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    भविष्यफल- गुरू सूर्य का सम्सप्तक योग, किसे देगा सक्सेस (19 April)

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    गुरुवार का गुडलक- इश्क चढ़ेगा परवान (19 April)

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    Connecting Hearts - India's Pan Africa E-Network

    The film presents a project called Pan African E-Network, brainchild of the former President of India Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, initiated in 2007. The film shows how the establishment of the E-Network has positively impacted development, especially in areas of education and health in a number of countries in Africa and strengthened bilateral relations between India and the African nations. Dr. Kalam talks about the immense scope of the project that will provide tele-education and tele-medicine services to 53 African countries for years to come. The initiative was awarded the 2010 Hermes Prize for Innovation.

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  • Watch Bonding with Africa Video
    Bonding with Africa

    This film captures the warmth of the friendship shared by 2 billion people across the countries of India and Africa. The film brings out the economic, diplomatic, political and personal relationships between the people of India and countries in Africa.

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  • Watch The Musalman - Preservation of a Dream Video
    The Musalman - Preservation of a Dream

    The 'Musalman' is probably the last handwritten newspaper in the world. It has been published and read every day in South India's Chennai since 1927 in almost the same form. In the shadow of the Wallajah Mosque in Chennai, a team of six die hard workers still put out this hand-penned paper. Four of them are katibs -- writers dedicated to the ancient art of Urdu calligraphy. It's tough for the die-hard artists of Urdu calligraphy. But the story we tell here is not just of their desperation and despair. The fact is, at the office of 'The Musalman', the oldest Urdu daily in India, no one has ever quit. They work till they pass on. This is the story we tell.

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  • Watch Kolkata Blues Video
    Kolkata Blues

    The film is a glimpse into the myriad of musical traditions that Kolkata possesses. Culturally, Kolkata has been at the epicenter of the Bengal renaissance movement and much of the music that has emerged from the city reflects the revolutionary spirit of Bengal, the Bengali attitude toward reform and action towards social change. Kolkata Blues is an intimate return to the city in order to place its music in the larger urban-political canvas and to show the reactionary power of music to social injustices.

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    Quit India

    Quit India' is a film that depicts the last phase of the Indian struggle for freedom. The pre and post events of the Quit India movement, including the first demand for partition by Muslim League, the British demanding Indian participation in World War II, the Satyagraha that followed, the Cripp's proposal, are shown in the film. The film presents the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Maulana Azad and Rajagopalachari. Quit India was a non-violent movement of non-cooperation in which people stood united in their resolve for non-violence

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  • Watch Pride of India - Shama Zaidi Video
    Pride of India - Shama Zaidi

    There is very little known about Shama Zaidi despite her significant contributions to the growth of Indian cinema. Art direction, costume designing, script writing, direction- Shama Zaidi has been involved in all aspects of film making. Born in a culturally rich family, Shama's mother started the Hindustani theater group in 1940. Inspired by her mother, Shama Zaidi's pursued her chosen art form as a career which spanned around 25 films and many short films and television documentaries. The film starts with the earliest form of cinema and motion pictures and how Shama Zaidi became an integral part of the evolution of Indian Cinema. Her association with films brought her in contact with eminent filmmakers like Satyajit Ray, Shyam Benegal, M.S. Sathyu and others.

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  • Watch Pride of India - Ritu Kumar Video
    Pride of India - Ritu Kumar

    One of a seven-part series on eminent women, 'Pride of India - Ritu Kumar' is a portrait of the fashion designer. In the 1960s and 70s, Indian traditional art and embroidery went through a renaissance and reached its zeal. Contributing to this was India's leading fashion designer Ritu Kumar, who began her career from a small two-table factory in Calcutta. The film charts her career as a leading fashion designer of India. Her efforts not only created greater employment for our skilled craftsmen, but also put India on the map of the world's fashion industry. Today she is acknowledged as one of the greatest ambassadors of India's indigenous textiles and arts. Her creations have been hailed as classics where the delicateness and detail of the traditional crafts have seamlessly merged with the simplicity of contemporary style.

