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Dream Malayalam podcast
Designing Kerala Houses Outside Kerala – Ganesh Nair of Whitespace (ep#26)

Dream Malayalam podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 33:50


Have you seen houses in Bangalore that reminds you of Kerala? If yes, then it is most likely the houses designed by Ganesh Nair. Ganesh is well known in the architecture circle of India. Interior Design is pure passion for Ganesh. Listen to this inspiring Malayalam Podcast to learn how Ganesh transformed from being a corporate Executive to an accomplished Interior Designer.

Srijan Foundation Talks
Mathematical Tradition of Kerala and its Contribution to the World | A. Vinod Karuvarakundu SrijanTalks

Srijan Foundation Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 87:35


Mathematical Tradition of Kerala and its Contribution to the World | A. Vinod Karuvarakundu SrijanTalks

Srijan Foundation Talks
Appeal For Donations: Aarsha Vidya Samajam: Saving Kerala From Religious Conversions | #SangamTalks SrijanTalks

Srijan Foundation Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 51:32


Appeal For Donations: Aarsha Vidya Samajam: Saving Kerala From Religious Conversions | #SangamTalks SrijanTalks

Srijan Foundation Talks
Christian Conversions in Kerala | Vishali Shetty | Aarsha Vidya Samajam | #SangamTalks SrijanTalks

Srijan Foundation Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 13:48


Christian Conversions in Kerala | Vishali Shetty | Aarsha Vidya Samajam | #SangamTalks SrijanTalks

Daily Dose
Daily Dose Ep 1158: PFI protests in Kerala, Russia holds referendums in Ukraine

Daily Dose

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 8:27


Veronica Joseph brings you the news from Kerala, New Delhi, Supreme Court, and Ukraine. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Cyrus Says
CnB ft. Navin, Shreyas & Abbas | Terrible Accents & iPhone 14 Pro

Cyrus Says

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 63:17


Welcome to Cyrus Says CnB presented by Volvo Car India with pet care partner - Heads Up For Tails!On Cock & Bull today, we are joined by Navin, Shreyas & Abbas. Today, Cyrus has prepped up a little on-the-spot skit along with Navin, Shreyas & Abbas to rant about his society-people, who keep complaining about the rise in neighborhood dogs. In the show: The panelists do some of the most terrible accents, and they share their favorite pet moments and talk about the ‘peela house.' And the mystery remains whether today was a live show or a recorded one. Topics discussed: UAE to launch its first lunar rover in a joint mission with Japan, Kerala man flies to Dubai to become the first owner of iPhone 14 Pro in India, and West Bengal governor pushes Sunil Chhetri. Tune in for this and much more!The sustainability story for the day powered by the XC40 Recharge is about Patagonia - the jacket brand of choice for capitalist billionaires, which is now going to be owned by a Non-Profit Organization!Today's HUFT Pet Tales Story is about a dog named Eva, who protected her human against a mountain lion.Connect with Volvo Car India on:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/volvocarsin…Twitter: https://twitter.com/volvocarsinYouTube: https://youtube.com/c/VolvoCarsIndiaConnect with Heads Up For Tails on:Website: https://headsupfortails.comInstagram: https://instagram.com/headsupfortails?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HeadsUpForTails/YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/HeadsUpForTailsOfficialCheck out Cyrus Says merch:ivm.today/3PLKo1mYou can follow Navin on Instagram at @houseofnoronhaYou can follow Shreyas on Instagram at @shreyas_manoharYou can follow Abbas on Instagram at @abbasmomin88Stream the podcast on major platforms like Spotify, Apple Podcasts, & Google PodcastsDo send in AMA questions for Cyrus by tweeting them to @cyrussaysin or emailing them at whatcyrussays@gmail.comDon't forget to follow Cyrus Broacha on Instagram @cyrus_broacha (https://www.instagram.com/cyrus_broacha)In case you're late to the party and want to catch up on previous episodes of Cyrus Says you can do so at: www.ivmpodcasts.com/cyrussaysYou can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the new and improved IVM Podcasts App on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios

News and Views
Why This Kerala Woman Won't Stop Fighting For Interfaith Couples

News and Views

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 21:54


Miyaan biwi razi, but interfaith marriages in some parts of India, not so easy. Athira Sujatha from Kerala knows this too well. Athira moved the Supreme Court challenging provisions of the Special Marriage Act,1954 that mandate publishing the personal information of inter-faith couples before 30 days of their wedding. India's apex court refused to entertain her petition. On 29 August, the apex court dismissed her petition. What made her move the SC? How do interfaith couples react to the times we live in? Tune in!

Daily Dose
Daily Dose Ep 1156: SC on Niira Radia case, Russia announces partial mobilisation

Daily Dose

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 7:58


Tanishka Sodhi brings you the news from the Supreme Court, New Delhi, Kerala, Philippines, and Russia. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

PGurus
Ex R&AW officer Rajesh Pillai I ISI footprint in & around Temple I Kerala sitting on a tinder box

PGurus

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 82:35


Senior journalist and former R&AW officer Rajesh Pillai details the dangers India faces from the inimical countries of India 2. Rampant Reverse Hawala 3. Why Kerala is sitting on a tinder box #PadmanabhaSwamyTemple #Kerala #ISI #Pakistan #Infiltration #Tatwamayi #ReverseHawala #Hawala #GoldSmuggling #LoveJihad #TheKashmirFiles

The Imperfect show - Hello Vikatan
DMK-வை எதிர்த்து போராடவேண்டிய அவசியமில்லை! - Ramadoss சொல்லும் Secret!

The Imperfect show - Hello Vikatan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 18:07


* வேட்டியை மடித்துக்கட்டி கபடியாடிய H.Raja... #ViralVideo* இராமேஸ்வரத்தில் 5 மணி நேரம் சிறப்பு ஹோமம் நடத்திய ஓ.பன்னீர்செல்வம்! * DMK-விலிருந்து ராஜினாமா செய்கிறாரா சுப்புலட்சுமி ஜெகதீசன்? * பிரிட்டன் ராணி உடல் இன்று அடக்கம்!* ரூ.25 கோடி பம்பர் பரிசு வென்ற ஆட்டோ ஓட்டுநர் அனூப்... Kerala சுவாரஸ்யம்!CREDITS: Host - Se.Tha Elangovan & Cibi Chakaravarthy |  Script - Vikatan team | Podcast channel manager - Prabhu Venkat | Edit- Shreeraj | Thumbnail art - Santhosh Charles

Mission Unstoppable
She wrote 1000 SONGS IN 1000 days

Mission Unstoppable

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 39:46


Talk about being Unstoppable! The Unstoppable Frankie Picasso, host of Mission Unstoppable interviewed Swapna Abraham recently about her first book, titled ‘ She Played in the Dark' , which tells the story of how she came to write over a thousand songs in 1000 Days to become a world record holder in 4 categories. With respect to the above, the following record attempts have been certified as successful by the Golden Book of World Records that clearly understood the output and methodology associated with this challenge and were able to identify and establish a standard for what is called a song, and song production (fundamentally necessary for world record attempts). •Longest quotidian feat of composing, producing and publishing song incessantly (April 08, 2017 - January 02, 2020) •Quotidian feat of composing, producing and publishing multiple songs incessantly for 100 days (March 08, 2019 - June 15, 2019) •Most songs composed, produced and published by an individual in one day (January 01, 2020) •Longest quotidian feat of composing, producing and publishing children's song incessantly [they do not consider the children's song as a regular song, but certainly call it children's song] (April 08, 2017 - January 02, 2020 Swapna Abraham has 21 albums under belt and her music runs the gamut from gospel, country, soul and folk. In addition to singing and songwriting, Swapna is also an actor, mentor, designer, marketing and branding enthusiast, mother and grandmother. She hails from Kerala but now lives in Dubai. Swapna has been recognized for her achievements many times and received the Maestro Award – LAMP-ICONGO Karmaveer Chakra for her contribution to gospel music, in 2019, the Aspire World Award for Passion for Excellence at the 31st Global Women's Empowerment Summit, and in 2022, the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Music (Honoris Causa) by Vinayaka Mission's Research Foundation (Deemed To

Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy's Podcast
The Feminist City S2 Ep. 2: On politics of urban infrastructure, cars and decongesting Bengaluru

Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 80:56


In Episode 2 of Season 2 of the Feminist City podcast series, Sneha Visakha is in conversation with Dr. Govind Gopakumar, Associate Professor and Chair, Centre for Engineering in Society at Concordia University. In this episode, they discuss Dr. Gopakumar's work in Bengaluru on topics ranging from the politics of urban infrastructure, urban mobility policies surrounding cars, buses and car-centric urban design along with the critiques of existing solutions to decongesting Bengaluru that contribute to the very problem it is trying to solve. They also discuss the use of law in shaping the city, lack of people's participation in determining policies and plans in cities and how this particularly affects women and other vulnerable populations in the city. Dr. Govind Gopakumar is currently Associate Professor in the Centre for Engineering in Society in the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science at Concordia University. His specific interests are in the policy dynamics of urban infrastructure change, social dimensions of the sustainability of water supply, globalisation of urban infrastructure, interdisciplinarity in engineering education and social entrepreneurship for engineers. Dr. Gopakumar received his Ph.D. in Science and Technology Studies from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Prior to that he received a M.S. in Energy and Environmental Policy from the University of Delaware and completed an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Michigan Technological University. He has a B. Tech in Electrical Engineering from College of Engineering, University of Kerala, India. You can read more about him and his work here: https://govindgopakumar.net/ For background reading, we recommend perusing the literature provided below: Installing Automobility: Emerging Politics of Mobility and Streets in Indian Cities, Govind Gopakumar, MIT Press. Making a Feminist City – Planning Safety and Autonomy for Women, Sneha Visakha Indian Automobility, Govind Gopakumar, Concordia. Jaywalkers to be fined in special drive on pedestrian safety, The Hindu. Regime of Congestion: Technopolitics of Mobility and Inequality in Bengaluru, Govind Gopakumar, Science as Culture. Who will Decongest Bengaluru? Politics, Infrastructures, & Scapes. Govind Gopakumar, Mobilities. JNNURM as a Window on Urban Governance, Govind Gopakumar, Economic & Political Weekly. Bengaluru does not need a steel flyover worth hundreds of crores, voices rise against project, TNM Staff, The News Minute Free bus ride scheme for women begins in Delhi, The Economic Times Now, free bus rides for Capital's labour force, Sweta Goswami, Hindustan Times Car Country: An Environmental History (Weyerhaeuser Environmental Books Series), Christopher W. Wells, University of Washington Press. Fighting Traffic: The Dawn of the Motor Age in the American City, Peter Norton, MIT Press. Participolis, Consent and Contention in Neoliberal Urban India, Edited by Karen Coelho, Lalitha Kamath, M. Vijayabaskar, Routledge India Do Artifacts Have Politics? Langdon Winner, Daedalus, Modern Technology: Problem or Opportunity? The MIT Press Civic Groups: Bangalore Bus Prayanikara Vedike (BBPV) Bengaluru Bus Prayanikara Vedike's Bus Manifesto for BMTC Documentary: Social Life of a Bus, Govind Gopakumar & Bangalore Bus Prayanikara Vedike, Youtube. Podcast: Installing Automobility: Emerging Politics of Mobility and Streets in Indian Cities by Govind Gopakumar (Podcast), Govind Gopakumar, Sneha Annavarapu, New Books Network. Want to get in touch? Email sneha.visakha@vidhilegalpolicy.in or reach out to her on Twitter, @magicanarchist.

ITmedia NEWS
心音から心不全を分析するAI 精度は最大100% 心臓病を早期発見できるアプリを開発へ

ITmedia NEWS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 0:34


心音から心不全を分析するAI 精度は最大100% 心臓病を早期発見できるアプリを開発へ。 インドのUniversity of KeralaとスロベニアのUniversity of Nova Goricaによる研究チームが開発した「Unwrapping aortic valve dysfunction through complex network analysis: A biophysics approach」は、デジタル聴診器と機械学習モデルで心不全の原因となる大動脈弁狭窄症を発見できるサウンドイメージング技術だ。

Daily News Dose
Daily News Dose: Rahul Gandhi's Bharat Jodo Yatra enters Kerala | Sept 11, 2022

Daily News Dose

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 6:33


Hello, this is your daily dose of news from Onmanorama. Tune in to get updated about the major news stories of the day.

Lights | Camera | Azadi
#58 Decoding the Left Wing with Dr Rehna Raveendran

Lights | Camera | Azadi

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 89:18


Watch on Youtubehttps://youtu.be/iIDuugLSAPQSupport LCAhttps://lightscameraazadi.in/support-lca/https://www.patreon.com/azadiRehna Ravindran is an Assistant Professor, at the University of Delhi. She completed her Ph.D. from JNU, New Delhi. She extensively writes on issues related to caste, gender, and politics.Follow Dr Rehna Raveendranhttps://twitter.com/Rehna_JNU3:00 Welcome Dr. Rehna11:00 How the caste question never came in Kerala?16:40What is the fundamental difference between Right and Left?30:30Is the Left movement progressive on the question of Gender?51:45Key differences between southern and northern states?1:03:30The caste assertion of north vs south1:08:30Being anti Anti caste vs Anti Brahmin1:22:30Thoughts on BHIM Army

SBS Malayalam - എസ് ബി എസ് മലയാളം പോഡ്കാസ്റ്റ്
What are the health precautions to consider when travelling to Kerala - വെള്ളപ്പൊക്കവും പകർച്ചവ്യാധികളും പതിവാകുന്നു: കേരളത്തിലേക്ക് യാത

SBS Malayalam - എസ് ബി എസ് മലയാളം പോഡ്കാസ്റ്റ്

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 13:32


What are the health precautions to consider when travelling to Kerala? Adelaide based infectious diseases consultant and Senior Lecturer at Finders University, Dr Santhosh Daniel, explains. - പകർച്ചവ്യാധികളെക്കുറിച്ചുള്ള മുന്നറിയിപ്പുകൾ പതിവായി മാറിയിരിക്കുന്ന സാഹചര്യത്തിൽ കേരളത്തിലേക്ക് യാത്ര ചെയ്യുന്നവർ അറിഞ്ഞിരിക്കേണ്ട കാര്യങ്ങളാണ് എസ് ബി എസ് മലയാളം പരിശോധിക്കുന്നത്. അഡ് ലൈഡിൽ ഇൻഫെക്ഷ്യസ് ഡിസീസസ് കണ്‍സല്‍ട്ടന്റും അഡ് ലൈഡ് ഫ്ലിന്റേഴ്സ് സർവ്വകലാശാല ലക്ച്ചററുമായ ഡോ. സന്തോഷ് ഡാനിയൽ വിവരിക്കുന്നത് കേൾക്കാം മുകളിലെ പ്ലെയറിൽ നിന്ന്.

Hinduism In Ancient World Documented, Practices
Thiruvananthapuram City, Padmanabha Swamy Temple 20,000 Years Old, Study

Hinduism In Ancient World Documented, Practices

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 6:10


There are quite a few ancient temples of India which are in good shape. Some of them have been assigned dates before Christ,BC,though reluctantly despite strong evidence that they belong to much earlier times. Please check my articles on 5000 years old temples of India. The Thiruvannamalai temple,Tamil Nadu is dated 3.94 Billion years,Tirupati 2100 million years and Jwalapuram, Cuddapah,Telengana, India is 74,000 years old, There are some more ancient temples like the Pundarikaksha Temple,Thiruvellarai, near Sriranagam, Tamil Nadu. There are many more and I shall be writing about them. The Ananta Padmanabhaswamy temple at Thiruvananthapuram,Kerala is one such ancient temple where the presiding deity is Lord Vishnu in his form as the Infinite one in yoga Nidra.The temple has also been one of the richest temple in India, where billions worth of gold and ornaments have been found sealed in an underground vault and the court had appointed a committee to evaluate the riches. This temple is referred to in the Puranas and Tamil Classics of the Sangam era. What is now Kerala was a part of Tamil Chera Kingdom. Chera kings also enriched the temple and this dynasty goes back to thousands of years.However the temple and the city has been dated to around late first century BC. This is way off the mark. The Tamil epic Silappadikaram, written by Ilangao Adigal, brother of the Chera king, mentions this temple and also details the Thiruvananthapuram temple . Silappadikaram describes the city as golden city and the temple as one which was made of gold. Same descriptionis found in the Puranas. Poompuhar,Tamil Nadu where most of the action of Silappadikaram takes place has been found off the sea and it has been proved that the people of Poompuhar had extensive trade with the Greeks, among others. And now Poompuhar has been dated some 20,000 years back! As Silappadikaram speaks of Thiruvananthapuram and Anantha Padmanabhaswamy temple, these two should have existed before the events narrated in Silapadikaram. As Poompuhar is dated 20,000 years ago, it is reasonable to state that Thiruvananthapuram and Padmanabhaswamy temple date back to 20,000 years.Silappadikaram has been dated to likely belong to the beginning of Common era. The incidence of Kovalan Madhavi and Kannagi took place in the same period as the poet who wrote the Tamil Epic was the brother of the Chera King Cheran Senguttuvan. However the recent finding placed these dates to 11000 years back!So it is logical to arrive at the conclusion that the Silappadikaram Town was in existence around 11000 CE and for a rich language as Tamil to develop, from a dialect, colloquial form and then to literary ,it requires minimum 5000 Years. And Tamil quotes Ithihasas ,Ramayana and Mahabharata and the Vedas. That should place these Ithihasas earlier . Hence based on this evidence available now, Tamil should be at least 16000 years old and the Sanskrit Puranas earlier. Please read my Post Million Year Old Tamil quotes Vedas and they quote Tamil. But we are assigning Tamil Sangam at 5 BC and Rig veda at 5000 BC!The date of Poompuhar artifact was arrived at and verified by Glenn Milne Sea Level changes. The place is called Poompuhar. It lies on southeast India's Coromandel coast facing the Bay of Bengal between modern Tamil Nadu and Sri Lanka. Its immediate offshore area has been the subject of marine archaeological investigations by India's National Institute of Oceanography since the 1980's — and numerous non-controversial finds of man-made structures dated between the third century AD and the third century BC have been made in the “inter-tidal zone” close to shore at depths down to 6 feet (approximately 2 metres). These finds of structures in shallow water (some so shallow that they are exposed at low tide) have been quite widely written-up in the archaeological literature. More @ Ramanisblog --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ramanispodcast/message

Hinduism In Ancient World Documented, Practices
Mahabali Founded Bali ,Discovered Americas ,Polynesia South East Asia?

