'Sharanam' takes viewers on a poignant journey to some of the most revered pilgrimage sites in India and highlights people's faith, experiences and connections with God along with their reasons to worship.
Speaking about her affinity for the show, Juhi Chawla said, "I was moved when I heard the concept of Sharanam. The series focuses on the lesser known folklore and common people's beliefs that keeps bringing them back to the place for divine solace. Sharanam truly drives you to surrender to the almighty."
Beginning December 12, airing every Tuesday at 8 pm, the series showcases testimonies of personal incidents that are the bedrock of the belief that fuels and nourishes people as they visit various places of worship to connect with the supreme.
With its origins in Sanskrit, Sharanam connotes 'surrendering or taking refuge in that which is the creator of all' and it is this emotion that forms the very essence of the series as it comes alive through interactions with devotees across the religious and geographic fabric of the country through extensive and never seen before visuals of some of the most frequented places such as the Somnath Temple in Gujarat, Velankanni in Tamil Nadu, Hemis Monastery in Ladakh, Kamakhya temple in Guwahati.
'Sharanam' will start on December 12. (ANI)