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  • Watch Pride of India - Mallika Sarabhai Video
    Pride of India - Mallika Sarabhai

    Part of a seven-part series on eminent women, 'Pride of India - Mallika Sarabhai' is a portrait of this eminent dancer. Based on Mallika Sarabhai's personal testimony, the film traces her journey and growth as an artist whose work and means of artistic expression refuse to be straightjacketed. Her hybrid use of dance, drama and puppetry not only tests the limit of creative expression, but her constant involvement in using art as a pedagogical tool demonstrates how the arts can be used for the welfare of a community. Her commitment to her art is equally significant as her commitment towards sensitising society to the marginalised communities by providing representation.

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  • Watch Of Melodies Divine Video
    Of Melodies Divine

    The Langas live in the villages of the great Thar Desert in western India. Barnava is a magical village, every home here reverberates to the sound of music. Melody and rhythm are the heart and soul of langa life. Music is such an intrinsic part of Langa life that it might be true to say that 'Langa' children sing before they speak. They earn their livelihood by music and song singing at the home of their patrons or 'Jujmans'. As years passed by langas have moved to neighboring towns of Jodhpur and Jaisalmer. Langa music is the best of Indian classical, folk, Sufi and devotional styles. The Langas have presented a new genre of music without any formal training and with the gift for improvisation. Their tremendous zest for life their delight in their music which forms and instant rapport with listeners.

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  • Watch Nectar in Stone Video
    Nectar in Stone

    Nectar in Stone' explores the traces of Indian culture and architecture in the South East Asian countries of Cambodia and Vietnam. The story of the birth of Cambodia traces back to an Indian Brahmin receiving the country as a wedding present when he married the Khmer King's daughter. Sculptures of Rama, Vishnu and Devi still exist in the region. Many Shivalingams can be still seen in the Mahendra Parvet of Ankola in Cambodia. Walls and galleries displaying the battle of Ramayana, battles between Gods and Demons and the depiction of heaven and hell are part of the spectacular mass of stone called 'nectar in stone' that makes the Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument ever constructed. In these forms, we witness the glory of the Khmers, their King Suryaverman the 2nd, and the legend of Lord Vishnu

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    Life Encoded

    Micro organisms are everywhere and theses single-cell organisms are acknowledged as the oldest life forms on the planet. While some bacteria are useful to mankind, others are dangerous. Knowledge of genetic structure across species has helped scientists understand basic life functions. A whole new world has opened up in the quest to understand the building blocks of life from DNA to proteins, and the information being uncovered is fascinating. India has created a new frontier in the field of genetic engineering, research and development, and bio-informatics. India has a global competitive edge in biotechnology and in its manufacturing ability due to the presence of a strong ancillary industry. This film documents the Indian initiative in the field of biotechnology.

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  • Watch India: The Cyber Frontiers Video
    India: The Cyber Frontiers

    Part 1 of 'India the Cyber Frontier' looks at the IT revolution and its impact on India. On the threshold of the 21st century, India experienced a new kind of industrial revolution- the IT revolution- a process of technological growth which transformed the very perception of a developing economy. Processes of management underwent significant changes. The advancement in information technology created an explosion that unleashed tremendous potential. India reached out to the world and created a brand equity for the country. After two decades of development, there are countries trying to emulate the Indian success story. The potential of IT and its high capacity to generate wealth, foreign exchange and employment has caught the imagination of the world and key decision makers.

    Part 2 looks at Indians in the Silicon Valley. The Silicon Valley in California has more millionaires per sq. mile than anywhere in the world. It is remarkable how far the Indians in the Silicon Valley have come in such a short time. By the 1980s, Indian engineers had become a permanent fixture in a Silicon Valley cubicle. They began moving into management and eventually tried their hands at starting software and hardware companies of their own. Sabeer Bhatia, Rakesh Mathur, Vinod Dham are a few of the eminent Indian entrepreneurs in Silicon valley. These remarkable entrepreneurs not only represent the best of Indian minds, but also visionaries who are leading the world into the new Information Age.

