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‘Dwarkadhish- Kingdom of Krishna’ unveils the story of the mystic kingdom on History TV18

Premiering today at 9 pm, the one-hour film brings to life the legends of Krishna, the stories of Dwarka, of Dwarkadhish temple and the devotion of the faithful

History TV18 is coming up with the story of Hinduism’s sacred site Dwarka, its presiding deity and the love of His people in ‘Dwarkadhish: Kingdom of Krishna’ from March 27 at 9 pm.

The one-hour film brings to life the legends of Krishna, the stories of Dwarka, of Dwarkadhish temple and the devotion of the faithful. Mythologist and author Devdutt Pattanaik decodes the appeal of Krishna, beliefs, practices and ritual worship. The film also counts down to Dwarka’s biggest annual festival Janamshtami, the celebration of Shri Krishna’s birth. It will show how Dwarka and its grand temple transformed, amid special ceremonies, community prayers and grand celebrations.

The lives of the characters in the film revolve around the temple and its precise routine – a young dancer and tattoo artist, a girl from a Pujari family, a tailor, a priest and pilgrims. The film travels back and forth, through ancient past and modern day, between what history knows and faith believes.

Avinash Kaul

Avinash Kaul, MD A+E Networks | TV18 and COO Network18, said, "At History TV18, we've always put forth best-in-class content that’s riveting, contemporary and relevant for our viewers. ‘Dwarkadhish- Kingdom of Krishna' is truly a one-of-its-kind documentary that celebrates the spirit of India with all its ancient splendour coexisting beautifully with youth and modernity.”

Dwarkadhish: Kingdom of Krishna is a celebration of lost histories and ancient narratives of faith rooted in thousands of years of tradition and of the people of India, who come together from far corners of the country, converging in a sacred space, in search of a spiritual experience.

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