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  • Epic India Epic States

    • U
    • Travel

    "EPIC<br /> With its Soch Se Aage approach Epic celebrates India’s untold stories, facts & possibilities using a very contemporary story telling format that’s not only informative but also immersive. Epic leaves you with a sense of pride. <br /> "

  • Epicpedia

    • U/A 7+
    • History
    • Documentary

    Epicpedia Is a show about knowing the unknown facts, In this show, amazing facts about India will be presented in 12 webisodes of 5 to 7 minutes each. The show will cover various subjects under History, Science & Technology, Art & Craft, Wildlife, etc. In every episode, you will discover something new, exciting, intriguing, and entertaining about India that you don't know. Like who measured Mount Everest, Did you know Cosmetic Surgery was invented in India thousands of years ago, did you know that the board game Ludo was played in India thousands of Years ago, these and many more facts will be revealed in this show Epicpedia. To sum it up, Epicpedia will present to the audience some hidden jewels of the truth behind India. Facts that are unknown to the best of Indians, they are unique & sometimes stranger than fiction. Epicpedia will satiate your thirst for mysteries, knowledge & unknown facts

  • Power Foods

    • U/A 7+
    • Food
    • Talk & chop

    Power Foods is a show where you'll witness some unseen power of the superfoods transformed into an unique dish.

  • Veshbhusha

    • U/A 7+
    • Infotainment

    Veshbhusha is an infotainment show that delves deep into the topic of Indian clothes, unearthing interesting details, information, and facts that trace the origin and evolution of these apparel. The show will get to the root of Indian garments like Saree, Sherwani, Shawl, Salwar Kameez, Lehenga Choli, headgear and more.

  • Rajvansh - Dynasties of India

    • U
    • History
    • Animation

    "India is a land of ancient civilizations. In its long history, the land witnessed the rise and fall of numerous dynasties, kings and kingdoms. Some were legendary and historical. But most of them are not at all remembered, but their contribution cannot be ignored in the march of the civilization. <br /> <br /> In this show, we shed light on the great dynasties in terms of their establishment, lineage and notable kings and their governance, politics and warfare, and it's influence of art and culture of India. The dynasties that played an important role in shaping India's history and civilization."

  • What’s In The Name

    • U
    • History
    • Travel

    In this show we will find out the story and facts behind the names.

  • Animals in mythology

    • U
    • Mythology
    • Fantasy

    Have you always wondered why Indian mythological stories are replete with various<br /> animals? Why does every God have a vaahan? And why that vaahan only? Why are the avatars of Vishnu from the animal world – varaha (pig), narsimha (lion), matsya (fish)? And why those animals only? Is it all just coincidence or is there a deeper meaning behind it?<br /> Indian mythology is teeming with stories and legends of animals and birds that we see around us even today. Why are these animals so integral to our legends? Watch Animals in Mythology to know more about the crucial role animals play in our mythologies, only on EPIC Channel.

  • Umeed India

    • U
    • Sports
    • Non Fiction

    If you'd imagine an ace cricketer to host a television show, you can be sure it will be a sports related series. And, Umeed India makes a compelling case. For the first time, versatile cricketer Virender Sehwag will host a television show.<br /> <br /> Umeed India will showcase groundbreaking stories of diversified, intrepid athletes aiming for glory at Olympics 2020. For the 13-part series, Virender reinstates the fact that Olympic stars never just' appear at the Games. Their stories start in small villages, where they train every day with one aim in mind bringing home that Gold.<br /> <br /> Watch Virender travel to their training bases, chronicling exciting moments in the home environment besides interviewing the athletes' families and coaching staff. The episodes feature inspiring stories of OP Karhana, Suyash Yadav, Avtar Singh and Dutee Chand along with Sakshi Malik, Vinesh Poghat among many other Olympians. Can we find the 2020 medalists for India in 2017?

  • The Great Escape

    • U/A 7+
    • History

    Dive into a world of action, drama, determination and courage while reliving the greatest escape stories of our time in an all new mini-series. The Great Escape'. The show is based on true events and takes you on a thrilling ride of the most daring escapes from Indian history. Some of the stories covered in the series include Sushmita Banerjee's escape from the Taliban in Afghanistan, Dalai Lama's escape from Tibet, the story of a daring jailbreak by the inmates of a jail in Punjab, and Indian prisoner-of-war Nihal Singh and Ram Chander Yadav's escape from the clutches of the Chinese in the Indo-China war. The mini-series even has some comments from the people who made these exhilarating escapes, including the Dalai Lama himself. Each episode takes you to different locations across varied time periods. The stylizations of those eras, mixed with the thrill of escape keeps you hooked till the end.

