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Climate change is a global pressing issue. In this film, viewpoints on the climate crisis are explored and we hear about how different faith communities are coming together to help combat some of the problems the world is facing.
The arti ceremony is a form of worship that happens in Hindu temples every day – also known as “an offering of light”. A young Hindu called Pranathi explains it all.
A young Hindu called Pranathi explains how all the items on a puja tray are used during worship.
Pranathi gives TrueTube a tour of The Shree Ghanapathy Mandir in South London, explaining its most important features and her beliefs as a Hindu.
Meet Abi – their autism can sometimes be challenging, but it’s also given them some gifts. Abi’s been on a mission to find the right faith for them and Hinduism speaks to their soul. Watch Abi experience their first Diwali, while they explore their condition and identity.
The Collector welcomes you to his House of Horrible Things to tell the gruesome story of the demon Mahishashura, his confrontation with the Goddess Durga, and how he came to lose his head.
How does a Hindu Priest fill his time? To find out, TrueTube followed Krishan around with a camera for a day.
Zippity-zip, let’s go on a trip! Charlie and her favourite soft toy (and best friend) Blue visit a Hindu Mandir where Geetha shows them how Hindus use their senses of sight, hearing, taste, touch and smell in worship.
Orbiting Earth at this very moment, the alien survey ship “Pantheon” is abducting people to collect data about their belief systems. Rupal is beamed into the interrogation chamber to answer questions about Hinduism.
The evil King Kans slaughters his sister’s sons when it is foretold that one of them will grow up to destroy him. But he finds that destiny is a hard thing to escape.
The Swaminarayan Mandir in Neasden welcomes TrueTube to celebrate the Hindu festival of Diwali, and to hear what it means to the Temple’s visitors.