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  • Watch Citizen of the World - Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan Video
    Citizen of the World - Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan

    Pashtun leader Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan was closely identified with Gandhi as a friend and follower and is known in India as the Frontier Gandhi. He shunned all forms of violence in the fight for freedom. The film unfolds by narrating stories from Ghaffar Khan's life. He defied the British and the Russians, his only mission was a free and democratic homeland for the Pathans, a place without violence, a place where Pathans would live with their head held high. He opened schools to provide basic education to the children. Mahatma Gandhi described him as 'A man of god' and across the world he is known as the 'A citizen of the world'.

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  • Watch India Wins Freedom Video
    India Wins Freedom

    At the stroke of the midnight hour when the world sleeps, India will awake to light and freedom' - this was the proclamation made by Pandit Nehru on the eve of India's independence. But freedom for India came at a cost of Partition and misery due to communal riots and strife between the Hindu and Muslim communities. Overnight millions became homeless, millions became refugees. 'India wins Freedom' is a film on the struggle for freedom by the people of the country and a reflection on the price that the country had to pay for freedom. The film contains rare footage of historical importance that re-ignite the sense of passion and commitment inherent in the struggle for Independence

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  • Watch India and South East Asia Video
    India and South East Asia

    This film traces back India's historical relations with South East Asia as seen through the prism of maritime contact between the two regions. The film travels through 10 countries and explores the growth of port towns in India that played a critical role in the exchange of nutmeg, pepper and cloves to the highly prized Gujarati textiles. The film also shows how Indian traditions have become an integral part of South East Asia. This includes exchange of mythological epics like Ramayana and Mahabharata, as well as the influence on architecture as seen in Borobudur and Angkor Wat. The film pays tribute to the rich and varied exchanges between the two regions and their evolution through the years.

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  • Watch In the Season of Blue Storm Video
    In the Season of Blue Storm

    Through discourses in popular culture and at times even hard-lined divisiveness within the Islamic religion, stereotypical notions about Muslim women have perpetuated across centuries. They are projected as faceless and voiceless individuals of the society, trapped within age old traditions and the burqa. The film traces the lives of four Indian Muslim women, in pursuit of a self-identity. Their path to self-hood has been marked by access to education, the courage to defy societal norms and a supportive family structure that treats women at an equal footing with men. From a pilot, a radio jockey to an IAS officer, these four characters have charted varied routes for themselves. They provide an example of character to the rest of the population of Indian women rather than providing a singular, narrow-minded notion of a body trapped behind the veil.

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  • Watch In the Land of Chhinnopatro Video
    In the Land of Chhinnopatro

    Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore is a key figure in the literary world. This film begins with the journey of a young Tagore, who travelled across the rivers Padma and Gauri and wrote a series of letters to his niece Indira Devi. Locked in them are some wonderful experiences of Tagore's appreciation of nature and his intimate contact with the day to day life. This later became the book 'Chhinnopatro'. The film journeys through the state of Bengal to the neighboring country Bangladesh in a quest to discover Tagore's life away from home and existence at that moment.

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  • Watch Chandrayaan I Video
    Chandrayaan I

    The successful launch of the Chandrayaan-I mission to the moon and the landing of the Moon Impact Probe on the lunar surface on November 14, 2008 was an important milestone for Indian science. The significance of this landmark event was further accentuated when the data from the Probe established the presence of water molecules on the moon. This film documents the epic voyage of Chandrayaan-I, tracing its planning, its objectives and the cost effective manner in which it delivered its payloads to their destinations. The film also brings out the remarkable collaboration between the global scientific community and their Indian counterparts in ensuring that the saga of Chandrayaan-I will be remembered as another long step for mankind.

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    Beyond Tradition

    Beyond Tradition' is an journey into the world of contemporary dance practices of India and the struggle of a new dance form to break through the traditional moulds. The film documents the pathbreaking works of eminent dancers like Daksha Seth, Anita Ratnam, Aditi Mangaldas and Mallika Sarabhai. Though thematically different from each other, their works find a common ground in pushing the limits of physicality in dance and trying to find a new mode of expression that is tied up to the roots of cultural memory

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  • Watch Are You Listening? Video
    Are You Listening?

