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Animation Ke Superstars Vol:1 (Bal Ganesh-1 / Ghatothkatch (Hindi) / Dashavtar / Sindbad)

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General Details
Release Year: 2008
Print: Color
Censor Board Rating :
Product ID:3311
EAN Code:8904036845487
Runtime :NA
Synopsis (Story)

Bal Ganesh
The Elephant God who is prayed to, revered and loved by all of us� who even as a child, took on all the Gods single handedly� who had the intelligence and strength of an elephant... rose to the ranks of a �God� ...was naughty and a prankster like all of us... Innocent, yet the coolest... He is BAL GANESH! The movie relives Baby Ganesh�s antics from his childhood. Spiced with foot tapping music, delicious modaks and naughty Mooshak, this 3D animation film is a visual treat for all ages.

"Bal Ganesha absolutely recommended for the entire family: "Jeeturaj " Radio Mirchi"
�The elephant God is adorable & sweet & along with the mooshak they form a really good team: "Praveen Fernandes" Indiatimes"
�An interesting celluloid experience enlightens viewers about early years of Lord Ganesh: " Taran Adarsh"INDIA FM.COM"
"Bal Ganesh is a good effort,and worth a watch: "REDIFF.COM"
"Bal Ganesh: a flick for kids: "MSN.COM"
"Bal Ganesh is a decent effort and is sure to be a hit with children: "AOL.COM"
Ghatothkach - Master Of Magic
Ghatothkach, lovingly called 'Ghattu' is the prince of the forest and is blessed with extra-ordinary powers. He has loads of fun with his magical powers, but also uses them to protect everyone around him. As a five year old, he rescues 'Gajju' - a baby elephant which leads to a lifelong friendship.

The film is the journey of a prince and his elephant friend - full of magic, fun and adventure. When challenged by evil forces that are out to destroy him and to stop him from fulfilling his destiny, Ghattu and Gajju form an invincible team to fight them. Together, they unite two soul mates – against all odds, in their own unique funny way.

The concept of Dashavatar (Ten Avatars) has tremendous significance even in today’s jet age. Evil has been present at all stages in the evolution of mankind and the Dashavatar in a way brings out this evolution through the triumph of good over evil.
The most famous of the divine incarnations of Lord Vishnu are Rama, whose life is depicted in the Ramayana, and Krishna, whose life is depicted in the Mahabharata and the Bhagavad Gita.
The four great era or epochs in Hinduism are: Satya Yug, Treta Yug, Dwapar Yug and Kali Yug. Satya Yug or the Age of Truth is said to last for four thousand divine years, Treta Yug for three thousand, Dwapara Yug for two thousand and Kali Yug will last for one thousand divine years. It is also believed that three of these great ages have already passed, and we are now living in the fourth one. The four ages are said to symbolize the four phases of human evolution during which man gradually lost the awareness of his inner self. Another theory explains these epochs of time on the basis of the degree of loss of righteousness in the world. It says, during Satya Yug only truth prevailed (Sanskrit Satya = truth), Treta lost ¼ truth, Dwapar lost ½ truth and Kali is left with only ¼ truth. Evil and dishonesty has replaced truth in the last three ages or yugs.