Hinduism In Ancient World Documented, Practices

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 5:22


The Vamana Avatar of Vishnu ,comparatively speaking,is less dicussed about and the temples for Vamana and Vishnu revealing himself as Trivikrama are limited. Vamana's famius temple from where He took His step to measure the world given to Him by Mahabali is in Kerala and there is a Temple for Trivikrama ,when Vishnu measured the world is in Kanchipuram,Tamil Nadu. The incident narrated about Vamana Avatar is this. King Mahabali ,Grandson of Prahlada and son of Virochana was found harassing the Dhanavas and Lord Vishnu took the Avatar as Vamana,Dwarf to discipline him. Mahabali,because of his pious nature and the boons he had received,was difficult to vanquish by any done by warfare. So,when Mahabali performed a Yagnya,Lord Vishnu,in the form of a Dwarf,Vamana took part in the Yagnya. It is mandatory to gift Brahmins,the Realized ones,at the end of the Yagnya. When Vamana,the Dwarf,asked for Three Feet of Land measured by his feet,Mahabali gave him the gift despite the warning by his Guru Sukracharya. Vamana,it is interpreted,measured the Earth with his first step,the sky with the second and as there was nothing else was available to measure for the third step,Mahabali offered his head as the third step and Vamana pushed Mahabali to Patala Loka and gran.ted him the boon to visit his people once a year. This visitation by Mahabali is celebrated as Onam Festival in Kerala every year even today. Now,Indian texts have three meanings,at least. One is the word to word textual meaning, The second the philosophical interpretation and the third, Historical/esoteric/tantric interpretation. In this incident word by word interpretation narrates the story and conveys that,however mighty one may be,if he is overwhelmed by power and resorts to unrighteous conduct he will be ruined. If he has bee pious,Divine Grace shall prevent total ruin. At the philosophical level,one who is steeped in Ahankaara ,the feeling of ‘I' and attachments to power and riches would be blessed by Divine Grace to remember his Sattivic Swabhava or nature and realize the Reality. I am providing the historical interpretation below. Kerala was a part of Tamil kingdom in Lemuria and Lemurians were referred to as the Southerners,Dravida and were reported to be in Patala,down the earth. The territories we call as south east Asia Australia were in the south. One must remember that the landmass of the earth was different then. Lemuria and MU territories encompassed these areas. Ramayana and Sumerian texts state that Lemurians lived there. Shiva,who predates Sanatana Dharma was in the south. Shiva's trishul marks are found as Nazca lines in Peru. The Incas,Mayas were the descendants of the Tamils. https://ramanan50.wordpress.com/2015/02/01/incas-of-peru-ancestors-tamils-celebrate-makara-sankaranti/ You may read more articles on these subjects by following the related articles in the link provided above. Indra and Virochana( father of Bali) are found in Bali. Vedas are called Catur Veda Sira in Bali Ancient Brahmin Village is in Bali Moving to Patala Loka by Bali means that Bali moved further south or down to the areas we now know as SouthEast Asia,Asia-Pacific. The Tolltechs,Incas,Mayas have a close link with Tamils/Keralites. Spanish has affinity to Tamil. ‘Prahlada's son was Virochana and his son was Bali (Mahabali). When Bali was performing Yagna under supervision of his guru Sukracharya, Vishnu came as Vamana(dwarf or kid) and asked for donation of ‘three pada Bhoomi.' This is wrongly interpreted as 3 foot land. Infact it is 3 quarters of Land (pada here is similar to nakshatra pada in vedic astrology, where each nakshatra is divided into 4 padas [quarters]). At that time, Bali was ruling over Asia, Europe and Africa. So he donated these 3 human inhabitated lands to Vamana and decided to leave. Vamana was satisfied with Bali and gave him a boon of https://ramanisblog.in/2016/12/26/mahabali-founded-bali-discovered-americas-polynesia-south-eas --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ramanispodcast/message

Daily News Dose
Kerala juice stall in the dock for selling milkshakes laced with ganja seeds | Sept 6, 2022

Daily News Dose

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 6:25


Hello, this is your daily dose of news from Onmanorama. Tune in to get updated about the major news stories of the day.

Daily Dose
Daily Dose Ep 1143: ED raids in liquor scam case, firing at Indo-Pak border

Daily Dose

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 8:32


Tanishka Sodhi brings you the news from New Delhi, Jammu and Kashmir, Karnataka, Kerala, and China. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

After Hours Malayalis - Malayalam Podcast
BIGGEST Regret of My Life! | 1K+ Subscribers Special Q/A Episode | Malayalam Podcast

After Hours Malayalis - Malayalam Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 44:18


Meri Kahani with Bhawana Somaaya
# 95: Meri Kahani ft. Geetha J - Filmmaker, Journalist, Writer

Meri Kahani with Bhawana Somaaya

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 25:09


Geetha J is a writer, director and producer from Kerala, India. She is known for her writings and distinctive films on women. Her critically acclaimed debut feature fiction is the mesmerizing Malayalam film RUN KALYANI (2019), a poetic and realist drama about duties, dreams and desire. This film has travelled to many international festivals and received nine awards.   On acquiring her own video camera, Geetha made her first independent film Woman with a Video Camera in 2005 from Kerala that had hardly any woman filmmaker then. She received the Göteborg International Film Festival's Film Development Fund for her first feature script A Certain Slant of Light, about three sisters growing up in 1970s to 1990s Kerala. This was also selected for NFDC's Directors' Lab. Geetha is now in development on three scripts that continue to have women as leading characters.    Between 2008 and 2018, Geetha focused on collaborations with multi-award-winning documentary filmmaker Ian McDonald on all his works most notably the internationally acclaimed Grierson-nominated feature documentary Algorithms (2012) about young blind chess players from India and FREEDOM (2017), a four-screen film installation on the radical legacy of Martin Luther King, exhibited in Newcastle, Brighton and London. Their films have screened at film festivals, galleries, academic conferences, campaign-meetings and in cinemas around the world.   Born and brought up in Kerala, Geetha is trained in classical music and dance. She started her professional life as a print journalist, later moving into television and documentaries. She now lives alternatively in Trivandrum & Chennai, India and Newcastle, UK where she lectures at Film@CultureLab. Geetha is a KV product and is fluent in English, Hindi, Tamil and Malayalam.  .  You can follow us and leave us feedback on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @eplogmedia, For partnerships/queries send you can send us an email at bonjour@eplog.media. If you like this show, please subscribe and leave us a review wherever you get your podcasts, so other people can find us. You can also find us on https://www.eplog.mediaSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Daily Dose
Daily Dose Ep 1140: Teesta Setalvad granted interim bail, INS Vikrant commissioned

Daily Dose

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 12:20


Anwiti Singh brings you the news from the Supreme Court, Kerala, Telangana, Karnataka, Myanmar, and NASA. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Malayali Podcast - Malayalam Podcast
Ponnonam Varavayi | Mahabali: Homecoming Onam 2022

The Malayali Podcast - Malayalam Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 8:30


Mahabali: Homecoming. Kerala's most revered and celebrated festival is Onam. The festival commemorates King Mahabali's annual return home and Lord Vishnu's Vaman avatar. It is celebrated with much splendour and brings in the best festive spirit among the people of Kerala. Onam 2022 is on September 08, Thursday. Join our Whatsapp Group Click here Click for Best Podcast Mic We'd love to hear your thoughts on our content! Just drop an email to themalayalipodcast@yahoo.com Instagram @themalayalipodcast Facebook @themalayalipodcast LinkedIn Krishnalal K J Top Onam Wishes 1. Let the spirit of the Onam festival guide you to the path you choose. Have a blessed Onam! 2. Onam is an excellent time for families to bond. I wish you and your family a happy Onam this year. Happy Onam! 3. May the Onam festival begin a successful life for you. Have a blessed Onam with your family! 4. This Onam, may you be blessed with the brightest and most loving happiness and love. Wishes come true! Onashamsakal! 5. I pray that Maveli thampuran blesses you on this home. Wishing you a wonderful Onam celebration with your family and friends. Please share those moments with me. I'll be here. Happy Onam. Click and join The Malayali Podcast Malayalam Podcast Community

Stories From India
167 - Kerala Folk Tales - Unlikely Friends

Stories From India

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 20:48


Two Kerala Folk Tales about unlikely friends - one about neighbors with completely opposite fortunes, and the other about a Fox and a Tortoise! Transcript and show notes Music: https://www.purple-planet.com #sfipodcast #Kerala #KeralaFolkTales #KeralaFolkTale #FolkTalesOfKerala #FolkTalesOfIndia #IndianFolkTales #Malyalam #MalyaliFolkTales #Shiva

Daily Dose
Daily Dose Ep 1135: Jharkhand crisis deepens, Justice UU Lalit sworn in as CJI

Daily Dose

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 11:27


Anwiti Singh brings you the news from Jharkhand, New Delhi, Goa, Kerala, the Supreme Court, and the United Nations. Produced by Tehreem Roshan, edited by Saif Ali Ekram.Download the Newslaundry app. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

SoulFull Veda
The Cosmic Knowledge of Ayurveda, Divination + Occult Studies with Dr.Laskmana

SoulFull Veda

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 63:54


This week I had my dear teacher from CCA, Dr.Laskmana, on the podcast today! Dr.Laksmana has his certifications as an Ayurvedic Doctor, Panchakarma Specialist and Registered Hatha Yoga Therapist. He has completed post graduate programs at Greens Ayur Hospital in Kerala, India and additional studies with, Dr. David Frawley and Yogini Shambhavi. He has studied herbalism with Author Brigitte Mars, attended numerous Ayurvedic Cooking courses and studied Sanskrit Mantra therapy with Yogi Baba Prem. He has written numerous programs and curriculum for Yoga studios, cleanses and workshops. In this episode we dive into: Intro w/Angelica: How to know if you're burnt out and how to start healing. Just a few more days left to join our 5 day challenge in learning how to grow your spiritual social media account + attract aligned clients! Join here How Dr. Laksmana first started to discover natural medicine + how alternative ways can provide a deeper sense of healing how his self healing journey ultimately led him to become an experienced teacher what parts of Ayurveda he had to let go of in order to develop a new relationship with Ayurveda the cosmic principles that are found in Ayurveda. divination + occult studies how to navigate obstacles Ayurvedically how Dr.Laksman authentically shares Ayurveda with divination + occult studies Follow Angelica @angelica_feminine_healer Fore more information on the California College of Ayurveda Follow CCA on IG @ayurvedacollege

Shadow Warrior by Rajeev Srinivasan
Ep. 79: 75 years: Have Midnight’s Children come of age?

