Sign Up    /    Login

Dipika, Sita of 1980s TV serial RAMAYAN, is a still popular on social media

Ramayan's Sita aka Dipika Chikhlia trolled for sharing pics in school uniform: Haath me kaunsi drink  

(image) courtesy INDIA TV website Edited by: Shriya Bhasin New Delhi Updated on: May 22, 2022 14:35 IST

EXCERPTS FROM INDIA TV Web post, May 22 2022 

Ramayan’s Sita aka Dipika Chikhlia happens to be one of the most active celebrities on social media. She is now a mother of two children, happily married to a businessman.  

Taking to the photo-sharing application on Sunday (May 22), Dipika Chikhlia (who played the role of Sita in the legendary RAMAYAN TV series in Hindi language series…) posted a set of pictures with her friends in which she was seen wearing a white shirt, skirt, sneakers and a necktie.

In the 1980s, Ramayan TV series were the most popular entertainment on small screens in India and in many countries around the world. 

Many house holds watched RAMAYAN, a wholesome family entertainment. Entire families (from grand parents to grand children,) would remain home glued to the TV, when Ramayan episodes were broadcast on TV.

These TV serials were directed by Ramanand Sagar, remained the most popular TV drama series for over 1-1/2 years; they were on the small screen in most homes watching HINDI serials from January 25, 1987, to July 31, 1988. 

The TV shows returned during the course of the COVID-19 lockdown and broke many TRP records. The series featured Arun Govil as Bhagwaan Ram, Deepika Chikhalia as Mata Sita and Sunil Lahri as Lakshman, late Dara Singh as Lord Hanuman and late Arvind Trivedi in the role of Ravana.

——————————————————————————————————————–

ONE CAN VIEW ON YOUTUBE, SOME EPISODES OF RAMANAND SAGAR’S ‘RAMAYAN’ SERIES

Click link below to view some of them.

Episode RAMAYAN RAMANAND SAGAR HINDI Youtube – Bing video

————————————————————————————————————–

Share with:


0 0 votes
Article Rating

Suresh Rao

Mellowed out and enlightened septuagenarian. Tech savvy. Social writing is just a pastime to kill time. I keep contributing to several developmental projects in the area of engineering education, IT and Healthcare projects launched by my kith and kin. I am too lazy to write a book, 'cause I think my life itself is a book! I am also at www.facebook.com/sureshnrao
2 Comments
Newest
Oldest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Navneet Bakshi
Navneet Bakshi
30 days ago

What the people have found objectionable is the picture in which she can be seen holding a glass of wine. Since it is a wine glass and from her looks it doesn’t seem that she could be having coke or pepsi. She isn’t a Sita incarnate and has every right of living her life the way she chooses to, but the Indian viewers are very touchy.

Placeholder Image 90

Thewriterfriends.com is an experiment to bring the creative people together on one platform. It is a free platform for creativity. While there are hundreds, perhaps thousands of platforms that provide space for expression around the world, the feeling of being a part of fraternity is often lacking. If you have a creative urge, then this is the right place for you. You are welcome here to be one of us.

Random Posts

दुश्मन मरे ते ख़ुशी ना करिये, ओये सजना ने वी मर जाना

By Yash Chhabra | August 16, 2020

दुश्मन मरे ते ख़ुशी ना करिये, ओये सजना ने वी मर जाना इस हफ्ते ख़बरों में  सुशांत सिंह का केस ही छाया रहा। मुंबई पुलिस एवं बिहार पुलिस  की खींचतान सुप्रीम कोर्ट पहुंच चुकी है।  बिहार सरकार की इस केस में दिलचस्पी  आने वाले विधानसभा चुनावों  को लेकर हो सकती है, लेकिन मुंबई पुलिस  के…

Share with:


