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This thread is for sharing links where entire mythological/religious serials can be watched online. If possible, please provide a brief synopsis along with the links. Enjoy Big smile


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Ramayan (Bal Kand - Yudh Kand) - 78 episodes
Luv Kush (Uttar Kand) - 39 episodes
Dr. Ramanand Sagar's Sampoorn Ramayan, the first ever mythological show to be shown on television and more than 100 episodes in length, has achieved the status as World's Most Viewed Mythological Serial until 2003. Many critics wondered during its fame while its first telecast and after...what could have caused such popularity for a religious show not only amongst 100s of 1000s of Hindus worldwide but other religious groups as well? Many odd and touching stories were reported by the media like the one of two Muslim brothers who were separated due to a family feud coming together after the touching scene between Lord Ram and his younger brother Bharat during the Bharat Milap episode, or the one where a young girl regained her memory after a long memory loss because the tune of Ramayan's opening song was most familiar to her.

Many have thought that since Ramayan was telecasted at a time when television and television shows themselves were rare, the serial grabbed so much attention. If so, why is Ramanand Sagar's first ever devotional serial, which is like seeing Shri Ramcharitmanas itself on TV, still dear and precious to so many hearts? More than 20 years after its first telecast, Ramayan is still shown and re-shown on not one, but many channels, and it continues to attract not only the old viewers, but newer generation viewers as well. One cannot deny that Ramayan contains magic which only blessings by God can bestow and continues to hold a special place in many people's hearts. Dr. Ramanand Sagar's hard work, dedication, and devotion for Lord Shri Ram, Ravindra Jain's soul touching music, and last but not least, the hard work of the perfect cast and crew is shown in every episode, every scene, every dialogue of Ramayan.  

Ramanand Sagar's Ramayan: All Episodes

Ramanand Sagar Ramayan Episode 1 Part 1

Ramanand Sagar Ramayan Episode 1 Part 2

Ramanand Sagar Ramayan Episode 1 Part 3

Ramanand Sagar Ramayan Episode 1 Part 4

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Shri Krishna - 221 episodes
Ramanand Sagar's Shri Krishna is truly an epic serial. In over 200 episodes, it covers three epochs worth of Hindu Mythology, and even touches on the lives and teachings of recent saints like Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu and Surdasji. Beginning with Matsya Avtaar, Lord Vishnu's first earthly incarnation, it presents almost every tale from the Vaishnav tradition in a way that is entertaining, educational, and enlightening all at the same time. The heartfelt performances of the cast will draw you in; the detailed account of the scriptures will provide you with all the facts; and the Sagarji's inimitable screenplay and dialogues will leave you with life lessons that you will remember forever.

Sagarji's painstaking research for the show involved combing Shrimad Bhagwat Mahapuran, the Brahma Vairvart, Agni, Harivansh, Padma, Vishnu, and Markandeya Purans, and the Garg Samhita among other scriptural sources. Through the rarely recounted but highly enlightening stories found in these scriptures regarding each character's past life, viewers understand the characters and the events of the epic better than ever before. Previous presentations of Lord Krishna's earthly activities have only skimmed their surface, which sometimes leads to misconceptions that make his extraordinary leelas seem ordinary and have people wondering why he is worshipped by billions around the world. There is no better way to erase such doubts and replace them with devotion than treating yourself to Ramanand Sagar's Shri Krishna.

Ramanand Sagar's Shri Krishna: All Episodes

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Jai Shri Krishna
 
Jai Shri Krishna, a Meenakshi Sagar Production speaks of the joyful story of God Krishna's childhood adventures. A multi-layered, magnificent epic tale of this universal God will trace natkhat gopal's journey right from his birth under dire circumstances to being taken to Gokul and being nurtured by his surrogate mother Yashoda and finally leading to the killing of his sinister uncle Kans.

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Jai Shri Krishna' is the joyful story of God Krishna's childhood adventures. A multi-layered, magnificent epic tale of this universal God will trace natkhat gopal's journey from his birth under dire circumstances to being taken to Gokul and being nurtured by his surrogate mother Yashoda. The story of this 'Murli Manohar' transcends across all age groups with his mischievous yet, sweet and playful actions compelling the Gopis of Gokul to designate him as 'Makhan Chor'. It chronicles the growing ...up years of the Krishna in Gokul and traverses his tales in Mathura wherein he brings to task his evil uncle Kans and his sinister designs.
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Jai Shri Krishna is an Indian television series produced by Sagar Pictures which airs on the newly launched Indian channel Colors. It is a Remake of Late Ramanand Sagar's successful show Sri Krishna and will be handled by the new generation of Sagars. It is based on Mahabharata, Harivamsa, Bhagavata Purana and the Vishnu Purana.

