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Best Red Fm India podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Red Fm India podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Abhishek and Jessica are a cross cultural couple doing life in India. As a returning NRI, Abhishek brings his American wife and kids back to a non-metropolitan city in India. On their journey, they explore the less known aspects of the shifting Indian landscape through a cross-cultural lens. Topics often cover- current issues, cross cultural parenting, language learning tips, and advice for travel off the beaten path in the #realindia. Follow Invisible India on Instagram, Facebook and Twitte ...
 
India’s finest Sports Expert, Boria Majumdar will give you daily live updates with Medal tallies on Morning Number 1. with India’s Number 1 RJ Raunac. Along with this, he’ll be defining sports with its unknown facts and super Khiladi explaining the journey of athletes to Rio 2016.
 
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This episode is a special salute to love. On Valentine's Day, Jessica went on air with RJ Visha with RED FM 93.5 in Patna to share her love story. But it wasn't only a story about falling for Abhishek, but falling for India as well. What were the challenges Jessica and Abhishek faced in the beginning with overcoming cultural barriers and family dec…
 
Meet the 2 Idiots, Abhishek and Natasha, who traveled 31 countries, comprising of 39 flights, 3 cruises, and almost a 100 destinations in 8.5 months. They left their corporate jobs and did it together, with a 2 year old. Jessica asks them about stereotypes that they found out to be untrue as they traveled. What were the most stressful parts of worl…
 
Meet the 2 Idiots, Abhishek and Natasha, who traveled 31 countries, comprising of 39 flights, 3 cruises, and almost a 100 destinations in 8.5 months. They left their corporate jobs and did it together, with a 2 year old. Jessica asks them about their cultural experiences, stressful moments, and what they learned about themselves and each other as t…
 
In October, we traveled from India to visit Central and Eastern Europe as a family. Vienna, Prague, Bratislava and Warsaw and Budapest, where Abhishek had a meeting and the kids and Jessica tagged along. In 18 days, we covered 6 countries, 5 currencies, 8 hotels and we don’t know how many languages with our 2 young children. All on a relatively sli…
 
Dr. Ajay Verghese, Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of California Riverside joins us to dive into two urgent topics affecting the social landscape of India today- 1) the legacy of ethnic colonialism and 2) modernization’s affect on Hindu's religious practices. Were all problems in India legacies of the British? Or has inte…
 
Author Leslie Verner approaches how Western cultures can learn from other cultures posture of open hospitality. Author of “Invited- the Power of Hospitality in an Age of Loneliness”, Leslie sensitively approaches being a white American engaging in cross cultural friendships and what her research and learnings have led her to in her personal life. I…
 
What are some the unique challenges that India faces in managing toilet waste, water and everything in between? Sanitation expert Chris Hyun, PhD Candidate, joins us to share about India’s unique sanitation challenges and what he has found through his research. With over a decade of experience in India, Chris is more than a researcher, but a studen…
 
Even with the best of motives, short term volunteer trips can create chaos and unintended long term problems, especially in developing countries. What are the pitfalls and dangers of engaging in voluntourism? But we don't just throw everyone voluntourist under the bus in this episode. What are the positive aspects of short term projects overseas? I…
 
This episode is for the people who are long term NGO employees, aid workers or those volunteering in an under-privileged environment. Maybe you are burnt out from seeing hard stuff on a day in and day out basis and from being confronted daily with human pain and suffering. Even if you're not in an extreme situation, maybe you are a person whose sou…
 
Do Westerners have a lot of money? Life in places like the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Europe must be easy. Why do Westerners "abandon" their parents in nursing homes? Is romance in the West really like what we see in the movies? In this episode Abhishek and Jessica cover the top misconceptions about the West that they have heard express…
 
Misogyny, sexism and restrictive gender roles are all challenges that this generation of children are standing up against. In India, we have unique challenges for both girls and boys as the cultural narrative is rapidly shifting of what manhood and womanhood looks like. How do we compassionately parent and empower our children to navigate mixed mes…
 
