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Bhagwan Samaye Sansar Mein (1976)

  • Release Date11976
  • GenreReligious
  • FormatColor
  • LanguageHindi
  • Run Time118 mins
  • Length3455.51 metres
  • Number of Reels14
  • Gauge35mm
  • Censor RatingU
  • Censor Certificate Number83149
  • Certificate Date12/11/1976
  • Shooting LocationJyoti Studio, Ranjit Studio, SL Studio, Basant Studio, Asha Studio

Many centuries ago, in a village Paithan in Southern India, a great devotee of god, Eknath was born, who communicated this eternal message to the world.

One day Eknath the child embraced another child of a caste which was known as "Untouchable". This took the whole village by storm and Eknath was compelled to leave his village. Guru Janardhan Swami took him away to his Ashram where Eknath acquired all the knowledge within no time. One day a pious fire was kindled in the heart of Eknath and to get God he left for forest. One the otherside, in the village, Eknath's childhood friend Girija was waiting for her future husband...... Time passed and passed......

Eknath's meditation & worships brought him the reward & God-Lord Vishnu appeared before him & blessed him.

Girija, now the maid in waiting, was still waiting......

After the blessings of God, Eknath came to his Ashram where Guru Janrdhan Swami blessed and ordered him to marry Girija and spread the message of humanity in the world.

On the inspiration of God, Eknath wrote many holy books like ShrimadBhagwat etc. to preach the world, the HUMANITY. The Mahant of the village opposed this and called his books as unholy and perverted, but could not prove it. Eknath was challenged many a times, but everytime he won & than the most shattering challanges were thrown, which you have got to see on screen in this movie magnificent "Bhagwan Samaye Sansar Mein".