Historia – Indien – Nya podcasts

  • Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj was the founder and chief ruler of the Maratha Empire. He was born in 1674 at Shivneri in Maharashtra. His full name was Shivaji Shahaji Bhosale. Beginning with a significant victory at the Battle of Pratapgarh in 1674, he used planning and military skills to establish his kingdom.
    Shivaji Maharaj raised a mighty army in the establishment of Swarajya, which gave him a unique and unique empire forever. He had this certificate at the beginning of the establishment of Swaraj. Shivaji Maharaj is still remembered in Delhi, Maharashtra and across India as the son of the leader and founder of Maharashtra. His contribution means a lot to us and his legacy will always inspire Indian society. How was their intelligence? What conditions did they face while fighting forts? How are they planned? Listen to the complete history of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj only and only on Audio Pitra, and this history will awaken you too.

  • Discussing various topics in a series format

    Education
    Marxism
    Eating an Elephant
    Faith of Our Fathers
    and more to come as time passes...

  • I make podcast on history it gives you lots of knowledge about history and we learn history in very interesting way that nobody feel boring. Learn history in a enjoyable manner

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  • Three desis — one Indian and two Indian-Americans — banter and joke with each other on this podcast, delve deep into history and discover little-known facts about the food, culture, and people of India and South Asia.

  • Mary Ann and her grandkids go inside the twin towers and experienced the 9/11 crash luckily they made it out alive.

  • India's Christian art is vast, varied—and almost completely unknown. Anirudh Kanisetti (historian, author, and host of Echoes of India: A History Podcast) and Professor Kevin Fernandes take you through its wonders. Join us as we explore Indian Christian myth, ritual, craft and lives through the collection of the Museum of Christian Art in the Convent of Santa Monica in Old Goa.

    This podcast is implemented by the India Foundation for the Arts (IFA) under the Archive and Museums program, made possible with support from the Goethe-Institut/Max Mueller Bhavan New Delhi and the Parijat Foundation.

  • This time, we have brought a very special audio series for all of you, where you will learn about the Queen of Jhansi, "Lakshmi Bai," and discover her journey from "Manikarnika" to becoming "Maharani Lakshmi Bai." You will see how she displayed patriotism and confronted the British, only on "Audio Pitara." Stay Updated on our shows at audiopitara.com and follow us on Instagram and YouTube @audiopitara Credits - Audio Pitara Team

  • How does your Dil belong in Dilli ?

    Basking in winter sun in Lodi garden...

    Exploring history in ruins Mehrauli...

    Feasting on momos in Dilli Haat...

    Moonlit nights in Chandni Chowk...

    Savouring music in Nehru Park

    Walks under rows of amaltas trees...

    Welcome to Delhi Love - Ishq Muhabbat, Pyar!

    This show is all about exploring and enjoying the city

    Each week we meet up with a guest who talks about how they connect to the city

    Listen in as we share stories and anecdotes and explore a unique city and its people with Yasmin Kidwai and our Prolific guests who are synonymous with Delhi

  • This podcast is a series of interviews of senior Etobicoke residents in the 1980’s.
    They are a valuable and unique view into the history of Etobicoke in the early part of the 20th century, as seen through the personal experiences of local residents. We will be presenting a different interview each month.

  • For Old Times' Sake by Itihāsology, hosted by Eric Chopra & Kudrat B. Singh, is your ultimate portal to rediscover the vibrant tapestry of Indian history! Explore the diverse spectrum of history—from overarching themes to captivating niches like the histories of humour, fashion, and even horror! Join Eric and Kudrat as they uncover captivating stories, review history books, host Q&A sessions, and obsess over prehistoric stones!

  • Most Indians are content to imagine that the harmonium, whose sound is so intrinsic to their lives, is as Indian an instrument as the ground beneath their feet. But have you wondered where the harmonium actually came from? To find out, join Sharmadip Basu, faculty in history and social science at Azim Premji University, on a fascinating journey of discovery in this two-part series.

    Credits:

    Akshay Ramuhalli, Bijoy Venugopal, Bruce Lee Mani, Harshit Hillol Gogoi, Narayan Krishnaswamy, Prashant Vasudevan, Sananda Dasgupta, Seema Seth, Shraddha Gautam, Supriya Joshi, and Velu Shankar

    Visit our website for a comprehensive list of resources and acknowledgements:

    https://azimpremjiuniversity.edu.in/unboxed-harmonium-india

  • The curious man Matt Crawford interviews authors and interesting people about topics ranging from history to politics to everyday stimulating topics. If you like to learn and are as curious as I am please join in!

  • This is for those who are looking for fascinating stories and forgotten facts from India's past - its history, culture, and its spiritual heritage. Together we will explore the by-lanes of India's past. Let us ask questions and go where facts will lead us.

  • Welcome to "The GyanJaraHatke Show," the podcast that dares to challenge conventional wisdom and explore the uncharted territories of knowledge. Hosted by the charismatic Saurabh Maheshwari, a seasoned YouTube personality with over 6.4 lakh loyal subscribers and a staggering 133+ million views, this show is a unique blend of insightful conversations and unconventional perspectives.
    🎙️ Join Saurabh Maheshwari as he takes you on a journey beyond the ordinary, diving deep into subjects that matter. Whether it's the latest trends, thought-provoking discussions, or interviews with experts

  • Welcome to Lok Kathao Ki Duniya hosted by Er . Nishant Saxena Aahaan . A podcast where you meet with stories immortal and glorious warriors of Hindi mythology . Written and voice over by Er Nishant Saxena Aahaan

    Each episode of Lok Kathao Ki Duniya is packed with glorious stories that will guide you to know more about Hindu mythology

    Subscribe to Lok Kathao Ki Duniya on Bingepods and your favorite podcast platforms to stay updated with the latest episodes.