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Amrita Television
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Broadcast area Indian subcontinent, Middle East, Australia, United States, Canada and Europe
Headquarters Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India
Language(s) Malayalam
Picture format SDTV
Owner Mata Amritanandamayi Math
Launched1 April 2005;19 years ago (2005-04-01)
Streaming media Watch Live

Amrita TV is an Indian Malayalam language Free-to-air general Entertainment television channel owned by Mata Amritanandamayi Math. It was launched in 2005.


Theme song

The theme song, "Lokasamastha," was composed by Rahul Raj for Mata Amritanandamayi's 50th birthday celebrations in 2003 and later taken as the theme of Amrita TV.

Current shows

Good Morning KeralamTBA2005- PresentNews & Current Affairs
JeevadharaHosted By Shaktipriya2010-PresentHealth Show
Clap boardTBAPresentMovie review
News @ NoonTBAPresentNEWS
Gulf newsTBAPresentNews & Current Affairs
Sreshta Bharathamhosted by varada jishin 2023–presentreality show
Sandhya DeepamHosted By Romy Sreekumar2005–PresentDevotional Show
MeeraKrishnapriya,Sarath Das, Ambika Mohan 2024- presentSoap Opera
Mazhayethum Munpe Sreedhanya, Rini Raj, Rohit ved2023–presentSoap Opera
Super Ammayum MakalumHosted by Swasika 2023–PresentChat Show
Annie's kitchen 2Hosted by Annie 2024–PresentCookery show
Comedy MastersHosted by Gopika/ Alina Padikkal2020–PresentReality show
Funs Upon a Time season 4Hosted by Dayanna Hameed2021–PresentReality show
Amruthavarsham Mata Amritanandamayi 2005–PresentDevotional

Former shows


Reality shows


List of Vijay Films Malayalam dubbed:Kushi Thulatha Manamum Thullam Bagavathi Priyamaanavale Priyamudan Sachein Shahjahan Badri Minsara kanna Kannakul nilavu



Amrita TV's global footprint currently covers besides India, Asia, Middle East, America, Australia and Europe. Amrita TV is a free-to-air channel. Also accessible on internet and similar platforms.

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Orbital location66 o East

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