Shadow Warrior by Rajeev Srinivasan

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 12:42


A version of this essay was published by firstpost at https://www.firstpost.com/india/75-years-have-midnights-children-come-of-age-11093221.htmlIt is a bit of a coincidence that, just around the 75th anniversary of India gaining political independence from the British, Salman Rushdie should be in the news again, because he was stabbed in Chautauqua, a literary watering-hole in upstate New York. His book Midnight’s Children was, as is well known, a sensation when it first came out some forty years ago, in 1981.The central conceit in the book is that 100,000 children born all over India on or around midnight on August 15th, 1947, are endowed with magical powers. Their lives are an allegory for India’s progress. It is a picaresque romp centered around the protagonist, Saleem Sinai, who can telepathically connect with and organize them. When I first read the book, I was impressed by the verbal pyrotechnics, and more so the clever interweaving of contemporary events into the magical realism of the ‘children’s’ lives. The great human tragedies and triumphs of Bharat, that is India, are a rich mother-lode to mine for fiction, and another example is the re-telling of the Mahabharata by Shashi Tharoor in The Great Indian Novel. But over time, the book’s impact faded for me. Even though I didn’t pay attention to it on first reading it, now I see it as significant that Saleem Sinai’s principal rivals among the children are ‘Shiva’ and ‘Parvati-the-witch’. Interesting choice of names, wouldn’t you say? A bit like Deepa Mehta’s choice of Radha and Sita for Fire, which I criticized as dog-whistle Hindu-hatred at the time in The problem with Fire.Thank you for reading Shadow Warrior. This post is public so feel free to share it.Nevertheless, Rushdie’s and the book’s charm obviously did not fade for the Anglosphere, because it fit into their world-view of India, as an exotic, barbaric country where bizarre things happen. They awarded it a Booker Prize, and later a Booker of Bookers, basically dubbing it the best book to have been written in English in decades. Rushdie rode his new-found stardom to riches and influence, and became a sort of seer on all things related not only to India, but also literature in general. And he physically moved to the Anglosphere, all the better to suit his new status as an oracle. In this he trod a well-trodden path which, for example, Amartya Sen and V S Naipaul also followed. More on that by and by.If I am not mistaken, Rushdie’s output after Midnight’s Children is hit-and-miss. His only other work that gained fame (notoriety?) was The Satanic Verses, but that was for other reasons, not literary merit. Since I haven’t read that book, I have no particular opinion on it, and the politics is anyway complicated because of Shia-Sunni issues and internal Muslim issues of blasphemy. But I am now beginning to wonder if Rushdie is also a one-horse wonder, like Arundhati Roy. I have not read her The God of Small Things, but her trajectory has been similar to Rushdie’s: one hit, instant elevation to global stardom and a bully pulpit from which to spout all sorts of radical ideas. A pliant Anglo media piled on and lionized both, regardless of actual merit. Furthermore, I am struck by the parallels with Amartya Sen, who also parlayed fame from early works into global demi-god status, marriage into the Rothschild empire, and a Nobel Prize (although technically it is only the Swedish bank’s prize for economics). His theories about the ‘Kerala model’ of development turn out to be pure bunkum, but then who’s counting? Which reminds me, I suspect the always au courant Scandinavians will now award the Nobel Prize in Literature to Rushdie as a knee-jerk reaction to the stabbing, as they awarded the Peace Prize to Barack Obama basically because, he was, well…. black. Well, bully for Rushdie!That, of course, is pure speculation. But the comparison with Naipaul is interesting. Both made Britain their home, and both commented on India in less-than-flattering terms. Naipaul’s An Area of Darkness was fierce, disappointed, and condemnatory. But the difference is that Naipaul, over time, became convinced that India was on the rise. Rushdie, so far as I can tell, does not see any future for India, nor anything worth celebrating.Maybe that’s why I like Naipaul, because he agrees with my prejudices; but objectively speaking his writing has greater insight. Here’s an excerpt from Naipaul’s India Today article on the occasion of the 50th Independence Day. I think that within every kind of disorder now in India there is a larger positive movement. But the future will be fairly chaotic. Politics will have to be at the level of the people now. People like Nehru were colonial-style politicians. They were to a large extent created and protected by the colonial order. They did not begin with the people. Politicians now have to begin with the people. They cannot be too far above the level of the people. They are very much part of the people. The Nehrus of the world have to give way now to the men of the people...It is important, in this apparent mess, for two things not to be interfered with. One is economic growth. I would like to see that encouraged in every way. It is the most important news coming out of India, more important than the politics. I would like to see education extended and extended. If this were to happen, and I feel it might, gradually, the actual level of politics will reflect both the economic life and higher level of education.Rushdie doesn’t have that sympathy, nor the realization that there is something behind the chaos. Fair enough, he is entitled to his opinion. But the point at which I personally became annoyed with Rushdie was when he proclaimed (like Macaulay before him) that there is nothing worthwhile in modern Indian-language literature. I knew this to be false because there is proof of existence: I had read O V Vijayan, Thakazhi, S K Pottekkat, Basheer, Anand, and M Mukundan in Malayalam; Ashapurna Devi and Tarasankar Banerjee in translation from Bengali; S L Bhyrappa in Kannada and a host of other world-class writers. For Rushdie to blithely denigrate them all showed both arrogance and ignorance, typical of India’s ‘liberals’. In fact, it is India’s English-language output that is inferior and derivative. With the exception of a few tour-de-force works such as Vikram Seth’s Golden Gate and Amitav Ghosh’s The Shadow Lines, there’s nothing unique or noteworthy that will stand the test of time. Even Rushdie’s magical realism, I found out, pales before Vijayan’s 1960’s The Legends of Khasak with its shape-shifting odiyans and the disembodied flying oracular head of the ancient magician Kandath Nair; not to mention Gabriel Garcia Marquez’ 1970s English publication of One Hundred Years of Solitude.Thanks for reading Shadow Warrior! Subscribe for free to receive new posts and support my work.It also turns out that Naipaul was right: 25 years later India is finally on an upward trajectory (that graphic from the FT is interesting, although it misrepresents India’s external boundaries). The colonialists are dead and buried, and ordinary men are now taking India forward. With economic growth, everything comes your way; and yes, the education system still sucks, as it’s infested with English and anti-national woke leftism (alas, also derivative and unoriginal). A Rushdie, steeped in the groupthink of Lutyens and Khan Market, has simply failed to see this, which  may mean he lacks the empathy, understanding, and feelings the greatest writers possess. The children and grandchildren of ‘midnight’s children’, however, see this.And what of the real midnight’s children? Hat tip to @NAN_DINI:  they are honoring the flag. They believe. Now personally, I am a little ambivalent about the ‘fly the flag in every house’ request by Prime Minister Modi. Of course, in my neighborhood in leftist paradise Thiruvananthapuram, hardly anybody took up his clarion call. Besides, I feel a little queasy about the American kitsch of flag-waving jingoism. In addition, flying the national flag from temples bothers me. I believe in the separation of ‘church’ and state; and I honestly think the interference of politicians in temples is an abomination. But I guess this Magnificent Generation that suffered through fifty years of kakistocratic dynasty mis-governance (see my earlier piece The Nehruvian Penalty: 50 wasted years) deserves to be applauded because they still believe. I do, too, but maybe I am an old cynic. I am not as old as them, but I remember suffering through those awful years of PL-480 and war and shortages of everything. I left, but then I returned because I, too, do believe. Giving credit where it’s due, I applaud Rushdie for coming up with the vanity of ‘midnight’s children’ and giving it a lot of airplay. But I’m afraid they, and their children and grand-children, have left Rushdie behind. They have moved on. He hasn’t, like the rest of the Anglo-Mughlai elite. Rushdie, midnight’s child himself, stayed stuck in the past while the others moved ahead. And that can become an avalanche, an irresistible force, if all goes well.1470 words, 18 Aug 2022 This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit rajeevsrinivasan.substack.com

ThePrint
ThePrintPod: Ambedkar in a savarna mundu? Why Babasaheb's clothes matter

ThePrint

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 4:46


Kerala debate on Ambedkar shows his suit is a signifier on multiple levels. Some link it to Buddhist enlightenment, others to the 1942 SC federation flag.  