    In the backdrop of today's world of intolerance, where the fear of unknown and unfamiliar is ruling supreme, a group of people in West Bengal called Baul and Fakir, who are the outcome of the Bhakti and the Marfati Sufi movements, are celebrating the differences and diversity of civilisation through their songs and lifestyle. 'Are you listening?' goes up close to the poets who sing of love and tolerance and finds that they live by the principles that they preach. The wandering minstrels of Bengal are the on a mission to spread the message of peace and love in a world marked by intolerance and difference.

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  • Watch Living Stories: Storytelling Traditions of India Video
    Living Stories: Storytelling Traditions of India

    The film takes us on journey to different parts of India, to explore the different kinds of story telling arts in India- from Padvani, a story telling art in Chhattisgarh, to Kathakali, in Kerala. Exploring all these art forms by conversing with artists who perform these, the film presents the socio-cultural background of each of these forms of story telling. Using interviews of various contemporary story tellers of India, it discusses how this art has survived in the contemporary society. It also shows how local legends and myths in the collective popular consciousness have influenced the religious motifs.

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    This is Asia's Time

    This film documents India's relationship with Association of South East Asian Nations or ASEAN from the standpoint of business, trade, economy and culture. It projects the dynamic economic relationship which has its basis in the centuries old historical, cultural and religious ties between the nations

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  • Watch Vanashree - The Living Tree Video
    Vanashree - The Living Tree

    The tree has always been an important part of the Indian tradition and culture. 'Vanashree - The Living Tree' reflects a vital emblem in the Indian tradition, marked by a symbiotic relationship between man and nature. India's history, religion and culture is replete with stories of nature and animal welfare. Dating back to the era of Krishna, people associated nature as gods who provided food and shelter, where the Vana, or the trees, were a part of lifestyle; or the Kalpavriksha, a mythological, wish-fulfilling divine tree, along with the kamadhenu, or 'wish-granting cow'. Within this context, the film tries to understand the way of life of tribal groups in the Andaman and Nicobar islands where the islanders live in harmony with nature. Even though stereotyped as barbarians, these communities highlight the growing need for conservation of nature on which survival of mankind is based.

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  • Watch The Shillong Chamber Choir and the Little Home School Video
    The Shillong Chamber Choir and the Little Home School

    Shillong Chamber Choir and the Little Home School' is the story of one man's endurance to empower his community through educational reform and allow for a system where children would be allowed to grow irrespective of their talents and skills. Neil Nongkynrih's vision to create a school for children in Meghalaya started out as an attempt to just gather people around and play a variety of music. But the choir instead, developed a unique repertoire. Mozart and Beethoven are intertwined with regional tunes from the Khasi area. Along with the music school, there is a home school run by Nongkynrih where sixteen children live, study and pray together

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  • Watch Glimpses of Indian Paintings Video
    Glimpses of Indian Paintings

    Glimpses of Indian Paintings' traces the evolution of Indian paintings back to the ancient rock art like the Bhimbetka caves in Madhya Pradesh, to the medieval Indian Buddhist art promoted by Emperor Ashoka. The film compares the different art forms ranging from Indian tribal art to the technically more trained works like the Ajanta paintings and Jodhpur miniatures, and delves into the influence of social and political trends in these works of art. The film also provides glimpses into the diversified techniques of Indian art forms - sketches, calendar paintings and the Bengal wash techniques - and depicts works by contemporary artists and the new techniques developed by these artists. From the rock paintings to the works of contemporary Indian painters, Indian paintings and art as a journey has covered about fourteen thousand years and evolved into one of the richest art traditions of the world

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  • Watch A Self Portrait Video
    A Self Portrait

    A Self Portrait' depicts the challenges in front of Muslim women who are faced with the daunting task of having to break out of the stereotypical world view that is projected upon them by outsiders. The purdah has cast these women in a traditional and rigid framework, where the cloth is seen as a barrier to gaining literacy and self identity. However, today Muslim women are coming out in large numbers to support their sisters by either building mosques which results in freedom from cleric-controlled jammats, propagating education and health care, thereby creating new social space within the Muslim community. The scope to undertake work for societal benefit rests on these women who are faced with the dual challenge of breaking gender
    as well as religious stereotypes.

