Om Namah Shivaya Serial In Telugu All Episodes

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Directed by Dheeraj Kumar. With Samar Jai Singh, Yashodhan Rana, Gayatri Shastri, Amit Pachori. The name of Lord Shiva is unique in each and every respect. The TV serial Om Namah Shivay is a gratitude shown to this god of gods called Shiva. A great effort is put to make this serial an unforgettable experience in every Indians life. Subtitles: English NTSC All Region Serial Hindi. Telugu Tv Serial Om Namah Shivay- Telugu. Om Namah Shivay is an Indian-Bengali language television serial that gets aired on Star Jalsha. The genre of the show is Hindu History. This serial firstly started its airing on 18th June and ended on 10th November 2018. The total number of seasons are 2, and the total number of episodes is 657.

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Om Namah Shivaya
GenreMythology
Written byVikas Kapoor
Screenplay byDarshal Laad
Directed byDheeraj Kumar
StarringSamar Jai Singh
Yashodhan Rana
Gayatri Shastri
Manjeet Kullar
Narrated byRishabh Shukla
Music bySharang Dev
Opening themePt. Jasraj (Vocals)
Country of originIndia
Original languageHindi
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes208[1][2]
Production
ProducerZuby Kochhar
Running time22 minutes
Production companyCreative Eye
Release
Original networkDD National
Picture format
Original release1997 –
1999

Om Namah Shivay is an Indian-Television series based on HinduPuranic tales and stories of Lord Shiva. The series is presumably named after the mantraAum Namah Shivaya. It 'depicts the spirituality, divinity, and the moving power with which Lord Shiva governs the destiny of the universe.'

Plot[edit]

The plot centers around Lord Shiva and brings Hindu theology to life in a series of interconnected stories. Sorry justin bieber download torrent. The serial begins with the creation of the universe and the other Devas, then guides the viewer through Shiva's marriage to Sati, Sati's death, Shiva's marriage to Parvati, and tales of many devotional acts, demonic battles, and important religious events (such as the creation of the twelve Jyotirlinga). It ends with events covered in the Mahābhārata and the blessing of the hero Arjuna by Shiva.

According to the show's introduce the material used to construct the show's plot and the script was extensive. Sources listed are the Vayu Puran, Shiv Maha Puran, Skand Puran, Ling Puran, Tantra Chooramani, Valmiki Ramayan, Swetashwar Upanishad, Vaman Puran, Varah Puran, Koorma Puran, Rudra Yamal Tantra, Padma Puran, Devi Bhagwat Puran, and Bhagwat Puran. Director Dheeraj Kumar, a devotee of Lord Shiva, oversaw nine years of research to ensure that Om Namah Shivay's story was complete and accurate;[3] nonetheless, the opening credits begin with an apology for any errors that may have been made in the series.

Kumar has also stated that, besides depicting stories central to the Hindu faith, every episode of the serial 'contains certain portions which highlight the cultural heritage of India.'[4]

Cast[edit]

The Family of Shiva

  • Samar Jai Singh/Yashodhan Rana as Shiva[5]
  • Gayatri Shastri as Parvati
  • Jagesh Mukati as Ganesha
  • Saurav Aggarwal as Kartikeya
  • Manjeet Kullar as Sati Shiva's first wife but later burns herself in the fire, after her father Daksha Prajapati insulted Shiva because of his looks.
  • Yashodhan Rana as Kamadeva
  • Rajeshwari Sachdev as Rati

The Vishnu Family

  • Amit Pachori as Vishnu
  • Anita Kulkarni / Reena Kapoor as Lakshmi

Vishnu's Incarnations

  • Sandeep Mohan as Rama
  • Siraj Mustafa Khan as Krishna
  • Sandeep Mehta as Narada
  • Sunil Nagar as Brahma
  • Mona Parekh as Saraswati
  • Sanjay Swaraj as Indra
  • Shailly Chaudhary as Shachi, the wife of Indra
  • Firdaus Mevawala as Brihaspati
  • Santosh Shukla as Chandra
  • Dharmendra Rana as Varuna
  • Priyanka as Kaushiki
  • Chand Dhar as Shukracharya
  • Gajendra Chauhan as Daksha
  • Kshama Raj as Prasuti

