E2- Sage Sushruta

U/A 7+ • History • Documentary • Infotainment • 2021

Did you know that cosmetic surgery was performed for the first time in the world in India, about 2600 years ago The inventor of surgeries was Indian physician Sage Sushruta, born in around 600 BCE, known as the Father of Surgery. Nowadays, each surgery has a specialised surgeon, but the most amazing thing is that Sushruta could perform all the 300 surgeries that he invented. How did he do that What inspired him How did he invent surgical methods These questions and more will be answered for you in todays episode of Epicpedia.

Cast: Satyaprakash Upadhyay

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    E1 - Mount Everest
    22 August 2021 | 7 min

     Indian Mathematician Radhanath is the first person to measure Mount Everest,  Height of Mount Everest was 29002ft which was declared as the highest mountain peak in the world, Radhanath used simple geometrical calculations and a theodolite to measure the mountian Peak XV which was higher than Kanchenjunga.

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    EP 3 - National Anthem
    05 September 2021 | 6 min

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    EP 4 - Royal Bengal Tiger
    12 September 2021 | 7 min

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    EP 5 - Ludo and Snakes & Ladder
    19 September 2021 | 6 min

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    EP 6 - Indian Railways
    26 September 2021 | 7 min

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    EP 7 - Asiatic Lion
    03 October 2021 | 6 min

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    EP 8 - Panchatantra Part - 1
    10 October 2021 | 5 min

    Originally composed in Sanskrit, the Panchatantra is one of the oldest collections of fables in the world. Devised for the purposes of teaching three dullwitted sons of a king, it strives to convey the principles of kingship and some valuable life lessons. The work consists of Five parts Hence the name Panchatantra : Pancha, Meaning Five Tantra, Meaning Part. A distinguishing feature is Story within storys structure. In this Episode we learn about the first 2 parts of Panchatantra. Mitrabheda and Mitra Labha.

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    EP 9 - Panchatantra Part - 2
    17 October 2021 | 7 min

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    EP 12 - ISRO
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Language

Hindi

Release Date

28 August 2021

Genre

History, Documentary, Infotainment

Director

Satyaprakash Upadhyay

Actors