This week, we take on the top misconceptions about India and debunk them one by one. Do all Indians have arranged marriages? What is all the fuss about caste? Do Indians ride elephants to school? (Yes, that one really came in.) We invited listeners to comment on our social media platforms with the top misconceptions they have heard. Join us to lear…
 
Maybe you’ve heard that India is a rough place to live. If you live like locals, there is a lot you can do to prepare yourself and prevent some of the most common inconveniences of life in India. From navigating traffic to avoiding dysentery, there are tried and true ways that local people survive unscathed by India’s sometimes harsh conditions. Ev…
 
Once you’re past the surface level touristy phase, you get into what makes India the real deal. How well traveled are you in India? More than checking off a list of places you’ve been, what have you experienced? Show us the real life you’ve experienced in India! Have you ever vomited on a train? Had something stolen from you by a monkey? You’ve pas…
 
Smartphones have changed the world. But something quite peculiar has happened in India where the use of the smartphone challenges many social norms and yet supports and upholds other time held traditions. What are my observations about the use of smartphones in India? How has the technological revolution and smartphone penetration affect the cultur…
 
Episode 15- Gender Based Inequality and Violence Against Women in India with Shefa SikderShefa Sikder is a hero for women’s issues. She is broadly informed on women’s inequality and laser focused on gender based violence in South Asia. She is currently on project with a large NGO in Bihar, India where she oversees programs that help families unders…
 
Varanasi is where the ancient and modern collide in 21st Century India. Hear about the oldest continually inhabited cities in the world with 5000 years of history. From Buddha’s first sermon, to the winding alleyways filled with snacks, music and temple bells, Varanasi is a place where the raw emotions of human life and death are discovered. We sha…
 
Have you ever wondered why kids are picky or refuse to try different foods? Have you been frustrated with the mess that feeding your child creates? Do you feel like your children’s food habits are spoiled and you don’t know how to fix it? Jessica discusses different approaches that she has learned from other cultures about how Indian parents can he…
 
What is it like to be a foreigner in India? What about a person who stands out like a sore thumb? In this episode, Jessica shares a bit of our backstory of getting married in the US then returning to India as a family. She also dives into what it is like to be a white person outside of the international, mega cities of India and how white privilege…
 
Want to learn about Ayurvedic medicine? Hear from Dr Shari Krishna from Kairali Ayurvedic Center as we talk about her introduction to medicine, life as a South Indian in North India, and the basics of Ayurveda.The ancient healing system of Ayurveda has both scientific and mystical beginnings. Today it is a practical system of prevention and healing…
 
Traveling with small children always seems to include some interesting drama. With our Chase Sapphire travel credit card points, we scored 2 free nights in a 5 Star Hotel in a prime location with free breakfast and dinner. We paid about 300 rupees (about $7) in taxes for this whole experience. However, some parts of staying in a 5 star hotel caught…
 
Voted the highest quality of life in India, Udaipur way exceeded our expectations. We loved every minute of this beautiful, historic, clean and navigable city. We feel like Udaipur is how the REST of India could be and is a model for development, cleanliness and hospitality. India will never be a Western country, but if the rest of India became lik…
 
In this episode we cover a wide variety of information about Rajastan’s vegetarian hot spot, Pushkar and touch on Ajmer’s Khwaja Sahib Shrine. We talk about pro travel trips in India and some specific to Rajastan. What does it feel like in Pushkar? Chai, falafel, good coffee shops, temples, camels and hippies. What is so special about Ajmer Sharif’…
 
Imagine, you are on a vacation with your family and the unimaginable happens. Your most important documents, money and devices are stolen out from under your nose. You are stranded in a foreign country for almost 2 weeks because of circumstances out of your control. How do we know? This happened to us! We talk about our experience of having all our…
 
Introduction- Who are we? What is this podcast all about? For those of you who don’t know us, we are a cross cultural couple (Indian and American) living and working in India with our two kids. In Episode 1 we talk about why we moved back to India with our young kids after a fruitful life and careers in America. What does it feel like to be a retur…
 
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