This keychain is also a soft and pocket size plush toy. It is durable and a good toy for kids or dogs too and not just a simple keychain. The t-shirt is 100 % cotton and it is washable. The t-shirt is custom printed, so sometimes it is possible to change text on that. Please contact us to see if we can change the text on the t-shirt.
For 12 oz. (and up) cans or bottlesWhite outer surface adhered to inner NeopreneTM rubber insulatorFoldable with sewn seams and slotted bottomSize: 7 3/4" Diameter x 4 5/16" high x 4" wide x 1/8"Can/bottle NOT included
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Mahabharat (1988) is one of India's most successful television series and was based on the Hindu epic, The Mahabharata - one of the most sacred religious texts of the Hindus. This made-for-TV, 94-episode Hindi series debuted on Indian terrestrial television - Doordarshan or DD-National in 1988 and ran for two successful years. The series was produced and directed by the famed duo of India's cinema world B R Chopra and Ravi Chopra, known for making grand and sweeping romantic Bollywood films. The series stars Nitish Bharadwaj and Puneet Issar, among a host of stalwart television and movie personalities. This compilation set contains nineteen discs covering the entire series and each episode ran for forty-five minutes. It is one of India's biggest televised religious drama because of its intrinsic production values and great storytelling. The epic battle scenes are will take you back to the intricacies and honour of battle in the ancient world. During its run time on Indian television, it achieved a cult status and accounts for the few occasions when the country stopped to take in the latest episodes of this great religious mythology of good versus evil. The series depicts the epic battle at Kurukshetra between the two warring but righteous factions and the morals contained therein that are standard folklore across its devout followers in India and all its followers across the world. This series has been aired in different countries, including the UK by BBC, where it had a reported audience of 5 million viewers. Mahabharat (1988) was produced by B R Chopra and directed by his son, Ravi Chopra. The compilation is available as a DVD box set in Hindi, with subtitles in English and is rated U.