As one of the world’s oldest civilizations, India has a long way to go before it becomes a major force in the future.
Our civilization dates back more than 5,000 years, but we are still a young nation.
Many Indian elements and personalities can be found in films and television series from other countries. ‘Battlestar Galactica’s’ theme music is an own interpretation of ‘Gayatri Mantra.’ Indian-language lines and phrases are used in various situations in popular science fiction shows like “The Expanse” and “Altered Carbon.”
Two of the highest-grossing Indian movies ever are “Baahubali”1 and “Baahubali 2.” A large part of its success can be attributed to the story’s bright and cutting structure, which draws on the Indian epics “Mahabharata” and “Ramayana” for inspiration.
Sivagami in Baahubali is based on Lord Rama’s stepmother, kaikeyi, from the Ramayana.
Anime from Japan is hugely popular with the general public. Many of these shows have their roots in India, as you may be surprised to discover.
In honor of Indian culture and mythology, we’ve compiled a list of some of the most fascinating anime characters from Japan.
1. Gadevi (Arslan Senki)
Despite being part of Pakistan, Gadeviis from the Kingdom of Shindhura is also part of ancient India. The throne of Sindhura kingdom is contested by him and his brother Rajendra. This fight has a lot in common with throne wars throughout history.
2. Rajendra (Arslan Senki)’
As a half-brother to Gadevi and a temporary ally to Arslan, Rajendra has the ability to be crafty, vicious, and ruthless. Lelouch from Code Geass is a distant relative. His brother Gadevi is killed in order to take the kingdom from Rajendra. It’s the same sibling who he promised wouldn’t murder his father.
3. Mahendra (Arslan Senki)
The movie portrays him as the King’s Prime Minister, Gadevi’s advisor, and stepfather to Jaswant. He’s a loyal and devoted monarch, but he also has a duty to Gadevi. Gadevi’s actions were wrong, despite the fact that she was aware of this.
4. Jaswant (Arslan Senki)
Mahendra’s son Jaswant is devoted to his father and the Shindhura Kingdom.
He works with dignity and high morals for his empire. He stood up for justice, morality, and ideals without hesitation.
5. Silat (Berserk)
An Indian Rajput warrior, Silat is a fictional character. In terms of power and significance, he’s in the running with even Guts for the title (the main character). Area, chakram, and clear are examples of weapons in Silat’s arsenal that are based on Rajput weaponry. Traditional Indian weapons of war are all of these. Because of its roots in Indian Martial Arts, Silat’s fighting style is also known as Kalaripayattu.
6. Ramdas (Little Princess Sarah)
Little Princess Sarah has a servant named Ramdas, who works for Mr. Carrisford in the anime series Princess Mononoke. Sarah Crewe appreciates his thoughtfulness and kindness. Little Princess Sarah is set in British India, where the most of the action takes place.
7. Jerry (D-Gray Man)
From D-Gray Man, Jerry is an Indian character
Muay Thai is a fighting style he learns while working as a chef in the anime. From the perspective of his dojo-owning father. In the Anime, he is a minor character. In D. grey-man, Jerry is his nickname.
8. Urmina (D.Gray Man)
As the general cross’s second-in-command, Urmina, is a widow from India’s Maharajah family.
9. Narain (D.Gray Man)
The time Allen Walker spent in India was spent with Narain, who became a close friend of his. He eventually transforms into an Akuma (demon) and is killed by Allen Walker.
10. Amitabh Kapoor (Darker than Black)
Amitabh Kapoor is a contractor with the ability to take care of human beings’ bodies. A Caucasian man who served as his assistant has taken his place in his body since he has lost his personality.
11. Sharna Alamgir (Hayate the Combat Butler)
Sharna Alamgiris an international student from India who has been transferred to the university. She is shown in the movie to be a friend ofFumi Hibino.
12. Meena (Dinosaur King)
Her name is Meena, an Indian princess and a member of the D-team.
13. Aishwarya Rai (Digimon)
Aishwarya Rai was one of the pioneers in the development of Digimon, an artificial life form. She’s also a key character in the Digimon series.
14. Éclair (Fairy Tail)
Eclair’s Sari and bangles bear an Indian appearance, despite the fact that she is not an Indian figure by skin tone.
15. Janet (Black Lagoon)
Anime character Janet is an Indian money launderer depicted in the gloomy Black Lagoon series.