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MUST WATCH! The last part is simply superb. Mixed with awesome Music and comments. Will definitely make any Indian feel proud of India.

(But J&K is missing on the logo. :eek:hno: But I'm not here for a debate on that.)


Life in the Land of Gods

Four years in the making, Discovery Atlas: India Revealed is a stunning portrait of an incredible nation. By
following the lives of several people across India, we discover the country's heart and hopes and dreams. Viewers
will meet Jyoti, a boatman who helps pilgrims carry out sacred Hindu rituals on the banks of the River Ganga, and
Krishna, the cable guy of Asia's biggest slum, who brings charity to an extraordinary and tightly knit community.
Geeta, the wedding planner for India's growing elite, helps couples realize the wedding of their dreams, along with
all its elaborate traditions. At Rishikesh, nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas, captured in all their
majesty, we meet 9-year-old Anuj, a farmer's son who, with the help of Swami Chidanand Saraswati, will train to
become a pandit.

Discovery Atlas: India Revealed presents this beautiful and complex nation to the world with stunning
photography and gripping stories. It is a documentary that will excite those who don't know India, but may also be
a film that will be a source of great pride for those who love the country.







India is a nation that will always be driven by hope. For this is the one country on earth where not even
death can put an end to dreams and ambition.
 

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Amazing videos, watch all of them as well and loved the stories and the photography.


This quote at the final chapter (and in your signature) is remarkable:

"India is a nation that will always be driven by hope. For this is the one country on earth where not even
death can put an end to dreams and ambition."
 
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