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Documentary : 60 - 90 mins 

Net series: 20 - 22 episodes of 20 - 30 mins each

Benaras. Varanasi. Kashi. Many names for what is believed to be the oldest living city on the planet.  It is said to be 5000 years old, but little is known about its history and origins. Many documentaries have been made about the city. But for the first time, we reveal the details of a geometric pattern that is the skeleton for the city. Hundreds of temples were established upon this geometry, making the entire city into a sacred yantra.  This documentary also explores how Kashi became the birthplace for traditional sciences including: 

  • Astronomy

  • Astrology

  • Science

  • Vedic mathematics

  • Arts and craft

  • Music and dance

  • Martial arts and sport

Was it by design that this city became a cooking pot for all these sciences? Moreover, while the great cities of Ancient Rome, Greece, and Egypt came to ruins, how did a city like Kashi survive? Our documentary will be covering all this and more.


Documentary : 60 - 90 mins 

Net series : 12 - 15 episodes of 20 - 30 mins each

Agasthyamuni remains a mystery to this day. Historians continue to dismiss him as a mythological figure. In the mythological and Puranic texts, it has been cited that he lived since the pre-vedic times, until the 15th century. How could have anyone lived this long? And still, there is enough living proof of his work. The Siddha system of medicine, Kalaripayattu, Varmam, Silambam and such systems are said to be established by him. There are many temples either attributed to him or said to be consecrated by him. There are hundreds of villages in Bharath named after him as an indication of his travels. 
In this series we trace his journey from Kailash. Here, he starts off as one of the 7 sages who learnt the yogic sciences from Shiva. We then follow his path down to Kanyakumari. And then, further into Southeast Asia.  Even today, his statues are found in most of the temples. This documentary is to de-mystify the phenomenon that is Agasthyamuni. 


Documentary : 60 - 90 mins 

Net series : 12 - 15 episodes of 20 - 30 mins each


Documentary : 60 - 90 mins 

Net series : 12 - 15 episodes of 20 - 30 mins each

Guru Gorakhnathji is a forgotten legend who shaped the culture of North India. Not much is known about Matsyendranath and Gorakhnath who are held at par with Shiva himself when it comes to their attainments and accomplishments as yogis. Their greatest contribution to humanity at large, is the flawless  Hatha Yoga tradition. At one point, there were hundreds of ashrams or akhadas on this land which catered to the spiritual tradition and practices along with social causes and community development.

Starting at the temple in Gorakhpur and the akhada in this region, we will travel to explore others, including those that trace all the way back to the Gorakhnath period.  They are spread right across Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan and cover most of the northern Indian states touching Maharashtra and some parts of Tamil Nadu too.

Adishankara, born in Kalady, Kerala, was an exponent of Advaita Vedanta. He was a legend who lived for 33 years, and wrote commentaries on 10 upanishads. He also created 10 other works of his own such as Bhajagovinda Stotra and the Sivanandalahari. Shankara's commentary on the Brahma Sutras is the oldest surviving text. He traversed every part of Bharath during this period. He debated unbeaten with the greatest of kings and scholars. The four mathas that he set up in the four corners of the country, follow his doctrines and teachings to this day. The revered Chardhams also run by the precepts set up by Adishakara. Although there are many commentaries on Lalitha Sahasranamam, Adishankara's stands as one which takes the worship of Goddess through Srividya upasana into a deep inner journey. Considering his massive accomplishments during his short lifespan, there is little known or shared about his life and work. This documentary attempts to present all facets of this incredible being.

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