Ramayan- Jeevan ka Aadhar
Ramayan- Jeevan ka Aadhar EP 5601 Sep 2013

Ramayan is a timeless classic based on Valmiki's ancient epic and Tulsidas' Ramcharitmanas. Tracing the journey of Lord Rama through the trials and tribulations of his iconic life, Ramayan shows viewers a way of life ; it is rich in the core values, ideals and principles that form the crux of Indian culture and upbringing. Centuries after the original epic was first written, its relevance in contemporary times remains unquestioned. The characters Rama, Sita, Lakshman, Bharat, Hanuman and Ravan are all fundamental to the cultural consciousness of India. The show, like the religious epic it is based on, explores the subtleties of the delicate relationships within one's family, portraying model characters like the ideal father, king, servant, brother and wife.

Ramayan- Jeevan ka Aadhar
Ramayan- Jeevan ka Aadhar EP 5525 Aug 2013

Lord Garud arrive at Lord Ram's shelter. He then saves the lives of both Lord Ram and Lakshman. Ravan and his son on the other hand, celebrate their victory for partially killing their opponent Lord Ram and Lakshman. Meghnath however, gets shocked after learning about Lord Ram and Lakshman's survival from his deadliest weapon. He then calls for another battle. The next day, Meghnath indulges in a tough battle with Lakshman. He injures Lakshman more severely in this fight. Lord Ram and his Sena get shaken watching Lakshman in his unconscious state. Lord Ram also breaks down miserably showing a sign of losing hope. Jamwant then suggests bringing in saint Sushenji to get a cure for the injury. Hanuman brings in saint Sushenji who suggests about a medicine on Sanjeevani hill. Hanuman reaches on the hill but gets confused to get the right medicine. He then lifts the entire mountain and brings it to Sushenji. Sushenji hence, cures Lakshman's injury and brings him back to consciousness. The next day, Lakshman has another battle with Meghnaath. Meghnaath tries his best to win the battle but, Lakshman stays at peace and defeats Meghnaath by cutting his head off.

Ramayan- Jeevan ka Aadhar
Ramayan- Jeevan ka Aadhar EP 5418 Aug 2013

Kumbkaran appears at the battle field and battles with Lakshman and his Sena. Ram however, arrives at the battlefield and cuts Kumbkaran's head off. Ravan gets furious after learning about Kumbkaran's death. He then decides to fight with Ram and his Sena the next day. Ravan's son Meghnaath however, appears at the moment and assures his father of defeating Ram and his Sena the next day. The next day, Meghnaath arrives at the battlefield and mercilessly kills Lord Ram's Sena. Lakshman however gives a tough fight to Meghnaath. As Lord Ram arrives, Meghnaath uses his powers and turn invisible. He then uses his superpower and showers his powerful weapon of live snakes on Lord Ram and Lakshman. The snake bites make both Lord Ram and Lakshman unconscious. Queen Sita gets shocked after the news reaches her. Ravan on the other hand, enjoys the glory of his son's victory on his arrival back home.

Ramayan- Jeevan ka Aadhar
Ramayan- Jeevan ka Aadhar EP 5311 Aug 2013

Ramayan, khar's son Makraaksh provokes Lakshman and Angad to have a battle with Lord Ram. Makraaksh quarrels with Lakshman and Angad at first then, provokes Lord Ram to have a fight with him. Makraaksh also mentions about his motive to kill Ram with a view to take a revenge for his father, who was killed by Lord Ram. Lord Ram however, agrees to fight and defeats him. Ravan's father in law suggests Ravan's son to call upon Ravan's brother Kumbkaran to fight Lord Ram and his men. After Kumbkuram is awake from his sleep he visits Ravan's palace and tries to convince Ravan to change his mind of fighting Lord Ram. Ravan gets furious by Kumbkaran's plea and asks him to make a choice by considering his responsibility as a brother. Kumbkaran hence, makes a decision in Ravan's favour and proceeds on his journey to fight Lord Ram and his sena. Kumbkaran walks with his destructive foot over Lord Ram's Sena stamping many. Vibhishan tries to convince Kumbkaran by mentioning the deity of Lord Ram. But, Kumbkaran sticks to his decision and provokes Lord Ram and Lakshman to fight him.

Ramayan- Jeevan ka Aadhar
Ramayan- Jeevan ka Aadhar EP 5204 Aug 2013

Ramayan is a timeless classic based on Valmiki's ancient epic and Tulsidas' Ramcharitmanas. Tracing the journey of Lord Rama through the trials and tribulations of his iconic life, Ramayan shows viewers a way of life ; it is rich in the core values, ideals and principles that form the crux of Indian culture and upbringing. Centuries after the original epic was first written, its relevance in contemporary times remains unquestioned. The characters Rama, Sita, Lakshman, Bharat, Hanuman and Ravan are all fundamental to the cultural consciousness of India. The show, like the religious epic it is based on, explores the subtleties of the delicate relationships within one's family, portraying model characters like the ideal father, king, servant, brother and wife.

