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Jumbo, a young elephant, embarks on a journey to find his father.
Hanuman The Complete Saga
Hanuman was born to Anjani, female Apsara and Vayu the wind god. He was blessed with supreme intelligence, strength and divine power,as a baby Hanuman was quite naughty and used his power of pester the saints living in the nearby forest. Once when he was hungry he leapt to catch the sun thinking it was a fruit. On the instance of Vayu, Indra and the other god's came together to bless baby hanuman of immortal life. Blessed with divine powers Hanuman grew up to the powerful and mighty no harm could befall him from any weapon, fire and water could not harm him, he could overcome death and above all he could transformed his body to take the smallest from or attain the biggest from of life. He befriended lord Ram and Laxman in their search for Sita. Hanuman with his super power helped lord Ram and Laxman defeat Rawan and secure the released of Sita seeing his devotion and love towards him lord Ram blessed Hanuman with the boon of the immortality.
The Greatest Warrior Hero. The extraordinary Monkey God- three words that describe Hanuman. He is a symbole of strength, courage and devotion. A great warior, he worshiped Lord Rama and battled the savagery of Ravana to rescue Sita- Lord Rama's wife. The epic mythological "Ramayan" abounds with stories of Hanuman's valour and mystical powers. He could fly, had legendary strength, could expand to gigantic proportions, and lot more. According to folklore, he is one of the few Hindu gods who still resides on earth at all times. It is said that he shall live among humans as long as the name of lord Rama is remembered.
Hanuman was born to Anjani, female Apsara and Vayu the wind God. He was blessed with supreme intelligence, Strenghth and Divine Powers. As a baby, Hanuman was quite naughty and used his powers to pester the saints living in the nearby forest. Once when he was hungry he leapt to catch the sun thinking it was a fruit. On the instance of vayu, Indra and the other goods came together to bless baby hanuman of immortal life. Blessed with dvine powers hanuman grew up to be powerful and mighty. No harm could befall him from any weapons, fire and water could not harm him. He could overcome death and above all he could transform his body to take the smallest form or attain the biggest form of life. He befriended lord Ram and Laxman in their search for sita. Hanuman with his super powers helped lord Ram and Laxman defeat Ravan and secure the release of sita. Seeing his devotion and love towards him, lord Ram blessed Hanuman with the boon of the immortality.
Luv Kush-The Amazing Twins
Luv Kush is the story of the amazing twins of Ram and Sita. They are born to Sita while she is in exite at Valmiki's ashram. Ram is unaware of their birth. To proclaim his might and glory Ram performs an Ashwamedha yagna. The horse is not challenged by any of the kings and the fame of Ram grows. However, while the horse is about to end its journey it wanders into Valmiki's ashram and Luv captures it thus challenging the might of Ram. This story depicts their birth, adolescence, their love for the Vedas, their skills in archery and the final confrontation with Ram. The story is not a literal translation of Valmiki or Tulisidas's Ramayan. However, overall it tries to depict the life of the amazing twins.
In the mist of the white Kailash Mountains, Ganesha the adorable elephant headed child is born to the divinely beautiful Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva, the most powerful of all.
Lord Shiva offers Ganesha a boon that, before any one undertakes any task, they would worship Ganesha for success and prosperity. Ganesha has the powers to remove all obstacles, He looks for adventure in every corner and outsmaarts his own brother Skanda with his scintillating intellgence. After which Lord Shiva makes Ganesha the leader of the army "The Ganesha". Ganesha has immeasurable love and respect for his partents. He is mischievous and gleeful at the same time he proves his valor in slaying demons but something terrifying and monstrous awaits him.
Sindur, the son of Lord Brahma The creator, acquires a boon of conquering the three worlds. However his charming form is concealed with a crooked mind. He soon grows a desire to defeat Lord Shiva to test his powers, but in vain, Ganesha vanquishes him. Sindur comes back with great vengeance and reigns terror in the world, even the gods are not spared and become helpness. They call out to Ganesha seeking help to relieve them from this doom. It comes to light that the one and only Ganesha can stop the menace of Sindur and thus takes the incarnation as Gajaanana. There on as Gajaanana, he sets to contest Sindur and the outcome of which is the end to Sindur's life and rejoicing Ganesha's Victory.