The essential philosophy of the entire Upanishadic thought – the Knowledge of the Self – is briefly dealt in this episode so that the audience is introduced to the essentials of the Upanishadic teaching right at the beginning. Narendra's experiment works wonders, and he resolves to uncover the Upanishadic Wisdom in a drama format through the Great Indian Theatre. On one hand, Gaurishankar gets an invitation to systematically teach the Upanishads to a group of seekers, and on the other, Narendra presents these lofty concepts through the medium of theatre. Thus begins the process of knowing oneself, answering the call of the Upanishads - "Arise. Awake. Know the Truth." Narendra presents the idea of knowing the Self through the medium of characters of Mahabharata who are blinded by the worldly thoughts and attachments. Gaurishankar, who also comes over to watch this is filled with pride and joy.
Why should you buy Upanishad Ganga DVDs?
* A unique and unprecedented concept of dramatizing subtle teachings of the Upanishads
* A valued souvenir which will be treasured for generations
* Ideal reference material for individuals as well as research and educational institutions, spiritual organisations, corporate companies, management and consulting firms
...Volume 2, Episodes 18-36 includes:
- Option for English subtitles
- Compilation of Sanskrit verses with transliteration & translation in English from each episode
- Compilation of resources including books and DVDs for further reflection on the concepts from each episode
- Easy access to powerful scenes, songs and chants
Upanishad Ganga DVDs of all 52 episodes are available as a pack collection in all Shemaroo outlets.
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Nominated for 8 categories of the 12th Telly awards in 2013 and a winner of 3 of them.
Best actor in supporting role
Best edu-tainment/science/knowledge show
Best dialogue writer: Dr. Chandraprakash Dwivedi (Winner)
Best music director: Amod Bhat (Winner)
Best choreographer: Bushan Lakandri (Winner)
Best historical/mythological serial (online award)