Ramayan- Jeevan ka Aadhar
Ramayan- Jeevan ka Aadhar EP 5128 Jul 2013

Ramayan is a timeless classic based on Valmiki's ancient epic and Tulsidas' Ramcharitmanas. Tracing the journey of Lord Rama through the trials and tribulations of his iconic life, Ramayan shows viewers a way of life ; it is rich in the core values, ideals and principles that form the crux of Indian culture and upbringing. Centuries after the original epic was first written, its relevance in contemporary times remains unquestioned. The characters Rama, Sita, Lakshman, Bharat, Hanuman and Ravan are all fundamental to the cultural consciousness of India. The show, like the religious epic it is based on, explores the subtleties of the delicate relationships within one's family, portraying model characters like the ideal father, king, servant, brother and wife.

Ramayan- Jeevan ka Aadhar
Ramayan- Jeevan ka Aadhar EP 5021 Jul 2013

Ramayan is a timeless classic based on Valmiki's ancient epic and Tulsidas' Ramcharitmanas. Tracing the journey of Lord Rama through the trials and tribulations of his iconic life, Ramayan shows viewers a way of life ; it is rich in the core values, ideals and principles that form the crux of Indian culture and upbringing. Centuries after the original epic was first written, its relevance in contemporary times remains unquestioned.The characters Rama, Sita, Lakshman, Bharat, Hanuman and Ravan are all fundamental to the cultural consciousness of India. The show, like the religious epic it is based on, explores the subtleties of the delicate relationships within one's family, portraying model characters like the ideal father, king, servant, brother and wife

Ramayan- Jeevan ka Aadhar
Ramayan- Jeevan ka Aadhar EP 4901 Jun 2013

Ramayan is a timeless classic based on Valmiki's ancient epic and Tulsidas' Ramcharitmanas. Tracing the journey of Lord Rama through the trials and tribulations of his iconic life, Ramayan shows viewers a way of life ; it is rich in the core values, ideals and principles that form the crux of Indian culture and upbringing. Centuries after the original epic was first written, its relevance in contemporary times remains unquestioned.The characters Rama, Sita, Lakshman, Bharat, Hanuman and Ravan are all fundamental to the cultural consciousness of India. The show, like the religious epic it is based on, explores the subtleties of the delicate relationships within one's family, portraying model characters like the ideal father, king, servant, brother and wife

Ramayan- Jeevan ka Aadhar
Ramayan- Jeevan ka Aadhar EP 4826 May 2013

Ramayan is a timeless classic based on Valmiki's ancient epic and Tulsidas' Ramcharitmanas. Tracing the journey of Lord Rama through the trials and tribulations of his iconic life, Ramayan shows viewers a way of life ; it is rich in the core values, ideals and principles that form the crux of Indian culture and upbringing. Centuries after the original epic was first written, its relevance in contemporary times remains unquestioned.The characters Rama, Sita, Lakshman, Bharat, Hanuman and Ravan are all fundamental to the cultural consciousness of India. The show, like the religious epic it is based on, explores the subtleties of the delicate relationships within one's family, portraying model characters like the ideal father, king, servant, brother and wife

Ramayan- Jeevan ka Aadhar
Ramayan- Jeevan ka Aadhar EP 4725 May 2013

Ramayan is a timeless classic based on Valmiki's ancient epic and Tulsidas' Ramcharitmanas. Tracing the journey of Lord Rama through the trials and tribulations of his iconic life, Ramayan shows viewers a way of life ; it is rich in the core values, ideals and principles that form the crux of Indian culture and upbringing. Centuries after the original epic was first written, its relevance in contemporary times remains unquestioned.The characters Rama, Sita, Lakshman, Bharat, Hanuman and Ravan are all fundamental to the cultural consciousness of India. The show, like the religious epic it is based on, explores the subtleties of the delicate relationships within one's family, portraying model characters like the ideal father, king, servant, brother and wife

Ramayan- Jeevan ka Aadhar
Ramayan- Jeevan ka Aadhar EP 4619 May 2013

Ramayan is a timeless classic based on Valmiki's ancient epic and Tulsidas' Ramcharitmanas. Tracing the journey of Lord Rama through the trials and tribulations of his iconic life, Ramayan shows viewers a way of life ; it is rich in the core values, ideals and principles that form the crux of Indian culture and upbringing. Centuries after the original epic was first written, its relevance in contemporary times remains unquestioned.The characters Rama, Sita, Lakshman, Bharat, Hanuman and Ravan are all fundamental to the cultural consciousness of India. The show, like the religious epic it is based on, explores the subtleties of the delicate relationships within one's family, portraying model characters like the ideal father, king, servant, brother and wife

Ramayan- Jeevan ka Aadhar
Ramayan- Jeevan ka Aadhar EP 4518 May 2013

Ramayan is a timeless classic based on Valmiki's ancient epic and Tulsidas' Ramcharitmanas. Tracing the journey of Lord Rama through the trials and tribulations of his iconic life, Ramayan shows viewers a way of life ; it is rich in the core values, ideals and principles that form the crux of Indian culture and upbringing. Centuries after the original epic was first written, its relevance in contemporary times remains unquestioned.The characters Rama, Sita, Lakshman, Bharat, Hanuman and Ravan are all fundamental to the cultural consciousness of India. The show, like the religious epic it is based on, explores the subtleties of the delicate relationships within one's family, portraying model characters like the ideal father, king, servant, brother and wife