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On Trailblazers, we dive deep into the journeys of trailblazing South Asians. To date, Simi Shah, our founder and host, has welcomed ClassPass Founder Payal Kadakia, Coinbase Chief Legal Officer Paul Grewal, 49ers President Paraag Marathe, and other world-renowned South Asian trailblazers. Learn more at southasiantrailblazers.com.
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A solid hour of Urdu, Hindi and Punjabi music, contemporary and classic tracks, blended to give listeners with and without South Asian languages for a mother tongue a compelling listening experience. Local news and a relevant, local events calendar rounds out the program.
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This multi-award-winning South Asian feminist podcast is all about cultural taboos. Everything from sex, sexuality, periods, menopause, porn, mental health, shame, sexual harassment & more. Considered the biggest South Asian feminist podcast representing the voices & views of South Asian women, exploring intersectional feminism from a South Asian lens, Masala Podcast features some of the world's most inspiring South Asian women. Masala Podcast is the winner of multiple British Podcast Awards ...
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----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The podcast is inspired by the many Men’s groups I have attended, especially the 'MenSpeak Men’s Groups'. This podcast was created to build an open space for South Asian Men to open up and connect with each other and discuss topics, thoughts, and emotions with no judgment. Furthermore, the podcast is a space for men to be heard and seen, open men’s minds, and open a healthy conversatio ...
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The South Asian Mind Podcast is meant to be a safe space for ALL South Asian women through open discussions and culturally appropriate talks that will nurture their mental health. The podcast will include conversations with experienced therapists and psychologists who have a deep understanding of the South Asian culture. Through these conversations we will provide tips and general advice related to relationships, family and individual identity to people who identify as South Asian women.
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Four podcast episodes focusing on ideas around archiving practices used by South Asians to collect, preserve and reconstruct family and community histories. Join host Alisha Sawhney on a journalistic inquiry into the South Asian diaspora, featuring interviews and stories from a range of brown female voices.
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In this series students invite the public along with them on an inquiry to introduce and contest the frameworks of major themes in South Asian and African(a) philosophies which for all their depth and breadth and world-transforming thought have largely been excluded or undervalued in our philosophy curricula. Join us for insights into different conceptions of reality and ways of thinking about community - to map how theories of language and logic affect our daily experience and ethical choic ...
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Join us on a journey of empowerment! Here we discuss topics not often talked about due to fear of judgement and shame. Listen to South Asians share their powerful stories of overcoming challenges, rising above societal stigma and building resilience. Gain insights into mindset shifts and discover practical tips to navigate through difficult times. It's time we stop suffering in silence, this podcast hopes to encourage more openness and vulnerability within the South Asian community. Hosted b ...
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Knut A. Jacobsen's edited volume The Oxford History of Hinduism: Hindu Diaspora (Oxford UP, 2023) presents the histories and religious traditions of Hindus with a South Asian ancestral background living outside of South Asia. Hinduism is a global religion with a significant presence in many countries throughout the world. The most important cause o…
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#southasianmenpodcast #mensgroups #podcast Episode 8 Learn Dance with Adhish- 1st- Instagram- adhish015_bfab https://www.instagram.com/adhish015_bfab/?next=%2Fjafresy%2Ffeed%2F&hl=af 2nd- Instagram- uyaramdancetraining https://www.instagram.com/uyaramdancetraining/?next=%2Fjafresy%2Ffeed%2F&hl=af The podcast is inspired by the many Men’s groups I h…
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Tracks: Song One Miss Pooja Waheguru Waheguru Keh Song Two Gippy Grewal Mere Sahib Song Three Miss Pooja. Fishcut Song Four Mohd. Rafi & Asha Bhosle. Das Mereya Dilbara Song Five Gippy Grewal Jaan Song Six "Yasser Desai and Rashid Khan " Tu Shifa Meri Song Seven Asha Bhosle Parde Mein Rehne Do Song Eight Deep Jandu I Don't Remember Song Nine ALKA Y…
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For our Season 7 Finale, we catch up with Amol Shah from OpenAI, one of the world's leading artificial intelligence companies and the creator of ChatGPT. Amol's career spans roles at tech giants like Facebook and TikTok, and more recently, he served as the Chief Revenue Officer for blockchain startup QuickNode. Before his foray into the tech c-suit…
