Prakash Javadekar watching Ramayan (Photograph Credit: Twitter)
New Delhi, March 28: As the favored tv serial of the 1980s Ramayana and Mahabharat made a comeback on the tv on Saturday, Union Minister of Data and Broadcasting Prakash Javadekar inspired individuals to observe the long-lasting exhibits. In a tweet, Prakash Javadekar shared a picturing of him watching the Ramayana present on DD Nationwide and sought to know who else has joined him. Surprisingly, he later deleted the tweet carrying his image. Ramayan TV Sequence Title Tune Is Making Individuals Nostalgic.
“I’m watching ‘Ramayana’, are you?” Prakash Javadekar tweeted. In one other tweet, he urged individuals to activate their tv units at 9 am and 9 pm to observe Ramayana. He added that folks can catch Mahabharat episodes every day and 12 midday and seven pm. He additionally knowledgeable that it’s necessary for all cable operators to telecast Doordarshan channels. “In your space, if it isn’t being proven, then elevate a grievance together with your cable operator,” he urged. Ramayan Re-Telecast Schedule on Doordarshan: Here is When and The place You Can Watch The Arun Govil-Deepika Chikhalia-Sunil Lahri Mytho Present on TV.
Screenshot of Prakash Javadekar’s Tweet:
Prakash Javadekar’s tweet on ‘Ramayana’ (Photograph Credit: Twitter)
Prakash Javadekar’s Tweets on Ramayana:
It’s necessary for all cable operators to point out DD channels. In your space if it isn’t being proven, then elevate a grievance together with your cable operator. #StayHomeStaySafe#IndiaFightsCorona@narendramodi@PIB_India@DDNewslive@DDNewsHindi
— Prakash Javadekar (@PrakashJavdekar) March 28, 2020
On Friday, Javadekar introduced the retelecast of Ramayana which is an Indian historical-drama epic tv collection, which aired throughout 1987-1988, created, written, and directed by Ramanand Sagar. DD Nationwide additionally mentioned that on public demand, amid the 21-day lockdown, it’s going to broadcast Ramanand Sagar’s Ramayan from Saturday. After his announcement, social media was flooded with request for retelecast of Mahabharat and Chanakya.
These epics aired on Doordarshan within the late 1980s and early 1990s saved individuals glued to their TV units. Nitish Bharadwaj, who used to play the long-lasting character of Bhagwan Shri Krishna in Mahabharat instructed IANS: “That is great. There are a sure set of values to be learnt from Ramayan and a few classes from Mahabharat. Ramayan will train right now’s era restraint whereas Mahabharat will give them so many issues to consider. It would assist them introspect.”