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Do You Feel It Too?

Author: Soundarya Jayachandran

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A podcast dedicated to talking to people from across the world with different lives and backgrounds about their every days, social issues, perspectives and everything in between. Something we can all relate to despite distance and disparities.Hosted by Soundarya Jayachandran, a musician from India.
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I talk to Daphene, originally from Brazil about her struggles of being one of the few brazillians to fly to Toronto to be able to further her education and pursue her career, her research with the future of cell research and their ethical dilemmas and all the traditions that she misses back home being away from family.
For the 20th episode, I speak to Abheet Anand about his multidimensionally creative world, his love for coffee and the beauty and significance of the shopping cart theory.
I talk to the founders and creators of Backyard- an anti cafe space in Chennai,India about being one of a kind in the whole country, their motivating reason behind creating the space and about always following your gut.
I talk to Erica Vetra about her 24 year old Yoga legacy, understanding the true meaning of the craft and rescuing her pet squirrel,Claude.
Educator, Muscat

Educator, Muscat

2020-08-2629:23

I talk to Matoo about our childhood in Muscat, what it was like to have been affected by being at the epicentre of one of the the strongest cyclones in the Arabian Sea back in June 2007 and the learnings that followed from having been a student of 10 years of educational globe trotting to now residing on the other side of the table.
Architect, Beirut

Architect, Beirut

2020-08-0708:12

I narrate the story of an Architect from Beirut,Lebanon about the blast that happened 5 mins away from her on the 4th of August, 2020 and the state of affairs of her people and country following the blast.
Playback Singer, Delhi

Playback Singer, Delhi

2020-07-1836:59

On the last episode of the season, I talk to Sharvi from Delhi about going from being a jazz performer to a playback singer in Bollywood, her inability to understand why being "professional" is narrow and her qualms with destiny prospectively trumping effort.
Educator, Texas

Educator, Texas

2020-07-1030:57

I talk to Erin about the well known culture of home schooling in Texas, the major life and cultural changes she faced in the two years she spent in Bangalore as an expat, helping the expat community with The Vine and all about what it's like to fly back home and tide through airports nowadays with the pandemic.
Pro Poker Player, Goa

Pro Poker Player, Goa

2020-07-0632:51

I talk to Abhishek Goindi about a day in the life of a professional poker player, why poker isn't gambling contrary to what most believe like to believe,the life principles one could imbibe from the polarities of the game and his staunch belief in the probabilistic and solution minded alternate way of living.
Mountaineer, Pune

Mountaineer, Pune

2020-06-3038:53

I talk to Shardul about his love for the violin and travel, founding the Pune school of music, his near death experience on the Himalayan trek and what he thinks truly makes a responsible traveller.
I talk to Anindita, a communication strategist from Bangalore about shielding the human touch in a highly digitalised world of communication, her efforts to help on the migrant and NRI issues front along with her mother and notes on introspection during the lockdown.
Dad, Bahrain

Dad, Bahrain

2020-06-2424:47

For the 10th episode of the season, I decided to bring my dad on from Bahrain and talk to him about his childhood, his greatest struggles growing up and the evolution of our relationship over time.
I talk to Bollywood actress Barbie Rajput about dabbling in the worlds of music and poetry, her roots in Indian Classical art and her journey in the public eye dealing with social media bullying.
Student, Barcelona

Student, Barcelona

2020-06-1426:29

I talk to Poorvi, a lighting designer from Bangalore about the alchemy behind lighting design, the time she spent with her family after being away from home for about 12 years and her thoughts on in person communication during the pandemic.
Musician, Mumbai

Musician, Mumbai

2020-06-0837:05

I talk to singer-songwriter Tejas Menon about what it truly means to be a musician today's day and age, his pop culture podcast called 'Geek Fruit' and who the person behind 'Tejas' really is.
I talk to my cousin Vikram about our artsy family, taking a break from the corporate world, the dynamics of creating a music project with the sibling and analysing the mechanics of general road rage.
I talk to Natasha Suresh, a chartered accountant from Mumbai and my oldest friend about the ubiquitous guilt of self care, her challenges in the corporate world of stocks and numbers and living with her grandparents during the pandemic.
Engineer, LA

Engineer, LA

2020-05-3033:10

I talk to Joshua Michael, an engineer from LA with some of the finest piano skills about his life choices, living half way across the world from his family and his idea of patriotism.
Economist, Dubai

Economist, Dubai

2020-05-2430:15

I talk to Sasha Carlotta, an economist from Dubai about reality of making economic decisions at a highly volatile time, her education across multiple countries, the crux of apology research and her love for Singaporean food.
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