  • Siyaasat

    • U/A 13+
    • History
    • Fiction

    In a land where the Emperor reigned supreme, only the selected few would have the power to influence his decisions. Prince Salim was first in line to inherit his father, Akbar's throne. Already married to his first wife, Man Bai, Salim was on his way to strengthening the Mughal relations with Rajputana with his second marriage to Jagat Gosini.<br /> But amidst the lavish palaces and plush lives of the Mughal royalty, a war was being fought from within. While the kings charted the political climate for the country, the queens ruled that throne at home. Mehrunissa, bright and charismatic, always dreamt of becoming queen and when the invitation came from the pasha begum herself, Mehrunissa joined her team of ladies in waiting. Hereon begins the love story of Salim and Mehrunissa from their first meeting until their coronations as Jehangir and Nur-Jahan. The series interweaves various plot lines from the lives of many historical characters including Akbar, Ruqaiyya Begum, Abul Fazal and many others.<br /> Based on the popular book, The Twentieth Wife' by author Indu Sundaresan, Siyaasat is a story of politics, inter-personal conflicts, sabotage, grandeur, power and above all else, the love between Salim and Mehrunissa, who was Salim's twentieth and final wife.

  • Made In India

    • U
    • History
    • Educational

    There are stories that Atlantis was part of Tamil Nadu, that nuclear weapons were used in the Mahabharata, that the airplane was first invented here. While these claims may be fantastical, India is still a source of a number of amazing inventions and practices. Made in India uncovers the history of these inventions from plastic surgery to rocketry. Discussing each topic in detail with experts in the field, we uncover a number of facts on how India has always been ahead of its time.

  • Indian Martial Arts - Ek Itihaas

    • U/A 7+
    • Non Fiction
    • ENTERTAINMENT

    India has a deep cultural heritage in mythological and historical battles fought for supremacy. The Hindu culture has a warrior clan called Kshatriyas whose main job was to practice the art of war and might. The Mahabharata war tale describes various forms of fighting with weapons such as maces, swords, lances, bows, arrows and even hand to hand combat like Mall yuddha or Dwand yuddha. Dhanurveda, a section found in the Vedas (1700 BCE - 1100 BCE) contains references to martial arts. Around the 3rd century BC, the yoga sutras of Patanjali presented the technique of meditating single-mindedly on points located inside one's body, which were later used in martial arts. While various mudra finger movements were also taught in Yogacara Buddhism. These elements of yoga, as well as finger movements in the nata dances were incorporated into various Indian martial arts. The art of fighting is prominently mentioned in various ancient texts. From antiquity to the middle-ages and the modern era several techniques were indigenously developed in parts of India which are known as the Indian Martial arts. 'Indian martial arts' refers to the fighting systems of the Indian subcontinent in South Asia. This now includes India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal. Indian martial arts were an important influence in the development of a number of modern Asian martial arts, particularly within the Indian cultural sphere (countries outside India influenced by Indian culture and religion) of Southeast Asia. Contrary to the popular belief that Martial Arts were invented by the Chinese, it actually has deep roots in the Indian History and Hindu Mythology. Bodhidharma, a Buddhist Monk from South India, is credited with first teaching Kung Fu at the Shaolin Temple. Through the show, Martial Arts – The Indian Legacy, delve deeper into the roots of the sport in India and the different types of martial arts that continues to exist even today in various parts of the country and how they have affected history.

  • Devlok with Devdutt Pattanaik

    • U
    • Mythology
    • Fantasy

    Renowned mythologist Devdutt Pattanaik takes viewers on a voyage of Hindu mythology as he hosts Devlok with Devdutt Pattanaik'. The show highlights characters, stories, events and symbols from the religion deciphering their true meaning. Each episode covers one phenomenon from the great texts. From the concept of the Holy Triad - Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva to the different avatars of the Goddess Durga, each episode is engaging and addictive making mythology relevant even today.

