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Ep.68 Pravaas ft. Padma Bhushan Smt. Kumudini Lakhia
Pravaas Podcast
access_time5 days ago
Padma Bhushan Smt. Kumudini Lakhia, one of Kathak’s living luminaries, is a legend known for her unparalleled technical expertise and immense artistry. A lifetime dedicated to learning, exploring, teaching, and creating has ensured her an enviable place in the history of dance. It is an honor to present her on “ Pravaas”…Let’s meet Kumiben… 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.media વિશ્વ વિખ્યાત કથક નૃત્ય ના નિષ્ણાત, વિશ્વભર માં તેમનાં નૃત્ય ના કાર્યક્રમો ભજવનાર  શ્રીમતિ. કુમુદિ ની લાખિયા “પ્રવાસ’ માં જોડાય એ અમારું સૌભાગ્ય છે, અમને આનંદ છે એમની સાથે ની વાતચીત નો. નૃત્ય ના ઇતિહાસ માં એમનું અનેરું સ્થાન છે અને રેહશે. કથક નૃત્ય માં માત્ર ભગવાન ને લગતા વર્ણનો ની પ્રણાલી તોડી અને નવીન સાંપ્રત વિષયો, સંવેદનશીલ રીતે રજુ કરવાની પહેલ કરનાર તેઓ એકમાત્ર નૃત્ય ગુરુ છે. ચાલો મળીયે શ્રીમતી. કુમુદિની લખિયા ને See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ep.67 Pravaas ft. Dr. Jaynarayan Vyas - Engineer, Economist, Thinker
Pravaas Podcast
access_time12 days ago
Dr. Jaynarayan Vyas is a name to reckon with for social service, writer, public life and political arena of Gujarat. From a small village to IIT (Mumbai) worked with Gujarat Government and finally ex. Cabinet Minister in Gujarat Government. Shri. Jaynarayan Vyas shares his enriching journey, his strong beliefs, conviction and determined dedication. Let’s meet Shri.Jaynarayan Vyas… 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.media ગુજરાત નાં સામાજિક અને રાજકીય માળખામાં અતિ મહત્વ નું નામ એટલે શ્રી. જયનારાયણ વ્યાસ. નાનાં ગામડાં થી આઈ.આઈ.ટી. (મુંબઈ), પછી ગુજરાત સરકાર માં નોકરી અને ગુજરાત સરકારમાં પૂર્વ કેબીનેટ મંત્રી તરીકે કાર્યરત રહ્યાં. અત્યંત દ્રઢ વિશ્વાસ, નીતિ-નિયમ, નીડર, બેધડક નિશ્ચય સાથે જિંદગી જીવી અને માણી શ્રી. જયનારાયણ વ્યાસ એમની આ સમૃધ્ધ સફર વિષે ખુલ્લા દિલે વાત કરે છે ચાલો મળીયે શ્રી. જયનારાયણ વ્યાસ ને See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ep.23 Changing Habits For Good ft. Shailesh Kamath
Being The Change
access_time6 months ago
A try becomes an action, repeated actions become habits, and habits can change your life. Curiosity to try out a drink or smoke quickly becomes an addiction. How does it affect one's life? Why is it that it’s become so cool to do such activities? In this episode of Being The Change, Rohan Thakar chats with Shailesh Kamat who completely changed his life 13 years back, and is always working towards making himself better. From being an addict to now running marathons and century rides on his cycles, this man is nothing short of inspiration. It's just the simple habits of each person that can bring a ton of change! Inspired by this episode? Let us know in the comments & do share this episode in your network! 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.media See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ep.22 Sustaining The Present For A Better Future, Founder and Executive Director- Plastic Tides
Being The Change
access_time9 months ago
Every day almost 8million pieces of plastic pollution find their way into the oceans. What can be done about it? In this episode of Being The Change, host Rohan Thakar is chatting with Santa Cruz, California based, Christian Shaw who is the Founder & Executive Director of PlasticTides, A Non-Profit Organisation that has been closely involved with research for plastic pollution in the oceans by collecting samples across the globe. Their flagship programme- GYM (Global Youth Mentor) Programme is aimed at encouraging the youth to take responsibility for creating a plastic-free future. Here, the students create their own programmes with help of mentors. The programmes can be activities to reduce pollution or research on plastic pollution and creating solutions. Christian says, removing plastic from the ocean is not the complete solution, but reducing the dependency on the single-use plastic is. Here are a few solutions: Instead of the single-use packaged water bottle, use a reusable water bottle. Instead of taking shopping bags from the shopkeepers, get your own bag. Avoid pre-packed foods, get fresh, seasonal & locally available foods. It's just the simple habits of each person that can bring a ton of change! 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.media See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ep.21 Meals For Change ft. Shridhar Venkat, CEO-Akshaya Patra
