Sunday, 2 September 2012

J K Jauhar


Meet Jitendra Jauhar, Jitendra lives in New Delhi and belongs to a family of freedom fighters and philanthropists.
In the first part he shares with us his family upbringing and his views on the current obstacles faced by India.

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Saturday, 30 June 2012

Thursday, 31 May 2012

Javitri Devi


Meet Javitri Devi, Javitri washes dishes in people’s homes and clean houses and do whatever daily work she can get her hands on.
She left her village over thirty years back with her daughters and moved to a small town, to make a living and to just basically survive. She shares with us her innermost desire.

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Monday, 30 April 2012

Bhagwat Saran


King Akbar, his witty minister Birbal, Anna Hazare and revolution... how are they linked together?
Meet Bhagwat Saran, Bhagwat runs a small general store and has interests in History and Economics. He shares his views on the new Indian revolution.

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Saturday, 31 March 2012

Mukti Narayan


What’s the connection between Bhakti Yoga and Sufi Seer Bulleh Shah’s poetry?
Meet Mukti Narayan, I found him in the city of Haridwar. He was born deaf. He is an Auyrvedic medicine practitioner (Vaidya) and a Hindu (Vaishnav) philosopher.

His ability to read lips (most of the time) helps him converse like anyone else. He wasn’t very keen in speaking in front of the camera but his grandson convinced him otherwise.

I started the conversation by asking him – “Why is there a need for Kundalini Awakening in Yogic school of thought?”

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Monday, 20 February 2012

Attar Jogi


Meet Attar Singh, Attar comes from Shamli village in Uttar Pradesh. In his village he works as a seasonal worker and every summer he travels alone to the holy city of Haridwar. He says he comes to Haridwar for a glimpse (Darsana) of mother Ganges (the river) and to do only one thing and that is to sing folksongs on the life of Lord Shiva and his wife Parvati.


Friday, 27 January 2012

Culture & Bollywood


Meet Prem Raj Soni, a filmmaker from Mumbai (Bombay) shares his views on the Indian culture and the culture of Bollywood and on how the films reflect the changes happening in a country.