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Kahi Suni - Season 1

E14 Ram Raja Temple

Genre: History • Travel | 21:15

Age Description: U - Suitable For All

Cast: Sara Khan

CONTENT LANGUAGE
Hindi

Sara explores the legend of Madhukar Shah and Rani Ganesh Kunwar and establishment of Raja Ram Temple in modern day Orccha.

All Episodes

E1 Nashik
22:14

E1 Nashik

Sara explores the story of Sita-Haran, the kidnapping of Sita by demon king Ravana and the name that got forever attached to the place Nashik.

E2 Jhakoo
21:11

E2 Jhakoo

Sara explores the story of finding Sanjeevani bought by Hanuman, from the hills of Shimla.

E3 Rewalsar
21:18

E3 Rewalsar

In the southern Himalayas, Sara explores Rewalsar, where the love of Guru Rinpoche and Princess Mandarava transformed a pyre into a sacred lake.

E4 Kurukshetra
20:26

E4 Kurukshetra

Sara explores the story of Geeta-Saar, the dialogue between Krishna and Arjuna, as Arjuna is faced with self-doubt, in modern day Kurukshetra.

E5 Hidimba
20:50

E5 Hidimba

Sara explores the story of tribal Hidimbi from Mahabharata, who marries Bhima after he kills her brother and they give birth to their son Ghatotkacha.

E6 Trijuginarayan
21:40

E6 Trijuginarayan

Sara explores in Rudraprayag the story of Parvati and Shivas marriage which was supposed to have taken place in the Trijuginarayan temple.

E7 Chintapurni
21:09

E7 Chintapurni

Sara explores the story of Shaktipeeth and Parvatis scattered body parts, when she burns herself in Sati.

E8 Prashar
19:58

E8 Prashar

Sara explores the story of Prashar Rishi and how he contained his anger by striking a blow in ground to make Prashar Lake, near Mandi, Himachal.

E9 Manu
21:25

E9 Manu

Sara explores the story of formation of our world in the story of Manu, equivalent to Noahs Ark in western mythology, in modern day Manali, also known as Manualaya.

E10 Lakhamandal
22:12

E10 Lakhamandal

Sara explores the mystical place of Lakhamandal with many stories attached to it, majorly of the escape of Pandavas from Lakshagraha, where Dyurodhan tried to scheme their death.

E11 Sarnath
21:43

E11 Sarnath

Sara explores the story of Buddha and his 5 disciples, tracing the foundation of Buddhist wisdom and Philosophy.

E12 Chitrakoot
21:44

E12 Chitrakoot

Sara explores in Chitrakoot, the phase in Ramayan where Bharat comes to Ram with their Fathers ashes and requests them to come back, Ram refuses and continues his exile heading towards Dandak Van.

E13 Govardhan
21:44

E13 Govardhan

Sara explores the story of lifting of Govardhan Parvat by Krishna, in modern day Govardhan.

E14 Ram Raja Temple
21:15

E14 Ram Raja Temple

Sara explores the legend of Madhukar Shah and Rani Ganesh Kunwar and establishment of Raja Ram Temple in modern day Orccha.

E15 Kal Bhairava
21:48

E15 Kal Bhairava

Sara explores the story of Kal Bhairav, Shivas manifestation said to be situated in Modern day Varanasi as their protector when he came running from Brahmahatya.

E16 Vrindavan
21:30

E16 Vrindavan

Sara explores the romantic story of separation of Krishna and Radha in modern day Vrindavan.

E17 Adalaj Vav
21:33

E17 Adalaj Vav

Visit modern day Ahemdabad to understand the fable of Rani Radubai and the formation of the beautiful Adalaj Stepwell.

E18 Rani Roopmati - 1
21:38

E18 Rani Roopmati - 1

Sara explores the legend of Baz-Bahadur and Rani Roopmati as she takes her life to avoid capture after Adham Khan takes over Mandu.

E19 Rani Roopmati - 2
21:59

E19 Rani Roopmati - 2

Sara explores the legend of Baz-Bahadur and Rani Roopmati as she takes her life to avoid capture after Adham Khan takes over Mandu.

E20 Chyvan
22:10

E20 Chyvan

Sara explores in Dhosi Hill, story of magical transformation of Old Chyvan Rishi into young age and formation of modern day Ayurveda principles.

E21 Madhavpur Ghed
21:41

E21 Madhavpur Ghed

Trace the mystic romance of Krishnas wedding with Rukmini in the remote village of Madhavpur Ghed on this episode.

E22 Karni Mata
22:06

E22 Karni Mata

Sara traces the legend of Hindu sage Karni Mata, of her miracles and her confrontation with Yamraj which lead to formation of rat temple in Bikaner.

E23 Khatushyam
21:49

E23 Khatushyam

Sara explores the story of Barbarik and his 3 magical arrows, supposed to have the power to finish Mahabharata war in a day, and how he was stopped by Krishna.

E24 Dwarka
20:44

E24 Dwarka

Travel to the West coast of Gujarat to explore the myth associated with the formation of Dwarka, Krishnas city.

E25 Tejaji
22:05

E25 Tejaji

Explore the legend of local folk on this episode with stories of bravery and sacrifice of God Veer Tejaji which led him to being worshipped across rural Rajasthan.

E26 Mahakaal
21:35

E26 Mahakaal

Sara explores in Ujjain, the story of conflict between Brahma and Vishnu over who is the superior God.

E27 Sitabari
21:49

E27 Sitabari

Sara traces the unknown story of abandonment of Sita by Rama, after they Return from lanka, when rumors spread in Ayodhya of Sita being impure having lived with Ravana.

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