People, Now You Can Watch ‘Dharohar Bharat Ki’ On Curly Tales YouTube Channel!

by Shreya Rathod
People, Now You Can Watch ‘Dharohar Bharat Ki’ On Curly Tales YouTube Channel!

India’s history is probably the most intriguing one. From being home to ancient civilisations to being ruled by the great Mauryan Empire, this country has experienced and accepted multiple changes. Some of the greatest personalities were born on this land. India has been witness to some of the greatest revolutions. And DD docu film ‘Dharohar Bharat Ki’ features the same!

Watch ‘Dharohar Bharat Ki’ On Curly Tales

The documentary features India’s history and the places of historical significance. Kamiya Jani, the editor-in-chief of Curly Tales, takes you on a journey through the ancient temples, and colonial architecture and tells you about them. Some of the iconic places included in the documentary are Kedarnath Temple, Varanasi, Somnath Temple in Gujarat, the Statue Of Unity, Kranti Museum, Jallianwala Bagh Memorial Complex and so on.

And for those who were eager to watch this documentary, we have amazing news. In addition to Doordarshan and Jio Cinemas, you can now watch it on Curly Tales YouTube channel!

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Why Indians Are Loving The Docu Film?

Since childhood, we learn about India’s colonial history and heritage. Our history books are filled with the names of freedom fighters, great emperors and ancient civilisations. The documentary features some of the historical sites and educates you about their historical significance. Like the Jallianwala Bagh Memorial Complex. It was one of the darkest chapters in India’s struggle for independence. Similarly, the Cellular Jail, or Kala Pani, was the cruellest jail where freedom fighters were kept! The film refreshes our memories of the events that took place during British rule.

In addition to the colonial era, you are greeted with some of the ancient sites like temples, sites of Indus Valley civilisation, etc. One of these sites is Dholavira in Gujarat. It is a prominent Indus Valley Civilisation site and the Southern centre of Harappa civilisation. You can see some wonderful features at this preserved site.

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India is truly enigmatic and it can be seen in the documentary. If you haven’t seen the documentary yet, tune in to the videos linked above. Also, comment below and tell us what you liked about it.

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