From the CD:
Produced & Executed by: Ramanand Sagar, Subhash Sagar, Prem Sagar
Produced & Directed by: Ramanand Sagar, Anand Sagar, Moti Sagar
Episodes- 1 To 106
With English Subtitles
NTSC All Region
After the stupendous success of ‘Sampooran Ramayan’ and ‘Shri Krishan’- Ramanand Sagar presents his third epic- ‘Jai Ganga Maiya’ based on the most revered and the only living goddess- Ganga.
Residing in the Kamandal of Lord Brahma, Bhagwati Ganga, like Saraswati and Laxmi, is one of the seven Shaktis of supreme Goddess Mahamayaadishakti. The story goes far back when Kapil Muni curses king Sagar’s sixty thousand and one sons and reduces them to ashes.
One repeated requests by the sole son of King Sagar, Kapil finally changes his mind and says that King Sagar’s sons would attain Mukti only if their ashes are cleansed by the holy water of Goddess Ganga.
Generation after generation apologize to pacify Brahma but without success- and finally after much praying, pleading and tapasya by Bhagirath- the seventh generation of king Sagar, Ganga reluctantly consents to descend to earth.
To contain its powerful fall, Lord Shiva steps in the way and lets the river tumble gently through his long hair onto the Himalayas. Ganga then flows across India to the edge of ocean, where she washes over the ashes and gives mukti to the sons of King Sagar, an event commemorated even today. Ganga represents an innermost strain of pristine coolness, piety and purity. The river itself epitomizes all the characteristics, India is known for: mythical, serene, all pervading and assimilative.
Ganga enriches the spiritual lives of millions of Indians for whom the river is Holy because river Ganga personifies Goddess Ganga who descends to earth to cleanse the sins of the mankind. Ramanand Sagar’s ‘Jai Ganga Maiya’ is based on: Shreemad Devi Bhagwat, Shree Padma Mahapuran, Shree Bhagwat Mahapuran, Shree Durga Sapatashati, Shree Skand Mahapuran, and Shree Waman Mahapuran other sources of inspiration include: His Holiness Shankaracharya, Maharishi Valmiki, Ved Vyas, Sant Tulsidas and also folk literature, popular legends of medieval and modern literature.
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