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Reruns of religious dramas comfort Indians in dire times
by Vineeta Deepak
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23 May 2020
On 23 May 2020 The Associated Press reported:
Staying home under lockdown as they wait for the worst of the coronavirus pandemic to pass, millions of Indians are turning to their gods. Not in prayer rooms, but on TV. The country's public broadcaster has revived epic television shows like 'Ramayan' and 'Shri Krishna' ... airing them in prime time every night. In 'Ramayan,' a wildly popular series from the '80s, filmmaker Ramanand Sagar tells the story of Lord Ram...
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'When the show was first telecast, the streets used to be completely deserted and everyone watched it with devotion. The stories about the victory of good over evil were very engaging,' said Vijay Kumar Jain, a physician and gastroenterologist practicing in New Delhi and an avid fan of the dramas.
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