Being The Change
access_time10 months ago
India has been fighting Hunger, much before COVID, much before the Global Recession, Much Before we became REPUBLIC, much before we became INDEPENDENT. A few facts from The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World, 2020 report India is at 102 out of 117 on the Global Hunger Index. A report says, around 14% of our population is undernourished 20% of children under 5 are underweight 34.7% of children under 5 are stunted 51% of women between age 15-49 are anemic These figures talk a lot about what kind of mammoth we are dealing with. The situation we are in, these numbers are only increasing every single day. In this episode, host, Rohan Thakar speaks with Mr. Shridhar Venkat, he is the CEO of Akshaya Patra Foundation. Every year countless children drop out because their parents cannot afford education. As time passes they also deal with hunger. Akshaya Patra Foundation, since its inception, has been fighting hunger in kids and have encouraged kids to join schools through their various programmes PAN India. Several programs have initiated by them during the period of lockdowns, lets understand how they do it. 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.media See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
Ep.20 Bringing Back The Swadeshi ft. Manasa Godavarthy, Co-founder- MudraMagik
Being The Change
access_time12 months ago
We are always attracted by what the west introduces, be it in technology or fashion But close to home, here in India, we have one of the most intrinsic, Rich heritage of clothing that comes from handloom Now looking at a time like this, its more important than ever to encourage our local artisans by choosing to use Indian… It's interesting to see that world's 95% of the handwoven fabric comes from India, but how much do we as Indians appreciate it or use it? To speak about this exquisite work of art and our rich history of clothing, host Rohan Thakar chats with Manasa Godavarthy who along with her mother started MudraMagik, They uncover weaves and create magic on sarees. August 7th is National Handloom Day, and this episode becomes even more special as Manasa talks about the day's importance and takes the listeners through the rich tradition of weaving looms. The episode also talks about truth behind manufacturing mass apparel and the concept of sustainable fashion and why should you adapt to slow fashion.   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.media
Ep.19 Changing The Face Of Medical Education In India ft. Dr David Pillai
Being The Change
access_time1 year ago
Dr. David Pillai changed the face of medical education in India by making it more affordable and accessible to people who could not afford it through Transworld Educare. This means more opportunities and more talent inflow. Learn more about them on https://transworldeducare.com/   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.media
Take Mental Health Seriously ft. Dr. Anand Nadkarni, Director - Institute For Psychological Health
Being The Change
access_time1 year ago
Sushant Singh Rajput's suicide brings a lot of questions to people's minds. One of which being, why does such a successful person need to take his life?  We need to start having a conversation about mental health and keep open communication with our closed ones. In this episode of Being The Change podcast, host Rima Sadashiv Amarapurkar speaks with the renowned counselor, psychiatrist, and Director of the Institute For Psychological Health, Dr. Anand Nadkarni about the need for coping, having conversations and remembering the memorable roles played by Sushant Singh Rajput. 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.media
Ep.18 A Vision For Inclusion ft. Divyanshu Ganatra, founder - Adventures Beyond Barriers
Being The Change
access_time1 year ago
