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List of programs broadcast by DD National

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of original television programming currently and formerly broadcast by DD National.

Currently broadcast

Original series

  • Aardhana
  • Aarogya Yog
  • Anudamini
  • Baal Krishna
  • Bin Bitiya Aangan Suna
  • Chitrahaar/ Taarane Purane
  • Galli Galli Sim Sim
  • Gauri Tera Gaon Bada Pyaraa
  • Humnawaaz
  • Jai Mata Kii
  • Kyunki Jeena Issi ka Naam hai
  • Lakhiren Kismat Kii
  • Laut ke aye mere Meet
  • Mangalsutra - Ek Maryada
  • Meri Desh Ki Beti
  • Nargis
  • Netri: Malhila Sansad aur unki Kahaniya
  • Pehchan Astitva ki Talash
  • Pinky
  • Porus
  • Pratishodh
  • Ramcharitmanas
  • Rangoli Vividh Bharti Ke Sath
  • Ready hai Rampura
  • Sanskar
  • Shama
  • Shillong Holiday Home
  • Sukanya Hamari Betiyan
  • U Turn: Zindagi ki Aor
  • Vande Mataram
  • Yog Vigyan
  • Zindagi Ek Bhanwar
  • Zindagi Kaisi Ek Paheli

Acquired series

Formerly broadcast

Animated series

Hindi dubbed shows

Children's/teen series

Hindi dubbed shows

Comedy series

Hindi dubbed shows

Drama series

Hindi dubbed shows

Reality/non-scripted programming

Hindi dubbed shows

Films

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