  • Dariba Diaries

    • U/A 7+
    • Fiction
    • Mystery

    Set in 19th century Delhi, our story takes place at time when technology and science are still in their infancy and modern tools of investigation haven't yet been invented. While Bahadur Shah Zafar II reigns ostensibly, the British might and influence increases each day, and with it, a spate of crimes. As crime multiplies, the police grapples to keep up with the mounting unsolved cases. Under these circumstances, when the Kotwal finds himself in the midst of a felonious mystery, he seeks the help of the only man who can come to his aid, Mirza Jaan Nawaz. Though eccentric in his methods of investigation, Mirza proves himself time and again, unravelling a new mystery with every case. Without the aid of technology, Mirza relies on the most potent tool of all his brain! With an equal measure of intelligence and looks, Mirza Jaan Nawaz knows how to maneuver every situation. The ladies want him and the men want to be him. But Mirza only has eyes for his love, Zeenat, from whom he often seeks counsel. But even this man of mystery and strength has a past that continues to haunt him. As he moves from case to case, he gets closer to confronting his own demons and finding answers for himself. Blessed with support from the Kotwal and his son, Shyam, Mirza cracks down on the criminals through his powers of reasoning and observation, delivering justice to Dariba's citizens, only on Dariba Diaries!

  • Adrishya (Hindi)

    • U/A 7+
    • History
    • Non Fiction

    In battles won and wars lost, there are many lives claimed regardless of the victor. It's not easy to face the perils of warfare even as a trained soldier.<br /> But not all wars are won on the battlefield and not all soldiers fight in combat. There are those soldiers who are invisible, unhindered, risking their lives and limbs to protect the honor of their king, country, and home.<br /> Adrishya makes you experience life from the point of view of India's greatest spies, living through the danger, the fear, the triumphs and the captures. We see the spy's heroic acts through their eyes and follow them as they travel through dangerous landscapes, slip into disguises, and hoodwink enemy soldiers. We become privy to their thoughts as they inch towards fulfilling their mission.

  • Epic Tales of Love

    • U
    • History
    • Romance

    Epic Tales of Love, is a series about historical, some lesser known & beautiful love stories that happened in our country through various centuries in History

  • Jugaad Mania

    • U
    • History
    • Travel

    Jugaad Mania is a show that highlights how common people come up with out of the box solutions, to cater to various needs and challenges they face in <br /> their life.<br /> Innovators will explore the reasons, challenges faced and the <br /> circumstances which led them to the specific invention/innovation

  • Kranti: Rebel of The Raj

    • U
    • History
    • Crime

    Kranti, rebels of the raj” features stories of the famous rebels (krantikaris) of India who were branded hereditary dacoits by the British striving to attain mastery of a land and people they were still struggling to understand.​ During the period of British India our country faced several problems from within the nation. In those difficult times, rebels belonging to communities like BHILS, WAGHERS, BANJARAS and SANYASIS began to rise.​ This series recounts the tales of these famous Indian rebels and how they revolted against the government to get their demands met.

  • Khattey Meethey Guppey

    • U
    • Food

    They say that variety is the spice of life. Well, Indian cuisine is abundant with both spice and variety. But how did the Indian palate come to be this colourful? The answer lies in the royal kitchens of India.<br /> Indian Royalty are the custodians of the ancient culinary traditions. Raja, Rasoi aur Anya Kahaniyaan takes us through the history of food prepared in the royal kitchens of India, whose blending of foreign imports, rare fowls, elaborate preparation methods and local herbs, created some of the best and most flavourful food in the country.<br /> We get to experience the tales of extravagance and eccentricity, of desperation and innovation, and of happy accidents. The royal love for creativity and uniqueness have led to a rich culinary tradition that makes Indian cuisine one of the most exciting ones in the world.

  • EPIC IQ Challenge

    • U
    • Non Fiction
    • Education

    EPIC India Quiz Challenge is a one-of-a-kind quiz competition in which teams from schools across India will fight for the crown of having the highest ‘IQ’ i.e. India Quotient. The show tests the contestants’ India Quotient, their knowledge of the country- its culture, history, geography, current affairs, and more. Actor Meiyang Chang hosts the show through which children can test their knowledge about India, and at the same time learn more about its fascinating history and culture.

  • Saamagri Aur Sampatti

    • U
    • History
    • Educational

    Saamagri Aur Sampatti is an animated series detailing the journey of various commodities that shaped India’s history through their trade, usage, and spread. The history of a few key commodities for India, such as pepper, silk, coffee, and cotton, are covered in this fascinating<br /> 9-episode series.

