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    Chanakya

    Mahatma Chanakya was stern but had a kind heart. He never cared for wealth or luxury or any post, only the respect of the nation. Honour, glory and ethical values remained of top priority to him…

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    Hariscandra Devotional Drama Series

    Hindi with English Subtitles

    Colour 120 minutes

     

    The story of Job in the Bible can’t compare to the severe tests that are inflicted on King Harisheandra. Narada Muni and Vishvamitra orchestrate a series of challenges to the King’s word of honor in their attempts to get him to give up his righteousness over sentimental attachment to kingdom, wife, son and false ego. Harishcandra’s struggle to keep his word amidst such tragic events becomes the source of inspiration for the viewer. All is well in the end, as this true story offers hope that God is just to those who are deserving of His mercy. It will entertain and inspire both young and old

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    Jai Hanuman

    36 DVD set of this Indian TV series in Hindi with English Subtitles. Episodes 1-178

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    Nilacala Mahaprabhu Part 2 Devotional Drama Series

    The Life of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu – part 2

    Bengali with English Subtitles

    B/W 79 minutes

     

    Guaranteed to arouse spiritual emotion, this film portrays Lord Chaitanya’s pastimes as He revolutionized and respritualized the Indian society, beginning from the time He arrived in Puri until His earthly departure.

     

    Produced in the early 60s by Bengal’s best film producers and actors

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    Sant Dnyaneshwar (Jnyaneshwar) Devotional Drama Series

    Marathi with English subtitles

    Black & White, 120 minutes

     

    13th century South India.  Dnyaneshwar’s father returns to his home as a fallen sanyassi, and his family is shunned by the village caste brahmanas.  Appealing to the acarya of the sampradaya, a teenage Dnyaneshwar, melts the heart of the esteemed spiritual leader and of those who listened to his impassioned understanding of the principles of the Gita.  At the age of fifteen Dnyaneshwar writes a commentary in simple Marathi on the ‘Bhagwat Geeta’.  He preaches an ideology of emphasizing the welfare of mankind, irrespective of caste, creed, nation and race through the practice of devotional service to Krishna.  The philosophy is the foundation of the bhakti cult movement (Warkari) of Maharastra.  His writings have been translated into more than 25 languages worldwide.

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    Sri-Edukomali Devotional Drama Series

    Telgu with English subtitles

    Colour 120 minutes

     

     

    Can we change the stars, transcend our destiny and alter the future?  In this story, Jayanta’s horoscope predicts his death at the young age of twenty-one, but his fiancé, Jayanti is expected to live one hundred years.  The demigod Shani (Saturn) is determined to prevent the consummation of this incompatible marriage.  However, a Sadhu assures the couple that their destinies can be altered.  Finally, Sri Padmavati, the consort of Lord Venkatesvara, comes to the aid of the couple.  She instructs them to perform devotional sacrifices unto the Lord, but Shani resists the attempts of the couple to fulfil their offerings.  Yamaraja, the Lord of death, comes to take Jayanta.  Is Jayanta’s death inevitable or does he transcend the predictions of his astrology

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    Valmiki Devotional Drama Series

    Telgu with English subtitles

    Black & White, 120 minutes

     

    Saint of sinner?  He was both.  Cursed to take birth and grow up among thieves, he become a lusty dacoit known as Raksha, who was enamored by the beautiful and enchanting Tara.  She wants diamonds as shinny as the stars, and those most desirable gems are garlanded around the neck of a famous deity of Mahalakshmi…As the story unfolds, Nara Muni must descend to enlighten the future author of THE RAMAYANA.  You may know the conclusion, the the “getting there” is a great story.  Think twice: perhaps you know know a “Raksha”, who may be the next Valmiki.