Bangalore: Saral Jeevan, the 1st infotainment channel in Kannada, is launching 4 big properties from 24th Dec. Exploring more from factual & mythology genres, the 2 weekday programs are decoded and designed with insights from Indian History and The Mahabharata. The weekend programs to cover cookery and stories behind mega cinemas.
Krishna: Stories of Lord Krishna are legendary. Starting from Krishnavathara to Krishna as Sarathi for Arjuna, his life at every stage has many stories that inspire as guiding force to humanity for centuries. The series on Lord Krishna will have episodes in 5 phases, which include Lord Krishna’s childhood (Bala Krishna), youth (Gopika Krishna) and Krishna as Sarathi (in The Mahabharata) as the last phase. Krishna will be telecasted from Monday to Friday 9.00pm onwards.
The Kings of India: Prior to British era, the Indian subcontinent was ruled by many kings, and this was a golden era where India used to contribute over 20% to world economy. It is said that our country was so rich that jewellery & diamonds used to be sold on the streets. With many small kingdoms spread across south Vs few kings like Ashoka The Great & Shivaji who had waste lands under their control, there are many stories that inspire the Karma & Dharma of present India. This program decodes and presents the stories of `the Kings of India’ will be aired from Monday to Friday at 10.00pm.
Mega Cinema: Over 100 years old Indian Cinema, the largest producer of cinemas and 2nd oldest in the world, had delivered some of the most memorable and unforgettable movies. Some movies are cult, some are legendary; some ran for years and some told the world what is India and its culture all about. This program handpicks some of the finest movies across the languages and presents the stories behind the mega cinemas will air on Saturdays & Sundays 10.30pm onwards.
Nala Maharaja: The male chef is always behind the bigger kitchen that caters to majority. Best of the restaurants to mega functions, male chef plays key role in cooking tasty dishes. Interestingly less is shown about them on TV. This program invites common man to come to studio and present his skills of cooking and will be telecasted on Saturdays & Sundays 5.30pm onwards.
“Post to programs like Mahapayana (Lord Rama’s Epic journey) and Seethe Lokamathe, Saral Jeevan wish to continue presenting insightful content from mythology. We are sure that Lord Krishna series, with 5 phases of his life, will be liked by our viewers” says Dr. Sri Chandrashekhar Guruji, Chairman, CG Parivar Group.
“Factual content from Indian History is so passionate that it always pushes our teams to go deeper in understanding and present a new perspective to the viewers. New programs like Kings of India are part of this” says Raghunatha Reddy, Business Head of Saral Jeevan.
Saral Jeevan telecasts non-fiction programming with a focus on mythology, history, travel and insights from Indian heritage & culture. Channel philosophy is to present inspiring, motivational and factual content that is positive in nature. A full-fledged satellite channel is available across MSOs in Karnataka and on DTH platforms (Airtel # 967, Videocon # 686 and Reliance Big TV # 836). Saral Jeevan is part of CG Parivar Group, founded by Dr. Sri Chandrashekhar Guruji, who is the pioneer in Saral Vaastu.