Bhakti Sinchana, as the name suggests is a religious program broadcasted on Sri Sankara TV. The primary language of the show was Kannada. The show is aired every weekend at 7:30. The show has run successfully for the past few years and completed 1500 episodes. Bhakti Sinchana has a peculiar format – it's a religious news bulletin program. It’s a Hindu religious program that puts heavy emphasis on the religious and devotional activities in the Hindu religion.
It presents them in a news format and covers a lot of religious events, important days and news if any. Hinduism has a lot of religious aspects to it, like poojas and various activities around it throughout the day. Poojas are basically a prayer and form of worship to the God. There are also a lot of events that happen in temples that mark special events like birth and deaths of important deities. Hinduism has a lot of events in its lore and history like the returning of Rama from exile which are celebrated in a special way across India. There are also a lot of events and festivals like Diwali, Holi, Janmashtami, etc.
which are celebrated worldwide and in great festive spirit. The show covers all these activities for the viewers to enjoy. Even though the primary language is Kannada, the show does not restrict itself to spiritual activities in Karnataka but covers almost all major events and celebrations in temples across India. The show has a dedicated set of staff for this exact purpose. They chronicle all the events from across major temples in India. The temples covered include the Sri Venkateshwara Temple in Tirupati, Somnath Temple, the temples in Dwarka, Badrinath, the Jagannath temple in Puri, etc. The temple in Badrinath is part of the Char Dham Yatra.
The Venkateshwara Temple is one of the largest visited and richest temples in India. People flock it to fulfill their wishes regarding wealth, family, etc. The show also has representatives in the Shree Padmanabhswamy Temple which is now the richest temple in India. Even though they all are Hindu temples, practices vary according to the region the temple is in and the show covers mostly all of them. The show is a good watch for religious and devotional people. It covers almost all of the important temples across the country and the events that happen. For people who wish but cannot travel to these faraway locations this show allows them to experience it first hand.