JAI JAI JAI BAJRANGBALI!
Mumbai May 30 : Sahara One has always been at the forefront in meeting and fulfulling its
viewers spiritual and religious emotions with its mythological series. Be it Ganesh Leela, Om
Namoh Narayana or the ongoing Mata Ki Chowki,
Sahara One's mythological series have always been
appreciated by the viewers.
Now, Sahara One, in collaboration with the
production house of Sagar Arts, humbly brings to its
viewers a reverent depiction of the epic story of Lord
Hanuman in "JAI JAI JAI BAJRANGBALI" starting
Monday, June 6, Every Monday to Friday at 8.30
p.m. and 10.30 p.m.
Lord Hanuman's worship and devotion is celebrated
in a variety of religious and cultural traditions, all
over Asia and the world. In India, Ram Bhakta
Hanuman has a special place in every devotee's
heart. An ardent devotee of Lord Ram, a general
among the vanaras, Lord Hanuman is also known as
Anjaneya, Maruti, Pavanputra, Anjaniputra,
Bajrangbali and Hanumat. Such is the faith in Lord
Hanuman, that he is worshipped for a variety of
reasons – for fortitude and strength, for protection
from fear of any ill force and also for relief from the ill effects of "Shani". So renowned is the
devotion of Lord Hanuman to Shri Ram that it is believed, Lord Hanuman is present
wherever the Ramayana katha is read, responding to the call of His unconditional believers.
Various names of Bajrangbali
in different languages and
Indonesian – Hanoman
Javanese – Anoman
Lao – Hunlaman
Malay – Andoman
(I bow my head and salute the emissary of Shri Ram, Who has won over his mind, Who
has similar speed as wind, Who has mastery over his organs, Who is the greatest
among knowledgeable, Who is the son of God of wind, And who is the chief in the army
As a manifestation of Lord Shiva as the 11th Rudravtar, Lord Hanuman has most of the
virtues of Lord Shiva and is a yogi like him. Lord Hanuman is portrayed in all Hindu spiritual
literature as a karma yogi forever immersed in the service of Lord Ram. He is also a
destroyer like Lord Shiva when the need arises. His weapon is the mace he carries, which he
uses to destroy enemies. In a more spiritual sense, the destruction associated with Lord
Shiva is the destruction of the ego of those who think they are invincible like Ravana. For
example, Lord Hanuman does exactly that when he confronts Ravana in his darbar in Lanka
and later burns the golden Lanka to ashes with his tail, which is set on fire by Ravana's
"JAI JAI JAI BAJRANGBALI" will follow the story of Lord Hanuman from his birth to his
meeting Shri Ram, the battle against Ravana and the rescue of Mata Sita, to his desire that
he remains on earth as long as Rama's name is venerated by people. A new approach to the
story will tell the purpose of Lord Hanuman's coming to the mortal world as the eleventh
Rudravtar of Lord Shiva, the destroyer and transformer among the trinities.
This lavishly mounted serial will portray Lord Hanuman's life and service to humanity in
delivering the world from the atrocities of invincible demons like Ravana, and mortal agonies
like disease and evil influences. These will form the central idea of the script of Jai Jai Jai
Sagar Arts known for its landmark series including Ramayan, which changed the television
landscape, Jai Ganga Maiya, Jai Mahalakshmi, Jai Maa Durga, Shri Krishna, Sai Baba, and
many others. Directed by Prem Sagar and with Shiv Sagar as the Creative Producer, the
serial has a cast of handpicked actors playing the principal roles.
"JAI JAI JAI BAJRANGBALI" will telecast as primetime daily from Monday to Friday at
8.30 p.m. and 10.30 p.m on Sahara One.
Immerse yourself in the devotion of
"JAI JAI JAI BAJRANGBALI"
Starting Monday, June 6, Every Monday to Friday, at 8.30 p.m and
10.30 p.m only on SaharaOne Television.
For Further Information, Contact :
AJINKYA C. MANE / AMIT ANSHU SHARMA
09820234718 / 09819616582
SAHARA ONE TELEVISION