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Never Have I Ever & Fargo star Richa Moorjani is talking with me, Sangeeta Pillai, host of Masala Podcast! I'm thrilled to share my conversation with the exceptionally talented Richa Moorjani. We talk about challenging beauty standards, about the importance of representation, about our dual identities as South Asian women living in the West – and s…
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Can a song trigger a murder? Can a poem spark a riot? Can a book divide a people? Away from the gaze of mainstream urban media, across India's dusty, sleepy towns, a brand of popular culture is quietly seizing the imagination of millions, on the internet and off it. From catchy songs with acerbic lyrics to poetry recited in kavi sammelans to social…
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1980s Bombay was a time when a wave of low-budget, gory horror films made by independent film producers such as the Ramsay Brothers swept the B-movie market. Kartik Nair's book Seeing Things: Spectral Materialities of Bombay Horror (U California Press, 2024) is about the sudden cuts, botched makeup effects, continuity errors, and celluloid damage f…
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Tracks: Song One Diljit Dosanjh Satnam Waheguru Song Two Gippy Grewal & Sunidhi Chauhan Mere Sahib Song Three Miss Pooja, Gurvinder Brar Thandi Thandi Chaldi Hawa Song Four Bal E Lasara Rang Song Five Miss Pooja: Juraban Song Six "Yasser Desai and Rashid Khan " Tu Shifa Meri Song Seven Atif Aslam Tu Jaane Na Song Eight Kiran Ahluwalia with Tinariwe…
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India imposes stringent criminal penalties, including life imprisonment in some states, for cow slaughter, based on a Hindu ethic of revering the cow as sacred. And yet India is among the world's leading producers of beef, leather, and milk, industries sustained by the mass slaughter of bovines. What is behind this seeming contradiction? What do bo…
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This episode is dedicated to introducing the South Asian Studies Association (SASA) and their annual academic conference being co-hosted by the Asian Contemplative and Transcultural Studies Concentration (ACTS) being held at the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) on March 1st-3rd, 2024. We are joined by Chris Chapple, the president of …
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Jeffery D. Long's Indian Philosophy: An Introduction (Bloomsbury, 2023) helps readers discover how the many and varied schools of Indian thought can answer some of the great questions of life: Who are we? How can we live well? How do we tell truth from lies? Accessibly written for readers new to Indian philosophy, the book takes you through the mai…
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Until Jessica Hinchy’s latest book, Governing Gender and Sexuality in Colonial India: The Hijra, c.1850-1900 (Cambridge University Press, 2019), there was no single monograph dedicated to the history of the Hijra community. Perhaps this silence can bear the loudest testament of the marginalization this gender non-confirming community was subjected …
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Tracks: Song One Lakh Khushian Paatshahiyan Je Satguru Nadar Kare Hardeep Singh Song Two Ammy Virk | Mannat Noor GULABI PAANI Song Three Deep Jandu Bombay To Punjab Song Four Amrinder Gill | Sunidhi Chauhan Gutt Ch Lahore Song Five Kishore Kumar Pyar Deewana Hota Hai Song Six Kumar Sanu |Alka Yagnik Kisi se Tum Pyar Karo Song Seven Deep Jandu I Don…
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Sometimes, the strength to heal and grow is found within the eye of the storm. In this episode, Viji shares her experience of navigating through marital problems by looking within and facing some hard truths. From avoiding conflict to facing it head on, Viji went on a journey of self discovery which ended up saving her marriage. Listeners will hear…
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The East India Company was a unique entity in world history: More than just a commercial enterprise, the Company tried to act as its own government. Not many at the time–whether legislators or company officials in London, and certainly not Indian people—though this was a great idea. As Joshua Ehrlich notes in his book The East India Company and the…
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#southasianmenpodcast #mensgroups #podcast Episode 7 Praveenth/Bliks Fashion Content- https://www.pangu.co.uk/ & insta @pangucreates The podcast is inspired by the many Men’s groups I have attended, especially the 'MenSpeak Men’s Groups'. This podcast was created to build an open space for South Asian Men to open up and connect with each other and …
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In this episode, we meet Nishant Roy, Chief Communications and Impact Officer at Chobani. Chobani is one of the fastest-growing food companies in the world and has been a pioneer in the natural food movement for the last decade. Nishant has an incredibly variegated career to date. He began his career with distinguished service in the United States …
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East of Delhi: Multilingual Literary Culture and World Literature (Oxford University Press, 2023) examines literature produced, practiced, and circulated in and out of North India, focusing on the region of Awadh, from the beginning of recorded vernacular literature in the late fourteenth century to the colonial era of the early twentieth century. …
