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Television Channels with a definite difference

Television Channels with a definite difference

Thank God and nowdays there is a miraculous escape from clumsy television channels always airing programmes patronizing violence, supporting castiesm and encouraging pornography under the pretext of glamaur. I am not pointing to one particular news channel perhaps in a way or other almost all these folks claiming to be entertainment service providers fall under the same category.

Sometime back, which flipping channels, I came across this television channel called 'Sanskar' with the slogan Hamari Sanskruthi Hamari Virasat. All 24 hours in the TV programme, you can find some religious presentations like Bhagavatam discourse by Parama Poojya Sri Mridul Krishna Maharaj, who is a veteran proponent and an expert spiritual discourse deliverer of Srimad Bhagavadham. I would strongly recommend the readers to check out with thier cable operators and have this television channel telecasted to you as it is an immense value and an eternal bliss to each and every one.


[Ganga Aarthi]Every day evening, at 6:30, the channel also telecasts Ganga Arthi from the shores of River Ganges. Ganges is supposed to be so holy to purify us from all sins from all the births and it would be a great boon for us to worship the flow of River Ganges across so many miles from Hrishikesh, Haridwar and Allahabad Prayag. Ganga Arthi is conducted by Swami Chitananda Maharishi.

I also remember there used to be another channel called Maharishi Veda Vision. You may like to check out this channel also.

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Just came to know of Mridul Krishna Maharaj's website. Check it out here:

http://www.mridulvrindaban.com/
Anonymous said…
The programmes in Sanskar and Bhagavatham discourses by Mridulji is wonderful. May more people watch this and get benefitted.

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