Nothing in the world can make you feel anything you don’t choose to, We choose it. You make your own reality. In this episode, host Rohan Thakar chats with Divyanshu Ganatra, he's a serial entrepreneur, a clinical psychologist, a thrill-seeker & extreme adventure sports enthusiast & is running a non-profit organization called Adventure Beyond Barriers Foundation(ABBF). What's amusing is that he lost his eyesight 2 decades back, when he was 19 due to glaucoma.  He is the living proof that if one has a strong will nothing is impossible.  Through ABBF, he is helping the disabled participate in adventure & endurance sports and is an activist who has been voicing his opinion for the need for inclusion & erasing the boundaries that exist between the "abled & disabled". Sport has the power to unite people, bring hope in them Divyanshu points out that "normal people" starting from school to one start working rarely meets a person who is "disabled". The reason is that there exists a boundary that doesn't allow & doesn't support the disabled to mix. The infrastructure is not built for inclusion. Something as simple as a footpath is not designed for physically disabled. He believes, with adventure sports, he can break the beliefs that a person who is "disabled" cannot do what a "normal person" can do. Listen to the complete episode and by the end of it, you will gain a fresh perspective toward life.   Also, write in your thoughts about this topic in the comments below. 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.media –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Track: Serenity — JayJen [Audio Library Release] Music provided by Audio Library Plus Watch: https://youtu.be/VhfJo-CRbkA Free Download / Stream: http://alplus.io/Serenity ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
Ep.17 Making India Gaali-Free ft. Vandana Sethhi, Founder - Water Communication
Being The Change
access_time1 year ago
In this episode Being The Change, host Rohan Thakar chats with Vandana Sethhi who is the founder of Mumbai based ad-agency Water Communication. She had conceptualized the concept of Gaali-Free India, a digital campaign against the use of abusive words. So far 50,000 people have signed up & pledged that they would not use cuss words.  Vandana says, what we speak reflects our personality and constant use of such language is a sign of aggression and if one just for a moment becomes conscious about what he/she is speaking, it would avoid a lot of fights. Listen to the complete episode to know more about how our speech affects us mentally. Also, write in your thoughts about this topic in the comments below. 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.media –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Track: Serenity — JayJen [Audio Library Release] Music provided by Audio Library Plus Watch: https://youtu.be/VhfJo-CRbkA Free Download / Stream: http://alplus.io/Serenity –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DISCLAIMER: The views expressed on all the shows produced and distributed by Ep.Log Media are personal to the host and the guest of the shows respectively and with no intention to harm the sentiments of any individual/organisation.
S1E11: Meet Dr. Santanu Sen, the Pediatric Oncology consultant of  Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital
Podcast MD by Ketto
access_time1 year ago
Podcast MD by Ketto’s 11th episode features Dr. Santanu Sen. Dr. Sen believes in the mantra of “Every life is precious: Childhood Cancer is Curable, & giving up hope is not an option! A match and chance of cure for every Transplant patient!”   Dr. Santanu Sen started his career in Paediatric Haematology and Oncology in the UK and after working there for 12 years, he set up a similar service at the Kokilaben Hospital. This service is now acknowledged to be one of the best in the region.  Dr. Santanu Sen is an experienced Stem Cell Transplanter and the only internationally accredited BMT unit inspector in India. A teacher and examiner for the Royal College of Paediatrics in the UK, he has over 55 publications and has been an invited faculty to various national and international conferences. He has been chosen as one of the “Top Doctors in Mumbai” in 2019 and 2020 and consistently strives to provide the best possible care to his patients. DISCLAIMER: This podcast and its content is an intellectual property of Ketto Online Ventures Pvt Ltd and are subject to copyright. The views expressed are personal and with no intention to harm the sentiments of any individual/organization.   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.media
Ep.16 Looking At The Brighter Side ft. Dr. Anand Nadkarni, Director - Institute For Psychological Health
Being The Change
access_time1 year ago
