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Beginning a new fortnightly column that combines storytelling with aeronautical science. In this episode, King Ravana’s son Meghnath undergoes his first flying lesson — with a paper plane!
Meghnath gets more curious about Ravana’s flying machines. He learns more about them while also teaching his father a lesson of his own...
While on a quest to grab a “fruit”, Hanuman makes friends with some invisible matter who, he learns, are not as weak as they seem...
As he travels at a super speed, way above the Earth’s atmosphere, Hanuman encounters an obstacle in his journey towards the “orange”.
Both Hanuman and Meghnath realise the importance of knowledge and determination. And another lesson in flying...
Megnath is surprised that the minutest elements have the power to create the most powerful energy.
The air molecules take the opportunity to teach Hanuman exactly what went on when he flew towards the sun.
Hanuman finds out how the Moon orbits the Earth and also makes a new friend.
Meghnath is eager to learn the secrets behind Lord Vishnu’s weapons and, as it turns out, it’s all Science again!
Aerofoil, wing, inverted fish... what does all of this have to do with flying? Hanuman finds out.
On his way to meet Guru Sukracharya, Meghnath is amazed to learn and experience new ways of flying. And there’s a surprise in store...
On their way to meet Sukracharya, Meghnath is full of questions about buoyancy, how Venus is like Earth, and more...
At Tripura, Meghnath meets Sukracharya and dives straight into learning. His first lesson: about electrolysis.
Hanuman’s day is turning out to be super exciting with tasty snacks and the rockets he is able to make at home, thanks to Nala.
Meghnath learns how sages used to communicate and meet with ethereal beings.
Sukracharya tells Meghnath about wormholes and how they were used to communicate with ethereal beings.
Hanuman learns about the Wright Brothers’ determination and perseverance in building the world’s first successful motor-operated aeroplane.
Hanuman and Nala meet a wingless warrior Sampati who teaches them the science of flying.
Jatayu’s epic flight - Sampati begins the story of how his wings caught fire.
Nala gives a curious Hanuman a lecture on magnetism, as Jatayu and Sampati listen in.
When things heat up - Sampati finally explains how his wings got burnt.
Having learnt from the Trinity, Meghnath now seeks to learn more...
Nala and Hanuman build an air-powered vehicle to help them meet someone who is smarter and stronger than Nala himself!
Hanuman hears about the curse on Nala and Nila, one that will have an impact in the future...
Meghnath is intrigued to learn about a technology that takes on another...
Nala and Hanuman learn about the centre of gravity from Nila
Nala, Nila and Hanuman try to understand the different types of forces.
Meghnath learns about the different types of weapons that add to Goddess Durga’s powers
Discussions about weapons prompts Meghnath to build his own little rocket launcher. You can too!
This vanara king learns an illusionary trick from the master of illusions.
Vali reveals the secret to wireless electricity transfer that could work against him in the future...
Sugriva learns that humans owe a lot of their scientific knowledge and inspiration for inventions to Nature.
Meghnath learns about a principle that will give him the upper hand against his opponents during war
Meghnath discovers that Sukracharya’s life could have a connection to quantum physics!
On National Science Day, Vali learns about the science behind Nature’s beautiful art.
Sukracharya draws a parallel between the churning of the ocean and the black hole phenomenon
Sukracharya continues to narrate the story of how more matter came into the universe.
Vali learns about the power of sound vibrations and the patterns they create.
Vaayu helps Hanuman tick things off his bucket list starting with a supersonic flight and view through the vortex.
Vaayu explains the relationship between the moon and the stars to Hanuman
Hanuman hears a story from Japan and sets off to explore the surface of the Moon remotely
Hanuman learns about the Indian version of the rabbit on the Moon and is introduced to Sputnik
Hanuman learns more about aerodynamics as he listens to the story of his birth
Hanuman learns why Jambhavan sleeps for almost six months of the year.