Devon Ke Dev Mahadev life OK cast story

Devon Ke Dev... Mahadev is a mythological drama series based on the legends of Shiva, also known as Mahadev. Its first episode was telecasted on 18 December 2011 and is being aired on the Indian television channel Life OK.
The drama, inspired by the works of renowned mythologist Devdutt Pattanaik, has been researched by him and scripted by Utkarsh Naithani and Mihir Bhuta.The show has been dubbed in malayalam and telugu with titles Kailasnathan and Hara Hara Mahadeva, respectively.

The story first showed the emerging love of Mahadev and Sati and the process of them getting married against the will of Sati's father Daksha. And ssubsequently due to the harsh attitude of Daksha towards Shiv, Sati sacrifices herself in the sacrificial fire.
Further Sati's incarnation as Parvati is shown. After much of painstaking efforts and prayers from Parvati's side, "Shiv-Parvati Vivah" (Marriage) happens.
Right now, Jalandhar as a potential "Asur" (Demon) is shown who is actually a part of Shiv but is being moulded with evil thoughts from childhood. To kill him a weapon is being made out  of Dadhichi Rishi's Bones and for this he had to sacrifice his life.
Stay connected for further twists in the show!

Starring:

Mohit Raina (Shiv)
Sonarika Bhadoria (Parvati)
Mouni Roy (Sati)
Radha Krishna Dutt (Brahma)
Saurabh Raj Jain (Vishnu)
Ragini Dubey (Lakshmi)
Jiten Lalwani (Indra)
Rushiraj Pawar (Kartikeya / Murugan)
Asnoor Kaur / Ahsaas Channa (Ashok Sundari)
Sadhil Kapoor (Vinayak / Ganesh)

Sages
Manoj Kolhatkar (Dadhichi)
Pankaj Kalra (Brihaspati)
Romanch Mehta (Atri)
Shailesh Dattar (Narad)
Darshan Gandas (Shukracharya)
Deepraj Rana (Parshuram)

Demons
Mohit Raina (Jalandhar)
Raj Premi (Tarakasur)
Akhilendra Mishra (Mahabali)
Sanjay Swaraj (Bhasmasur)
Manish Wadhwa (Ravan)

Others
Kumar Hegde (Nandi)
Ojaswi Oberoi (Mohini)
Mugdha Shah / Shilpa Tulaskar (Mainavati)
Surendra Pal (Prajapati Daksh)
Shalini Kapoor Sagar (Prasuti)
Rishina Kandhari (Khyati)
Priyanka Panchal (Aditi)
Charu Asopa (Revati)
Surbhi Shukla (Rohini)
Manini Mishra (Vijaya)
Prabhat Bhattacharya (Aayu)
Neha Kaul (Indumati)
Neha Marda (Vrinda / Tulsi)

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