Today we can see an atmosphere of fear, uncertainty and the frustration of being in lockdown. A tiny micro-organism has shaken the world, shattered the global economy and brought everything that man do to a halt.   In this episode of Being The Change podcast, host Rohan Thakar and co-host Rima Sadashiv Amarapurkar chats with the renowned counselor, psychiatrist, and Director of the Institute For Psychological Health, Dr. Anand Nadkarni. He says that while the world has come to a halt and the coronavirus has shown how small Humans are, it has also shown a bright side - The Earth is healing itself, people are spending time with their family, and more importantly, it has taught humans a lesson to slow down in life.   Listen to the complete episode to gain a perspective about the brighter side of lockdown and how you are still in a far better situation than so many others. 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.media
S1E10: Meet Samara Mahindra Who Introduced Integrative Oncology To India
Podcast MD by Ketto
access_time1 year ago
Podcast MD by Ketto’s 10th episode features Samara Mahindra. Having lost her mother at the age of 23, Samara decided not to take up the famous Mahindra business, but start her own social enterprise CARER. CARER is India’s 1st provider of integrative cancer care. It helps patients and their families manage the cancer journey across nutrition, body, and mind in the comforts of their homes. Samara is certified in Physical Rehabilitation and Functional Exercise, Cancer Exercise Therapy and Breast Cancer Recovery. She has also received certifications as a Holistic Health Coach from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, Holistic Cancer Coach from Beatcancer.org, Centre for Advancement in Cancer Education and certification in Plant-Based, Nutrition from Cornell University and the T. Colin Campbell Foundation. Today CARER has helped more than 500 patients and is working with most hospitals across all metro cities. Listen to her inspiring journey on Podcast MD by Ketto. Also, if you have a similar story you believe can be a source of inspiration for others, then you could be our next guest. Write to us at mystory@ketto.org. Let your story be heard… DISCLAIMER: This podcast and its content is an intellectual property of Ketto Online Ventures Pvt Ltd and are subject to copyright. The views expressed are personal and with no intention to harm the sentiments of any individual/organization. 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.media
Ep.29 From Baramullah to Mumbai ft. Deepak Chawla, Author
The Great Indian Family
access_time1 year ago
Childhood in Baramullah, Kashmir to settling finally in Mumbai - a lot of water has passed through life, exploring various circumstances and picking up lots of life learning. Do they contribute to the making of a teacher? Author and professor Deepak Chawla takes us through his memories and more in The Great Indian Family, India’s first family sitcom podcast. Keep Supporting us!! Do drop in a Hi5! on our Instagram @eplogmedia Also, Check out other podcasts by Ep.Log on www.eplog.media
Ep.28 Taking The Father's Place ft. Shabia Walia, Founder- Wild Earth
The Great Indian Family
access_time2 years ago
When the father suddenly tells his little daughter about another wife he has, the family suffers an immense emotional setbacks. And then a mother, her daughter, and son come together to support each other, rebuilding all that was shattered. Entrepreneur and media producer Shabia Ravi Walia looks back at the days left behind while talking to The Great Indian Family. Keep Supporting us!! Do drop in a Hi5! on our Instagram @eplogmedia Also, Check out other podcasts by Ep.Log on www.eplog.media
Ep.27 Growing Up Gay ft. Vivek Tejuja, Culture Editor- Verve
The Great Indian Family
access_time2 years ago
A very special episode on how a family reacts and how they should, in case the child in the family turns out to be gay (or lesbian). Hear out Culture Editor of Verve, Vivek Tejuja at The Great Indian Family. Keep Supporting us!! Do drop in a Hi5! on our Instagram @eplogmedia Also, Check out other podcasts by Ep.Log on www.eplog.media
Ep.26 A South Indian in Delhi Reaffirming His Learning ft. K Hari Kumar, Author
The Great Indian Family
access_time2 years ago
A South Indian in Delhi reaffirming his learning. A childhood in the vigil of two generations of women. Childhood stories. These and more with screenplay writer and author K. Hari Kumar at India's first sitcom podcast, The Great Indian Family. Keep Supporting us!! Do drop in a Hi5! on our Instagram @eplogmedia Also, Check out other podcasts by Ep.Log on www.eplog.media
Ep.25 Descending From A Royal Family ft. Khalid Siddiqui, Actor & Model
The Great Indian Family