It tells the story of the Bhagavana Vishnu's Avaatar, Shree Krishna. The story took place in India, covering cities like Gokhul, Mathura, Hastinapur, Dawaraka. It shows the different leelas or stories of Shree Krishna from his birth, childhood, teenage years, prince of Mathura and prince of Dwaraka.

He was known as Makhan Chor (butter thief). His eternal friendship with Sudama is a good example of true friendship. He killed demon queen Putana and tamed the venomous serpent Kaliya. Yet another amazing story is, how the little boy shows the entire Universe in his open mouth to his Mother, Yashoda.

As a teenager he shared a divine relationship with Radha. His dance with the Gopis (milkmaids) of Vrindavana became known as the Rasa lila. When he became a fully grown man he slayed his evil uncle Kans.

Later as a prince Krishna married Rukmini, Satyabhama and Jambavati.Krishna also married 16,100 maidens who were being held in captivity by demon Narakasura, to save their honor. Krishna's wives are believed to be forms of the goddess Lakshmi - consort of Vishnu.

Krishna was the cousin of Pandavas, and best friend of Arjun. He was like a brother to Draupadi and rescued her when she was insulted and almost assaulted by the the Kauravs, who had unfairly won her, along with with the rest of the Pandava's assets, in a wager. He imparted the knowledge of Bhagvad Gita to motivate Arjuna, prior to the great battle of Kurukshetra.

He was the perfect son, husband, brother, friend, king and lover. The show follows every aspect of lord Krishna's life starting from his childhood days to his life as a teenager, prince and the king of Dwaraka.


Cast

Actor/Actress Role
Dhriti Bhatia Kanhaiya (child)
Zeb Khan
Nandrai
Aditi Sajwan Yashodha
Meghan Jadhav Kanhaiya (young)
Kritika Sharma Radha
Nitin Prabhat Balram

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Meenakshi Sagar's Jai Shri Krishna, which aired from July 21, 2008 - 2009, is a recent mythological series that, unlike most of the other options on television nowadays, is perfect for the whole family. It is an imaginative, heartwarming take on Lord Krishna's childhood. A remake of the Late Ramanand Sagar's Shri Krishna, Meenakshi Sagar's Jai Shri Krishna used as its sources the Shrimad Bhagavat Puran, Harivamsa, and Vishnu Puran as its sources. The soul of the show lied in the prodigious performance of child actress Dhriti Bhatia, who portrayed both the "masti" and the divine compassion of young Shri Krishna with astonishing precision and captivating charm. The teenage Krishna played by Meghan Jadhav was equally charming; his depth and sincerity brought Shri Krishna's most famous "prem leelas" with Radha Rani to life beautifully. Add Aditi Sajwan and Zeb Khan to the mix as Yashoda Maiya and Nand Baba respectively, and you have the perfect loving family with whom you can laugh, cry, and learn so much along the way.






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NDTV Imagine is uploading the entire Ramayan serial unedited on youtube in HQ quality (with subtitles for non-Hindi speaking folk). Currently, they have uploaded up to middle-end of Uttar Kand and surmise they will finish by the end of this year or beginning of next.
 
Here are the first two episodes of Ramayan. The rest can be found in NDTV Imagine's Ramayan playlist.
 
Episode #1:
 
Summary (as is given by NDTV Imagine):

King Dasrath and his army receive a tumultuous welcome in Ayodhya on their victory in a battle with neighbouring kingdom. Dasraths subjects hail him with cries of praise and adulation. His three queens express their relief and joy on his victorious return.
The triumphant soldiers are welcomed back by their families. Their wives apply auspicious Vermillion tilaks on the foreheads of the men as a mark of respect and celebration on their safe and successful return. Their children touch their feet respectfully.
King Dastrath is happy to see the reunion and observe the warmth of the soldiers families. He overhears a little boy telling his father that he too would like to go to the battlefield with his father to protect him. His parents hug him with pride. The childs concern for his father touches a sensitive chord in Dasraths heart.
In his palace he muses over the childs words. Daasrath is in the ancestors room in the palace. He looks at the statues of his ancestors and his eyes turn moist as the thought gnaws him that he is childless and there is no son in his life to feel proud of him and take on the mantle of royal responsibilities. He wonders what would have happened had he been killed in the battle.I have no son to continue Raghuvansh lineage he tells the ancestors quietly in a choked voice. The three Queens enter the chamber and Dasrath shares his sad thoughts with them. Sage Vashisht arrives at this point and the all knowing sage tells Dasrath no to despair. He advises him to perform the putra kamyeshti yagya and tells him that only Rishi Shring will be able to perform the yagya.
King Dasrath leaves for Rishi Shring ashram hopefully. He waits outside patiently as the Rishi is meditating inside. Two days and nights pass and Dasrath continues to wait in the conviction that the Rishi will listen to his plea. Finally he gets his audience with the Rishi. A divine voice has addressed Rishi Shring and instructed him to perform the Putra Kameshthi yagya in dasraths palace.

