Logo image of 'Jai Jai Jai Bajrang Bali'.Created byPrem SagarWritten byC.L.Saini and research by Ram govindDirected byAjay KumarTheme music composerPandit Kiran Mishra & Surya Raj KamalOpening theme'Jai Jai Jai Bajrang Bali' byCountry of originOriginal language(s)No. Of seasons1No. Of episodes1500ProductionExecutive producer(s)Shiv SagarProducer(s)CinematographyS KumarEditor(s)Shums MirzaCamera setupRunning timeApprox. 24 minutesProduction company(s)ReleaseOriginal networkPicture formatOriginal release6 June 2011 ( 2011-06-06) –31 July 2015 ( 2015-07-31)External linksJai Jai Jai Bajrang Bali is an Indian television mythological series, which premiered on June 6, 2011 on.It is based on the life of, the Hindu monkey God who plays a major role in, one of India's most popular mythological tales.
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The show tells the story of Maruti as he grows up in Anjan Pradesh along with his Mother Anjana and father Kesari.The storyline of the series focuses on Hanuman as the avatar of Lord Shiva. The events depicted are some of the lesser-known mythological events surrounding the trials and tribulations of Hanuman, while he was combating the evil and malevolent forces espoused by characters such as Raavana. Through the course of the show, the makers of the series plan to reveal the miraculous powers and the immeasurable physical strength Hanuman derives from Lord Shiva, which ultimately helps him pursue his noble endeavors and win his fights against all evil forces he encounters.The lead of the show, Raj Mange, won 'Best Child Artist of the Year' at the Indiantelevision.com's New Talent Awards. Main articles:, and References to contemporary locations The epic series looks to create greater resonance with sections of the audience with lesser mythological know-how, with the inclusion of places that are directly linked to or mentioned in the Ramayana and other relevant mythological texts, as shooting locations for the show. Most of these places are popular as tourist destinations in contemporary knowledge and culture.The Anjanadri Hill near Hampi, believed to be the birthplace of Lord Hanuman, is one such location featured in the series.
Others include Kishkinda, now known as Hammipur and Belur, as well as Anganwadi in the ancient city of Varanasi, which is described extensively in Tulsi Das’ Ramayana. Varanasi, in fact, is where Tulsi Das lived when he wrote a major part of the Ram Charit Manas. Kishkinda, on the other hand, has strong references in the Ramayana as the ape kingdom that was ruled by Sugriva's brother, Bali. Hanuman helps Sugriva capture the kingdom, and later brings him and Lord Rama together for the war against Raavana. Jai Jai Jai Bajarang Bali in the media The series, though well received, and hugely popular amongst millions of cable TV subscribers, has received some amount of criticism for the quality of production.
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'While Hanuman has been (a) part of our lives since the days of Doordarshan and the late Ramanand Sagar's Ramayan, it's also taken animated forms in endearing children's films. So it's painful to sit through this tacky production. Raavana's sword is a cardboard toy, while the torture scenes of the rishi-munis are funny, to say the least. Everyone goes through their jobs seriously, but are let down by shoddy production values', says an Indian Express reviewer.Jai Jai Jai Bajarang Bali has been in the news for being the top-rated show in spot ad charges on Sahara One.
The prime time feature is all set to generate the highest revenues for the cable TV channel, after it decided to adopt the fixed spot strategy as of March 2012. In a bid to increase its advertising revenues by 30% within one year, Sahara One designated Jai Jai Jai Bajarangbali as its flagship property and fixed ad rates during the show at an estimated Rs.7,500 for a 10-second spot. References. Biography for Ramanand Sagar. Retrieved on February 27, 2013, from www.imdb.com/name/nm0755997/bio.
the original main idol is in PANCHAMUKI ANJANEYA SWAMI TEMPLE which is in Karnataka. Retrieved on March 16, 2015 from. Hanuman Chalisa: Sahara One. Retrieved on April 10, 2015 from. Bhakti Samacharam: It is a devotional program that brings out significance and history of the pilgrimages. Retrieved on April 14, 2015 from. Sagar Arts.
Jai Jai Jai Bajrang Bali - Year of telecast. Retrieved on February 27, 2013, from www.sagartv.com/bajrangbali.htm. Hampi Sights: Hanuman Temple. Retrieved on February 27, 2013, from www.lonelyplanet.com/india/karnataka/hampi/sights/archaeological-site/hanuman-temple. Tulsi Ghat.
Retrieved on February 27, 2013, from www.varanasicity.com/tulsi-ghat.html. Kishkinda. Retrieved on February 27, 2013, from www.thekishkindatrust.org/?pageid=1481. Rao, Kshama. 'Jai Jai Jai Bajrangbali'.
Retrieved on February 27, 2013, from www.indianexpress.com/news/jai-jai-jai-bajrangbali/835331/2. Sarkar, Anindita. 'Sahara One shifts to fixed spot, eyes ad revenue growth of 30 per cent'. Retrieved on February 27, 2013, from www.afaqs.com/news/story/33333Sahara-One-shifts-to-fixed-spot;-eyes-ad-revenue-growth-of-30-per-centExternal links.
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Jai Jai Jai Bajrang Bali is Hinduism based mythological television series which was aired on channel SAHARA One and the first episode was released on 6th June 2011. The show premiers in approximately half-hour long episodes and till now, 865 of them have been broadcasted.
Among all the 865 Jai Jai Jai Bajrang Bali episodes, episode 1 and episode 2 are the most-viewed till date.Jai Jai Jai Bajrang Bali show is based on the life on Hanuman, the monkey god. He is supposed to be the 11th rudra avatar of Lord Shiva. According to the story, Lord Shiva took birth as a mortal to serve the purpose of ending Raavana’s rule over the world. The story begins from Hanuman being born as a kid to the wind god (pawan) and takes us through all his childhood stories which are very entertaining, mainly due to the fact that hanuman was a very naughty child. The main aim of his life is to serve Lord Rama and the story unfolds to their meeting when Lord Rama is looking for his wife Sita who had been abducted by Raavana.
He then helps him find Sita and fights the great battle (Known as Ramayana) against Raavana. Being the avatar of Shiva, Hanuman has almost unlimited powers which help him in helping Lord Rama to victory over Raavana and take back goddess Sita.Jai Jai Jai Bajrang Bali is a very popular show in India and it is majorly because of the popularity of hanuman among Indian Folklore and children’s stories.