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Ramanand Sagars Ramayana (1986) - All Episodes - WITH ENGLISH SUBTITALS torrent (size: 11.980 GB)
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Ramanand Sagars Ramayana (1986) - All Episodes - {Hindi}{Eng subs} (SherrySingh)

Watch Ramanand Sagar's Ramayana (1986) - All Episodes:------ WITH ENGLISH SUBTITALS

( Ramayan was listed in the Limca Book of Records as the world's "most viewed mythological serial" until June 2003.)

an original dvd print ( all 78 episodes )with good sound and picture quality.

resolution as ( Width & Height ) :



best viewed in 1024x768 resolution

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Frame Rate :30fps.

Data Rate :140Kbps

Video Compression :avi format dvdrip

Category :Movies >Religious drama>


Created by :Ramanand Sagar

Language :Hindi With English Subtitals

Total Size :11.98 GB

Added By :sherrysingh

Date Added :07-10-2009 06:00 AM

Country of origin :India

Language(s) :Hindi

No. of episodes :78


Running time :35 minutes PER EPISODE

Based on :Valmiki's Ramayan ,Tulsidas'



Original channel :Doordarshan

Original run :January 25, 1987 – July 31, 1988

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Ramayan 1986( All 78 episodes ).AVI : 11.98 GB


Watch Ramanand Sagar's Ramayana (1986) - All Episodes:------

( Ramayan was listed in the Limca Book of Records as the world's "most viewed mythological serial" until June 2003.)

Overview :------

Ramayan is a highly successful Indian television series created, written, and directed by Ramanand Sagar. The 78-episode

series originally aired weekly on Doordarshan from January 25, 1987, to July 31, 1988, on Sundays at 9:30 a.m. IST.

When "Ramayan" aired, India (even then having a population over 900 million) came to a standstill. Buses stopped running,

religious services (Hindu and non-Hindu) were rescheduled, and everyone stopped what they were doing for 30 minutes

every Sunday morning to watch the ancient Indian epic brought to life on television. It's hard to believe that something

like that is possible, but it really happened. Despite being dismissed by some as a cheap production with garish sets,

cheesy special effects, and melodramatic dialogue, "Ramayan" was and continues to be a phenomenon.

True, the production is quite obviously very low budget and it shows in the special effects and sets.

(Tollywood director Bapu's "Seeta Kalyanam" a.k.a. "Seeta Swayamvar" shows a much better production, even though it,

too, was low-budget.) Some of the same actors are used repeatedly for various minor roles and voices. At times, it does

look like a high school production.

But, what Ramanand Sagar (who, in my opinion, is otherwise a mediocre filmmaker) has done here is spectacular. Despite

all of the above, "Ramayan" works incredibly well because one can sense that a great deal of devotion went into making

it. This is a series that really has a heart and soul. Every time I watch "Ramayan," I have a religious experience.

The dialogue might sound melodramatic to some (and sometimes it is), but the script is extremely faithful to the original

texts that it is based off of. Sometimes, lines are directly quoted from Valmiki or Tulsidas and translated into Hindi.

"Ramayan" takes very little dramatic license and so what is presented on screen is an accurate presentation of the

source texts. This gives "Ramayan" value not only to devout Hindus but also to students of Hindu religion and Indian epic

poetry, both of whom can watch the series and get a good understanding of the works of Valmiki, Tulsidas, and others.

The feeling conveyed in the television series is the feeling conveyed from a recital of the epic itself.

What also helps this series tremendously is the music by Ravindra Jain. Indian storytelling in general

(both in film and in religious sermons) has a tradition of mixing dialogue with songs. Here, Ravindra Jain uses music to

its fullest advantage. There are plenty of songs throughout the series, but they are placed in perfect situations.

This is not the typical Bollywood style of breaking into song and dance at random and inappropriate places. Instead,

rather than boring the audience with a long battle scene filled with cheap special effects, the battle is shown with

a song describing the battle. Scenes of devotion naturally have devotional music with them. Transition scenes are

accompanied by lines of Tulsidas. In fact, Jain sometimes cleverly and seamlessly merges his own lyrics with the poetry

of Tulsidas, creating songs that are modern masterpieces of music.

