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Just For You - Season 1

From the mountains and rivers to the delicacies and festivals, our EPIC shows capture India in all its glory. Made by renowned artists and featuring household names, they cover the true essence of the country. Watch these handpicked shows by India's storytellers, at the ease of your home or on the go, for FREE. Our "Just For You" list has shows and documentaries from across genres, making it the perfect start to a journey of a lifetime.

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    Our quest for the most beautiful abandoned places in India and the history behind them took us to Kuldhara - a vast maze-like cluster of roofless homes, bare walls, and a carpet of disjointed bricks are all that remain of what is once said to have been a prosperous village. Sitting quiet in the sand dunes of western Rajasthan, this is just one of eighty-four such abandoned villages dotting the stark landscape. A local myth tells us that these villages were of the Paliwal Bhramins who fled their homes overnight to uphold their honour because the then prime-minister of the Jaisalmer court, man called Salem Singh wanted to marry the headman's daughter against her wishes. How true this myth is, no one can tell.

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    Far up in the Himalayas, a couple of hours drive from the border town of Kargil, further north from the grand Srinagar-Leh Highway lie the ruins of what once must have been a majestic fort. Rumoured to be taller and older than its famous cousin - the Leh Palace, the Chiktan fortress is shrouded in many mysteries. Legends of its making, numerous sinister and violent events, magical tales of wondrous creations and a heart-wrenching tailspin of destruction and apathy encompass the story of this fabulous fortress set in an almost fantastical location.

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    Sara explores the story of Geeta-Saar, the dialogue between Krishna and Arjuna, as Arjuna is faced with self-doubt, in modern day Kurukshetra.

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    7 Secrets from Hindu Calendar Art by Devdutt Pattanaik as a Video Book - an innovative new format that makes for a rich literary experience. Explore the book in the form of videos. Ardhanari's Secret - God is stillness within, Goddess is moving around.

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    Shambu has come up against many scary adversaries in his lifetime but they have never been of the paranormal variety! When Shambu’s tasked with dealing with a thieving ghost in a haunted castle, it may turn out to be his spookiest adventure yet. Watch to see if Shambu can win this battle of wits, or lose his own in the bargain!

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    Ever wondered how our brain manages to stay healthy? What does the brain eat? What all nutrition does the brain need? Anu Club Crew member Prateek takes you on a quick short journey through the brain and how food affects how the brain grows! Find out what exactly THE BRAIN eats!

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    Bill encounters the magnificent tiger along with Sambar and Blue Bull, Wild Boar and Langur Monkey in the wildlife sanctuary of Ranthambore. We end the episode with a tour of a very different national park. Board a rickshaw and join your guide as he explores Keoladeo National Park, known for its abundant bird life.

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    Motor and body gasping for breath, Jonathan embarks on a two-wheeled journey over the highest roads in the world, stopping in remote monasteries to learn the secrets of Buddhism's warrior demons and track down a secreted manuscript rumoured to explain the lost years of Jesus. He outwits a gang of armed thugs to get the lowdown on a mysterious crypt and takes a risky launch of faith over uncharted airspace in a paraglider in this episode of Road Less Travelled.

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    The start of the next leg of their journey hasn't been good as the tuk-tuk breaks down with another round of engine trouble. They, however, make it to Mangalore, beating consistent rains, potholes, and honking buses. They stop over at small towns to take part in community kitchen meals, religious processions, and seeking blessings from an elephant god.

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    Delve into the history of the earliest weapon known to man. Lathi Khel or game of sticks was the first weapon based Martial Art. Once a pupil became an expert in Lathi Khel they would graduate to other weapons. A lathi is a 5 to 6 feet long bamboo stick tipped with a metal blunt and used by swinging it like a sword. A single person well versed in the Martial art of Lathi Khel can successfully fight with many at the same time. Lathi Khel was practiced all over India but particularly in Rajasthan. Known to be the land of the valiant Rajputs, Rajasthan had fierce swordsmen whose dexterity of swordsmanship lay in the ancient Martial Art form, Lathi Khel. In 17th Century the Zamindars responsible for collections raised Lathaits for forceful tax collections. At the same time, Lathi Khel had also evolved as a sport. The British introduced Lathis as a weapon for the Indian Police in the 19th Century. This gave birth to the lathi charge used to disperse crowds. The British after 1857 discouraged the village self-defense technique but Nationalist groups revived the concept and imparted Lathi Khel training to young men and women organizing secret clubs in order to be able to stand up against the British atrocities. Lathi Khel remains the favorite weapon of the common man even today.

