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Jessica Kumar is an American development advocate living in Bihar, India. She engages in powerful & empathetic interviews to shed light on lesser known aspects of Indian culture, founded in cultural anthropology, sprinkled with hints of modern relationships. Join us to hear diverse voices, stereotype breakers & interesting people who are experts in: -language learning (specifically acquisition of South Asian languages) -breaking stereotypes about racial identity -cross-cultural parenting -in ...
 
Every episode has been designed to bring you some kind of value add. Life is a never ending self improvement game - whether it's health, career guidance, lifestyle advice or just plain old inspiration... Each episode will charge you up in some way. We deep dive into some of the world's most intelligent, most successful minds in order to mine out the diamonds they've created over the course of their lives. INDIAN CULTURE PODCAST IS ONE OF THE BEST PODCAST FROM INDIA??. Hope you will enjoy❤. # ...
 
A true desi and a proud Mumbai girl, 5 years ago I moved out of home and have been going from one country to another and have changed more houses and cities than I can remember. This is a podcast about life abroad, trying to make sense out of different cultural norms and a whole new way of living. My confusions and the stories that arise from this chaos while I try to hold on to my culture, identity and life as I know it...
 
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Jessica tells all about having Indian in-laws as a foreigner. In this 2 part episode, Jessica discusses listener questions about having Indian in-laws when you didn’t grow up in Indian culture. You probably know Indian families are close knit. That is why having a good relationship with our in-laws is so important. We discuss questions like what to…
 
Hearing others' perspectives always brings out new perspectives. I interviewed two other women who are married to Indians who bring various cultural and linguistic background to their stories. Sheida is from Iran living in Canada. Parneet is French, living in Belgium. I asked the various questions to bring out these women's thoughts and experiences…
 
Devika Cariapa is an award-winning children’s author who uses her background in history and archaeology to creatively communicate with a young audience. Her first book, India Through Archaeology: Excavating History (Tulika Books) encourages children to explore Indian history through the lens of archaeology. It was awarded the Hindu Young World-Good…
 
What are the top five verbs you need to now in Hindi to start most simple conversations? Jessica breaks down the basic verbs to listen for in Hindi conversation and how these verbs can be used for beginners and intermediate speakers of Hindi. This episode is a sneak preview of Jessica's upcoming Hindi course "Hindi Hacks You Didn't Know You Needed …
 
Eliza Keyton (Eli Kutty) and Jessica Kumar are both language learners of Indian languages. In the years since learning Malayalam and Hindi, Eliza and Jessica have become increasingly convinced that there needs to be greater representation of Indians and proper credit given to those who have taught their indigenous languages to foreigners. In this e…
 
Eliza Keyton (Eli Kutty) is an American Malayalam learner and dedicated to sharing her learnings with other learners. Jessica and Eliza dive into the complexities of learning Hindi vs Malayalam and the challenges of learning an Indian language. Jessica and Eliza both share their clear intentions of uplifting Desi voices and pointing the attention b…
 
2021 was the year where I (Jessica) hosted only South Asian guests! Hear 2-4 min blurbs from 8 of our best episodes with powerful, empathetic and informational interviews! In this episode we highlight: Episode 48 - The Carolina Desis - Rashmili Vemula and Gurtej Singh - language and how that fits into their identity as Indian Americans Episode 50 -…
 
This "mini" (maxi) episode opens like its sponsored content for Parachute oil but LOL no we wish nobody pays us to do this. This week we discuss: 1) Tropical breezes2) New words we've learned3) Our investment thesis re: crocs4) The first 5 episodes of Mindy Kaling's new show "The Sex Lives of College Girls"Are the takes kinda outdated now that the …
 
Jessica takes a moment to reflect on some of the learnings about Indian culture she has observed in the last 15 years. The most common questions she gets asked as a foreigner married to an Indian living in India: How do you celebrate festivals as a cross cultural couple? Is it safe to eat street food in India? How many languages have you learned? A…
 
Fear not because we are BACK! We're happy to report that we are alive and well in our first ever mini-episode, where we'll catch you up on what we've been up to since the summer. Tune in for #nickyankawatch2k21 updates, a deep dive into BJ Novak's dating life, and the funniest thing PChops has ever said! #potatoes (iykyk) Come join us for this brie…
 
This is Part 2 of Jessica's conversation with Jesal Parikh, the co-host of the provocative podcast “Yoga is Dead.” She and her co-host Tejal Patel, highlight injustices of the digestion of yoga by modern Western culture. In this episode, Jessica and Jesal explore the process of historical Indian yoga and how that has morphed into a different animal…
 
