|Created by||Rashmi Sharma|
|Based on||Santoshi Mata|
|Written by||Sharad Tripathi|
|Directed by||Rashmi Sharma|
|Creative director||Bhawna Bundela|
|Country of origin||India|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||499 (list of episodes)|
|Production locations||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
|Running time||22 Minutes|
|Production company||Rashmi Sharma Telefilms|
|Original release||30 November 2015 –|
20 October 2017
|Santoshi Maa - Sunayein Vrat Kathayein|
Santoshi Maa, lit. 'Mother Santoshi', is an Indian television mythological series, which premiered on &TV from 30 November 2015 until 20 October 2017. The series is produced by Rashmi Sharma Telefilms. Gracy Singh plays the titular role in the series, described as "an emblem of love, contentment, forgiveness, happiness and hope".
The show is a blend of mythology and drama. The story runs on three parallel tracks.
The first story is about Santoshi, a devout follower of Santoshi Maa who believes that the goddess is the ultimate cure for all miseries.
The second story depicts the story of Devloka where all the gods and goddesses of the Universe reside. The goddess Santoshi along with her alliance 'Gau Mata' try their best to help their devotees. Their attempts are often interrupted by Goddess Poulomi who is known to be the goddess of jealousy, greed, and deception.
The third track involves Santoshi's relatives who are extremely greedy by nature. They dream of becoming rich and can go to any extent to raise money and live a luxurious lifestyle. Santoshi's parents died because of the evil Goddess Poulomi. Santoshi's eldest grandmother and two children were cruel to Santoshi. When Santoshi grew up, she married a rich man.
- Gracy Singh as Santoshi Mata / Sadhvi Maa
- Ratan Rajput as Santoshi Dhairya Mishra (née Tripathi)
- Sayantani Ghosh / Debina Bonerjee as Poulomi Maa aka Trishna
- Ayaz Ahmed as Dhairya Raghavendra Mishra
- Upasana Singh as Madhu Pratap Mishra (2015–2016)
- Parikshit Sahni as Raghavendra Mishra (2015–2017)
- Kiran Janjani as Ujjwal Mishra (2015–2016)
- Ahmad Harhash as Varun Mishra he is the son of Raghavendra (2015-2017)
- Omkar Das Manikpuri as Jagannath
- Sadhana Singh as Vidya Raghavendra Mishra
- Rahul Ranaa as Nagakaimasur
- Sonia Sahni as Dadi
- Sunita Rajwar as Daksha
- K C Shankar as Sheshnath
- Harshita Shukla as Madhuri
- Vijay Badlani as Narada
- Shiju Kataria as Laxmi Mata
- Smriti Khanna as Parvati Mata
- Shahbaz Khan as Pratap Raghavendra Mishra
- Chandni Bhagwanani as Riya
- Abhishek Bajaj as Sanket
- Teejay Sidhu as Nupur Ujwal Mishra
- Piyali Munshi / Taraka Pednekar / Jheel Mehta as Saraswati Mata
- Kashvi Kothari as Child Santoshi
- Guddu Maruti as shashi kala
- Shabaaz Abdullah Badi as shashikala Nephew Rajan
- Meghan Jadhav as Shashikala Nephew chintu
- Shagun Pandey as Guddu
- Aishana Singh / Jyotsna Chandola as Bitto
- Priyamvada Kant as Sharmeeli (2016–2017)
- Kamalika Guha Thakurta as Kamini (2017)
- Harbandana Kaur as Rudrakshi Dhairya Mishra
- Kushank Arora as Ankur Pratap Mishra
- Archana Taide as Sindoori / Fake Santoshi (2016)
- Tarun Khanna as Shiva
- Soni Singh as Swarnarekha (2016)
- Aanchal Khurana as Bubbly Tiwari (2016)
- Aryan Vaid / Aarya Dharamchand Kumar as Indra (2016–2017) / (2017)
- Tasheen Shah as Poulomika (Trishna's daughter)
- Alka Kaushal / Deepshikha Nagpal as Kranti Maa (2017) / (2017)
- Nasirr Khan as Kumbhak
- Sara Khan as Anju (2016)
- Ankit Gera as Nikhil (2016)
- Arti Singh
- Aditi Dev Sharma as Gangaa from (Gangaa) (2016)
|Language||Title||Original Release||Network(s)||Last aired|
|Hindi||Santoshi Maa||30 November 2015||And TV||20 October 2017|
|Telugu||Jai Santoshi Mata||18 April 2016||Zee Telugu||18 May 2017|
|Bhojpuri||Santoshi Maa||14 May 2018||Zee Ganga||13 March 2019|
|Bengali||Mangalmoyee Santoshi Maa||16 April 2021||Zee Bangla||12 June 2022|
|Odia||Mangalmayee Santoshi Maa||8 November 2021||Zee Sarthak||17 April 2022|
- Santoshi Maa
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