Ramayan (1986 TV series)

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Ramayan
Ramayan poster.jpg
Ramayan promotional poster
Created by Ramanand Sagar
Starring Arun Govil
Deepika Chikhalia
Sunil Lahri
Sanjay Jog
Arvind Trivedi
Dara Singh
Vijay Arora
Sameer Rajda
Mulraj Rajda
Lalita Pawar
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi (primary)
Awadhi (minor)
No. of episodes 78
Production
Running time 35 minutes
Release
Original network Doordarshan
Original release 25 January 1987 – 31 July 1988
Chronology
Followed by Luv Kush

Ramayan is an Indian epic television series, which aired during 1987-1988, created, written, and directed by Ramanand Sagar.[1] The remake of Ramayan series was again presented by Sagar Arts and which aired on NDTV Imagine in 2008. Ramayan introduced the concept of Hindu mythology to Indian Television and went on to become a cult classic, it was aired on Zee TV in mid-90's. Also, it was aired on Star Plus and Star Utsav in 2000's. [2][3]

It is a television adaptation of the ancient Indian Hindu religious epic of the same name, and is primarily based on Valmiki's Ramayana and Tulsidas' Ramcharitmanas.[citation needed]

The serial was brought to the small screen by Sagar Art Enterprises. The list of technicians is as follows:

Screenplay & Dialogue - Ramanand Sagar; Special Effects - Ravikant Nagaich; Technical Advisor - Prem Sagar; Lyrics & Music - Ravindra Jain; Title Music - Jaidev; Executive Producer - Subhash Sagar; Second Unit Directors - Anand Sagar & Moti Sagar; Produced & Directed - Ramanand Sagar.

Cast

See also

References

  1. ^ "Behind the scenes: Dress designers to actors & deities". The Tribune. 20 April 2003. Retrieved 2 June 2013. 
  2. ^ "Ramayan to be back on small screen". Movie ndtv. 
  3. ^ "NDTV Imagine to recreate ‘Ramayan’ magic". Media 247. 

Footnotes

  • Karp, Jonathan and Williams, Michael. "Reigning Hindu TV Gods of India Have Viewers Glued to Their Sets." The Wall Street Journal, 22 April 1998
  • Lutgendorf, Philip (1991). The Life of a Text: Performing the Ramcharitmanas of Tulsidas. Berkeley, California: University of California Press. ISBN 0-520-06690-1. 
  • Lutgendorf, Philip (1990). "Ramayan: The Video". TDR/The Drama Review. The MIT Press. 34 (2): 127–176. ISSN 1054-2043. JSTOR 1146030. doi:10.2307/1146030. 
  • Lutgendorf, Philip (2006). "All in the (Raghu) Family: A Video Epic in Cultural Context". In Hawley, John Stratton; Narayanan, Vasudha. The Life of Hinduism. The Life of Religion. Berkeley: University of California Press. pp. 140–157. ISBN 978-0-520-24913-4. 
  • National Endowment for the Humanities. "Lessons of the Epics: The Ramayana". EdSITEment Lesson Plans. Available online from http://edsitement.neh.gov/view_lesson_plan.asp?id=599 (18 January 2006).

Rajagopal, Arvind, Politics After Television: Hindu Nationalism and the Reshaping of the Public in India. Cambridge University Press, 2001.

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