Read More

Fire On A Crude Oil Tanker Named- M.T. New Diamond

By Navneet Bakshi | September 6, 2020

Fire is one of the fearsome enemies of the sailors. Although the ships are equipped with full gear for fighting fire and it is kept in state of readiness, and the ship’s crew is trained to handle the fire, yet the fires on ships occur at frightening regularity. Regular drills are carried to keep the…

Share with:


Read More

Most remembered King of Mysore

By Suresh Rao | October 18, 2021

If there is one noble and benevolent king that people of old Mysore State remember all the time… it is Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV. Maharaja Krishnaraja Wadeyar IV (Nalwadi Krishnaraja Wadiyar; 4 June 1884 – 3 August 1940) was the 24th maharaja  of the erstwhile kingdom of Mysore. He remained the crowed King from 1894 (when he was hardly…

Share with:


Read More

More Chinese Apps Banned in India

By Suresh Rao | September 2, 2020

(image) People attend the PUBG Global Invitational 2018, the first official e-sports tournament for the computer game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds in Berlin, on July 26, 2018. (Representative image/REUTERS) The invitation had been given by a marketing Co for China developers in Berlin Germany. The Government of India  banned 118 Chinese mobile apps, including the popular game…

Share with:


Read More

The Shipping Trap

By Navneet Bakshi | August 16, 2020

A sailor friend has shared a beautiful video from NASDAILY, highlighting the very basic problem of ownership of blame in the Shipping Industry. The video talks of two recent incidents two bring home the point. 1st incident that it speaks of is of a Japanese Ship M.V. WAKASHIO that has run aground near Mauritius. The…

Share with:


Read More

Bringing Porbartan- Saved Word File

By Navneet Bakshi | June 24, 2020

Bringing Porbartan- navneet / 1 month ago / 15 Edit Blog Bringing Porbartan Porbartan is a Bengali word. The equivalent hindi word is “Parivartan” which means change. “Porbartan” was the slogan Mamta Banerjee raised for usurping power from the Marxists who held it for twenty-five years in West Bengal, the Indian state which has always…

Share with:


Read More

वड़वानल – 40

By Charumati Ramdas | August 13, 2020

लेखक: राजगुरू द. आगरकर अनुवाद: आ. चारुमति रामदास     रात के खाने के समय परिस्थिति का जायजा लेने  के  लिए  दास  और  यादव  फिर से वापस आये । ”Bravo, Guru! अरे  मेस  में  आज  हमेशा  जैसी  भीड़  नहीं  है ।  ड्यूटी कुक हुए  ब्रेड  के बचे टुकड़े लेकर आये हुए सैनिकों को  आग्रह  कर …

Share with:


Read More

Mobius Strip… an intriguing math puzzle!

By Suresh Rao | October 17, 2020

A RE-WRITE FROM A PUBLICATION BY Dr TREVOR ENGLISH  Mobius Strips: So Simple to Create, So Hard to Fathom (pic) Möbius strips are both simple and mystifying at the same time. Dimitri Otis/Getty Images The mathematics of otherwise simple-looking objects can be surprisingly perplexing. There’s likely no greater example of this than the Möbius strip.…

Share with:


Read More

TESLA, US EV-MAKER, WELCOME TO MAKE CARS IN INDIA

By Suresh Rao | April 26, 2022

Union Minister Nitin Gadkari says, Tesla, the US Electric Vehicles maker, is welcome to invest in India. Gadkari says it can find partners and markets in India if it can invest in India under India PM’s ‘Make in India’ initiative. Tesla uses two different types of electric motors in their cars. The AC induction motor…

Share with:


Read More

Why Russia Wants UKRAINE

By Suresh Rao | March 2, 2022

RUSSIA WANTS TO CONTROL NATURAL RESOURCES OF UKRAINE TO SPEED UP RUSSIAN ECONOMY (pic) Kyiv and Ukraine (yellow color) Map shows other EU countries that surround Ukraine. To South East of Ukraine is Black sea (shown here in blue color.)  Russia is at North East of Ukraine. Image is courtesy, www.alamy.com Russia does not want…

Share with:


Read More