I'm generally satisfied with the casting choices. Arun Govil and Deepika do well as Rama and Sita. Dara Singh is not an

incredibly talented actor (he is originally a wrestler), but it worked for me to have him as Hanuman. My three favorite

performances, though, are Sunil Lahri as Lakshmana (he's got Lakshmana's angry look down perfectly), Vijay Arora as

Indrajit (he's got the boisterous personality down), and veteran character actress Lalita Pawar as Manthara

(a perfect choice, as Pawar made a career out of playing literally hundreds of Manthara-like characters).

Arvind Trivedi is not bad as Ravana, but he does not have the physically dominating presence that Ravana would need to

have. Ravana should be tall, dark, muscular, and handsome, and Trivedi is none of those things. Still, not a bad

performance on his part. (As an aside, the single worst casting choice is the actor picked to play Parshurama in one

episode early on in the series; they picked somebody less than 5 feet tall to play a domineering character and it

completely doesn't work.)

We tend to put all of that aside, though, because of just how well the story works for us. "Ramayan" made religion

fashionable on Indian television. This is why some scholars list Ramanand Sagar (who, I reiterate, was an otherwise

mediocre filmmaker) as one of 4 men (along with Valmiki, Tulsidas, and Kamban) who has shaped modern interpretations

of the Ramayana story. That is quite an achievement, to be one of the four main forces that guide a tradition that dates

back thousands of years, all on a budget (I'm told) of Rs. 100,000 per episode.

Really, I've already said more than needs to be said. All that really needs to be said is that "Ramayan" brought India to


It is a television adaptation of the ancient Indian religious epic of the same name and is primarily based on Valmiki's

Ramayan and Tulsidas' Ramcharitmanas. It is also partly derived from portions of Kamban's Kambaramayanam and

other works

One of the first, most popular and foremost television serial ever was Ramayan that actually brought real story

telling on television powerfully, and that swept all across India and abroad. It was one of the most interesting serial

done 20 years ago when the tv craft and production was very basic and not so sophisticated as now.

Despite all Ramayan was an incredibly successful and wonderfully presented story done by Ramanand Sagar with love

and compassion as his offering to Indian public, after decades of his film making experience. Ramayan was always popular

among masses of India and it is one of the most talked about and interesting epics that has been told orally from

generation to generation.

Anyone can see it anytime now on videos or Dvd and it still feels good, fresh and lively. One of the best entertainment for

children, young people and people of all ages of any origin. Ramayan is NOT religious but a story of ANCIENT INDIA put into

life. It is really colorful and soothing.

During its original broadcast, Ramayan was enormously popular, drawing over 500 million viewers. Its popularity reached

a point where the entire nation of India "came to a virtual stop as nearly everyone who could gain access to a television

stopped what they were doing to watch the televised adventures of Rama." In a phenomenon that the newsmagazine India

Today dubbed "Ramayan fever," religious services (Hindu and non-Hindu) were rescheduled to accommodate the show's

broadcast; trains, buses, and inner-city trucks stopped running when the show was on; and, in villages, hundreds of people

would gather around a single television set to watch the show.

At the time, Prime Minister of India Rajiv Gandhi stated, "Ramayan has stirred the imaginations of millions of viewers.

It has imbibed the great Indian culture, tradition and normal values especially in the young."

While religious-themed films had been produced since the beginning of Indian cinema, Ramayan was the first Indian

television series based on religious stories and is widely credited with inspiring the production of many other religious

television series, including Mahabharat, Vishwamitra, Buddha, and Sagar's own Luv Kush and Krishna, as well as inspiring

the production of historical dramas such as Chanakya and Shyam Benegal's Bharat Ek Khoj.

Starring :--------------------------------------

Arun Govil :Ram

Deepika :Sita

Sunil Lahri :Laxman

Dara Singh :Hanuman

Arvind Trivedi :Ravan

Vijay Arora :Meghnath

Jayshree Gadkar :Kaushalya

Sanjay Jog :Bharat

Padma Khanna :aikeyi

LalitaPawar :anthara Rajnibala-------------------------- : Sumitra


Director :Ramanand Sagar



Category :Movies

Size :11.98 GB

Files :78 files

Added :07/11/2009

Uploader :herrysingh


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