  • Epic Explorers

    • U/A 7+
    • History
    • Drama

    This show explores the evolution of India through the eyes of famous foreign travelers who visited the country.

  • Kissa Currency Ka

    • U/A 7+
    • History

    The introduction of currency was a key step in the evolution of civilization. As the kingdoms and dynasties across the country rose and fell, they left their mark on the currency they produced. This series explores the coins minted by each kingdom in Indian history and uses stories about the coins to tell the history of the kingdom itself.

  • Mid Wicket Tales With Naseeruddin Shah

    • U
    • Sports

    In 'Mid Wicket Tales', veteran actor Naseeruddin Shah explores the many interesting but untold stories of Indian cricket. It focuses on match highlights, history of and sportsmanship within the game, stadiums, hits and misses, and many more. In his unique narrative style, Naseeruddin Shah brings alive the humorous side of the game, along with undocumented anecdotes and quirky trivia. The show also will see many personalities like Shashi Tharoor, Nari Contractor, Bishan Singh Bedi and Charu Sharma narrating their cricketing experiences and stories.

  • Sharanam

    • U
    • Mythology

    Sharanam takes viewers on a poignant journey to some of the most revered pilgrimage sites in India to and highlights the traditions, practices, rituals and ideals that bring people to these holy places in search of something greater than themselves. Narrated by Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla, Sharanam showcases testimonies of personal incidents that are the bedrock of the belief, and follows the strong thread of faith that not only binds the pilgrims to their Gods, but also the nation with itself.

  • Indipedia

    • U
    • Travel
    • Human Interest

    Indipedia is an anchor driven episodic series that showcases the CUSTOMS OF INDIA that are so obvious but not so researched. The word CUSTOM in this case refers to an umbrella term for rituals, superstitions, symbols, inventions, livelihoods, arts, crafts, culture and more.<br /> Indipedia would unearth simple and logical meanings behind everyday practices across India through the eyes of a young firangi.<br /> Explaining the science, mythology and history behind the traditions and values. It will highlight all the unique features, their origin and existence that make India what it is today. The show will be 30 mins fast paced episodes showcasing things that make India; studying each aspect carefully and meeting experts to fathom its significance.

  • Tyohaar Ki Thaali

    • U
    • Food
    • Festivals

    Sakshi Tanwar is on a mission to celebrate India's festivals. Join her as she celebrates each festival by sharing her long cherished, heirloom recipes of various bhogs & prasads identified with the Gods. Peppered with folklores, legends and Sakshi's personal anecdotes, Tyohaar Ki Thaali is a show that offers a delectable mix of stories and recipes that will inspire you to cook more !

  • Yam Kisi Se Kam Nahi

    • U
    • Comedy

    What happens when the God of Death marries a mortal from Earth?<br /> ALL NARK BREAKS LOOSE!<br /> Yamraj may be feared by all on Earth as the God of Death, but in the celestine world, Yamraj has to deal with the same mundane issues as the Aam Aadmi. This sitcom takes a tongue-in-cheek approach to the life of Yamraj as he tries, often unsuccessfully, to overcome various hurdles in his daily life.Yamraj has fallen in love with a human, Jigna and has married her. In the process, he has acquired an obnoxious, teenaged brother-in-law, Himesh. Jigna and Himesh find out that life in Yamlok isn't so different from life back on earth and that Yam, despite being a god, is just doing his job the best he can while he struggles to make ends meet.<br /> Constantly trying to juggle work and family life, Yam has a lot on his plate. A nagging wife, a troublesome brother-in-law, a disgruntled assistant, jealous neighbors, grumpy in-laws, an over-bearing boss and many other ordinary problems make up the daily life of this extraordinary family. In addition, Yam's boss, Aakashvani, isn't the benign and forgiving maker you'd imagine. He's thoroughly corporate, penny-pinching and hard-as-nails.<br /> A misfit, a God, a husband, and a breadwinner, this man is the Aam Aadmi with a fancy job title. He tries his best to give his family what they need but manages to make a mess of everything in the bargain. Loveable and goofy, this God of Death is anything but grim. Join our hardworking but hen-pecked Yamraj, his beloved bhains and his motley family and friends in a slice-of-life sitcom to find out how the cookie really crumbles!