access_time2 years ago
Some rituals, some traditions, some evolutions. Model, actor Khalid Siddique takes a nostalgic dive, talking about forces that made him what he is today. Listen to him on The Great Indian Family, India’s first family sitcom podcast. Also, Thank you, listeners, for making The Great Indian Family Top5 New Podcasts of 2019 in Hubhopper App!  Keep Supporting us!! Do drop in a Hi5! on our Instagram @eplogmedia Also, Check out other podcasts by Ep.Log on www.eplog.media
Ep.24 Bengali mother. Punjabi father. And the epic cultural khichdi ft. Parull Gossain, PR Professional
The Great Indian Family
access_time2 years ago
Bengali mother. Punjabi father. And the epic cultural khichdi. PR professional Parull Gossain's childhood is no less than a Govinda Karishma comedy. Listen to her on The Great Indian Family, India’s first family sitcom podcast. Do share your thoughts on the episode in comments or DM us on Instagram @eplogmedia Check out "The Great Indian Family" and other podcasts by Ep.Log Media on www.eplog.media
Ep.23 Traditional to Liberated ft. Shashi Baliga, Journalist, Executive Director, Literature Live
The Great Indian Family
access_time2 years ago
Can traditional values push a person towards seeking self-liberation? Journalist, professor, director of Tata Literature Live - Shashi Baliga takes a nostalgic journey, in conversation with The Great Indian Family, India’s first family sitcom podcast. Do share your thoughts on the episode in comments or DM us on Instagram @eplogmedia Check out "The Great Indian Family" and other podcasts by Ep.Log Media on www.eplog.media
Ep.22 A Family Outside Their Native Place ft. Svati Chakravarty, Filmmaker
The Great Indian Family
access_time2 years ago
A family outside their native place, based in Mumbai. But they keep on touch and love the family members residing in other parts of the country. They meet regularly. How does that happen? Listen to journalist, film maker Svati Chakravarti Bhatkal on The Great Indian Family, India’s first family sitcom podcast. Do share your thoughts on the episode in comments or DM us on Instagram @eplogmedia Check out "The Great Indian Family" and other podcasts by Ep.Log Media on www.eplog.media
Ep.21 International Family ft. Viveck Vaswani, Bollywood Filmmaker
The Great Indian Family
access_time2 years ago
A  Sindhi family that has spread to Mexico, Spain, China, England, UAE  other than various parts of India. Some incredible stories from actor,  film-maker, educationist Viveck Vaswani, in conversation with The Great Indian Family, India’s first family sitcom podcast. Do share your thoughts on the episode in comments or DM us on Instagram @eplogmedia Check out "The Great Indian Family" and other podcasts by Ep.Log Media on www.eplog.media
Ep.20 The Great Grandmother ft. Nisha Samson, Digital Consultant & Ex-Editor In Chief Times Internet
The Great Indian Family
access_time2 years ago
How fortunate is the one who has been mentored by her great grandmother?  A different era of love, care, values, ethics, memories. Digital  Consultant, Nisha Samson takes a nostalgic journey, in conversation with The Great Indian Family, India’s first family sitcom podcast. Do share your thoughts on the episode in comments or DM us on Instagram @eplogmedia  Check out "The Great Indian Family" and other podcasts by Ep.Log Media on www.eplog.media
Ep.19 Family Culture ft. Joy Sengupta, Bollywood Actor
The Great Indian Family
access_time2 years ago
How the family culture travels through generations and geographies! Versatile actor Joy Sengupta takes a nostalgic journey, in conversation with The Great Indian Family, India’s first family sitcom podcast with Koral Dasgupta. Listen to "The Great Indian Family" and other podcasts by Ep.Log Media on www.eplog.media
Ep.18 Together We Learn ft. Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari, Bollywood Filmmaker
The Great Indian Family
access_time2 years ago
Traditionally, the elders facilitate learning for the youngsters. But sometimes, the youngsters help the elders in taking the right decision.  That is when it becomes collaborative learning. Writer, director,  producer Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari takes a nostalgic journey, in conversation with The Great Indian Family, India’s first family sitcom podcast by Ep.Log Media. Let us know your thoughts and experiences in comments or DM us on Instagram @eplogmedia and we would share them on our next episode.