 
 
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The Putra Kameshthi Yagya is ceremoniously performed by Rishi Shring in Ayodhya in the palace of King Dasrath.
A Divya Prurush (a divine being) appears from the yagya with a bowl of kheer (sweetened milk) and offers it to king Dasrath. Rishi Shring orders Dasrath to accept the kheer and let his three queens have portions of it.
Dasrath obeys Rishi Shring. The three Queens partake of the kheer.
When queen Kaikeyi returns to her chamber, Manthra tells Kaikeyi that she should have not shared kheer with the other two queens. Kaikeyi tell her that her happiness is in the happiness of Kaushalya and Sumitra.
All the three queens are now in family way. They give birth to sons. While Kaushalya and Kaikeyi have one son each, Sumitra gives birth to twins. King Dashraths joy knows no bounds. He has four handsome sons now.
Dashraths subjects celebrate with joy in the streets of Ayodhya.
The naming ceremony in the palace is preside over by Vashisht, Kaushalyas son is named Ram, Kaikeyis son is named Bharat and Sumitras sons are called Lakshman and Shatrughan.
Guru Vashisht blesses them all.

 
|| Jai Shree Ram ||


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Meera's temple to Krishna at Chittorgarh Fort, Rajasthan

Meera, a Rajput princess[1] was born in Kudki (Kurki), a little village near Merta, which is presently in the Nagaur district of Rajasthan in northwest India. Her father, Ratan Singh Rathore, was a warrior of the Rathore clan, the son of Rao Jodha of Mandore (1416-1489 CE), founder of the city of Jodhpur in 1459.

As an infant Meera became deeply enamoured of an iconic doll of Krishna owned by a visiting holy man she was inconsolable until she possessed it and probably kept it all her life. Her mother was supportive of her religious tendencies but she died early.

Meera's marriage was arranged at an early age, traditionally to Prince Bhoj Raj, the eldest son of Rana Sanga of Chittor. However her new family did not approve of her piety and devotion when she refused to worship their family deity and maintained that she was only truly married to Krishna.

The Meera Museum in Merta City

The Rajputana had remained fiercely independent of the Delhi Sultanate, the Islamic regime that otherwise ruled Hindustan after the conquests of Timur. But in the early 16th century CE the central Asian concquerer Babur laid claim to the Sultanate and some Rajputs supported him while others ended their lives in battle with him. Her husband's death in battle (in 1527 CE?) was only one of a series of losses Meera experienced in her twenties, including the death of her mother. She appears to have despaired of loving anything temporal and turned to the eternal, transforming her grief into a passionate spiritual devotion that inspired in her countless songs drenched with eroticism and separation.[2]

Meera's devotion to Krishna was at first a private thing but at some moment it overflowed into an ecstasy that led her to dance in the streets of the city. Her brother-in-law, the new ruler of Chittorgarh, was Vikramaaditya, an ill-natured youth who strongly objected to Meera's fame, her mixing with commoners and carelessness of feminine modesty. There were several attempts to poison her.[2] Her sister-in-law Udabai is said to have spread defamatory gossip.

At some time Meera declared herself a disciple of the guru Ravidas[3] ("guru miliyaa raidasjee") and left for the centre of Krishnaism, Vrindavan. She considered herself to be a reborn gopi, Lalita, mad with love for Krishna. Folklore informs us of a particular incident where she expressed her desire to engage in a discussion about spiritual matters with Rupa Goswami, a direct disciple of Chaitanya and one of the foremost saint of Vrindavan that time who, being a renunciate celibate, refused to meet a woman. Meera replied that the only true man (purusha) in this universe is lord Krishna. She continued her pilgrimage, "danced from one village to another village, almost covering the whole north of India".[4] One story has her appearing in the company of Kabir in Kashi, once again causing affront to social mores. She seems to have spent her last years as a pilgrim in Dwarka, Gujarat.

 
 
 

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