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    When Yamraj, tries to take the praan of an ailing man in the hospital, the man surprises him by being remarkably agile and pushes him out the window. This in turn leads to Yamraj being forcibly hospitalized and placed in the bed right next to the old man whose praan he is meant to take. While Yamraj struggles to get out of his forced hiatus, a friendly yet slightly competitive game of chausar between Himesh and Satya, turns into an ugly ego battle between Jigna and Mandira.

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    Panna Devi was a governess in the royal kingdom of Mewar during the 16th century. Charged with the care of 5 year old Udai Singh, she raised him like her own son Chandan. The hunger for throne led cousin Banbir to assassinate the king, leaving Udai Singh as the only heir and obstacle. To destroy any other claim to the throne, Banbir headed to kill Udai. Exhibiting unmatched loyalty, Panna replaced the sleeping Udai Singh with her son Chandan, and witnessed the slaughter of her own flesh and blood.

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    In the southern Himalayas, Sara explores Rewalsar, where the love of Guru Rinpoche and Princess Mandarava transformed a pyre into a sacred lake.

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    During Vanya's time there, she and the team learn of a string of mysterious blood bank robberies around the city. The team begins investigating and learns that there are other supernatural entities behind these blood bank robberies. They realize that these creatures are Raktachushak, or what we call, Vampires. The team soon finds itself entangled in another case and also in the middle of a 'bloody' family feud.

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    Explore the top 10 Warriors in Indian history, those have distinguished themselves by deeds of valour, strategic genius and strength of arms.

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    7 Secrets from Hindu Calendar Art by Devdutt Pattanaik as a Video Book - an innovative new format that makes for a rich literary experience. Explore the book in the form of videos.

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    Shambu is sick. Really, really sick! However, with a wild bear on the loose, Shambu obviously has to capture it, cold or no cold! Can Shambu overcome the odds and his sneezing bouts or will it all be too much? Watch to find out… don’t forget to bring your medicine! Aa-choooo!

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    What is common between, milk, peanuts, fish, eggs and crabs? They are all common food allergies that people have! But how does the body decided what to be allergic to and how does it do it? Anu Club crew member Ritu, tries and gets to the bottom of what food allergies really are!

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    A thousand years ago, in an age when Buddhism was prominent in Kashmir, Ladakh and Srinagar, an exceptionally visionary scholar and translator, Lochava Rinchen Zangpo, set up a world class university a kilometre away from where the famous Thiksey monastery stands today on the outskirts of Leh town. Lonely walls and silent shrines are what stand today, mute witnesses to the times when a wonder monk walked the land. There are as many contradictions to its disappearance as there are musings about the wonders it held.

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    We cruise the backwaters of Kerala, one of the most beautiful and serene areas of India. We explore the cities of Cochin and Kozhikode, attend a local theatre performance and learn about traditional drama styles. The drama continues as we witness a local festival and then take in a display of the ancient art of Kalaripayattu. Bill helps raise the Chinese fishing nets at dusk and tours a 1000 year old boat yard, where luxury vessels are still handcrafted.

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    Jonathan hangs out with a group of fisherman that utilizes the ancient Chinese fishing nets designed in the time of Kublai Khan. He then attends a rehearsal session at a Kathakali dance academy and gets ready to take centre stage with an elaborate 3-hour makeup process. this is followed by a spine-cracking jeep ride to process leaves at the highest orthodox tea plantation in the world. Drenched in healing ointments from an Ayurvedic rubdown after all the hard work, he washes in the strong currents of a salubrious sea believed to also cleans a man of his sins. Finally, when news comes of a 22-billion-dollar treasure stashed in a cursed tomb, he rockets down the coast to beat the military to the scene. Join the excitement in Road Less travelled with Jonatha Legg.

