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About the project

We are working on a web animation and comic/Motion comic series on historical and mythological (known and less known) characters who sacrificed their life in the name of humanity and in martyrdom.

Through this animation series not only we want to entertain audience by depicting very interesting stories also we will try to educate people with less known facts about their life/journey and stories.

We want to start with well known character Bheema from epic mahabharata Series name (BHEEMA and his wonder stories)

stories like how Bheema met hanumaan first time,second in row rishi mraga vs bheema and other interesting stories of him.

less known characters e.g Gora Badal, sacrificed their life to save chittorh (Rajasthan) and the queen padmavati,Bachitra singh a sikh martyr from guru GOBIND SINGH ji’s Army and so on.

About the team/skills reqired in the project

Director-Bhupendra Ahluwalia

Skills self driven:-

Animation screenplay writer,2D/3D concept artist ,background and character developer and Animator

Please raise your helping hands to make our project successful

we need to pay pre-production/Post production studios and to individual skills as required:-

2D and 3D Animators,Editors,Digital illustrators backgrounds),VFX,SFX Artists,Voice over/Mimicry Artists etc.

My Guru’s Blessings – Book Eleven

 

Easy-to-understand prayers for your little one. Each lesson is paired with beautiful art and quotes from Gurbani that connect your child with the Sikh holy book Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji. Your child will learn to live Guru ji’s teachings and walk with Waheguru ji in everything they do each day.

Bi-lingual book in English and Punjabi (Gurmukhi)

Age: 3 – 10 years

Lessons in this book:

1. Coming and Going

2. Have Mercy

3. God is Very Great

4. Enjoy It

5. Add Goodness

6. Don’t Stumble

7. A Peaceful Feeling

8. Always Waheguru’s Child

9. Sweet Words

10. Need Direction

11. Like Raindrops

Easy-to-understand prayers

Easy-to-understand prayers for your little one. Each lesson is paired with beautiful art and quotes from Gurbani that connect your child with the Sikh holy book Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji. Your child will learn to live Guru ji’s teachings and walk with Waheguru ji in everything they do each day.

Bi-lingual book in English and Punjabi (Gurmukhi)

Age: 3 – 10 years

Lessons in this book:

1. Coming and Going

2. Have Mercy

3. God is Very Great

4. Enjoy It

5. Add Goodness

6. Don’t Stumble

7. A Peaceful Feeling

8. Always Waheguru’s Child

9. Sweet Words

10. Need Direction

11. Like Raindrops

Graphic Novel Trailer

TUSHAR ENTERTAINMENT STUDIO

Satwant Kaur was just seventeen years old, when she was abducted by the Mughals and brought to Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. Shadowed by misfortune, she was sold as a slave to a Pathan household. Separated from her loved ones and tormented by strangers, she found the strength to open her heart to the suffering of others. No longer a young, helpless Sikh girl, Satwant forged new friendships and cut down those who threatened to stand in her way.

A caravan was on its way to Punjab, and it was Satwant’s only chance to return home to her family. Pursued by the evil Amir of Kabul and burdened by the pain of her mistress Fatima, Satwant faced the most dreaded moments of her life. Her faith in God and the teachings of the Sikh faith propelled her forward. However, when she met Agha Khan, a handsome young Pathan officer, the…

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Sundri – The Birth of a Warrior

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Sundri’s beauty was beyond imaginable and her innocence reflected a heart of gold. However, these very qualities soon became her biggest enemies. The day Nawab Dalham Khan laid eyes on her was the day her life changed forever. His obsession for her became his mission and he would stop at nothing till he obtained her. Deserted by her loved ones and left to fend for herself, Sundri made a choice, no woman before her had ever made.

Times were difficult and the oppression of the Mughals was at its peak. The Sikhs were being hunted down like animals. Tormented by the Nawab and torn between compassion and deception, Sundri chose to live life on her own terms. A young coy girl, barely eighteen years of age, became a fierce and dreaded warrior. Her brother Balwant stood by her as her guide and greatest support. Yet Sundri knew that her destiny…

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