Ep.17 Father and Daughter ft. Tanya Chaitanya - Editor and Chief Communication Officer, Femina
The Great Indian Family
access_time2 years ago
Father and daughter - the most beautiful dynamics. And the role a mother plays in facilitating that. Tanya Chaitanya, editor of a popular women's magazine takes a nostalgic journey, in conversation with The Great Indian Family, India’s first family sitcom podcast. Let us know what you think about the episode in the comments or DM us on Instagram @eplogmedia
Ep.16 Family Values ft. Siddharth Jain, Founder- The Story Ink
The Great Indian Family
access_time2 years ago
Some family values are non-negotiable. Rebel could be attractive but obedience has its own learning. Sidharth Jain, the founder of Story Ink takes a nostalgic journey, in conversation with The Great Indian Family, India’s first family sitcom podcast. Let us know what you think about the episode in the comments or DM us on Instagram @eplogmedia
Ep.15 Virtual Families From The Books ft. Kiran Manral, Author & Ideas Editor - She The People TV
The Great Indian Family
access_time2 years ago
Till now we have covered various facets of real families. With author Kiran Manral we explore the virtual family that appears in an author's brain. How is it to enter a family and exit eventually with the publication of a book? Listen to The Great Indian Family, India’s first family sitcom podcast. Let us know what you think about the episode in comments or DM us on Instagram @eplogmedia Listen to "The Great Indian Family" and other podcasts by Ep.Log Media on www.eplog.media
Ep.14 Hostel Family ft. Medha Shri, Entertainment Journalist
The Great Indian Family
access_time2 years ago
The little pampered girl is sent to a boarding school at a very young age. Thereafter, develops new relationships, bonding, sisterhood, mischiefs and more. Entertainment journalist Medha Shri, in conversation with The Great Indian Family podcast. Listen to The Great Indian Family and other podcasts by Ep.Log on www.eplog.media
Ep.13 Elder Sister, Younger Brother ft. Meghna Pant- Author and Journalist
The Great Indian Family
access_time2 years ago
Elder sister, younger brother maketh a comedy of errors. Author and journalist, Meghna Pant looks back and beyond, in conversation with The Great Indian Family, India’s first family sitcom podcast. Let us know what you think about the episode in the comments or DM us on Instagram @eplogmedia
Ep.12 Soulmate Sisters ft. Sukriti Sharma, RJ- Radio Mirchi, Bhopal
The Great Indian Family
access_time2 years ago
Two girls in the family, sisters as soulmates. Sukriti Sharma in conversation with The Great Indian Family, India’s first family sitcom podcast, telling us how it was to grow up with the elder sister. Catch The Great Indian Family and our other awesome podcasts on www.eplog.media Follow us on Instagram @eplogmedia
Ep.11 Family Outside Home ft. Cyrus Sahukar, Actor & VJ
The Great Indian Family
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A boy is a rebel at his home town in Delhi.  Then he appears for an audition and comes to Mumbai, without knowing  what the job of a VJ means. Intimidated initially, he soon finds his  voice as one of the best in the industry. Simultaneously, he finds a  family among colleagues, who are not related by blood but by heart.   Cyrus Sahukar in conversation with Koral Dasgupta on The Great Indian Family, India’s first family sitcom podcast. Do share what you think about the episode in comments or DM us on Instagram @eplogmedia Make sure you check out our other awesome podcasts on www.eplog.media
Ep.10 Traditional Families, Unconventional Occupations ft. Mansi Jain, Filmmaker
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The sister is a film maker. The brother is a poker player.  And that's the profession. How does the family and rest of the world  react to such choices, when parents are traditionally placed? Writer  director Mansi Jain in conversation with The Great Indian Family, India’s first family sitcom podcast. Do let us know what you think of the episode in comments or DM us on Instagram @eplogmedia
Ep9. Brothers In Family ft. Sudhanshu Pandey, Bollywood Actor
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One family, two brothers.  One composed, the other a rule breaker. One thinks, the other does. And  both write poems. Actor and model Sudhanshu Pandey in conversation with The Great Indian Family, India’s first family sitcom podcast. Write to us in comments or DM us on Instagram @eplogmedia
Ep.8 Rebel Girls ft. Shradha Singh- Programming Head, Ishq 104.8FM
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A family with rebel girls. Yes, you read it right. The  elders have this ‘what will people say’ thing going on in their minds, though they don’t  have any personal objection to the choices made by the young girls. This  and more with Shradha Singh, programming head of Ishq 104.8FM, in The Great Indian Family, India’s first family sitcom podcast. Let us know your experiences of growing up in comments or DM us on Instagram @eplogmedia Do rate us on iTunes  Check out our latest show - Keshava: A Magnificient Obsession by Bhawana Somaaya
