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Audiogyan

Audiogyan

Author: Audiogyan

Audiogyan founded in 2016 is a collection of conversations with luminaries of the Indian creative world. It’s a passion project to document thoughts and ideas of Indian designers, artists, musicians, writers, thinkers, and luminaries of the creative world.

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Adrishya (English)
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Adrishya (English)

In battles won and wars lost, there are many lives claimed regardless of the victor. Its not easy to face the perils of warfare even as a trained soldier. 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. Adrishya makes you experience life from the point of view of Indias greatest spies, living through the danger, the fear, the triumphs and the captures. We see the spys 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.

Anu Club
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EPIC IQ Challenge
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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.

Indian Martial Arts - Ek Itihaas
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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 ones 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.

Time Machine
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The Time Travelers A genius scientist Kartik Devraj KD brings together a group of strangers to travel back in time to accomplish tasks in the past. KD ropes in Adheer, the master thief, Roshni, the inventive hacker and Dev, the angry gang-lord. KD wants them to travel back in time through the time machine he invented and seek out lost treasures and artifacts lost in history. The 3 accomplices, masters of their own skill, begin their adventure through time. But, unknown to them is the real reason why KD is making them do this. Stooges in a larger plot, the show takes us on a fantastic journey of different eras in the Indian history with great action and adventure. As the season unfolds, the mystery behind the real mission begins to unravel. But will their clock run out before the mission is completed?

Direction
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Direction

This introductory chapter will give you a comprehensive overview about the roles of a director and the composition of shots and sequences, framing, pacing, rhythm and different rules of thumb that will help you communicate stories visually.

Mega Manufacturing
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Made In India (Arabic)
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Made In India (Arabic)

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.

Screenwriting
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Screenwriting

This introductory class will take you through the screenwriting process and its different elements: Premise, Theme, Story, Character and Structure. You will understand what writing a screenplay entails and the difference between writing a novel and screenplay.

Exceptional Engineering
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Exceptional Engineering

This series takes a behind the scenes look at the alluring, seductive construction and assembly process of global superlatives, where innovation merges with mind blowing machinery. From the world’s biggest ships to hyper modern aircraft. From one of the biggest truck factories and production site to armoured steel Vehicles. The viewer gets a first hand impression of production sites all over the world and learns, what technical expertise, engineering know-how and years of RD are necessary to create those engineering masterpieces.This is testosterone-fuelled viewing at its best.

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Giant Hubs
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This series will shed a light on the hubs that make us go around the world. Each episode will showcase the world´s biggest transportation hubs with international travelers and international freight making their ways to far flung destinations every minute of the day and night. A 24/7 365 day per year nonstop happening, providing jobs for thousands. Cutting-edge CGI and first-hand narration from key characters will reveal what it really means to give millions of people and tons of freight on each single day the possibility to reach their expected destination.