Poster of serial on Swami Vivekananda released

The poster launch of the TV serial, The Great Monk Swami Vivekananda. Photo: Himanshu Jhunjhunwala

The governor of Rajasthan, Kalraj Mishra, recently launched the poster of the television serial, The Great Monk Swami Vivekanand, being made under the banner of Shri Hariom Films, at an event organized at Mumbai’s Bhakti Vedanta Swami Mission School.

This show is an inspiration for the youth and has been written and directed by Krishna Mishra. The producers are Kamal Mukut, Shalini Gupta, A.K. Gupta and Krishna Mishra.

The event began with the lighting of the lamp along with Ganpati Vandana. On this occasion, along with the producer-director, actors Arun Bakshi, Sunil Pal and Jitendra Singh Naruka, deputy mayor Arun Dev and corporator Yogiraj Dabhadkar were also present.

Krishna Jaiswal. who plays the role of Ramakrishna Paramhans, Arun Bakshi, who plays the role of Ramanand Rai, Piyush Suhane, Tanmay Pareek, Kirti Adarkar, Master Prateek and Mahesh Dubey star in the show.

This serial is being produced under the banner of Shri Hariom Films, MM Movies and Mantra Ad World Pvt. Ltd. It is written by Krishna Mishra, Prabudha Saurabh and Raman Raghuvanshi.

Governor Kalraj Mishra stated, “Krishna Mishra and his team did a lot of research on how Swami Vivekanand-ji’s childhood and what he did in his youth, and they will present his ideas and thoughts through the show.”

Swami Vivekananda would tell the youth that they must maintain their health, for he believed that only a healthy body can have a healthy mind and brain and can think of new thoughts. He added, “Today, there is a need for a leader like Swami Vivekananda. We hope that Swami Vivekananda’s messages will reach people through this serial. The first poster of the serial is impressive and the glimpses shown were also amazing.”

Krishna Mishra became emotional when he came up on stage to speak a few words. Talking to the media, Krishna said, “The Great Monk Swami Vivekananda will inspire the youth to move forward in life. Swami Vivekananda died at the age of just 39, but even then, he has left behind the magic of his words to inspire people.”



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