Ep.7 Women Heading a Family ft. Sumanto Chattopadhyay, Chairman & CCO- 82.5 Communications
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Women leaders. No, not in corporate circles. But decades ago in Bengal,  two women assumed the reins of leadership in a family. They were  sisters, and also grandmothers to small children, one of them being the  ad man, Sumanto Chattopadhyay. Exploring his memories and more in The Great Indian Family, India’s first family sitcom podcast. Let us know what you think about the episode in comments or DM us on Instagram @eplogmedia
Ep.6 Joint Family & Live In ft. Manish Hariprasad, Producer-Director Owlet Films
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A joint family of more than 200 people. And one kid in the house starts living in. What happens when the family gets to know? How do they react. The Great Indian Family talks to director-producer of Owlet Films & Ex- Chief Creative Officer of Red Chillies Entertainment, Manish Hariprasad, exploring this and much more. Do write to us what you think about the episode in comments or DM us on Instagram @eplogmedia You can also mail on bonjour@eplog.media
Ep.5 The Youngest In The Family ft. Sanjay Upadhyay, Writer-Director
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The youngest in the family is said to be throwing the maximum tantrum  and getting away with most pampering. Well, is it really the truth? Or  everyone in the family feels it compulsory to mentor the youngest one?  Sanjay Upadhyay takes us back into time, when he was a child and shares  hilarious anecdotes with lots of learning. Let us know your thoughts/ experience in comments or DM us on Instagram @eplogmedia
Ep.4 Family On The Go ft. Rahul Balyan, Chief Digital Officer- Radio Mirchi
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The  Fauji Puttar is now the Chief Digital Officer of one of the most popular radio channels.  His childhood had taken him to a number of  places, not only to bestow the pleasure of traveling but also to  constantly shift base because of transferable job of the father. A new  set-up to adjust to, a fresh group of people to bond, every few years.   Rahul Balyan introduces the fun and learning behind Family on the Go, on India’s first family sitcom podcast- The Great Indian Family. Do you share similar experiences? Do comment your experiences or DM us on instagram @eplogmedia  You can also mail us on bonjour@eplog.media Check out our other shows at www.eplog.media
Ep.3 Super Sister ft. Amol Parashar, Actor
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Brother  and sister. Ask your parents and they will tell you about the purest  form of love and relationship that a brother and sister represents. But  truly speaking, a brother and sister relationship can also be the  craziest form of togetherness, fights and support. Exploring Amol  Parasher's brotherhood with his sister, Srishti, on India’s first family sitcom podcast- The Great Indian Family. Do you share similar experiences? Do comment your experiences or DM us on instagram @eplogmedia  You can also mail us on bonjour@eplog.media Check out our other shows at www.eplog.media
Ep.2 Mumma's Girl ft. Divya Dutta, Bollywood Actress
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Love  of the mother. Concerns of the mother. And sometimes, some seemingly fun things that  only mothers can do. Exploring the love, dependence and beauty of a  mother-daughter relationship with the wonderful and lively Divya Dutta on India’s first family sitcom podcast- The Great Indian Family hosted by Koral Dasgupta Do you have similar memories? Why dont you write to us or send us a voice message! We would share it on our next episode! You can DM us on Instagram @eplogmedia or mail us on bonjour@eplog.media Check out more shows from Ep.Log Media at www.eplog.media 
Ep.1 Fun Fathers | ft. Anurag Basu, Film maker
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Fathers. They are strict. But they are also fun. And sometimes they are more mischievous than the offspring. Exploring the father son relationship allover again in The Great Indian Family with none other than the screen magician, Anurag Basu on India's first family sitcom podcast- The Great Indian Family . Do you have similar memories? Why dont you write to us, and we will share it on our podcast! Just DM us on Instagram @eplogmedia you can also write to us on bonjour@eplog.media
The Great Indian Family Trailer
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What is a family? A group of people from the same ancestry where everyone expects the others to listen and follow.  And what is The Great Indian Family? A group of people from the same ancestry where everyone expects the others to listen and follow and since they don’t, usually generous doses of food, threats, affection, emotional blackmails and melodrama play a life altering role.  Koral Dasgupta, in collaboration with Ep Log Media, comes up with her sitcom stress buster, The Great Indian Family. An attempt to refresh memories, invoke nostalgia and scoop out superb fun stories from various lives. Live, laugh, enjoy…preferably with your family! Follow us on Instagram @eplogmedia to get updated with our latest releases!