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  • Watch Divine Shadows Video
    Divine Shadows

    Shadow puppet theatre is one of the most fascinating and spellbinding forms of
    theatre and story telling - a form that transfers knowledge of epic texts like the Ramayana and the Vedas and the wisdom implicit in them. 'Divine Shadows' explores Wayang or the shadow puppet theatre of South-East Asia that tell stories from Hindu epics. The Hindu Ramayana is the primary source of text for the plays. Indian culture and literature such as the Vedas, Ramayana and the Mahabharata were introduced in Indonesia through Wayang, or the Puppet theatre, and it was through these performances that audiences acquired knowledge of administration, military and other disciplines. Even in the new millennium, these puppet stories continue to captivate audiences.

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  • Watch Cradle by the Stream Video
    Cradle by the Stream

    Cradle by the Stream' travels into the rich cultural and mythological traditions of Varanasi- one of the oldest centres of learning and knowledge known to man. On the banks of River Ganges lies the city of Banaras or Varanasi, one of the oldest centres of learning and knowledge known to man. A city whose fame was established by the Hindu essence of moksha has over the years transformed itself as a vital cultural site in the Indian canvas. From the Banarasi saris to the rich musical tradition that resides in the city, there are multiple reasons why Banaras continues to attract people from India and abroad

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  • Watch Can You Hear Me? Video
    Can You Hear Me?

    A truly democratic form of information dissemination, community radio projects across India have been phenomenal success stories in not only empowering the community by giving them fast and accurate information, but also making the local population a part of the media production. 'Can You Hear Me?' narrates stories of three community radio initiatives from across the country - Sangam Radio from rural Andhra Pradesh, Ujjas Radio in Gujarat and the Namma Dhwani radio project in Budikote. Each of these initiatives has been crucial in serving the needs of the community and reporting on hyper local events through exposes using methods of investigative journalism. Community radio reflects a truly democratic form of information dissemination in which listeners have come to acquire rights over the media produced.

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  • Watch The Alkap Story Video
    The Alkap Story

    A traditional form of mass communication from Murshidabad, Alkap was used to raise awareness about social injustices and taboos. Today, however, the lack of financial support and influences of popular culture is rendering the original Alkap almost extinct. Alkap is a folk song and a dance tradition of Bengal. In this form, performers just have a notion of the plot and the actual performance takes place as an improvisation in the manner of Italian 'Commedia del Arte.' The performers are divided into two groups that evokes a verbal argument and when the limits of oral exchange is reached, the play begins to evoke a sexual humor. Traditionally, the plays were often performed outside the jurisdiction area because of the sexual connotation within the play. Today the roles that men traditionally played in the plays, by cross
    dressing as women are slowly being taken over by women and traditional tunes are being replaced by Bengali film songs- rendering the original Alkap almost extinct.

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  • Watch A Short History of Indian Spices Video
    A Short History of Indian Spices

    Spices have been an essential part of human civilisation. In the Indian civilisation too, trading of spices has been integrally connected to its history. Spices were traded through India right from the time of Romans. Between the 7th to 15th centuries, Arab merchants supplied spices to Europe, and for a very long time they kept their source of spices in India a closely guarded secret. Many sea voyages set sail from Europe in search of India for its spices. Over time, spices began to be exploited commercially by foreign traders. Ayurveda believed that spices, with their medicinal qualities, could infuse health into the diet. For centuries, the social system of medicine was closely linked to the culinary culture of ancient India. Today the world of spices keeps reinventing itself and fuelling the economies of the world.

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    A Nation Celebrates

    The film commemorates the 50 years of Indian independence by narrating 4 stories of ordinary Indian people who have taken those first important steps that have brought about a transformation in themselves and their community. The film explores the efforts of these people whose moving saga of courage, and hope is a sort of a permanent celebration of the Indian spirit. It portrays the lives of some extraordinary ordinary people from Banda (UP), Kottayam(kerala), Agra (UP), and Tilonia (Raj)

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