  • Stories By Rabindranath Tagore

    • U/A 13+
    • Fiction

    The characters of Tagore's stories spring into life through the cinematic imagination of acclaimed filmmaker, Anurag Basu in 'Stories By Rabindranath Tagore'.Tagore's words and Basu's vision have amalgamated into a show that transports you back in time to a world as complicated as this one but with far more appeal and beauty.

  • Sanrachna

    • U
    • Travel

    Shelter - one of mankind's most basic physiological needs. At least that's what it started out as at the beginning of time.<br /> From dwelling in caves to carving out temples in mountains, mankind has redefined shelter with every passing era. Though the underlying philosophy of any monument is to serve some sort of function, great architecture is fuelled by imagination. India's architecture is built on that very imagination and is a fascinating fusion of both art and science. From strategically placed astronomy towers to impressive and awe-inspiring tombs, Indian architecture has pushed the limits of engineering and design.<br /> Sanrachna explores these architectural wonders and how the makers of these marvels made them without the aid of modern mechanics and machinery. With an immensely astute sense of engineering, the architects were able to construct fortresses that have stood the test of time, unshaken by its changes. Join our host Vaibhavi as she travels through the country discovering the fascinating stories behind India's outstanding monuments and its architecture. Sanrachna will leave you in awe of the past and its ability to do what we can't, even with our modern tools and fancy tricks.

  • The Great Escape - (English)

    • U/A 7+
    • History

    Dive into a world of action, drama, determination and courage while reliving the greatest escape stories of our time in an all new mini-series. The Great Escape'.The show is based on true events and takes you on a thrilling ride of the most daring escapes from Indian history. Some of the stories covered in the series include Sushmita Banerjee's escape from the Taliban in Afghanistan, Dalai Lama's escape from Tibet, the story of a daring jailbreak by the inmates of a jail in Punjab, and Indian prisoner-of-war Nihal Singh and Ram Chander Yadav's escape from the clutches of the Chinese in the Indo-China war. The mini-series even has some comments from the people who made these exhilarating escapes, including the Dalai Lama himself. Each episode takes you to different locations across varied time periods. The stylizations of those eras, mixed with the thrill of escape keeps you hooked till the end.

  • Buddha Sutra (English)

    • U
    • Mythology
    • Shorts

    A single man’s quest to end suffering changed the course of history for a large part of the continent. In ‘Buddha-Sutra’; we examine various facts about the Buddha, his teachings and the spread of Buddhism. This series of animated shorts also explores the impact Buddhism has had on art and architecture, politics and history.

  • Stories By Rabindranath Tagore - (English)

    • U/A 13+
    • Fiction
    • World Tourism Day Special

    The characters of Tagore's stories spring into life through the cinematic imagination of acclaimed filmmaker, Anurag Basu in 'Stories By Rabindranath Tagore'.Tagore's words and Basu's vision have amalgamated into a show that transports you back in time to a world as complicated as this one but with far more appeal and beauty.

  • Stories By Rabindranath Tagore - (Tamil)

    • U/A 13+
    • Fiction
    • World Tourism Day Special

    The characters of Tagore's stories spring into life through the cinematic imagination of acclaimed filmmaker, Anurag Basu in 'Stories By Rabindranath Tagore'.Tagore's words and Basu's vision have amalgamated into a show that transports you back in time to a world as complicated as this one but with far more appeal and beauty.

  • Dharmakshetra (Tamil)

    • U
    • Mythology
    • Fiction

    The Great War is over. Kurukshetra lies barren, sans its great warriors and king, sans justice. The vicious battle saw the end of the unforgettable ‘heroes’ and ‘villains’ of the Mahabharata. The thin line between just and unjust, fair and unfair, deceit and loyalty, betrayal and duty, has never been questioned. The answers to these unasked questions lie buried in the ruins of history. Dharmakshetra resurfaces these buried questions and allows the legendary characters of this tale an opportunity to tell their side of the story for the very first time.<br /> In a post-apocalyptic trial, held in Maharaj Chitragupta’s court, the seeming villains ‘Kauravas’ are allowed to accuse the so called heroes ‘Pandavas’ and vice versa, in an attempt to justify their actions. Upon hearing all the arguments made by the prosecution and the defense, Chitragupta delivers his final verdict. As with the original Mahabharata, Dharmakshetra has many intriguing facets for us. On a primary level, Dharamkshetra attempts to ask some key questions about the nature of humanity, while at the same time, it puts together the forgotten pieces of the story we thought we knew.

