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ABP News to launch infotainment series 'Raktranjit'

07-July-2017
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ABP News to launch infotainment series 'Raktranjit'


ABP News is all set to launch infotainment series titled ‘Raktranjit’ - Talwar ke Dhar se Likhe Hindusthan ki Kismat from 8th July onwards.This six-part series is a build-up to its Independence Day programming.


Raktranjit is a concise and factual account of the battles that decided the destiny of India. This infotainment series in the news genre space covers a wide spectrum (of almost 300 years) from the First Battle of Panipat to the Revolt of 1857. Seven of these important battles include The Three Battles of Panipat, Battle of Haldighati, Battle of Karnal, Battle of Plassey/Buxar and the Revolt of 1857.


This series aims to be as insightful as Bharatvarash,Pradhanmantri,Ramrajya etc. which were previously done by ABP News.It will provide an interesting and incisive account of India's military history and an illuminating overview of its battles. It will not only be educative but also informative since the lessons of these battles can be applied in today's conflicts and will hold relevance even in the battlegrounds of the future.


This one-of-a-kind series will highlight the tactical concepts, weaponry and thinking of Indian armies down the ages and bring out the inherent flaws and weaknesses that were so often exploited by foreign invaders.


To experience this saga of historical battles, viewers can tune in to ABP News on Saturdays at 09:30 pm. It will be followed by a repeat.

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