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    They reach Chennai in 12 days! It's time for celebration and sharing their amazing Indian experience —  the never-ending, twisting, and turning roads along with the people and their hospitality.

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    Mallakhamb is a traditional Indian sport in which a gymnast performs feats and poses in concert with a vertical wooden pole or rope. Mallakhamba derives from the terms, malla which denotes a wrestler and khamba which means a pole. Mallakhamba can therefore be translated in English as pole gymnastics. The earliest recorded reference to mallakhamba is found in Someshvara Chalukya's classic Manasollasa (1135 AD). Originally, mallakhamba was used as a supporting exercise for wrestlers. Although known to have been practiced in medieval Maharasthra and Hyderabad, the sport didn't become visible in practice and well recorded until the 18th century when it was revived by Balambhatdada Deodhar, the fitness instructor of PeshwaBaji Rao II during the reign of the Peshwas. Subsequently, the unavailability of cane resulted in rope mallakhamba. Today, it is used more often as a performance art rather than a method of training. At present The Mallakhamb Federation of India is the official Indian National Federation. 29 states of India participate in mallakhamba competitions at the national level.

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    Deeply affected by the harsh words spoken by a politician who proclaimed to his audience that Yamraj, The Lord of Death - is a symbol of evil; Yamraj decides to ask his boss, Akaashwani for a job that commands more respect from the mortals. When Akaashwani dismisses his pleas, Yamraj takes the extremely bold step of quitting his job to work for his reluctant father-in-law. While he is trying to make himself useful in his father-in-law's jewelry shop, Himesh tries to enjoy some quality time with Mohini at his home, only to have it disrupted, time and time, by Satya.

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    Narayan Das – 15th century: During 1470-1491 A.D. the Hara region was ruled by Rao Bundu who was known for his boundless charities, kindness and service to the people of Boondi. He was overthrown by his two ambitious and power hungry young brothers, Samar Singh and Umar Singh. They exiled Rao to the mountains of Matoonda where he stayed for 21 years and finally died leaving behind two sons. As soon as he was old enough, the elder son Narayan Das who grew up in the mountains resenting his uncles, developed a strong sense of revenge and pledged to take back Boondi or perish otherwise.

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    Sara explores the story of finding Sanjeevani bought by Hanuman, from the hills of Shimla.

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    The team encounters other vampires (Raktachushaks) who unexpectedly help them get out of the case. In the process of getting out, Vanya ends up saving the Raktachushak heiress' life (Vira) and earns her friendship. The team also learns that the Raktachushaks were never involved in the blood bank robberies and that the mastermind behind the crimes is none other than Lankeshwar. He and his level 2 Asura, Chota Circuit, were the ones stealing the blood in order to nourish Maya, the Asura deity. Arkin sets off to avenge his family against Chota Circuit who had betrayed his family and been the cause of their annihilation.

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    E1 Kings

    33 Min

    Epic Ke Dus focusses on the discussion of the top 10 people, places, and events of a chosen topic. The new season's first episode focuses on the greatest rulers of Indian history from Chandragupta Maurya, Asoka, Akbar and many more. The panel will be seen sharing views on each of the reigning King and how they contributed to change the course of Indian history.

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    7 Secrets from Hindu Calendar Art by Devdutt Pattanaik as a Video Book - an innovative new format that makes for a rich literary experience. Explore the book in the form of videos.This is Part 1 of Chapter 4: Shiva's Secret - Withdrawal leads to destruction.

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    Suppandi working in a school? Shaping the minds of tomorrow? Perish the thought! This scary scenario becomes a distinct possibility when Suppandi goes back to school to try his luck as a Teacher's Assistant, But only if he can clear the interview with the teachers themselves first!

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    Now that you know all about climate change, find out what you can do about it! We all need to do our bit to take on the climate change dragon, so let Anu Club show you how you can start.

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    Human Life has long been intertwined with the course of rivers and their confluence with the great seas. Lakhpat is the apocalytic setting of life if the river were to disappear. Situated at the mouth of the Kori Creek from where the Sindhu once met the Arabian Sea, it is all but a fortified ghost town whose walls overlook the desert sands as it preserves within it, with infinite care, the remains of a two century old trading hub blessed by the holy men and the beloved of men of exceptional valour.

