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Created by: Sangeetha

India 6-1011+

Started: September 20th, 2021

Status: Active, 224 episodes

Kind: Episodic

Language: English

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Queens who ruled India (2): Nur Jahan – the empress who ruled from behind a curtain
00:20:21 | Season: 2 | Episode: 86 | June 21st, 2024

At its height, the Mughal empire was the richest in the world. Akbar's son Jahangir ascended the throne after his death. Jahangir was addicted to opium and alcohol, amongst other things. His wife Nur Jahan won his confidence. She was a remarkable woman who managed to keep her husband away from many of his vices. Thanks to her courage and intelligence, she won the loyalty of the nobles in the court and thus wielded much power in the kingdom.

Queens who Ruled India (1): Keladi Chennamma – the only queen who defied Aurangazeb successfully
00:38:41 | Season: 2 | Episode: 85 | June 14th, 2024

The Portugese called her 'Raina de Pimenta' or 'The Pepper Queen'. Born to a commoner, married to a king, she ascended the throne after the untimely death of her husband. She not only defended herself against patriarchy, but also against a barrage of enemy armies.

S2 E84: Fake or Real: Himalayan pink salt is the healthiest!
00:14:33 | Season: 2 | Episode: 84 | May 31st, 2024

Newspaper headlines often make loud claims about fitness, health and diet. How much of this is backed by research? Have the facts been verified? This episode is part of our Fake or Real podcast series, where we take a popular newspaper headline and check if its authenticity has been established,

S2 E83: Fake or Real: Younger siblings are funnier than their older siblings
00:18:12 | Season: 2 | Episode: 83 | May 23rd, 2024

A recent YouGov poll shows that a large share of people believe that younger siblings are funnier than their older counterparts. Is this fake or real? Does this story have a sound scientific basis?

S2 E82: 3 short stories on Wildlife, Art and Space
00:26:11 | Season: 2 | Episode: 82 | May 20th, 2024

This episode has been compiled and presented by three of the participants in a Podcasting Course conducted by Cronica Media,

S2 E81: Paris Olympics 2024 (part 1): There’s something exciting awaiting the athletes
00:24:11 | May 13th, 2024

World Athletics has announced something exciting for all athletes participating / competing in the 2024 Olympics edition (to be held in Paris). After many decades of keeping true to the spirit of Olympics as outlined by Pierre de Coubertin (participating is more important than winning), some people on the Olympics committee are concerned if the new move will dilute this spirit. Listen to the full episode to find out more about this new exciting announcement.Co-hosts: Smyan (5th grader, Mumbai…

S2 E80: Book review of ‘Black Beauty’ by Anna Sewell
00:33:07 | May 10th, 2024

Black Beauty by Anna Sewell is considered a children’s classic. Although the author did not write this book intended for a young audience, it has become a go-to read for many primary schoolers and middle schoolers. A group of children (<10 yrs old) read this book, completed some book review worksheets and finally got together to share their views on the book with each other. Guests: Nayra, Prakriti, Smyan, Rishi, Pravit, Rusheel, Saatvik and AdvikQuestions they answer in this episodeA…

S2 E79: How an art detective traced stolen artifacts from Nepal
00:15:08 | Season: 2 | Episode: 79 | May 3rd, 2024

30 years ago in Nepal, Yagya Kumar Pradhan woke up to the news that two holy masks from the community's temple had been stolen. Yagya filed police complaints, but got no closer to the masks. He gave up all hope of ever seeing the masks again. One of his family members reached out to a group 'Lost Arts of Nepal' who track stolen artifacts with the help of amateur art detectives from around the world, using social media and other sleuthing techniques. As luck would have it, Yagya's masks were traced and returned to the Nepali government a few weeks ago, in a grand repatriation ceremony that was held in Manhattan, New York.




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Created by: Sangeetha
Started: September 20th, 2021
Status: Active, 224 episodes
Kind: Episodic
Language: English

India6-1011+
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