List of programs broadcast by DD National

This is a list of original television programming currently and formerly broadcast by DD National.

Currently broadcastEdit

Original seriesEdit

• Amarnath Yatra

RerunsEdit

• Ramayan

• Uttar Ramayan

• Shri Krishna

• Vishnu Puran

• Maa Shakti

• Jai Mata ki

AcquiredEdit

Formerly broadcastEdit

Animated seriesEdit

Hindi dubbed showsEdit

Children's/teen seriesEdit

Hindi dubbed showsEdit

Comedy seriesEdit

Hindi dubbed showsEdit

Drama seriesEdit

Hindi dubbed showsEdit

Reality/non-scripted programmingEdit

Hindi dubbed showsEdit

FilmsEdit

ReferencesEdit

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