Olympics 2020.

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Sakshi Tanavar prepares recipes that have significant meaning behind them as all of them are made for festivals celebrated in India. Watch as she prepares the recipe and shared her story behind each one of them in a very festive way.

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India has a deep cultural heritage full of mythological and historical battles fought for power and supremacy. The Hindus even have Kshatriya warrior clans, who dedicated their entire lives to honing battle skills and fighting wars. Contrary to the popular belief that martial arts originated in China, martial arts have strong roots in Indian history and Hindu mythology. Bodhidharma, a Buddhist monk from South India, is even credited to be the first to teach Kung Fu at the Shaolin Temple. In 'Shastra Ke Shaastra – The Indian Legacy', delve deep into the roots of the different indigenous weapons that originated in India and continue to be used in various martial arts and performance arts around the country.

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Sharanam takes you on a poignant journey across some of the holiest sites in India, where millions of people following different faiths and beliefs congregate to experience something greater, something bigger than themselves. Through personal stories and experiences, Sharanam showcases the unbreakable thread of faith that not only binds the pilgrims to their Gods but also the nation with itself.

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One of the most endearing series ever made on the mighty river, Go Ganges vividly looks at the paradox --- why the river that one-third population of the world worships as God is also the most polluted water body. The multiple award-winning filmmakers Josh Thomas and JJ Kelley travel from the source glacier of the river in the Himalayas to the Bay of Bengal, where it empties into the Indian Ocean. And they do it rather unconventionally --- travelling on foot, cycle-rickshaw, rowboat and any other unlikely mode of transportation that moves! Set against a stunning backdrop and colourful landscape, Go Ganges is a fascinating journey of heart!

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Goa has bread, fresh bread that does not come in plastic bags. In every single locality of every single village or town, there is a bakery that churns out a variety of Portuguese-inspired bread in at least two batches every single day. Epic baked a very Goan story of Goa's delicacy hope you enjoy the story.

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April 18 is observed as the International Day for Monuments and Sites or World Heritage Day, it is all about raising awareness of the importance of protecting and preserving various sites around the world that have achieved world heritage status. India is home to 35 World Heritage Sites, a World Heritage site is classified as a natural or man-made area or a structure that is of international importance, and a space which requires special protection. These sites are officially recognised by the UN and the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation, also known as UNESCO. Epic Channel celebrates #WorldHeritageDay in a very FILMY WAY” Below are the Facts about the heritage Sites mentioned in the video. 1) EpicFacts - Nalanda University: It is believed that 90% of the remains at Nalanda University still remain unexcavated. 2) Epic Facts - Jantar Mantar: Jantar Mantar was used as a logo for the 1982 Asian Games. 3) Epic facts - Adlaj vav: Direct sunlight does not touch the flight of steps or landings except for a brief period at noon. Some researchers say that the atmosphere inside the well is six degrees cooler than the outside 4) Epic Facts - Jhulta Minar: This minar was built layer by layer that is why it can resist that much shaking without collapsing. It's around 600 years old 5) Epic facts - Kumbhalgarh: It is the birthplace of Maharana Pratap. Second largest wall in the world 6) Epic Facts - Bateshwar: The temples are made of sandstone and belong to the 8-10th century CE. 7) Epic Facts - Mahabat Maqbara: This was home to the Nawabs of Junagadh

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The Marathas were known to be homespun warriors whose martial art was distinctive. Mardani khel a Maharashtrian form of Martial Arts originated in Maharashtra around the early 1600s. Mardaani khel rose to prominence under the leadership of Shivaji who relied on the guerilla tactics of Maratha units. During 18th century British colonists recognized the military qualities of the Maratha people and in 1768 the Maratha Light Infantry regiment was formed which still exists. It is the oldest and most renowned regiment in the Indian army. Today, Mardani Khel is considered to be a performing art and a reminder of the valiant heritage of the Marathas.

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On the Konkan coast of Maharashtra sits in seeming placidness the serene sea fort of Vijaydurg. This fort’s history precedes back to 16th Century, When Shivaji Maharaj Captured this fort from Adil Shah and renamed it as VijayDurg” from Gheria” A rock that has been witness to thrilling times of an era when Shivaji and his empire spread through the Deccan like wildfire. A hotspot of Maratha activity, in its history of daring feats, impossible achievements lies also a tragic tale power that sowed the seeds of the decline of the grand Maratha Empire.

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