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    The Golden Temple is the centerpiece of the city of Amritsar, and probably the second most photographed building in India. The most significant building to people of the Sikh faith, it is open to people of all faiths. We witness the celebration of the changing of the guard before heading into the mountains for a visit to the British influenced town of Shimla.

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    Jonathan gets the classic train experience, acclimatizing to bizarre washroom customs and the diversity of society rolling down the tracks. Glory, salvation, and madness ensue when the master of the universe emerges from his temple and rolls down a flesh-packed street on a five-storey-high chariot. Our host first tries to slip into the guarded temple through tact, guile, and disguise; later, he dives into the frenzied mob of millions, braving elbows, stampedes, and police batons to grab the fabled ‘ropes of salvation’.

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    Learn about one of the oldest fighting systems, Kalaripayattu which originated in 1362 CE in Kerala.The word kalari first appeared in Sangam literature which described both a battlefield and a combat arena. Each warrior in the Sangam era received regular military training. The combat techniques of the Sangam period were the earliest precursors to Kalaripayattu. The martial art developed into its present form by the 6th century, during an extended period of warfare between the Chera and Chola dynasties.The Tamil sage, Agastya and Lord Parashurama are regarded as the founders and patron saints of Southern Kalaripayat. The martial art includes strikes, kicks, grappling, preset forms, weaponry as well as healing methods. Regional variants are classified according to geographical positions in Kerala. Kalari warriors stood up against the British in the early part of the 19th century and then the British banned its practice. In recent years, efforts have been made to further popularise the art by featuring it in international and Indian films.

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    When Yamraj casually takes the praan of an astrologer, the astrologer's last words to him are that he will suffer bodily, mental and monetary harm. While Yamraj doesn't believe him at first, the events of his rather unfortunate life force him to acquiesce that the astrologer might just be right. In the hope that further damage van be avoided, Yam and Doot set out to bring back the astrologer from the underworld.

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    Dara Sikoh – 17th century: Dara Sikoh (20 March 1615 – 30 August 1659) was the eldest son and the heir apparent of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan and his wife Mumtaz Mahal. He was favoured as a successor by his father, but was always rivalled by his younger brother Aurangzeb who has never seen him face to face since childhood.. Finally, the war broke out between brothers after Shah Jahan’s death and even after losing two battles, Dara was not prepared to bow down to Aurangzeb. In the end he was betrayed by a friend and handed over to Aurangzeb.

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    Sara explores the story of Sita-Haran, the kidnapping of Sita by demon king Ravana and the name that got forever attached to the place Nashik.

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    Vanya finally meets her aunt Sandhya who is handling the Bhagwat property. She is in two minds about the signing. Vanya also meets her aunt's eccentric fiance, Raghav. Raghav is a master of Vashikaran (hypnotism). Through his skill, he has managed to get Sandhya and the board of trustees under his control. But he's unable to do the same with Vanya in order to get her to sign the papers that would give him control of the Bhagawat property.

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    Be it the story of Maharaja Prithviraj Chauhan and Princess Samyukta, or the story of Heer and Ranjha; love stories have also been inspirational for people. This episode of EPIC Ke Dus presents to you 10 exceptional love stories from India's history that are EPIC in the true sense of the word.

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    E5 Roha

    21 Min

    In the vast territories of the Kutch, on top of a forlorn hillock stands the fort of Roha. Once the biggest jaagir in the region, it lies neglected and forgotten. A close observer in the tragic death of 120 princesses, the seat of brave rulers, home to famous artists, a once burgeoning and rich principality, this is a story of riches to ruins as tempests of fate took charge of Roha and reduced the stone fortress to whispers in the wind.

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    Follow Bill as he journeys through this city of contrasts and touches on its many faces. We visit Cubbon Park and Lal Bagh Gardens, shop in the markets and explore the nightlife of the modern city. We also explore architecture, from ancient Bull Temple, the legendary source of the Vishva Bharti River to the largest legislative building in India. Bill's final stop is the Queen of the Hill Stations Ooty.

