Tuesday, 13 June 2017

So Long, Sister | 101 Great Indian Ghost Stories | Unique Horror Stories From India



Francis stops off for a drink at Belo's Bar on his way to his sister's grave. On the anniversary of her death, he tells a story from his childhood that has left him scarred till today.

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Nowhere else is there as wide a range of spooky stories and fables as in India. Great Indian Ghost Stories is a collection of horror stories from Kashmir to Kochi, starting in Goa. Join us as we explore India through its folklore, its living present and the spirits of its past.

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The Old Bastora Road | 101 Great Indian Ghost Stories | Unique Horror Stories From India





There are some roads you shouldn't take at night. 

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When the lights go out at Belo's Bar in Goa, the conversation obviously turns to the supernatural. Francis tells a recent story of a tourist on the Mapusa highway, who meets a mysterious stranger in the middle of nowhere on the Old Bastora Road. 

Nowhere else is there as wide a range of spooky stories and fables as in India. Great Indian Ghost Stories is a collection of horror stories from Kashmir to Kochi, starting in Goa. Join us as we explore India through its folklore, its living present and the spirits of its past.

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101 Great Indian Ghost Stories | Trailer | Unique Stories From India



Introducing Great Indian Ghost Stories. Starting off with Goa, we're bringing you spooky folklore and a unique way to explore India's mystic side.

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The Origin of All Martial Arts - Desi Sports (Ancient Indian Sports) - E...


India is home of the oldest and most dangerous martial arts in the world. Check out Episode 2 of our Desi Sports series - "The Origin of Martial Arts - Kalaripayattu" means it is the source of all marital arts and is the foundation of KUNG FU, KARATE and JUJUTSU.

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Meet Asia's Strongest Man: Manoj Chopra - Chattisgarh Giant - Exhale Sports


Meet Manoj Chopra, Asia's Strongest Man. He can break over 2500 things but uses his power for good. Watch the ‘Chattisgarh Giant’ as we take a look into his life and what pushed him to be the strongest Indian in the world.

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Sarah Aunty's Embroidery Shop: The Last Jews Of Kochi | Unique Stories From India



The touching relationship between one of the last Jewish residents of Kochi and her Muslim caretaker. Sarah Cohen's Hand Embroidery is a world famous store selling Jewish speciality items in 'Jew Town', Mattancherry in Kerala. The 95-year-old, affectionately called Sarah Aunty is one of the last remaining members of the Cochin Jews (also known as Malabar Jews) in the city. Her caretaker, Thaha Ibrahim, fondly remembers the glory days of Jew Town, when both sides of the street were home to members of the Jewish community. 

101 Traces looks at the last of anything: ethnic communities, folk craftsmen, disappearing trades, forgotten people. It sketches portraits of these unique individuals, locked in a battle they cannot win: a battle against the future. Together, they represent the dying whispers of ancient heritage and traditional individuality. As India moves towards homogenized global pop culture, 101 Traces honors the people, the objects, and the skills that connect us to our ancient identity.

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The Lone Caretaker Of Kochi's Centuries Old Jewish Synagogue | Unique Stories From India



The caretaker of a 450-year-old Synagogue worries about the future of the Jewish community in Kochi. Joseph Elias Josephai (affectionately known as Babu), is one of the few members of the Jewish community in Kochi who still remain in the city. After the formation of the state of Israel in 1948, a large number of Cochin Jews (also called Malabar Jews) migrated back to the holy land. As a result, there are now as few as 27 Jews left in the city of Kochi. With no one to care for the Kadavumbhagom Synagogue, Babu has taken it upon himself to manage the security and upkeep of the Synagogue. Lamenting the future of the Jewish community in the city, Babu is looking to international Jewish trusts to help ensure that the Synagogue is maintained after his death.

101 Traces looks at the last of anything: ethnic communities, folk craftsmen, disappearing trades, forgotten people. It sketches portraits of these unique individuals, locked in a battle they cannot win: a battle against the future. Together, they represent the dying whispers of ancient heritage and traditional individuality. As India moves towards homogenised global pop culture, 101 Traces honours the people, the objects, and the skills that connect us to our ancient identity.

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