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Indian philosophy has wrestled with high concepts of the mind and the cosmos for millennia. Ideas like Dharma, Karma, rebirth, and god have been probed deeply and from many angles by many sages and poets. Epified has turned this timeless sea of knowledge into tiny video nuggets that can be easily understood and digested by one and all.

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2 Seasons, 36 Episodes
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Dharma Explained Full Episode Guide

  • This Episode brings to you a brief overview of Durga Puja and its roots in Bengal.

  • This episode brings to you the story of Kali and her many facts.

  • We bring you the many stories behind the festival Dussehra and the celebration that follows.

  • This episode brings to you the story about Guru Nanak on his birth anniversary.

  • In Hinduism, idols are immersed in water. This episode brings to you a larger picture.

  • The Bow is interpreted differently by people from different cultures. The significance of the bow has however remained central to Indian mythology. This episode tells you why the bow is important.

  • What does resting in peace really mean? How much sense does belief in an afterlife make?

  • This episode brings you an answer to the question what is a ritual.

  • This Episode takes this opportunity to ask and answer some questions about the nature of Yoga.

  • The story of the Bhagwad Gita is the story of Indian civilisation itself. In the history of this holy book lies the history of many sages, poets, and storytellers. We bring you a brief history of the Gita in this Episode.

  • Swayamvar - An ancient practice of choosing grooms by the girls themselves. Many renowned princesses found their husbands in Swayamvar ceremonies.

  • Everything we do has consequence, affecting many others. Everyone is bound by the rules of Karma.

  • In Indian culture, trees are worshipped as a matter of gratitude as no life forms can exist without trees.

  • Celebrate the birthday of Saraswati and the beginning of spring with this episode.

  • This episode brings to you the four aims of life.

  • This episode brings to you types of Inter-caste marriages

  • This episode tells abouts, Why Diwali is celebrated as the festival of lights.

  • Chhath Puja is dedicated to the worship of Surya, the Sun God. This episode brings to you this episode on the occasion of Chhath Puja.

  • This Episode brings you the facts that indicate that there were cities which were discovered underwater.

  • Konark temple is one of the famous temples of Odisha dedicated to the Sun god.

  • Hindus celebrate Janmashtami by fasting, worshipping Krishna and staying up until midnight, and offer prayers at special time when Krishna is believed to have been born.

  • With Ganesh Chaturthi right behind us, this episode brings you a brief introduction to the elephant headed god of beginnings.

  • Why do people choose to observe fasts? Is it to purify their minds or to devote themselves to God?

  • The symbol of the wheel is ubiquitous in Indian culture. Here is an episode, introduction to the idea.

  • Advaita Vedanta philosophy says that the individual mind is the cosmic mind. Those who achieve enlightenment are simply people who have woken up to realise that they are the universe.

  • In last episode, we showed you the seven worlds above the human plane. In this episode, we go below and explore the underworlds of Hindu mythology.

  • People think of heaven being the place they go to after death. But as this Epified explainer shows, the idea of heaven is a far more complex idea in Hinduism. Are these parallel universes? Is this the multiverse?

  • This Episode brings you the story of how Kumbh Mela came to be held in the four dhams.

  • The Jagannath Rath Yatra held in Puri every year is a mix of religiousity as well as cultural heritage. This episode tries to encapsulate the spirit of the black God.

  • What is the real origin of the Universe? Who is behind the creation of the Universe? Various religions have various opinions. So what is the Vedic stand on this?

  • What did human beings in ancient times do that made them more powerful than the gods? This video brings you a brief vision of what Tapasya is.

  • Hindu philosophy prescribes four stages of life. This video shows you what the four ashramas are.

  • The mother goddess has many manifestations in India. This video gives you a brief introduction.

  • This episode, gives you a brief introduction to the tradition that has carried knowledge from India's distant past to its present.

  • Every one of us has his own path to follow in this world. The individual's path, even if it makes sense to no one else, is what defines the him or her. Your Dharma is what you ought to do.

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