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Jagadguru Adi Shankara

Jagadguru Adi Shankara

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Directed by
J. K. Bharavi

Produced by
Nara Jaya Sri Devi

Written by
J. K. Bharavi (story/screenplay/dialogues)

Starring
Kaushik Babu
Nagarjuna Akkineni
Mohan Babu
Srihari

Narrated by
Chiranjeevi[1]

Music by
Nag Sri Vatsa

Cinematography
P.K.H. Das
S. Gopal Reddy

Edited by
Gautham Raju

Production
company

Global Peace Creators

Release date

15 August 2013 (2013-08-15)[2]

Running time

129 minutes

Country
India

Language
Telugu

Jagadguru Adi Shankara[3] is a 2013 ensemble cast Telugu biographical-devotional film produced by Nara Jaya Sri Devi on Global Peace Creators banner, directed by J. K. Bharavi. The film is based on the life of 8th century philosopher Adi Shankara. It stars Kaushik Babu in the lead role of Adi Shankaracharya, Nagarjuna Akkineni in a cameo appearance, Mohan Babu, Srihari, and Sai Kumar in other important roles, and features music composed by Nag Sri Vatsa.[4]

Contents

1 Plot
2 Cast
3 Soundtrack
4 References

Plot[edit]
Adi Shankara (Kaushik Babu) is born at Kaladi of Kerala state to a Brahmin family. Soon Adi Shankara is born Agni Deva (Tanikella Bharani) says to Rudraksha Rushi (Mohan Babu) that he has only 8 years of life. So Rudraksha Rushi gives 24 years of life to Shankara from his span, at a cycle of every 8 years whenever Shakara’s life is in trouble. After his father’s death Shankara shows his remarkable power in acquiring mastery over four Vedas at the age of eight. When he is caught by a crocodile in Purna River, he seeks the permission of his mother to become Sanyasi and then only the crocodile leaves him. Reluctantly, his mother accepts his proposal and then the crocodile disappears. In search of a guru, he leaves for North India. Then he finds his guru, Govinda Bhagavatpada (Srihari). The guru teaches him ‘Jala Stambhana’, ‘Agnisthambana’,’Vaayusthambana’ and ‘Parakaya Pravesha’ (leaving one’s own soul and entering others) etc. skills. Soon, Shankara decides to preach his Advaita Vedanta philosophy to the people who are quarreling among themselves in the name of castes and religions. Shankara teaches a lesson to one such person, Kapalikudu (Suman), who is responsible for the quarrels among the people. In another sequence, a Chandala (Nagarjuna Akkineni) proves to Shankara that all the people are equal before god. During his philosophical tour, Shankara gets a chance to debate with Mandana Misra (Sai Kumar). While Misra I
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