Other Characters:-

  • Nimai Bali as Jalandhara / Shani / Duryodhana / Sindoorasura
  • Rajesh Shringarpure as Arjuna
  • Gufi Paintal as Shakuni
  • Upasana Singh as Mohini
  • Sarvadaman D. Banerjee as Rajkumar Vrishdwaj
  • Kaushal Kapoor as Andhaka
  • Vaquar Shaikh as Ravana
  • Pappu Polyester as Nandi
  • Kulraj Bedi as Kumbhakarna
  • Raman Khatri as Vibhishana / Hiranyakashipu
  • Govind Khatri as Hiranyaksha
  • Daman Maan as Mahishasura
  • Utkarsha Naik as Kaikasi
  • Arun Mathur as Sumali
  • Amrit Pal as Tarakasura
  • Mahendra Ghule as Kamalaksha / Bhima / Hanuman
  • Deepak Jethi as Vidyunmali
  • Sanjeev Siddharth as Tarakaksha
  • Pratik Bohara as Shumbha
  • Anil Yadav as Nishumbha / Parashurama
  • Shalini Kapoor Sagar as Karkati

Soundtrack[edit]

Songs from many well-known Indian singers are featured in this serial; a few examples include the title song 'Om Namah Shivay' (Pandit Jasraj), 'Rudra Rudra' (Vinod Rathod and Udit Narayan, episode 53), and 'Trikal Darsh' (episode 89), 'Man Mein Ek Kamna' (episode 62), and 'Maha Shivratri Aayi' (Alka Yagnik). A contemporary article states that 'Jasraj's son, Sharang Dev, has provided music' and that 'almost every singer of Bollywood, Lata Mangeshkar included, has sung for the serial.'[4]

Unity is created in the series by using the same songs for different scenes, or even the same melodies with different lyrics, to soundtrack a recurring theme or situation. For example, the creation of each Jyotirling is accompanied by a chorus of the song 'Ajar Amar Shiv Shankar.' 'Dharm Na Janu,' sung by the boy Upmanyyu in episode 58, later becomes the melody for the song 'Jeevan Kya Hai,' which the young Markandeya sings in episode 168; each child sings to seek Shiva's protection through prayer. Indra, Narada, and the Devatas sing 'Om Shri Tripund Dhari' to ask rescue from Shiva in episode 56; Sachi then sings the same melody as a prayer to Shakti, 'Jai Shakti Dayini Maa,' in episode 100.

Continuity is also created between different performers with music. For instance, the song 'Maha Shivratri Aayi' is sung by Shiva's first wife Sati, and then by his second wife Parvati, both celebrating the great festival of Maha Shivaratri.

Broadcast[edit]

Om Namah Shivay was running in parallel with another TV series called Shiv Mahapuran which was based on the same topic. Shiv Mahapuran was created by Gulshan Kumar from T-Series. Both the shows used to telecast on Doordarshan. However, while Om Namah Shivay was shown on DD-National channel, Shiv Mahapuran was telecast on DD-Metro channel. Sometimes, both use to run the same track parallelly.

Yashodhan Rana and Gayatri Shastri - the second actor to play Shiva, and Parvati, respectively - became engaged in 1999.[6] They married in 2001 and divorced in April 2010.[7]

Om Namah Shivaya Chanting

Home video[edit]

In 2003, Om Namah Shivay was released as a two-part, 42-DVD set, distributed by Madhu Entertainment and Media. It includes an option for English subtitles and a choice of four languages for audio (Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam). The DVD insert explains more about the series' creation and purpose:'There is no one character in world history..which has influenced people so great and made them culturally rich as Shiva. The name of Lord Shiva is unique in each and every respect. The TV serial Om Namah Shivay is gratitude shown to this God of Gods called Shiva. A great effort is put to make this serial an unforgettable experience in every Indian's life.'

References[edit]

Om namah shivaya meaning englishAllTelugu
  1. ^'Sony to run old DD mytho in afternoon band'. Indiantelevision.com. 30 November 2002. Retrieved 30 November 2009.
  2. ^'Om Namah Shivay on DVD'. Indian Express Group. 25 July 2003. Retrieved 30 November 2009.
  3. ^'A Magnet With a Magic Touch'. screenindia.com. Retrieved 7 January 2011.
  4. ^ ab'Dheeraj Kumar Makes It Big on the Small Screen'. smashits.com. Retrieved 7 January 2011.
  5. ^'On screen Shiva and Parvati, Yashodhan Rana and Gayatri Shastri, get engaged'. India Today. 5 July 1999.
  6. ^'But really..' india-today.com. 7 May 1999. Retrieved 14 September 2010.
  7. ^'Oh my God, Yashodhan-Gayatri split'. tellychakkar.com. 8 May 2010. Retrieved 14 September 2010.

