Never did we think we would miss the crowd and chaos. The lockdown has given us a chance to look at the world afresh. After even just a few days of social distancing and self-quarantining, it’s natural to need a little pick-me-up to help get through the lonely days cooped up inside.
The outbreak of coronavirus has not only been disruptive, but it has also left a countless number of people stuck inside with nothing to do but worry. If you’re one of those many, why not give your mind some rest and binge-listen & watch some of the great comforts shows that are currently streaming on Spotify, Amazon, Savan etc…from the safe and comfort of your home.
The current generation is obsessed with the web or the internet. TV, which was the biggest source of entertainment has also been sidelined with the popularity of web series and Netflix.
Some of the podcasts are so relatable and that you wish they never end. I picked out some of the best light-hearted Indian & foreign podcasts that you can binge-Listen. Which will have a positive impact on you.
The streaming service is bound to be everyone’s closest BFF during the coronavirus pandemic, but finding the perfect show to calm fears isn’t always easy.
Positive & High-Spirited Podcasts That Will Motivate You.
If you are a fanatic fan of Indian & foreign podcasts. Check out these uplifting podcasts for some much-needed respite from what’s going on in the world then here is the list of podcasts that you can enjoy and something that will motivate you. So its time to BINGE-LISTEN!!
1. The Sanskaari Sass Podcast
The Sanskaari Sass Podcast comes under the digital content vertical of Sanskaari Sass. This podcast and platform were started by Ruchika Agarwal, to make feminism and feminist theory more accessible while amplifying diverse voices.
2. The House of Nari
The House of Nari podcast is a series started by Prabhjit Bains, a podcaster from Delhi. Through the House of Nari podcasts, she aims to provide a platform for women to make their music and have their voices heard. She features members of Coven Code, a femme collective that aspires to build a creative culture around sound. She is trying to shape the nightlife and sound-based spaces in the city to be more femme friendly and safe.
Each episode features a different member from the collective, incorporating their diverse tastes in music; conversations range from what it means to be a woman in the industry to spirituality, politics, and mental health. The aim of the House of Nari podcast is to help more women do radio and podcasting.
3. Fat. So?
In Fat. So? Ameya and Pallavi discuss being fat—the pain, the joy, the learning, the dark humor, and the silver lining. They talk about body image, societal norms, working hard at self-love, failing at weight loss, loneliness, food, love, and sex! The podcast is trying to fight the fatphobia that is deeply ingrained in society.
4. Off The Vine – Kaitlyn Bristowe
Ready to shake things up? Kaitlyn is creating a space where girls (and gents) can feel empowered to be themselves… because there’s more to life than Instagram, right? Kaitlyn isn’t afraid to keep it real as she talks with her amazing guests! Get ready for lots of laughs, candid convo, taboo topics, unfiltered advice, and wine… lots of wine!
5. Be Positive| Stay Positive
Success means something different to everyone. Wealth, happiness and love are the most common life successes but why can’t you have all three you ask? YOU CAN! This podcast will guide you to positivity and happiness. With practice, you can have, be and do everything you desire.
6. HELP ME BE ME
Help Me Be Me is full of practical tools to help you overcome a variety of emotional challenges. Each episode is broken into three parts: the what, the why, and the how: the tools. I start with context because once you understand why something’s happening, the solutions become logical.
7. NRI Woman
NRI Woman began as a FB community page in 2017 for South Asian NRI women to come together discuss their common experiences, such as the problems they face, why we moved to another country, what’s it like to assimilate into another culture and on a larger scale addressing the need to talk about things openly – for example mental health, making friends, lack of a support system, raising kids as a single parent, addiction and many more. The hosts of the show are Bettina Tauro and Ninorah Brookshire.
8.The Lady Gang
The lady gang is a celebrity-driven brand for women by women, from the minds and mouths of Keltie knight, Jack Vanek, and Becca Tobin. the lady gang features an exponentially-growing female, the millennial fanbase of bad bitches.
The lady gang began as a movement to help women feel less alone. by offering content that was unapologetic, unfiltered, and very real, the lady gang community has grown into millions
9. Jess and Monica Love Love Series
Armchair Expert presents Monica and Jess Love Boys is a series that follows the relationship struggles of two opposites. Jess, who dates too much and Monica who dates too little. They approach relationships from opposing ends but ultimately find that the underlying issues are universal.
10. The Vision-Nari
The Vision-Nari podcast is hosted by Swati Rawat where she interviews women leaders, entrepreneurs, and visionaries across fields to learn about their lives, inspirations, and aspirations. The idea occurred to her when she, being an avid podcast listener, was searching for a show which featured stories of Indian women and found none.
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