Aarohan

Indian TV series that aired on DD National from 1996 to 1997.

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Joshi in 2012

Pallavi Joshi

Indian actress, writer, and film producer who works primarily in Hindi films and television.

Indian actress, writer, and film producer who works primarily in Hindi films and television.

Joshi in 2012
Joshi at the 67th National Film Awards ceremony in New Delhi on 25 October 2021

Joshi's career further expanded with her venture into television, garnering praise and popular acclaim for such revered Doordarshan shows as; Talaash (1992), Aarohan (1996-1997), Alpviram (1998), Justujoo (2002-2004).

Madhavan in 2011

R. Madhavan

Indian actor, writer, director, and producer who predominantly appears in Tamil and Hindi films.

Indian actor, writer, director, and producer who predominantly appears in Tamil and Hindi films.

Madhavan in 2011
Madhavan at a film set.
Madhavan with Kangana Ranaut promoting Tanu Weds Manu in 2010.
Madhavan with Ritika Singh promoting Saala Khados in 2016.
Madhavan at the first look launch of Rocketry with Nambi Narayanan and Anant Mahadevan in 2019.
Madhavan seen with his wife, Sarita, at the Filmfare Awards ceremony in 2011
Madhavan with wife Sarita at Filmfare Award function.

He also went on to act as Lt. Shammi in Aarohan (The Ascent), as a ship's captain in Sea Hawks, as a convict in Yeh Kahan Aa Gaye Hum and worked as a television anchor in Tol Mol Ke Bol amongst other television appearances.

Shah in 2022

Shefali Shah

Indian actress of Hindi films, television and web series.

Indian actress of Hindi films, television and web series.

Shah in 2022
Shah in 2022 promoting her film Jalsa

She continued working in TV series, including and Doordarshan's Aarohan (1996-1997) and Sea Hawks (1997-1998).

Anju Mahendroo at Mushtaq Sheikh's birthday bash in 2012

Anju Mahendru

Indian actress.

Indian actress.

Anju Mahendroo at Mushtaq Sheikh's birthday bash in 2012

Aarohan (TV)

King Porus (on elephant) fighting Alexander the Great, on a "victory coin" of Alexander (minted c. 324–322 BC)

Arun Bali

Indian actor who has worked in numerous films and television series.

Indian actor who has worked in numerous films and television series.

King Porus (on elephant) fighting Alexander the Great, on a "victory coin" of Alexander (minted c. 324–322 BC)

Aarohan (The Ascent)

Tarun Dhanrajgir

Indian actor, director and producer.

Indian actor, director and producer.

And Aarohan in the lead opposite Pallavi Joshi which was eventually aired on DD National from 1996 to 1997.

List of programs broadcast by DD National

List of original television programming currently and formerly broadcast by DD National.

List of original television programming currently and formerly broadcast by DD National.

Aarohan

Sathyu in 2010

Shama Zaidi

Indian screenplay writer, costume designer, art director, theatre person, art critic, and documentary film maker.

Indian screenplay writer, costume designer, art director, theatre person, art critic, and documentary film maker.

Sathyu in 2010

Aarohan (The Ascent) 1982

REC Allahabad was converted into NIT Allahabad in 2001.

National Institutes of Technology (India)

The National Institutes of Technology (NITs) are the central government-owned-public technical institutes under the ownership of Ministry of Education, Government of India.

The National Institutes of Technology (NITs) are the central government-owned-public technical institutes under the ownership of Ministry of Education, Government of India.

REC Allahabad was converted into NIT Allahabad in 2001.
Bihar Engineering College, Patna (estd. 1886), third oldest engineering college in India, was converted to NIT Patna in 2007.
Organisational structure of the NITs
Biju Patnaik Central Library, NIT Rourkela
Central Library, NIT Surat
Incubation centre at NIT Warangal

The technical festivals are Avishkar (NIT Allahabad), Technosearch (NIT Bhopal), Tathva (NIT Calicut), Terratechnica (NIT Delhi), Gyanith (NIT Puducherry), Aarohan (NIT Durgapur), Nimbus (NIT Hamirpur), Sphinx (NIT Jaipur), TechNITi (NIT Jalandhar), Ojass (NIT Jamshedpur), Techspardha (NIT Kurukshetra), AXIS (NIT Nagpur), Corona (NIT Patna), Aavartan (NIT Raipur), Innovision (NIT Rourkela), Tecnoesis (NIT Silchar), Techvaganza (NIT Srinagar), MindBend (NIT Surat), Engineer (NIT Karnataka), Pragyan (NIT Tiruchirappalli), Technozion (NIT Warangal), Technival (NIT Goa), Morphosis (NIT Mizoram), Cognitia (NIT Meghalaya), Technovya (NIT Nagaland), Addovedi (NIT Arunachal Pradesh), AAYAM (NIT Agartala), Cliffesto (NIT Uttarakhand) and Abhiyantran (NIT Sikkim).