Get ready to have your mind blown. Jesal Parikh is the co-host of the provocative podcast "Yoga is Dead." She and her co-host Tejal Patel, highlight injustices of the digestion of yoga by modern Western culture. In this episode, Jessica and Jesal explore the process of historical Indian yoga and how that has morphed into a different animal in Weste…
 
Should I share pictures of my life on social media even if I fear being judged by conservative relatives? What are the no-nos of social media in more conservative Indian families? If you are in a desi/non-desi relationship, maybe you have some of the same questions we do. How do you protect your relationship but also interact on social media with t…
 
Kevin Wilson has formed his identity as fitting in the spaces between black and white binary spaces throughout his life. Best known as "The CEO of Chai" on social media, he goes by @crossculturechristian as an expression of someone who wants to invite people into a safe place on the harsh landscape of critical social media sites. People talk about …
 
THIS PODCAST IS NOT FOR FRAME PURPOSE. Hello guy, In this video I am going through detail analysis of rape case's according to NCBR data (2020). Video is in 4 parts :-1) Rape case's in India2) what government had done? 3) What you can do? 4) Initiative taken by the NGO'S. #rape_mukt_bharat#rapecasesinindia#ncbr#india#indianculture#stoprape#plzstopr…
 
The dissonance caused by learning a new culture and language can be one of the most disorienting things that humans can go through. How can one respectfully and responsibly learn a new language without doing harm to those around them or losing themself in the process? Join Jessica Kumar, Invisible India Podcast host and lifelong Hindi learner as sh…
 
What does it take to successfully learn Hindi? Jessica breaks down tips and tricks and answers the most common questions about how to learn Hindi fluently. -What is unique about learning Hindi? -Why is it so hard to learn Indian languages from a book? -Is language school worth it? -Is it more important to focus on Hindi pronunciation or vocabulary?…
 
Are you in a relationship with an Indian? Overwhelmed by the differences between your culture and Indian culture?In Episode 59 of the Invisible India Podcast | Navigating Indian Culture with Love.... we dive in!As a veteran in India (15 years) and being married to Abhishek from Bihar for 11 years, Jessica shares 3 main tips for engaging with Indian…
 
Welcome to the past! This episode has EVERYTHING. 1) Depressingly optimistic pandemic predictions from over a month ago Rabs and Tars2) Thong pants3) A whole bunch of hot takes about random things including (but not limited to): - Rihanna- The Queen- "Spotify podcasts that nobody listens to"- Federer- Crocs- In the Heights- Black Widow- "Religious"…
 
"Maid in India" is a masterful work that not only uncovers some of the biggest challenges to India's informal labor sector, but some of the greatest opportunities it presents. Jessica rates it as one of the best books she has read on Indian culture as a whole, as it highlights the invisible aspects of hierarchy and classism through storytelling and…
 
"Maid in India" is a masterful work that not only uncovers some of the biggest challenges to India's informal labor sector, but some of the greatest opportunities it presents. Jessica rates it as one of the best books she has read on Indian culture as a whole, as it highlights the invisible aspects of hierarchy and classism through storytelling and…
 
Jessica hosts Anita Sachariah to share on tidbits of how to teach Indian origin children heritage languages like Hindi, Malayalam, Telugu, Gujarati, Marathi, Urdu, Tamil, Punjabi and many more. Jessica and Anita speak about their experiences teaching their own children and creating resources for children and adults to bridge the gap in learning Ind…
 
Baba Gonesh takes a break from his duties of International News Correspondent and taps into his wealth of knowledge of Hindu customs and traditions with the third of 3 installments of ‘Baba Wedding Planner’. In this final episode, Baba discusses the 7 Hindu wedding vows.Bởi Baba Gonesh
 
Baba Gonesh takes a break from his duties of International News Correspondent and taps into his wealth of knowledge of Hindu customs and traditions with the second of 3 installments of ‘Baba Wedding Planner’. In this episode, Baba discusses FAQs for Hindu Wedding Traditions.Bởi Baba Gonesh
 
Vaishali Patel is passionate about passing on the Gujarati and Hindi languages and cultures to others! Hear her story of how she immigrated to the US and started teaching others Gujarati. Her company, Sanskar Teaching, includes a number of programs both online, live classes and products to bring students closer to Gujarati, Hindi and Punjabi langua…
 
Enjoy this conversation lesson including Hindi words with English explanation. The lesson is 10 minutes, including simple instructional vocabulary and vocabulary about fruits (mango, lichi and banana.) Learn more about Indian culture from Jessica's perspective (an American living in India since 2006.) She shares her learnings about cultural signifi…
 
