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BUDDHA (TV SERIAL Volumes 1 to 5)
Arun Govil, Raja Ravindra, Suddhodan, Krishna Bhardwaj and Sunetra

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BUDDHA (TV SERIAL Volumes 1 to 5) Gautam Buddha was born as Siddhartha, son of the King of Kapilavastu and his Queen, Mahamaya. As a young man he renounced all worldly desires and left the palace to seek the meaning of truth. After long meditation and penance under a Bodhi tree, he achieved enlightenment and was thereafter known as Buddha. He dedicated his life to serving mankind and gained wide following. His teachings are widely recounted and followed by Buddhists all over the world.


Background Information

SidharthaSidhartha was born (c. 563 BC; Kapilavastu, Nepal) into the Gautama family of the Shakaya clan. The Shakayas were members of the priestly-warrior caste. He lived a luxurious & well-protected life, blissfully unaware of life's hardships. He marries Yashodhara & she bears him a son..


SidharthaDuring one of his few excursions from the protection of his father's palace, Sidhartha saw three things which opened the harsh realities of life to him. He saw an old man, suffering from the frailties of age. He saw a sick man, suffering from disease. He also saw a dead man, which shocked him greatly. He finally realized that the infirmities of old age, and the pain of sickness and death caused suffering that he had never experienced. This revelation caused him to begin a search for truth that drastically changed his life, and eventually, the lives of millions.

Sidhartha At twenty-nine years, he left his home and family. He gave up his claim to the succession of his father's throne and left the palace. He studied Yogic meditation with two Brahman hermits and achieved high cognitive states in both trance and meditation, but his desire for absolute truth was not satisfied.

Enlightened oneFor the next six years, Sidhartha placed his body under severe asceticism, which included extreme fasting and suspension of breathing. These practices almost killed him, but they did not satisfy his search for truth. He finally ended his ascetic lifestyle and began to eat. Sidhartha decided to meditate until the absolute truth would lie clearly in front of him. He meditated under a Bodhi tree where he sat facing east. At age thirty-five, on the night of the full moon, Sidhartha reached enlightenment and became an "enlightened one"--a Buddha (c. 528 BC). He had at last discovered the truth he had sought, and he immediately shared it with five ascetics who had practised near him. After a few weeks of rest, he decided to teach the way to enlightenment to others and went to Deer Garden where he held his first sermon, "The turning wheel of Dharma." Sidhartha felt a strong call to teach others even though he could never teach the content of enlightenment, only the way of enlightenment. Buddha called his teachings 'the middle way', because it was midway between asceticism and indulgence.

At the age of eighty For the next forty-five years he taught as the Buddha or Shakyamuni. He also established a community of monks called sanga. The Buddha died after forty-five years of teaching at the age of eighty.



Volume 1 - Episodes 1 to 5

Episode 1
Sumedh Goes to Gurukul

Episode 2
Sumedh shows his talent

Episode 3
Sumedh's sacrifice

Episode 4
Acharya Sumedh leaves the world

Episode 5
King Shuddhodhan

Volume 2 - Episodes 6 to 10

Episode 6
Mahamaya's dream

Episode 7
Birth of Buddha

Episode 8
Prajapati marries Shuddhodhan

Episode 9
Prajapati takes care of Sidhartha

Episode 10
Devdatta and Nanda

Volume 3 - Episodes 11 to 16

Episode 11
Siddhartha gets blessings

Episode 12
Devdatta's bad plans

Episode 13

Episode 14
Siddhartha wins the competition

Episode 15
Siddhartha gets engaged

Episode 16
Siddhartha and Yoshodhara's marriage

Volume 4 - Episodes 17 to 22

Episode 17
Siddhartha's birthday

Episode 18
Sidharatha's request

Episode 19
Sidharatha sees the real world.

Episode 20
Shuddhodhan gets upset

Episode 21
Siddharatha's questions

Episode 22
Siddharatha leaves Kapilavastu

Volume 5 - Episodes 18 to 2

Episode 23
Siddharatha finds a guru

Episode 24
Siddhartha becomes a Bhikshuk

Episode 25
Devdatta's bad intentions

Episode 26
Siddharatha gets Brama Gyan

Episode 27
Siddhartha becomes Buddha

Episode 28
Gautama - the Buddha

Bollywood Movie DVD- Trishagni TRISHAGNI*
Nana Patekar, Palavi Joshi, Alok Nath, Nitish Bhardwaj
The Buddhist town of Sariput, in a Central Asian desert, is struck by a fierce sand storm sometime in the first century BC. When the storm is over, the town has disappeared, except for part of a Buddhist monastery, two Buddhist monks and two little children-a boy and a girl whom they stumble upon in the wilderness and decide to raise them. The monks are Pitthumitta, the older, compassionate one, and Uchanda, younger and harsh. They name the boy Nirvana, the girl, Iti, and start again with their austere lives. Twenty years later, the monastery is humming again, the two monks are still devoted to the pursuit of truth and happiness, and Nirvana and Iti have grown into two full-blooded, young-people. Respectful of the monastic life, Nirvana and Iti are still vulnerable to the passions to feel guilty and Uchanda has cause to feel furious, a hidden cause over which he vainly struggles to have control. Through Uchanda, false-hood and deceit enter the monastery. It is time for another devastating and storm.



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