通勤學英語
每日英語跟讀 Ep.K424: About India - 孟買向推特請求掌握洪水與立百病

通勤學英語

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 3:34


每日英語跟讀 Ep.K424: About India - Mumbai turns to Twitter for help mapping India's monsoon floods   When monsoon rains sweep into Mumbai each year, residents of India's financial hub find their social media feeds awash with flood memes - from Venetian gondolas plying the city's deluged streets to office workers commuting on inflatable dinghies. 當季風雨水每年橫掃孟買的同時,印度金融中心居民發現社群媒體充斥洪水梗圖:威尼斯貢多拉遊船在城市被雨水淹沒的街道上行駛、上班族利用充氣橡皮艇通勤。 This year, a research institute hopes social media can play a more practical role - asking residents to tweet details about floods in their neighbourhoods and using the data to issue geographically specific flood alerts in real-time. 今年,一個研究機構希望社群媒體能夠發揮更實際的功用──要求居民在推特上描述住家附近地區洪水的詳細情況,並利用這些資料即時發布特定地區洪水警報。 "Since we cannot monitor flooding across the city ourselves, we thought of taking the help of the community," said Subimal Ghosh, head of the Climate Studies department at the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, which is behind the initiative. 孟買印度理工學院氣候研究部門領導人蘇比墨爾.高許說,「由於我們無法單靠自己監測整座城市的洪水,於是想到可以利用群眾的協助」。該部門正是此倡議的幕後推手。 Around the world in countries including Australia and Indonesia, climate researchers are increasingly using data gathered via social media to help monitor weather events such as floods. 包含澳洲和印尼等世界各國,氣候研究學家們越來越頻繁地利用透過社群媒體上蒐集得到的資料來協助監控諸如洪水等天氣事件。   Next Article   Nipah Virus, Dangerous and Little Known, Spreads in India-危險但鮮為人知的立百病毒在印度擴散   A rare, brain-damaging virus has broken out in the state of Kerala, India, for the first time, infecting at least 18 people and killing 17 of them, according to the World Health Organization. 一種罕見、傷害腦部的病毒首度在印度喀拉拉邦爆發,感染至少18人,其中17人死亡,世界衛生組織指出。 The Nipah virus naturally resides in fruit bats across South and Southeast Asia, and can spread to humans through contact with the animals' bodily fluids. There is no vaccine and no cure. 立百病毒自然寄宿於南亞與東南亞的狐蝠,並可透過接觸該動物的體液而傳播給人類。沒有疫苗,也沒有藥物可以對治。 The virus is listed by the W.H.O. as a high priority for research. Current treatment measures are insufficient, according to Dr. Stuart Nichol, the head of the viral special pathogens branch at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 該病毒被世衛組織列入高優先研究名單。當前的治療措施不足,美國疾病管制與預防中心病毒特殊病原體部門主任尼科爾博士說。 "There's a market failure for protecting people from this," said Dr. Steve Luby, an epidemiologist at Stanford University. "It's not like treating baldness or breast cancer, where wealthy people will pay for your product. There's no big customer here, no incentive, until it escalates." 「保護人們免於該病毒感染的市場失靈」,史丹福大學流行病學家魯比博士說。「這不像治療禿頭或乳癌,有錢人會花錢買你的產品。在這裡沒有大客戶、沒有誘因,直到疫情愈演愈烈為止。」 The Nipah infection produces flulike symptoms, including fevers, body aches and vomiting, which often progress to acute respiratory syndrome and encephalitis. Some survivors show persistent neurological effects, including personality changes. 感染立百病毒會產生類似流感的症狀,包括發燒、身體疼痛與嘔吐,並常發展成急性肺炎症候群與腦炎。有些倖存者出現持續性的神經性影響,包括性格改變。Source article: https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1534206; https://news.ltn.com.tw/news/world/paper/1210313

The Art of Masculinity
Episode 303: Beginner's Mind and Empty Cup with Branden Collinsworth

The Art of Masculinity

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 59:21


On this episode, we talked about: Understanding where I come from Knowledge truly is power Infuse self-worth and love Thinking outside of the box Growth is never linear We attract who we are Finding more opportunities to grow  Being my best at delivering service to others How Nike yoga was launched Growth happens in the unfamiliar It is okay to say I need help Trusting our own self Diving into a world of service Show up and do the work You deserve the best of the best   "I'm so grateful for the pain, I'm so grateful for the challenges, I'm so grateful for the lessons because that made me feel like I deserve more things"   "Allowing time to grow us, knowing that we have to go through the labels and the layers and each one needs the other one to become what it is and what's supposed to be"   "The first thing is to know yourself and the first step to really knowing yourself is getting quiet to really hear what you need"   About Branden:  In 2002, Branden Collinsworth was broke, homeless, and a high school dropout. Destined for either prison or death, Branden instead made the decisive decision to change his life and also his heart.   After creating Real Results Fitness, an award-winning chain of high-performance gyms in Las Vegas, becoming an internationally renowned performance coach, and receiving his Master's in positive psychology from UPenn, Branden walked away from it all.   From 2016-2020, Branden lived in Peru, Bali, Thailand, and India, where he dove deep into the study of yoga, indigenous plant medicine, Osteo-Thai massage, and Muay Thai kickboxing. Inspired by his travels, Branden became fiercely passionate about humanitarian work and giving back to the places that gave him so much.  In 2016 he launched Warrior Retreats: An 16-day physical and spiritual rite of passage for leaders in Peru.   He also works as the global director for The Tropical Pathology and Infectious Disease Association, a humanitarian nonprofit based in Peru that helps minority students get into medical school.   In 2018 he was chosen by the Indian government as the US ambassador of yoga, spending ten days in Kerala, India, learning about yoga and its origins.   In 2019 Branden collaborated with Nike to launch Nike Yoga - Nike's first yoga-inspired performance apparel. He also co-created the first comprehensive yoga program on the Nike Training Club app.   In 2020 he became one of the Founding Experts for Mined. The first digital emotional platform that is rooted in amplifying emotional wellbeing and human pathos.   He currently lives on the island of Oahu, where he is finishing his first book: Embodied Love - A 30-day Journey of Self Love   You can support and follow Branden at:  https://brandencollinsworth.doyoumined.com/ @brandencollinsworth   Let's connect over on Instagram: @Johnny.Elsasser  

Business Standard Podcast
Is India seeing a revival of farmers' agitation?

Business Standard Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 5:29


Over 5,000 farmers reached New Delhi's Jantar Mantar on Monday, more than eight months after they ended their year-long stir after withdrawal of three farm laws. Wielding banners and flags and shouting slogans, the protestors broke through barricades to reach the ‘mahapanchayat' site.   Other than north India, farmers from states such as Karnataka, Maharashtra, Odisha and Kerala arrived in Delhi to protest against what they said unfulfilled promises of the government. Farmers are demanding a legal guarantee for Minimum Support Price based on the recommendations of the Swaminathan committee. The panel had suggested a minimum support price that is at least 50% more than the actual cost of farming, including the price of seeds, fertilisers, hired labour, family workers' own compensation, and land rent Monday's protests were called by a breakaway faction of the Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM), an umbrella body of farmer unions which had spearheaded the year-long agitation in Delhi. The protestors called themselves SKM-apolitical. They also sought a waiver of farm loans and demanded the withdrawal of the Electricity (Amendment) Bill, 2022, which the farmers fear will put an end to subsidies. After being introduced in the Lok Sabha on August 8th, the bill has been sent to a parliamentary standing committee for review.  Union Power Minister RK Singh has assured that the provisions of the bill do not affect farmers and that states can give any amount of subsidy, even free power, to any category of consumers.  Apart from this, the protesting farmers demanded a hike in sugarcane MSP, scrapping of the Agneepath scheme, release of jailed farmers and a speedy trial in the Lakhimpur-Kheri case, in which four farmers were allegedly run over allegedly by Union Minister Ajay Mishra's son in October last year. Devinder Sharma, Agriculture Expert, main demand is of legalising MSP for govt and private markets. Farmers feel this is required for income security. Estimates about impact on procurement cost are overstated. Even as farmers protested, the high-powered panel constituted by the government on MSP, following the repeal of the farm laws, formed four sub-groups to take up various issues in its first meeting on Monday. Three of the committee's 26 membership slots were kept aside for Samyukta Kisan Morcha, which rejected this panel and decided not to nominate its representatives. Now the question remains, will the latest protests snowball into something bigger along the lines of the opposition seen in the case of the farm laws  Sharma say, issue could snowball if govt dithers on matter of MSP. Farmer leaders are trying to build support. Making MSP a legal right is the reform agri is looking for.   The larger message here is that the trust deficit between the government and a significant section of the farmers that blew up during the farm laws protest is well and alive. Left unaddressed, not only will it have political implications but also ensure the absence of a buy-in from a large number of Indians for any major reforms that the government may attempt. 