External links[edit]

  • Om Namah Shivay on IMDb
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Om Namah Shivay
GenreHindu History
Created bySurinder Films
Written bySayantani Bhattacharya
Rupa Banerjee
Priyanka Seth
Directed bySoumik Chatterjee
StarringGaurav Mondal
Neha Amandeep
Sriparna Roy
Rupsha Mukherjee
Debjani Modak
Arup Poddar
Voices ofUpali and Amit
Opening themeOm Namah Shivay by Madhuraa Bhattacharya
ComposersNachiketa Chakraborty
Jeet Gannguli
Country of originIndia
Original languageBengali
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes142
Production
ProducersSurinder Singh
Nispal Singh
Production locationKolkata
CinematographyParitosh Singh
Running time22 minutes
Production companySurinder Films
Release
Original networkSTAR Jalsha
Picture format576iSDTV
1080iHDTV
Original release18 June –
10 November 2018
Chronology
Preceded byMayurpankhi

Om Namah Shivay is a Bengali TV show that launched on 18 June 2018 and aired on STAR Jalsha at 5:30 PM. The show went Off-Air on 10 November 2018.

The series explores the captivating tale of Shiva’s life, his infinite love for Sati, his grief over her loss, his timeless union with Parvati and his legend as the fearsome destroyer of evil.

The show is an enigmatic portrayal of the Lord of the Universe – Shiva. It is a gripping portrayal of the historical stories around Shiva and delves into several lesser-known stories and legends around him. The show begins with the buildup to the epic battle between Shiva and Jalandhara as has been mentioned in the Shiva Puran.

The storytelling is complemented by the expertise of the renowned consultant – Nrisingha Prasad Bhaduri and eminent artist Rupchand Kundu has been roped in creative visualization of the show-universe.

Mahadev is played by Gaurav Mondal while Neha Amandeep plays Sati and Sriparna Roy portrays the character of Parvati.

Plot[edit]

The story follows Shiva, the Protector and the Destroyer, the Peaceful and the Fierce. Shiva is portrayed as a family man uninfluenced by mortal allures and pleasures.

Om Namoh Shivay starts with Dakshya, the son of Brahma, being introduced as the greatest Prajapati on earth. Asur Raj (King of the Asuras) Jalandhar attacks his kingdom and starts wreaking havoc. After Dakshya’s failure to stop Jalandhar, all Gods and humans start praying to Shiva who punishes Jalandhar and saves the world. This infuriates Dakshya who denies Shiva’s supremacy.

Brahma prays to Mahamaya for help to domesticate Shiva. She takes a mortal birth as Sati, daughter of Dakshya and becomes an ardent worshipper of Shiva.

Dakshay cannot tolerate Sati’s dedication and decides to teach young Sati a lesson by imprisoning her. However, Shiva starts playing mridangam and magically rescues Sati. Dakshya gets further infuriated and throws out all Shiva followers from Dakshya Rajya. They are rescued by Shiva who gives them food and shelter.

Rishi Durvasa, the son of Atri and Anasuya comes to Dakshya Rajya and Sati pleases him with the help of Shiva’s magic. Durvasa blesses Sati for her devotion and says that one day she would become the wife of Shiva. However, arrogant Dakshya insults Durvasa and the infuriated rishi curses the Prajapati.

Cast[edit]

  • Gaurav Mondal as Lord Shiva
  • Neha Amandeep as Sati
  • Sriparna Roy as Devi Parvati
  • Rupsha Mukherjee as Devi Lakshmi
  • Debjani Modak as Devi Saraswati
  • Arup Poddar as Kama
  • Sambhabhi as Young Sati
  • Sumanta Mukherjee as Dakshya
  • Sabysachi Chowdhury as Lord Vishnu, Narayan
  • Bipul Patra as Kartik

Crew[edit]

  • Director - Soumik Chatterjee
  • Music Director - Jeet Ganguly,Upali Chatterjee, Amit Sur
  • Creative team - Sarbari Ghoshal
  • Screenplay - Writam Ghoshal

Production and theme song[edit]

This show comes from ‘Surinder Films’ the creator of the superhit – series ‘Bhakter Bhagoban Sri Krishna’ and popular fantasy-fiction ‘Kironmala’. Along with Nispal Singh Rane, Koel Mallick, popular actress of Bengali Cinema, made her debut as a TV series producer through this show.

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The title track has been created by ace music composer Jeet Ganguly, and sung by Nachiketa Chakraborty who has created many popular songs such as Nilanjana, Sorkari Kormochari and Briddhashram over the past 3 decades.

External links[edit]

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