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"The People of the Black Circle" is one of the original novellas about Conan the Cimmerian, written by American author Robert E. Howard and first published in Weird Tales magazine in three parts over the September, October and November 1934 issues. It is set in the pseudo-historical Hyborian Age and concerns Conan kidnapping a regal princess of Vendhya (pre-historical India) and foiling a nefarious plot of world domination by the Black Seers of Yimsha. Due to its epic scope and atypical Hind ...
 
The People of the Black Circle" is one of the original novellas about Conan the Cimmerian, written by American author Robert E. Howard and first published in Weird Tales magazine in three parts over the September, October and November 1934 issues. Howard earned $250 for the publication of this story. It is set in the pseudo-historical Hyborian Age and concerns Conan kidnapping a regal princess of Vendhya (pre-historical India) and foiling a nefarious plot of world domination by the Black See ...
 
MyIndMakers is your weekly destination for insightful podcasts on Indian and US politics, history, literature, strategic affairs and more. Do subscribe and do tune in every week. MyIndMakers (www.myind.net) is a Startup Platform for the exchange of Ideas; a place to argue and dissect status quo and most prominently to inspire everyone to contribute to public life.
 
Shava Sadhana is a sanskrit term meaning meditation on a dead body. The meditating person sits down on a fresh corpse on the cremation ground and calls for the mother Smashan Kali who dwells there with immaterial spirits, so that she can possess the dead body and get in contact with the meditating person. Swamiji Shree Shree Kalidasha, the creator of the project Shava Sadhana, travelled to Calcutta many times on his numerous journeys to India. Calcutta, the centre of the Kali-cult, has fasci ...
 
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In this episode we’re discussing the withdrawal of U.S troops from Afghanistan and how that will affect India and more broadly, what it means for the region around us. U.S. president Joe Biden has declared that he will withdraw all remaining U.S troops from Afghanistan by September 11. It's been 20 years since the terror attack on U.S. soil that pr…
 
In this episode of the podcast we discuss various issues related to India’s vaccine shortage, the recent decision to grant emergency use authorization to a host of foreign-produced vaccines and the stand-off between the Centre and States over vaccine supply. Guest: Jacob Koshy, Deputy Science Editor, The Hindu…
 
After daily new COVID-19 cases peaked on September 16, 2020, during the first wave, new cases and deaths in India began to increase from the third week of February 2021, marking the beginning of the second wave. The rise in daily cases and deaths has been steep since April 1. On April 14, India reported nearly 2 lakh cases. The seven-day average te…
 
In today’s episode we are in conversation with author Sanjaya Baru about his new book India’s Power Elite: Class, Caste and a Cultural Revolution. The ascent of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the national arena has disrupted politics as we knew it and the BJPs’ subsequent dominance over political discourse has led sociologists and political commen…
 
India-China relations stand at a crossroads after the border crisis in 2020. Where do relations go from here, and how should India engage with China going forward even as it confronts a widening power gap with its neighbour? A new paper by a group of six authors including a former Ambassador to China, economists and scientists outline what the auth…
 
A terrorist act in Iran claims of a cyber attack by Israel. A flood of tributes some especially telling words about Prince Philip. Emerging from lockdown Monday is reopening day for England & Wales. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Von Breakfast with Bongani Bingwa
 
On Friday (April 9), India said it protested a U.S. decision to conduct a navy patrol in India's Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) in the western Indian Ocean. The Ministry of External Affairs highlighted India's position on the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) that the Convention does not authorise other States to carry out mil…
 
In the last episode of our series analysing each State where Assembly elections are taking place, we’re looking at Assam and giving you an overview of the major issues at play there. The battle for Assam has big implications for the Congress and BJP. For the latter, gaining a second term in Assam would cement the party’s hold on the northeast where…
 
The vaccine blood clot problem a rethink on Oxford-AstraZeneca. Tiger’s car crash LA police say speed was the key factor. Where’s wally Britain’s only wild walrus has disappeared. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Von Breakfast with Bongani Bingwa
 
We recorded this episode on the day that Kerala is going to vote in the 2021 Assembly Elections to recap the major issues and dynamics at play in the election. The CPM-led LDF is hoping to buck Kerala’s long anti-incumbency trend by returning to power on a combination of factors such as efficient administration, welfare programmes and heavy investm…
 