Nuus
Tamatiekoors: Lande moet gereed wees vir nuwe virusse

Nuus

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 0:34


‘n Namibiese dokter het gereageer op ‘n nuwe virus genaamd tamatiekoors wat in Indië uitgebreek en tientalle kinders besmet het. Die infeksie is in Mei in die suidelike deelstaat Kerala opgemerk en daar word gevrees dat dit 'n nuwe variant van hand-, voet- en mondsiekte is. Kenners ondersoek ook of dit die newe-effek van 'n muskiet-oordraagbare infeksie is, maar hulle het nie 'n heeltemal nuwe patogeen uitgesluit nie. Die voormalige Namibiese gesondheidsminister, dr. Bernard Haufiku, sê aan Kosmos 94.1 Nuus as 'n land moet ons voorbereid wees op nuwe virusse sodat ons nie onkant betrap word nie.

Daily Dose
Daily Dose Ep 1128: CBI raids Sisodia, China agrees to MEA remarks

Daily Dose

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 8:43


Tanishka Sodhi brings you the news from Delhi, Bihar, Kerala and Tripura. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Boil and Steam
Episode 42: The premitive life we all want but not accustomed to

Boil and Steam

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 9:13


ഒരു പ്രാകൃത ജീവിതത്തെ കുറിച്ച് നമ്മൾ എപ്പോഴെങ്കിലും ആലോചിച്ചുണ്ടോ? നമ്മുടെ ചുറ്റും കിടക്കുന്ന ഗാഡ്‌ജെറ്റുകളില്ലാത്ത ഒരു ജീവിതത്തെക്കുറിച്ച് നാമെല്ലാവരും ഭയപ്പെടുന്നുവെന്ന് പറയാം കാരണം നാം അതിന്റെ അടിമയായിത്തീർന്നു. ഇന്ന് ഇങ്ങനെ ഒരു ജീവിതത്തെ പറ്റി ഒരു ചെറിയ സംഭാഷണം ആകാം. This series is a personal memoir of my life spent in various capacities. As a print reporter, a radio producer, a government employee, an entrepreneur, traveller, photographer and above all friend of friends and as a family man. Started as a one off episode, this turned out to be as a regular feature during Covid Time I dig out my personal diaries right from my childhood. Post Covid, the broadcast is not regular. But trust me, every incident is sautéed with some metaphor and sarcasm and satire. None of the incidents in this memoir is made up. Everything is real life incident. This series is in Malayalam though my Malayalam is not as good being a non-resident of Kerala. Any input to improve my language is welcome. You can find all the previous Episodes here: anchor.fm/boilandsteam Search Boil And Steam and subscribe from any of your favourite listening platform. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/boilandsteam/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/boilandsteam/support

News and Views
'Victory For My Community': India's First Trans Pilot Adam Harry Wins Fight to Fly

News and Views

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 25:48


(Trigger Warning: Descriptions of transphobia.) Meet Adam Harry from Kerala, India's first transgender trainee pilot, whose fight against transphobia has paved way for a more inclusive workspace. In this episode of News and Views, he speaks about why he wanted to become a pilot, and what it took to get where he is.

Desiland Masala
State Masala: Kerala

Desiland Masala

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 17:05


Indian states are normally identified by the main language spoken, but within each state there is a masala of cultures, festivals, foods, communities, and religious practices. Episode 19 of Desiland Masala continues its virtual audio tour of India's states with a focus on the southwestern state that has the highest literacy rate, longest life expectancy, and 360 miles of beaches, Kerala.

Highest Self Podcast
449: Ayurvedic Beauty Rituals, Skincare + Self-Care with Lisa Mattam

Highest Self Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 75:38 Very Popular


Self care is something we always talk about, but how often do we truly take the time to do it? in this world we live in, we're expected to be on and responding all the time. Our worth is defined by our output. And we can sometimes forget we even have a physical form. What if just the way we adorn our bodies on a daily basis becomes our most radical act of calling back our power? In this episode I sit down with Ayurvedic skincare expert + founder Lisa Mattam, who's family is from Kerala, India which is the epicenter of Ayurveda. We talk about Ayurveda, the Doshas, how to create beauty rituals, what products are best for you, and why the divine femine path to spirituality includes beauty and self care. This episode will leave you cleaning out your skincare cabinet and grabbing aligned products that beautify your body and soul. Connect with Lisa and learn more about her Ayurvedic skincare collection, Sahajan, at https://www.instagram.com/sahajanskincare/ Use code SAHARA for 20% off all Sahajan skincare products at https://www.sahajan.com/collections/all-products Try Betterhelp for 10% off at www.betterhelp.com/sahara *As a BetterHelp affiliate, we may receive compensation from BetterHelp if you purchase products or services through the links provided Intro + Outro Music: Silent Ganges by Maneesh de Moor Follow me your spiritual bestie to active your fullest expression + laugh along the way: Instagram.com/iamsahararose TikTok: @iamsahararose Facebook.com/iamsahararose + Twitter.com/iamsahararose Order My Books: www.iamsahararose.com/books By accessing this Podcast, I acknowledge that the entire contents are the property of Sahara Rose, or used by Sahara Rose with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this Podcast may save and use information contained in the Podcast only for personal or other non-commercial, educational purposes. No other use, including, without limitation, reproduction, retransmission or editing, of this Podcast may be made without the prior written permission of the Sahara Rose, which may be requested by contacting pr@iamsahararose.com. This podcast is for educational purposes only. The host claims no responsibility to any person or entity for any liability, loss, or damage caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly as a result of the use, application, or interpretation of the information presented herein.

Great Lives
Ravi Shankar, India's famous sitar player

Great Lives

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 27:51 Very Popular


Ravi Shankar was born in India in 1920 and came to prominence just as India gained independence from Britain in 1947. He was initially a dancer and then a virtuoso sitarist and composer, and became famous internationally because of his collaborations with Yehudi Menuhin and George Harrison and the Beatles. Bobby Seagull's parents came from Kerala, and while Ravi Shankar's music came from the north, Bobby still remembers hearing him play growing up. There are early clips of Ravi Shankar explaining the sitar, plus George Harrison's account of their North American tour. Joining the conversation is biographer Oliver Craske, author of Indian Sun who knew Ravi well. He counts up in the programme how many relationships Ravi may have had. The producer in Bristol is Miles Warde.

Shadow Warrior by Rajeev Srinivasan
Ep. 78: Cinema as metaphor: Enough with trashing Hindu sentiment, especially as streaming largesse fades!