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Tracks: Song One Bhai Satvinder Singh Ji Apni Mehar Kar Song Two Maninder Manga & Miss Pooja Jawani Song Three Preet Thind & Deep Jandu MAJAJAN Song Four Gurshaba Selfie Song Five Alka Yagnik, Udit Naryan Kyaa Dil Ne Kahaa Song Six Kiran Ahluwalia with Tinariwen Mustt Mustt Song Seven Kumar Sanu |Alka Yagnik Deewana Main Tera Deewane Song Eight Ari…
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Pious Labour: Islam, Artisanship, and Technology in Colonial India (University of California Press, 2023) focuses on the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries northern India and working-class people who asserted Islamic piety through their trade while responding to industrial change, especially the development of new technologies and state …
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Santideva's 8th-century Mahayana Buddhist classic, "The Guide to the Practices of Awakening" (Bodhicaryavatara), has been a source of philosophical inspiration in the Indian and Tibetan traditions for over a thousand years. In Buddhist Ethics and the Bodhisattva Path: Santideva on Virtue and Well-Being (Bloomsbury, 2023), Stephen Harris guides us t…
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During British colonial rule in India, the treatment of high-caste Hindu widows became the subject of great controversy. Such women were not permitted to remarry and were offered two options: a life of seclusion and rigorous asceticism or death on the funeral pyre of a deceased husband. Was this a modern development, or did it date from the classic…
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Concerned with the fate of the minority in the age of the nation-state, Muslim political thought in modern South Asia has often been associated with religious nationalism and the creation of Pakistan. Amar Sohal's book The Muslim Secular: Parity and the Politics of India's Partition (Oxford UP, 2023) complicates that story by reconstructing the ide…
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A uniquely powerful marker of ethnic, gender, and class identities, scent can also overwhelm previously constructed boundaries and transform social-sensory realities within contexts of environmental degradation, pathogen outbreaks, and racial politics. Hannah Gould and Gwyn McClelland's edited volume Aromas of Asia: Exchanges, Histories, Threats (P…
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Tracks: Song One Nachhatar Gill Ardas Kran Song Two Kaur B Phulkari Song Three Jazzy B TERA ROOP Song Four Sufi Balbir Muh Mitha Song Five Jasmine Sandlas Punjabi Mutiyaran Song Six Jaspal Singh Dharti Meri Mata Pita Bhajan Song Seven Jonita Gandhi Dil Ka Telephone Song Eight Mohammad Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar Main Chali Main Chali Song Nine Mukesh, Ku…
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When you're faced with an illness that flips your world upside down, the path forward can seem daunting. In this episode, Farish shares firsthand his experience of being diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis and undergoing surgery to attach a stoma bag. Farish's journey through the physical and emotional challenges of his condition shines a light on th…
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A proponent of the Madhyamaka tradition of Mahāyāna Buddhism, Candrakīrti wrote several works, one of which, the Madhamakāvatāra, strongly influenced later Tibetan understandings of Madhyamaka. This work is the subject of Jan Westerhoff’s Candrakīrti’s Introduction to the Middle Way: A Guide (Oxford University Press, 2024), part of the Oxford Guide…
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In this episode, Simi welcomes our first-ever sibling founder duo: Akash and Nikita Mehta, Co-Founders of Fable & Mane. Fable & Mane is an Ayurveda-inspired hair wellness brand. Akash is a British entrepreneur and influencer. He graduated from Imperial College London with a degree in electrical engineering. His professional journey spans roles at B…
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While there has been sustained interest in Gandhi's methods and continued academic inquiry, Gandhi's Global Legacy: Moral Methods and Modern Challenges (Lexington Books, 2022) is unique in bringing together an interdisciplinary group of scholars who analyze Gandhi's tactics, moral methods, and philosophical principles, not just in the fields of soc…
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Before she became the host and star of Violent Majorities, the RTB series on Israeli and Indian ethnonationalism, Ajantha Subramanian sat down with Elizabeth and John to discuss The Caste of Merit: Engineering Education in India (Harvard UP, 2019). It is much more than simply an historical and ethnographic study of the elite Indian Institutes of Te…
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Tracks: Song One Miss Pooja Waheguru Waheguru Keh Song Two Amrinder Gill Kurta Song Three Satinder Sartaaj Sajjan Raazi Song Four Preet Thind & Deep Jandu MAJAJAN Song Five Nimrat Khaira Time Chakda Song Six Yasser Desai and Rashid Khan Tu Shifa Meri Song Seven Kiran Ahluwalia with Tinariwen Mustt Mustt Song Eight Udit Naryan/ Alka Yagnik Aye Mere …
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