Baba Gonesh takes a break from his duties of International News Correspondent and taps into his wealth of knowledge of Hindu customs and traditions with the first of 3 installments of ‘Baba Wedding’. In this first installment, Baba addresses the #1 asked question submitted to him through our feedback hotline, “What is up with India and the arranged…
 
Rashmi Chadha is an entrepreneur, travel influencer and international speaker. Despite her ever smiling persona, there is depth and pain in her story. Overcoming sexism at many junctures, the tragic loss of her mother and obstacles from society, she continues to push forward to make the world a better place for women. She is the founder of wovoyage…
 
This episode, is either A) supremely out of date (recorded 1.5 months ago 😬) or B) a nice distraction from everything awful going on (if you want to skip depressing stuff, start at 9:40). We discuss P Chops's restaurant (yeesh), Minari pre Oscar win for Youn Yuh‑jung (❤) and then a whooooole lot of meghan and harry (👀).Please donate to India COVID …
 
hey everyone, In this video I am going share the poetry, in regards to our covid warriors. In such a pandemic situation they are working so hard. This poetry is to thanks our worriors. #THANKYOU_DOCTORS#THANKYOU_POLICE#THANKYOU_SOCIAL_WORKERS#THANKYOU_MEDICO?Share this video?If you like this poetry, please press the like button?Comment your viewsIf…
 
What is really happening in India right now with the COVID Crisis? Jessica, an American living in India with her family tells a first hand account of what it feels like to be in the midst of India's huge COVID crisis. How did we get here and what was the progression like from lockdown #1 in 2020 to a life of normalcy in late 2020, to complete chaos…
 
Patna, Bihar’s historical sites are in danger. Kunal Dutt shares about the top 5 historic sites in Patna, the capital of Bihar, India. Kunal founded the Save Historic Patna Collectorate campaign to raise awareness of how Patnaites are allowing their history to be cannibalized in the name of becoming a “smart city.” He shares the tragic story of los…
 
In Jessica's 15 years in India, there have been countless interesting and exciting moments. Here in our 50th EPISODE she reflects on 2 dumb newbie mistakes, 1 religious experience, 1 natural disaster and 1 wild animal story. Hear about the crazy, dumb mistakes that Jessica made as a young intern in India and the other wild experiences that come wit…
 
Biography of Shri Baba Jumdevjiभारत के इतिहास में ऐसे कई महान संत हो गए जिन्होंने समाज के लिए कुछ ऐसा अनोखा कार्य किया जिसके कारण उनका नाम आज भी बड़े आदर पूर्वक लिया जाता है. आज हम आपको ऐसे महान त्यागी श्री बाबा जुमदेवजी की जीवन कहानी बताने वाले हैं जिनके अतुलनीय लोक कल्याण कार्यों के कारण हर समाज के लोग उन्हें अपना आदर्श मानते हैं. Shri Baba Jumde…
 
This week is NOT our Meghan Markle episode, but don't you worry, that's coming soon. Instead, we talk about Minari (<3), Bridgerton (:S) and the farmer protests in India (:/). We dive into Nick Jonas vaccine conspiracy theories, live listen to his new song (a big ????), and dream big about having a Patreon. Stay tuned for a before and after takes o…
 
Is COVID really worse in American than India? What did it feel like on the ground in India during the world's biggest lockdown. Why on earth would anyone travel between the US and India right now? Listen to Jessica and Abhishek share about their experience traveling from Bihar, India to Chicago and BACK AGAIN in the middle of a pandemic! Why did th…
 
Hey guy's I am Anup Karande host of Indian culture podcast. In this episode I am going to talk about the current situation of India. This podcast is also available on YouTube as India Culture podcast by A.K. Hope you will like this podcast. Support me by sharing this podcast with your friends. #Anup Karande #Maharastra #Uddhav Thackerey.--- Send in…
 
The standard for Indian-Americans is seemingly impossibly high wherever they go. Not fully accepted as "American" nor fully embraced as "fully Indian." Rashmili Vemula and Gurtej Singh join Jessica in a conversation about assimilation, cultural retention and language learning as Indian-Americans. Rashmili talks through her Telegu roots and how danc…
 
Happy 2021, dudes! New year...same problems. We're kicking off the year with a little bit of everything: Hilaria Baldwin, mask-less Nickyanka, and the jaggery of GBBO. We'll then dive into the new Wonder Woman film, which is just...yikes. Tl;dr racism is still out! Our apologies for the time lag in releasing this ep, but tune in for our LIVE reacti…
 
Direct vs indirect communication has been a painful point for Indians working with Westerners and vice versa. Craig Storti, author of “Speaking of India” draws on his decades of international consulting experience to share about the common pain points between Western and Eastern professionals. Jessica and Craig dive in deeper to see how these diffe…
 
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