Shadow Warrior by Rajeev Srinivasan

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 11:18


A version of this essay has been published by swarajyamag.com at https://swarajyamag.com/culture/cinema-as-metaphor-enough-with-trashing-hindu-sentiment-especially-as-streaming-largesse-fadesThe ongoing debate about three Hindi/Urdu films: Lal Singh Chaddha, Shamshera and RakshaBandhan is interesting. Social media is trending calls to boycott all three because they show Hindus and Hinduism in a bad light. They are not all released yet, so in some cases it is the antecedents of the principals, and their prior bad behavior, that is triggering boycott calls.This is intriguing for several reasons: one is that usually passive Hindus are standing up for their faith in peaceful dissent; two is that cinema has such deep visceral impact that they can manufacture the truth; three is that the financials don’t add up; four is that we may have passed peak Hindi/Urduwood; and five is the persistent hypocrisy of the ‘liberal’ crowd screaming about freedom of expression within weeks after they urged a boycott of The Kashmir Files and grumbled about devout Hindu Nambi Narayanan in Rocketry: The Nambi Effect. I confess I am not a regular film-goer, especially not someone who habitually watches Hindi/Urdu films, although at one time I was a fan of the New Wave of independent/realist films in Hindi, such as Bhuvan Shome, Albert Pinto, Aakrosh, Garam Hawa, Uski Roti. The last two films I saw in theaters were Tanhaji and The Kashmir Files. This is partly because I find the increasingly Urduized lingo in mainstream films simply incomprehensible. Streaming video’s subtitles do help.I used to see a lot of Malayalam films. Often New Wave, low-budget, realist (and outstanding) films, such as Piravi, Uttarayanam, Kanchana Sita, Vaastuhara, Elippathayam, Swayamvaram (but now I watch mostly mainstream films streamed on OTT). Malayalam mainstream film is where I first encountered what has now become endemic enough to outrage a lot of viewers: the casual or deliberate attack on Hindus and Hinduism. The specific film that first sensitized me was 1973’s Nirmalyam, which won national awards. The climactic scene has a velichapad, or temple oracle, spitting on the deity at the small, poor Hindu temple that he had served all his life, in despair that his life was ruined, and he falls down dead. Notably, the very fine actor was a Christian named P J Antony. (You might remember another Christian years later in Kerala who was accused of blasphemy and had his hand cut off.) What staggered me was that you would never see such a scene about any other religion in even the most ‘progressive’ Malayalam films, as it would be blasphemous, and there would be umm… consequences. But in the lexicon of leftist ‘intellectuals’, such a narrative demeaning Hindus is acceptable, and the director/writer went on to win the Jnanpith for his body of work about decadent Nair families: after all, the Akademi was dominated by people with similar views.I began to notice that Hindu swamis are inevitably portrayed as crooks, rogues or cheats in Malayalam films, whereas Christian padres are uniformly holy and kind, and Muslim mullahs always stern but with a heart of gold. That is a standard leftist narrative. Over time, the narrative has become rigid, and even in fictional retellings of real incidents where an Abrahamic hurt a Hindu, the roles are reversed, so that the villain is always a Hindu. Over time, as wealthy Christians began to fund the films, their stories began to take center stage, but the motif of Hindu-hatred continued. Now the majority of films are funded by wealthy Muslims, but the Hindu-hatred is unabated. I think this is pretty much the case in Hindi/Urdu films too now, where it is par for the course to mock Hindus, Hindu religious rituals and deities. The demonization in Malayalam is so extreme that a recent film, Meppadiyan, was attacked simply because it had a staunch and religious Hindu protagonist, and featured a Sewa Bharati-funded ambulance! This is reaching absurd levels of ‘cancel culture’, in effect denying Hindus the very right to exist. It is normalizing the idea of ethnic cleansing and genocide. The twitter handle @GemsofBollywood has documented widespread Hindu-hatred in Hindi/Urdu films, including surprising ones going way back into the 1970s. Certain script-writers specialize in mocking Hinduism; well-known actors too, including those with known sympathies to Pakistan, Turkey, Qatar etc. The evidence is overwhelming, and social media is making ordinary Hindus aware of it, whereas the mainstream media buried it. That is point number 1: Hindus, fed up with this attack, are reacting in peaceful, legal, Gandhian ways, boycotting them. It is both tactical (“I’ll put my money where my mouth is”) and strategic, because films with their visceral impact have an outsize chance of becoming ‘The Truth’. They mold and cement lasting public perceptions, which is point number 2, as with Hollywood’s creation of massive US soft power. For instance, there were several films in the works for the 2021 centenary of the Moplah riots and massacres, rapes, and forced conversion of Hindus in Malabar. Most of them planned to show the rioters as heroic figures; but a public outcry forced them to go slow. The only one that seems to be finished is sympathetic to the Hindu victims: it is From River to River (Puzha muthal puzha varey), and it is apparently planned for release. Obviously, boycotts will hurt films’ revenues, which brings up point number 3: it is not clear that things are on the level. There are hundreds of films being produced in Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Hindu and Urdu, and the vast majority of them will fail at the box office. So why are they being produced in the first place, if they incur losses? The obvious answer is that they are a front for financial hanky-panky, most likely money laundering.No, the financials simply don’t add up: something is fishy. Some films report massive collections in China. Which could mean Chinese money (or money from third countries) is being laundered for other, sinister, purposes. Similarly, some ‘house-full’ shows run to near-empty theaters, but they show pucca accounts to the tax authorities: lo, money has turned ‘white’. Thus point 4: that we may have reached ‘peak Hindi/Urduwood’. There are two good reasons to believe this. One is the success of films from outside that camp, eg. Bahubali, RRR, Pushpa, KGF, indicating that the film-going public is fed up with Hindi/Urduwood. I am personally not a fan of the excesses of RRR, preferring realism in historical times, but I understand its value as pure entertainment (and I loved the fantasy of Bahubali, a modern masterpiece set in the mythical past). Unlike RRR (which gained critical and apparent market success in the West), the Mumbai industry has not produced a single global hit… ever. That’s partly because of its dubious ideology, and partly because of lack of originality – almost everything is a second-rate parody of some Western film, as I expect Lal Singh is, although in its defense, at least it isn’t stealing intellectual property, being an authorized remake. Another reason is that, in addition to illegal hawala transactions, in recent times Hindi/Urduwood has depended on selling its output to the likes of Netflix, Amazon and Disney. They have managed to convince OTT channels that their product sells well in India, thus in effect gaming the OTT guys into paying good money for not only anti-Hindu but also anti-India trash. That gravy train is now grinding to a halt. Slowing subscriber uptake and plunging valuations have forced Netflix et al to take a hard look at what actually sells: the carte blanche to local partners will end. The Financial Times had a detailed article on this titled The Great Netflix Correction: loss of subscribers throws streaming business model into question.The growing and visible ruckus about Shamshera etc, and several recent films that bombed badly, means that Hindi/Urduwood will have a hard time monetizing deadbeat scripts that piss off the public, as the OTT folks will ask more penetrating questions about viability and return on investment. There will be more demand for the likes of the patriotic Family Man on Amazon Prime. Amazon with its billions is less troubled than Netflix and Disney, but it will surely also ask hard questions.Finally, point number 5: the hypocrisy of the ‘intellectual’ ‘liberal’ class of India. They are quick to shout down and ‘cancel’ anything that they do not like (remember the ‘ghar wapsi’ dramas?), but when the same happens in reverse, they play the victim card. Not any more, folks. The NYT and WaPo may buy your crocodile tears, but the average film-goer is on to you. You have to make money the old-fashioned way, by earning it, not by arranging a suspension of disbelief.1450 words, 6 Aug 2022 updated 11 Aug 2022.Errata: Corrected the name of the Nirmalayam actor to P J Antony. Earlier, I had mentioned it incorrectly as ‘Joseph’. See also: https://esamskriti.com/e/National-Affairs/For-The-Followers-Of-Dharma/Bollywood-colon-s-passive~aggressive-attitude-towards-Hinduism-1.aspx hat tip @KartikVhttps://www.indiafacts.org.in/culture-wars-hindus/ This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit rajeevsrinivasan.substack.com

Miss Conduct: A True Crime Podcast

In October 2019, Jolly Joseph from Koodathayi, a small town in Kerala, India, was arrested by local police for allegedly killing her husband, Roy Thomas. In time, it would be revealed that between 2002 to 2017, Jolly was allegedly responsible for the deaths of 6 members of her family. The victims included Jolly's mother-in-law Annamma Thomas (died in 2002), father-in-law Tom Thomas (2008), her husband Roy (2011), her husband's maternal uncle Mathew Manjadiyil (2014), her cousin-in-law Shaju's daughter Alphine (2014), and Shaju's former wife Sily (2016). In this time, Jolly inherited money and property from her in-laws and also went on to marry Shaju in 2017, less than a year after his wife passed away. After Roy Thomas' brother raised suspicion regarding the deaths and approached the police, a once-forgotten criminal complaint was re-visited by the Kozhikode police. This time, more charges were added, including death caused by the administering of cyanide, a poison, all in the pursuit of property and love. Jolly's involvement in all the cases gave way to a 12,000-page chargesheet, evidence list, and witness list to be submitted before a Kerala court. We are still awaiting the trial in this case, which is expected to begin momentarily. Till then Jolly languishes in jail, hoping that the evidence in the cases are not enough to put her away for life.Find out more at - https://ivmpodcasts.com/miss-conduct-blogYou can follow our hosts on Instagram.Miss Conduct: https://instagram.com/missconductpodRagavi: https://www.instagram.com/ragi.dosai/Nisha: https://www.instagram.com/just.nishful.thinking/You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app. You can check out our website at https://shows.ivmpodcasts.com/featuredDo follow IVM Podcasts on social media.We are @IVMPodcasts on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram.Follow the show across platforms:Spotify, Apple Podcasts, JioSaavan, Gaana, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music

Daily Dose
Daily Dose Ep 1115: Supreme Court on ‘freebies', Kerala rains

Daily Dose

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 9:08


Tanishka Sodhi brings you the news from Maharashtra, Kerala, Taiwan and the Supreme Court. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Fresh Encounter Radio Podcast
Changing Your Level of Command, Part-4

Fresh Encounter Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 29:16


••• Bible Study Verses: Hebrews 11:3, Genesis 1:3, Mark 4:39, Romans 11:33, Ezekiel 47:3-4, Matthew 8:26-27, II Kings 1:10, Matthew 7:29, Psalm 42.7, Psalm 125:1, Matthew 7:26-27, Luke 11:21-22, Exodus 3:2, Matthew 7:7, Hebrews 5:14, James 1:25, Timothy 2:15, John 10:27, Luke 22:42, II Corinthians 6:17, I Samuel 15:22, I Thessalonians 5:17, I Peter 1:16 . ••• “There are many beautiful things in the world around us, but pearls can only be discovered in the depths of the sea; if we wish to posses spiritual pearls we must plunge into the depths, that is, we must pray, we must sink down into the secret depths of contemplation and prayer. Then we shall perceive precious pearls”, Sadhu Sundar Singh, Indian Christian missionary, 1889-1929 † . ••• “But God has revealed them to us through His Spirit. For the Spirit searches all things, yes, the deep things of God” 1 Corinthians 2:10, NKJV . ••• What are 3-important reasons for Spiritual Depth? ••• What does it Mean to have Spiritual Depth? ••• What are the 4-Levels of Spiritual Depth? ••• What are 10-positive reasons Why You Must Increase Your Spiritual Depth? ••• What are 5-negative consequences of not increasing your Spiritual Depth? ••• What are 4-facets of How to Increase Your Spiritual Depth? ••• Why was Our Creator, Christ Jesus not afraid of dying in the storm while on the boat? ••• What happened to Pastor Otuno when a poison snake approached him while he slept? ••• What are 7-life actions of those who Increase their Spiritual Depth? ••• Are you going to ask your small group to pray that you will develop into a Christian with deep Spiritual Depth? ••• Pastor Godwin Otuno expounds on this and much more on the exciting journey of Fresh Encounters Radio Podcast originally aired on July 30, 2022 on WNQM, Nashville Quality Ministries and WWCR World Wide Christian Radio broadcast to all 7-continents on this big beautiful blue marble, earth, floating through space. Please be prayerful before studying The Word of God so that you will receive the most inspiration possible. ••• This Discipleship Teaching Podcast is brought to you by Christian Leadership International and all the beloved of God who believe in it's mission through prayer and support. Thank you . ••• Study Guides at - https://shows.acast.com/fresh-encounter-radio-podcast/episodes . ••• Exceeding Thanks to Universe Creator Christ Jesus AND photos by anonymous photographer, Sachin C Nair Photography, Trivandrum, Kerala, India and Mathew Schwartz Photography, Weston 675 New Jersey Institute of Technology Newark, NJ, umcadop@gmail.com, Ph: 973-596-6095, art direction by gil on his mac . ••• † http://christian-quotes.ochristian.com/Sadhu-Sundar-Singh-Quotes/ . ••• Broadcaster's Website - www.lifelonganointing.com/ . ••• RESOURCE - www.biblegateway.com/audio/mclean/kjv/john.1%20 . ••• RESOURCE - www.spurgeon.org/resource-library/ . ••• FERP220730 Episode #235 GOT220730 Ep235 . ••• Changing Your Level of Command Part-4 - By Increasing Your Spiritual Depth . Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/fresh-encounter-radio-podcast. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Suno India Show
Should I be worried about monkeypox?