Aadit Kapadia is joined by author and columnist D V Sridharan who has most recently written the book Good News India. they are also joined by Praveen Tiwary from Bloomsbury India which has published the book. The books talks about The Heroes who have made a huge impact across India with their activities with a positive impact on ecology, environmen…
 
In this episode, we are in conversation with author and wildlife conservationist Neha Sinha about her new book Wild and Wilful in which she chronicles tales of 15 iconic Indian species which are in need of conservation. To celebrate nature’s beauty and to also highlight the trauma that humans are inflicting on animals and birds, is a requisite attr…
 
In this episode, we continue our state by state analysis of this set of assembly elections currently underway and we look at Tamil Nadu which goes to vote on April 6. We often frame the question, for each state, in terms of what has changed politically since the last assembly election in 2016 and nowhere has the change been as dramatic as seismic a…
 
In this episode, we look at China's plans for a Digital Currency, officially titled the Digital Currency Electronic Payment (DCEP), also known as the digital RMB (the Renminbi is China’s currency). In February, the People's Bank of China (PBOC) launched the latest round of pilot trials, with reported plans of a major roll-out by the end of the year…
 
Last year, after several months of COVID-19 positive cases on the rise, India saw a decline in cases after September, even though lockdown restrictions were lifted, and economic and other activity resumed. From March onwards this year however, there has once again been a steep rise in infections, in what many are terming the country's 'second wave'…
 
In this episode Mat McDermott speaks with Prof Chris Fici. What sets Chris apart is that he manages to stand balanced authentically in a couple of worlds that don’t always, shall we say, play well together: The academy and the world of devoted Hindus. He was born a Catholic and went on to be a monk in the Gaudiya Vaishnav lineage, before embarking …
 
The Nazi question did Britain turn a blind eye to “useful Nazis” after WW2. Eurovision song controversy it’s the Russian song that’s making waves. A Suez crisis an unholy traffic jam as a huge ship has blocked the canal. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Von Breakfast with Bongani Bingwa
 
Aadit Kapadia is joined by Sachin Tripathi, Kiran Gajendra and Shishir Shetty from Chicago to discuss how the city council voted against the Anti India resolution. They discuss the versions of the resolution, how the first version wasn't factual in parts and the Indian American community uniting against it.…
 
In this episode Suhag Shukla speaks with Aditi Banerjee. Aditi is a book author, essayist, and attorney, whose first novel, The Curse of Gandhari — which gives a perspective on the Mahabharata from the unique viewpoint of one of the matriarchs of the Hindu epic. Hope you enjoy it.Von Hindu American Foundation
 
Australian floods thousands of people are being evacuated. A surfer struck by lightning an Olympic hopeful has died. A volcanic tourist attraction it’s an erupting volcano in Iceland. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Von Breakfast with Bongani Bingwa
 
In this edition of MyInd Podcast we discuss the Bengal Elections. Will BJP oust Mamata Banerjee?Aadit Kapadia is joined by mathematician, author and columnist Abhishek Banerjee as they discuss the Bengal Polls, BJP's rise, Mamata's injury and Yashwant Sinha in TMC. They also talk about the news of the week including Dr S Jaishankar rebuttal to thos…
 
America’s massage Parlour murders but were they racially motivated. Royal conversations Meghan’s friend has spoken out on American TV. Frisky Welsh goats an unexpected side effect of pandemic restrictions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Von Breakfast with Bongani Bingwa
 
In this episode HAF Director of Human Rights Deepali Kulkarni speaks with Bhuwan Pyakurel, a refugee from Bhutan who emigrated to the United States, settled in Ohio, and is now a city council member. He talks about what led to the Hindu community of Bhutan to be expelled from the Himalayan nation, the challenges of being a refugee in India, and his…
 
In this episode Mat McDermott speaks with Mandar Apte. Mandar’s a former petroleum engineer turned filmmaker meditation teacher, and ambassador for peace. We discuss his documentary From India With Love, his work teaching police officers how to meditate, and how the pandemic his changed his teaching. More info: Cities4Peace.…
 
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