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To buttress the government’s efforts to keep people at home to ensure social or physical distancing, various TV channels have entered the retro-race, replaying popular serials of yore. Doordarshan is a clear winner in the race with its acclaimed armoury of all-time hits such as Ramayan, Mahabharat, Uttara Ramayan, Hanuman, Hum Log, Buniyad, Chanakya, Shaktiman, Byomkesh Bakshi and Shrimaan Shrimati.

The biggest hit is Ramayan. Its popularity can be gauged not only by its record reruns and idolisation of lead actors but also by the fact that on popular demand, the sequel Uttara Ramayan followed. Ramayana is, no doubt, about Ram and his consort, Sita. But among all its other characters, Hanuman is by far the most beloved of the people because it is easy to identify oneself with him as a staunch devotee of Ram.

In any case, Hanuman plays a pivotal role in the Ramayana. As depicted in the serial, we see him first in the role of a facilitator of a meeting between the Ram in search of Sita and a revengeful Sugriva. He assumes "higher responsibilities" only when he is reminded of his prowess by Jambvana (the bear sage). Thereafter he literally takes off, displaying intelligence and ready wit, apart from physical and supernatural abilities. His exploits, as we know them, include establishing contact with Vibhishana, meeting Sita, devastating Ashok Vatika in order to attract attention, outwitting Ravana and burning down Lanka.

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