The Suno India Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 21:42


The World Health Organisation has declared monkeypox a public health emergency of international concern. Nearly 70 countries have reported cases of Monkeypox so far. In July, India had its first known case of monkeypox in Kerala when a 35-year old man who returned from the Middle East was detected with the disease. Since then four cases have been detected, including one in Delhi from a person with no travel history abroad. Suno India's Menaka Rao speaks to Dr Giridhar Babu on this issue. He is a professor and head of Life Course epidemiology at the Indian Institute of Public Health, which is a constituent of the Public Health Foundation of India. References First case of monkeypox in India reported from Kerala - The Economic TimesDelhi reports first Monkeypox case, India's fourth | India News - Times of IndiaClinical management and infection prevention and control for monkeypox: interim rapid response guidance, 10 June 2022India's fourth monkeypox case in Delhi; patient went to Himachal, no history of foreign travelSee sunoindia.in/privacy-policy for privacy information.

Daily Dose
Daily Dose Ep 1108: Rahul Gandhi detained, minister's son denied bail

Daily Dose

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 7:58


Veronica Joseph brings you the news from New Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Kerala, and Myanmar.Produced by Tehreem Roshan, edited by Hassan Bilal. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Cyrus Says
CnB ft. Ayushi, Aakash & Antariksh | Eye Of The Storm & High On Condoms

Cyrus Says

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 79:06


On Cock & Bull today, we are joined by Ayushi Amin, Aakash Mehta & Silverie. Cyrus' rants for the latecomers continue as both of our regulars, Ayushi & Aakash, were late for the show. Instead, Cyrus gave a beautiful welcome to Sparsh, the producer of the show, and talked about his profanity, long hair, and music. The show started with Aakash noticing that our sound engineer was wearing headphones on his head & around his neck. Cyrus shows off Silverie's shoes crafted out with a sketch pen. They further talk about musical artists & albums, the changing roster of hosts on the show, Aakash's ghost story, and much more. Topics discussed by the panel were: Smriti Irani's family restaurant in Goa in the eye of a storm, Kerala proposing to do away with boys/girls only schools from next year, and West Bengal students using flavored condoms to get high. Tune in for this and much more!Check out Cyrus Says merch:ivm.today/3PLKo1mJoin the Cyrus Says fan created Discord Server: https://discord.gg/BMNJ3ftkMmYou can follow Ayushi on Instagram at @ayushia9You can follow Aakash on Instagram at @kuchbhimehtaYou can follow Antariksh on Instagram at @antarikshtDo send in AMA questions for Cyrus by tweeting them to @cyrussaysin or emailing them at whatcyrussays@gmail.comDon't forget to follow Cyrus Broacha on Instagram @cyrus_broacha (https://www.instagram.com/cyrus_broacha)In case you're late to the party and want to catch up on previous episodes of Cyrus Says you can do so at: www.ivmpodcasts.com/cyrussaysYou can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the new and improved IVM Podcasts App on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios

Fresh Encounter Radio Podcast
Changing Your Level of Command, Part-3

Fresh Encounter Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 29:12


••• Bible Study Verses: Revelation 3:14-22, Hosea 4:6, Genesis 13:14-17, II Kings 2 :9-12, Habakkuk 2:2, Revelations 1:9-11, Isaiah 6:1, Isaiah 2:1, Exodus 7:1, Luke 10:19, Jeremiah 1:11-12, Proverbs, 29.18, Isaiah 60:1,22, Hebrews 11:33, Ephesians 2:6 . ••• “For He claims all, because He is love and must bless. He cannot bless us unless He has us. When we try to keep within us an area that is our own, we try to keep an area of death. Therefore, in love, He claims all. There's no bargaining with Him."1 There are remnants of the old self within each of us that we cling to and do not want to part with—areas of sin and selfishness. Some we recognize, others we don't. Because God loves us, he brings them to our attention, one by one over time. Whenever he does, we have a decision to make: resistance or surrender. If we resist, we consign ourselves to spiritual stagnation and decline. If we surrender, he prunes it away, allowing the fruit of his Spirit to blossom more fully and bringing greater Christlikeness and intimacy with Him”, C.S. Lewis, The Weight of Glory. (New York: Touchstone., 1996), pp. 140–41 † ••• “For still the vision awaits its appointed time; it hastens to the end—it will not lie. If it seems slow, wait for it; it will surely come” Habakkuk 2:3, ESV . ••• What were 2-reasons why the Laodicean Church was Stagnant? ••• What are 4-life actions in Breaking the Cycle of Stagnancy? ••• What are a least 4-reasons we should lake advice from the Lord Christ Jesus? ••• Why was it important for Abraham to see the land? ••• What type of gold does Christ Jesus recommend buying? ••• Why does the Lord give us advice in the book of revelation? ••• Why was it important for Abraham to see the land? ••• What is the purpose of divine revelation? ••• What are 10-reasons Why Seeing Changes Level? ••• What is a primary consequence of not having a vision? ••• Are you going to ask your small group to pray that you will have a Level Changing vision? ••• Pastor Godwin Otuno expounds on this and much more on the exciting journey of Fresh Encounters Radio Podcast originally aired on July 23, 2022 on WNQM, Nashville Quality Ministries and WWCR World Wide Christian Radio broadcast to all 7-continents on this big beautiful blue marble, earth, floating through space. Please be prayerful before studying The Word of God so that you will receive the most inspiration possible . ••• This Discipleship Teaching Podcast is brought to you by Christian Leadership International and all the beloved of God who believe in it's mission through prayer and support. Thank you . ••• Study Guides at - https://shows.acast.com/fresh-encounter-radio-podcast/episodes . ••• Exceeding Thanks to Universe Creator Christ Jesus AND photos by anonymous photographer, Sachin C Nair Photography, Trivandrum, Kerala, India and Mathew Schwartz Photography, Weston 675 New Jersey Institute of Technology Newark, NJ, umcadop@gmail.com, Ph: 973-596-6095, art direction by gil on his mac . ••• † https://www.cslewisinstitute.org/resources/reflections-february-2011/ . ••• Broadcaster's Website - www.lifelonganointing.com/ . ••• RESOURCE - www.biblegateway.com/audio/mclean/kjv/john.1%20 . ••• RESOURCE - www.spurgeon.org/resource-library/ . ••• FERP220723 Episode #234 GOT220723 Ep234••• Changing Your Level of Command Part-3 - Through Clear Vision . Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/fresh-encounter-radio-podcast. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Daily Dose
Daily Dose Ep 1103: Zubair granted bail in UP FIRs, Sri Lanka appoints new president

Daily Dose

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 9:42


Tanishka Sodhi brings you the news from the Supreme Court, Kerala, Uttar Pradesh, the Parliament, and Sri Lanka. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Cyrus Says
CnB ft. Sriraam, Punit & Ayushi | Kerala's Own Internet & UK National Emergency

Cyrus Says

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 66:05


On Cock & Bull today, we are joined by Sriraam Padmanabhan, Punit Pania & Ayushi Amin. Cyrus talks about the Elvis film he watched yesterday and how he had a 100% record of remembering every song played in the movie. Sadly, no one in the theater seemed to be impressed by this. The show started with our co-host for the day, Ayushi, already giving up on the show because of Cyrus' jokes. The panel predicts whether the Cyrus Says ship will sink or float away successfully with the new format. Ayushi shared her bad auto rickshaw experiences in Chennai, and Sriraam tried to teach her the right way to approach the issue. Topics discussed by the panel were: Chennai's Napier Bridge decking up like a chessboard days ahead of the Olympiad, Kerala becoming the first state to have its own internet service, and the UK declaring a national emergency due to record-breaking-heat. Tune in for this and much more!Check out Cyrus Says merch:ivm.today/3PLKo1mJoin the Cyrus Says fan created Discord Server: https://discord.gg/BMNJ3ftkMmYou can follow Sriraam on Instagram at @sriraampYou can follow Punit on Instagram @punitpaniaYou can follow Ayushi on Instagram @ayushia9Do send in AMA questions for Cyrus by tweeting them to @cyrussaysin or emailing them at whatcyrussays@gmail.comDon't forget to follow Cyrus Broacha on Instagram @cyrus_broacha(https://www.instagram.com/cyrus_broacha)In case you're late to the party and want to catch up on previous episodes of Cyrus Says you can do so at: www.ivmpodcasts.com/cyrussaysYou can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the new and improved IVM Podcasts App on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios