Malgudi Days is an Indian television series based on the works of R.K. Narayan. Carnatic musician L. Vaidyanathan composed the score; Narayan's brother, R. K. Laxman was the sketch artist. Malgudi Days remains one of the most loved, nostalgic television series of all times. Thirty-nine episodes of "Malgudi Days" were telecast on Doordarshan . Subsequently, it was re-telecast on Doordarshan and later on Sony Entertainment Television, and Maa Television in Telugu. The series involves various stories of R K Narayan and most of them are one episode long. The stories are from the books "A Horse and Two Goats", "Malgudi Days", "Swami and Friends" and "Vendor Of Sweets". The most endearing character in Malgudi Days is ofcourse 10-year old Swami who portrays the growing pangs of a boy who despises school, as he makes excuses and roams around Malgudi with his friends.

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India > Karnataka > Shimoga > Agumbe
Malgudi is a fictitious small town, typical of any small town or village, habituated by timeless characters who could be living anywhere in the world. Malgudi town was shot entirel ...
Swami's house, the old heritage house built of solid wooden pillars in the typical Karnataka style, is actually Doddamane, heritage-mansion-turned-tourist bungalow in Agumbe.

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India > Karnataka > Shimoga > Agumbe
Swami's life changes when Rajam, the son of the Police Chief Superintendent enters his school. He becomes one of Swami's best friends. The movie is shot near Agumbe in Karnataka, I ...