Agnipareeksha Jeevan Ki – Gangaa

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Agnipareeksha Jeevan Ki — Gangaa
Genre Drama
Developed by Digant K. Vyas
Written by Rajesh Beri
Directed by Yash Chauhan
Starring See below
Opening theme "Gangaa"
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of seasons 01
No. of episodes 145
Production
Producer(s) Anurradha Prasad
Editor(s) Bhupendra Singh and Ashok Chauhan
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time approximately 24 minutes
Production company(s) BAG Films & Media Limited
Release
Original network Colors TV
Picture format 720i (SDTV)
Original release 15 February (2010-02-15) – 3 September 2010 (2010-09-03)
External links
Official website web.archive.org/web/20141006190721/http://colors.in.com/in/shows/agnipareeksha-jeevan-ki-gangaa-10.html

Agnipareeksha Jeevan Ki — Gangaa (English: Fire — Purification Test Of Life — Gangaa) is an Indian television series which premiered on Colors on 15 February 2010.[1]

Plot[edit]

The show is based on the life of a young village girl called Ganga who is considered by her neighbours to be cursed, as she has some white scars on her hand. The fact, as revealed later, is that her hand was burnt in her previous birth on the day she had got married to the head priest, Harshvardhan (called Mahantji) in Rajgarh village. Ganga's stepmother and her brother try to get her married to an evil man named Jeevan so that they can get rid of her. Shiv, who is Ganga's good friend and does not consider her cursed, wants to save her from Jeevan. Shiv takes Ganga to his village Rajgarh. During the journey they are attacked by Jeevan and his hooligans. Shiv saves Ganga and unintentionally falls in love with her. He takes Ganga to his adopted brother Harshvardhan, the head priest or mahant of Rajgarh. When Ganga meets Harshvardhan, her memories of her past life are revived. Eventually, Harshvardhan also recognizes her as his dead wife who has been reborn.

Cast[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Agnipareeksha Jeevan Ki - Gangaa on Colors". apni.TV. Retrieved 17 May 2011.