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    Arkin and Shoondi are hypnotized and sent to kill Vanya but with the professor's help, the two are brought back to their senses in the nick of time. When they learn that Raghav is marrying Sandhya to get his stake in the property, the team tries to stop his evil plans.

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    Bill explores the city's growth under the British East India Company, with visits to Fort St. George and the Fort Museum. We then travel to the nearby Sao Tome Basilica, the church and burial site of St. Thomas the Apostle. In Pondicherry, French influences can still be felt in the treelined streets, colonial mansions and cafés. It's beautiful setting on the Bay of Bengal makes Pondicherry a delightful place to spend the day.

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    It’s sale season and Suppandi isn’t one to miss out on a good deal. However, when the shop’s assistant tries to get the better of him, Suppandi takes matters into his own hands.

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    Suppandi has a new job at an emergency call center, although Suppandi sees it more as a launchpad for his acting career! Will Suppandi's performance be a super hit or will he have to make a trip to the emergency room himself? Watch to find out!

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    What is climate change? Why is the world worried? How will it affect you? And how will it affect India? As always, Anu Club has all the answers!

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    We are taking a short break between food and the next topic for a quick update! Chandrayaan 2 and the Vikram Lander had a few problems but the mission is far from a failure! Anu Club crew member Ritu, tell you more about what happened with the Vikram Lander, What is the future of the mission and Why it is not a failure!

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    Whether you refer to Udaipur as the City of Lakes or the City of Dawn, you're sure to agree that romance and beauty fill the air. In Jaipur, we tour the Pink City, paying close attention to such architectural treasures as the Palace of Winds (Hawa Mahal) and the Amber Fort.

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    Discover the amazing history of this ancient city through its religion, royal lineage, architecture and art. We visit the Golconda Fort where the ultimate in diamond souvenirs originated. And, of course, no visit to Hyderabad would be complete without taking a look at its high-tech and movie industries, which have revolutionized the city.

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    JonathanLegg dives deep into the rich stew of colonial legacies – wrestling with pehlwans in an akhara, playing at the world’s oldest polo club, searching for fresh hilsa in the chaotic fish markets, and much, much more. Catch all the action in the very first episode of RoadLessTravelled

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    In the upcoming episode of Road Less Travelled, join JonathanLegg as he jets off to Delhi and Manali where he has set some very high travel goals, some of which include practising karate with girls from a local school, performing body bending yoga asanas and exploring the roads of Himachal's beauty, Manali on a classic Royal Enfield.

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    Two friends, Ric Gazarian and Keith King, had heard a great deal about the Mumbai Xpress challenge, one of the top ten adventures in the world as listed by Lonely Planet. When they decided to join it, though, little did they realize that it would turn out to be a journey they would never forget. The challenge takes them on a 2000-kilometer journey in an auto-rickshaw - or tuk tuk, as it is popularly known. They crisscross hills, valleys, beaches, chaotic traffic, and many incredible surprises during this test of their nerves and resolve. Join Ric and Keith on a colourful journey of a lifetime in Hit the Road, India!

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    Heavy rains continue to slap the tuk-tuk, and visibility drops down to barely 60 feet, as Ric and Keith chug along serpentine hill roads and slopes. Beautiful scenery and waterfalls along the route provide some relief, though. They have now learnt to navigate the roads better and now often overtake lazy trucks as they reach the serene surroundings of Goa.

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    This episode throws light on a weapon-based Indian martial art, Mardaani khel which originated in Maharashtra around the early 1600s. The Maratha's were known to be homespun warriors whose martial art was distinctive as it employed the use of Pata (sword) and Vita (corded lance). Mardaani khel rose to prominence under the leadership of Shivaji who relied on the guerilla tactics of Maratha units. As with many of India's combat sports, Mardaani khel gradually declined in popularity during the colonial period when firearms were more widely adopted. However, as the 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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    India has international level wrestlers including women. Where did this sport originate and how did it grow in popularity? Epic Channel takes you on a journey to discover the original form of wrestling, Kushti, which was developed in the Mughal Empire. The combat art combined the native malla-yuddha with influences from Persian koshti pahlavani. A practitioner of this sport was referred to as a pehlwan while the teachers were known either as ustad or guru. In the 16th century, the Central Asian Mughals, through the influence of Iranian and Mongolian wrestling, incorporated groundwork to the local malla-yuddha, thereby creating the modern Kushti. During the late 17th century, Ramadasa the father of Indian athletics travelled the country encouraging people to take up a physical activity in homage to the monkey god, Hanuman. Wrestling was the favourite spectator sport of the Rajputs and every prince or chief had a number of wrestling champions to compete for his entertainment. Find out further details about this art form all on this episode.