  • Stories By Rabindranath Tagore - (Bengali)

    • U/A 13+
    • Fiction
    • Drama

    The characters of Tagore's stories spring into life through the cinematic imagination of acclaimed filmmaker, Anurag Basu in 'Stories By Rabindranath Tagore'.Tagore's words and Basu's vision have amalgamated into a show that transports you back in time to a world as complicated as this one but with far more appeal and beauty.

  • Raja Rasoi Aur Andaaz Anokha (Arabic)

    • U
    • Travel
    • Food

    After the resounding success of the first two seasons, EPIC Channel presents a revamped avatar of its Raja Rasoi series. EPIC Channel's Raja Rasoi series - titled Raja Rasoi Aur Andaaz Anokha - stands true to its name. While the lore and love of Indian food remains just as passionate, the new season presents a discovery oriented show format that transforms table-top cooking into an exciting food lab.<br /> Featuring renowned chef Ranveer Brar, the show will take you to his retreat an old-world bungalow basking in the laidback vibe of Goa and then along on a ride nostalgia and rediscovery; both personal and culinary. Ranveer's passion for culinary art makes him a perfect fit as the host for the latest season of the food series. He has dedicated this experimental streak and passion for food to his mentor Munir Ahmed, a quaint, ordinary yet passionate food enthusiast from the gullies of Lucknow who greatly influenced Brar while growing up in his hometown.

  • Made In India (Arabic)

    • U
    • History
    • Education

    There are stories that Atlantis was part of Tamil Nadu, that nuclear weapons were used in the Mahabharata, that the airplane was first invented here. While these claims may be fantastical, India is still a source of a number of amazing inventions and practices. Made in India uncovers the history of these inventions from plastic surgery to rocketry. Discussing each topic in detail with experts in the field, we uncover a number of facts on how India has always been ahead of its time.

  • Regiment Diaries (Arabic)

    • U/A 7+
    • History

    The Indian Army is more than just a government wing or a fighting force that guards our borders. The Indian Army is an emotion “it is a living chronicle of times, events, and incidents that we have the luxury to forget because they remember.<br /> A fierce force that physically binds the nation together, the army itself is a family of several regiments. Some have seen the rise and fall of empires and others which are yet to attain the full vigour of youth.<br /> Each regiment has its own history and glorious traditions. Each one has its own identity values and morals that bring people from different parts of the country and hold them together in bonds stronger than that of blood.<br /> Regiment Diaries is more than a compilation of war stories; it is a tribute to these valiant men and their regiments that continue to honour the simplest things in life love for the motherland, above all else.<br /> It is a tale of the Indian Army unlike any told before. Told by the very men who follow the illustrious feats of their predecessors, Regiment Diaries tells timeless tales that warm the heart, moisten the eye, and leave you in even greater awe of the bravest children of India.

  • EPIC IQ Challenge (Arabic)

    • U
    • Non Fiction

    EPIC India Quiz Challenge is a one-of-a-kind quiz competition in which teams from schools across India will fight for the crown of having the highest ‘IQ’ i.e. India Quotient. The show tests the contestants’ India Quotient, their knowledge of the country- its culture, history, geography, current affairs, and more. Actor Meiyang Chang hosts the show through which children can test their knowledge about India, and at the same time learn more about its fascinating history and culture.

  • Ekaant (Arabic)

    • U
    • History
    • Travel

    India is known for its remarkable architecture and serene landscapes. Its rich history is steeped in mystery; its vastness - lends itself to several stories and urban legends.Ekaant takes you through the abandoned roads and alleys of some of India's historic locations. Travelling through the spread out palaces and deserted forts, the show documents and investigates the eerie processes of abandonment of each site.How flourishing towns and cities came to be in ruins, is the question each episode seeks to answer. Ekaant explores the ceasing of life and the triumph of nature even in the most populated of places and takes you on the road no longer travelled.

  • Raja Rasoi Aur Andaaz Anokha (French)

    • U
    • History
    • Animation

    After the resounding success of the first two seasons, EPIC Channel presents a revamped avatar of its Raja Rasoi series. EPIC Channel's Raja Rasoi series - titled Raja Rasoi Aur Andaaz Anokha - stands true to its name. While the lore and love of Indian food remains just as passionate, the new season presents a discovery oriented show format that transforms table-top cooking into an exciting food lab.<br /> Featuring renowned chef Ranveer Brar, the show will take you to his retreat an old-world bungalow basking in the laidback vibe of Goa and then along on a ride nostalgia and rediscovery; both personal and culinary. Ranveer's passion for culinary art makes him a perfect fit as the host for the latest season of the food series. He has dedicated this experimental streak and passion for food to his mentor Munir Ahmed, a quaint, ordinary yet passionate food enthusiast from the gullies of Lucknow who greatly influenced Brar while growing up in his hometown.

  • Lost Recipes (French)

    • U
    • Travel
    • Food

    Lost Recipes is about the rediscovery of dishes dropped from the pages of history, and re-living the long-lost traditions, and perhaps, reviving them. Chef Aditya Bal heads off to different regions in India, from Uttarandhra to Kutch, on a quest to unearth these once-popular culinary rituals and recipes. Because all these recipes are no longer found in cookbooks, Aditya must turn back the clock and wade through memories and folklore to find the original Lost Recipes.

  • Epic Explorers (French)

    • U/A 7+
    • Infotainment

    This show explores the evolution of India through the eyes of famous foreign travelers who visited the country.

  • Epic Explorers (Arabic)

    • U/A 7+
    • Infotainment

    This show explores the evolution of India through the eyes of famous foreign travelers who visited the country.

  • Yam Kisi Se Kam Nahi (French)

    • U
    • History
    • Animation

    What happens when the God of Death marries a mortal from Earth?<br /> ALL NARK BREAKS LOOSE!<br /> Yamraj may be feared by all on Earth as the God of Death, but in the celestine world, Yamraj has to deal with the same mundane issues as the Aam Aadmi. This sitcom takes a tongue-in-cheek approach to the life of Yamraj as he tries, often unsuccessfully, to overcome various hurdles in his daily life.Yamraj has fallen in love with a human, Jigna and has married her. In the process, he has acquired an obnoxious, teenaged brother-in-law, Himesh. Jigna and Himesh find out that life in Yamlok isn't so different from life back on earth and that Yam, despite being a god, is just doing his job the best he can while he struggles to make ends meet.<br /> Constantly trying to juggle work and family life, Yam has a lot on his plate. A nagging wife, a troublesome brother-in-law, a disgruntled assistant, jealous neighbors, grumpy in-laws, an over-bearing boss and many other ordinary problems make up the daily life of this extraordinary family. In addition, Yam's boss, Aakashvani, isn't the benign and forgiving maker you'd imagine. He's thoroughly corporate, penny-pinching and hard-as-nails.<br /> A misfit, a God, a husband, and a breadwinner, this man is the Aam Aadmi with a fancy job title. He tries his best to give his family what they need but manages to make a mess of everything in the bargain. Loveable and goofy, this God of Death is anything but grim. Join our hardworking but hen-pecked Yamraj, his beloved bhains and his motley family and friends in a slice-of-life sitcom to find out how the cookie really crumbles!

  • The Great Escape (French)

    • U/A 7+
    • History

    Dive into a world of action, drama, determination and courage while reliving the greatest escape stories of our time in an all new mini-series. The Great Escape'.The show is based on true events and takes you on a thrilling ride of the most daring escapes from Indian history. Some of the stories covered in the series include Sushmita Banerjee's escape from the Taliban in Afghanistan, Dalai Lama's escape from Tibet, the story of a daring jailbreak by the inmates of a jail in Punjab, and Indian prisoner-of-war Nihal Singh and Ram Chander Yadav's escape from the clutches of the Chinese in the Indo-China war. The mini-series even has some comments from the people who made these exhilarating escapes, including the Dalai Lama himself. Each episode takes you to different locations across varied time periods. The stylizations of those eras, mixed with the thrill of escape keeps you hooked till the end.

  • EPIC IQ Challenge (French)

    • U
    • Non Fiction

    EPIC India Quiz Challenge is a one-of-a-kind quiz competition in which teams from schools across India will fight for the crown of having the highest ‘IQ’ i.e. India Quotient. The show tests the contestants’ India Quotient, their knowledge of the country- its culture, history, geography, current affairs, and more. Actor Meiyang Chang hosts the show through which children can test their knowledge about India, and at the same time learn more about its fascinating history and culture.