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    E1 Don

    23 Min

    Yamraj makes repeated attempts to take the praan of a certain deadly Don only to be interrupted constantly by Jigna to run some household errand or the other. Meanwhile the Don keeps doubling his protection thinking his rival gang in the city has hired an assassin to kill the Don. Simultaneously in drama class at school, Himesh and Satya are battling it out to play the titular role of Vishwamitra, so as to get closer to the girl of both their dreams -Mohini, who's playing the role of Menaka, female lead in the play.

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    E2 Will

    23 Min

    While going about his daily routine of taking praans, Yamraj comes across an extremely rich man, who is thoroughly confused about which of sons' should be the heir to his enormous fortune. The old man entrusts the responsibility of finding the most deserving heir to Yamraj, in exchange for half his wealth. Poor Yamraj, having always dreamt of amassing great wealth, grabs the opportunity immediately. Meanwhile, Jigna, on hearing news of the immense wealth that'll soon be theirs, immediately starts planning the biggest party of the neighborhood, inviting everyone from the milkman to landlord.

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    In 1772, the 17 year-old Narayan Rao was appointed as Peshwa under the vigilance of his uncle, Raghunath Rao. His aunt, Anandi Bai, became extremely jealous of this pre-mature rise to the throne. Raghunath hatched a plan to capture Narayan with the help of Guard Sumer Singh Gardi. But Anandi Bai manipulated the orders and it ended in the brutal killing of Narayan instead of just an arrest.

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    In 1468, the Mewar Empire’s Kumbhalgarh fort lost its much loved king Raja Kumbha who was killed by none other than his own son ‘Prince Uday’. The expansive kingdom and an unending rule of 50 years made the heir of the great king envious and provoked him to seize the throne by any means possible.

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    Sara explores the story of tribal Hidimbi from Mahabharata, who marries Bhima after he kills her brother and they give birth to their son Ghatotkacha.

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    Vanya gets accepted to Princeton University with a full research scholarship. Amidst her excitement, she notices an opened email on her grandfather's laptop. It comes as a shock to her that not only is her father alive but also in critical condition due to an accident. Vanya spent her entire life believing that she was an orphan and now that she knows that her father is out there, she takes a vow to go to him and get the answers to her questions.

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    Vanya gets the shock of her life when she learns that her father's spirit has managed to remain in the human world, only to guide his daughter into the truth of her existence. Professor Bhagawat wants Vanya to step into his shoes and take care of the 'family business' (asura hunting) as she is his successor and the last descendant of the clairvoyant Bhagwat bloodline. A shape shifting asura infiltrates the Bhagwat mansion and wreaks havoc, releasing a powerful asura entity called Ratnaak from an ancient prison box. It is learned that years ago Ratnaak had claimed the soul of Vanya's mother.

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    From Chanakya and Aryabhat to Rabindranath Tagore, explore the top ten Thinkers of India - the individuals whose thoughts and practices were centuries ahead of their time

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    E3 Women

    28 Min

    From rulers like Rani Lakshmi Bai & Razia Sultan to Savitribai Phule & Sarojini Naidu, India's history is full of women who have distinguished themselves. Explore the top ten most powerful Women in Indian history.

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    7 Secrets from Hindu Calendar Art by Devdutt Pattanaik as a Video Book - an innovative new format that makes for a rich literary experience. Explore the book in the form of videos. Ganesha's Secret - Different People See God Differently.

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    7 Secrets from Hindu Calendar Art by Devdutt Pattanaik as a Video Book - an innovative new format that makes for a rich literary experience. Explore the book in the form of videos. This is Part 1 of Chapter 6: Vishnu's Secret - Detached engagement brings order.

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