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EP 36 RETURNING FROM THE EDGE – MY BATTLE WITH ALCOHOLISM

In this episode, Rajan travels to South Africa to have an open conversation with Santosh Harilal. A recovering Alcoholic whose life started to spiral out of control from the tender age of 13. The pair have an open and frank conversation about the horrific journey that nearly led to murder and the remarkable journey to sobriety.

Losing control of yourself and your actions, hurting loved ones, feeling hysterical, paranoid, or on the verge of going crazy, are all possible side-effects of alcoholism and what our guest Santosh openly speaks about.

We meet a man haunted by his horrific past actions and now, almost 12 years in sobriety, he speaks of his remarkable road to recovery, his demons, and his advice to others suffering from alcohol abuse. It is a raw, courageous account of life as an alcoholic and the gift of a new start.

A special thank you to our guest for sharing his experience with us.

Alcohol abuse –

Alcoholism, known as Alcoholic Use Disorder (AUD), is a condition in which a person has a desire or physical need to consume alcohol, even though it has a negative impact on their life. It can affect people from all walks of life.

Our community –

In some countries, alcohol abuse is a major public health concern.  Amongst our global Indian community, 1/3 of domestic violence incidents occur while intoxicated, a whopping 60% of all emergency room visits involve alcohol and it is also the most common cause of cirrhosis in our community.

Despite this, drinking is commonly normalised in our community and embraced by many as an accepted form of social engagement. Although not everyone who drinks alcohol becomes addicted, some do.

What is your experience with alcohol? Has it affected you or others around you? Have you sought help? Share your comments below.

Are you in need of help? Reach out to your sponsor or go to www.alcoholics-anonymous.org

If you would like to share your story or would like to support our work with the Global Indian Series simply go to www.globalindianseries.com

With your help, we are creating the world’s largest living encyclopedia on the human experience of being a person of Indian origin around the globe.

Presenter – Rajan Nazran

Producer – Global Indian Series/NazranRoth

Guest – Santosh Harilal

Art Design – Vanisha Patel

Social Media – @thenazrans @globalindianseries

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EP35: FROM REFUGEE TO THE HOUSE OF LORDS – THE MAN WHO CHANGED BRITAIN

It’s a real affirmation that politicians of Indian origin have arrived in the USA and the UK is lucky to already have many remarkable custodians of British politics. Of these, one of the most important members is that of Lord Rami Ranger.

In this Episode, Rajan stays in the UK to understand more about the fascinating life of Rami Ranger, from being a refugee to instituting positive change in British Politics and becoming a key member of the house of Lords.

Back Ground-

Lord Ranger’s journey has been no easy feat. Two months before he was born, his father was assassinated in now Pakistan throwing the entire family’s life in turmoil. They found themselves as refugees in present day India with his mother facing demands to put her seven children for adoption because of the hardship they were facing.

Later on in life, he sold everything he owned to make a success in the UK. From humble beginnings at KFC to changing the fabric of British politics, his podcast reflects upon the life lessons you need to know.

You can listen to more at www.globalindianseries.com

Presenter – Rajan Nazran

Producer – Global Indian Series/NazranRoth

Guest – Lord Rami Ranger

Art Design – Vanisha Patel

Social Media – @thenazrans @globalindianseries

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EP34 THE 8000 MILE JOURNEY FOR CUSTODY

It is well documented that Indian women have fallen prey to Indian men “overseas”, leaving them in a very precarious situation financially, emotionally, and in terms of health issues. But what is rarely spoken about, is when it is the man that is the victim.

Men’s Rights Activists claim that divorce and child custody laws are biased against them with approximately 18% of fathers getting full custody. In today’s ear-opening episode, Rajan goes to the USA to speak to Ravi, a guy duped into marriage and then banned from seeing his toddler daughter.  The conversation is a heartfelt account of day-to-day battles, loneliness, and judgment but above all a parent’s remarkable love and sheer determination to be reunited with his child and the huge gamble on a life-changing journey.

What are your thoughts on the subject or what have your experiences been?

You can listen to more at www.globalindianseries.com

Presenter – Rajan Nazran

Producer – Global Indian Series/NazranRoth

Guest – Ravi Patel

Art Design – Vanisha Patel

Social Media – @thenazrans @globalindianseries

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EP33: JUDGED BY AUTISM | A FATHER’S JOURNEY

Why does our community sometimes perceive Autism as taboo? And how far have we gone to not have open discussions about this subject?

The reality is, Autism is not uncommon – it is known to be the third most common developmental disorder UK and this podcast plunges straight into the devastating impact that a lack of empathy can have on a family. 

In this ear opening episode, Rajan stays in England to speak to Rahul, a father of a child with autism and the dramatic impact it has had upon his and his family’s life. The conversation is a raw, heartfelt account of day to day battles, loneliness, ostracisation from our community, but above all, love and determination to bring up a beautiful child in a beautiful world.

Do you have a story that you would like to share?

Email: Rajan@GlobalIndianSeries.com  

Presenter – Rajan Nazran

Producer – Global Indian Series / NazranRoth

Guest – Rahul Punj

Art Design – Vanisha Patel

Social Media – @thenazrans @globalindianseries

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Life of adventure | The story of the Global Indian – Made in Britain

In this episode Co-creator Rajan and Divya Nazran have an open conversation about their experiences travelling around the world, from the good, bad and scary. Discussing everything from Malaria, Car jackings, through to the power of travel and its impact on parenting, marriage, understanding oneself and shifting the tides of identity.

The podcast was inspired by a question from the audience – Special thank you to Shivani (Thailand).

Welcome to the Global Indian Podcast – the world’s greatest journey and the official platform for people of Indian origin because let’s face it – we are everywhere. My name is Rajan Nazran and I explore – for over a decade I have traveled the world piecing together the kaleidoscope that is our community – I’ve been held hostage, faced ebola, and met extraordinary individuals, in destinations that would surprise you. In this season I am joined by my dear friends, where we will be taking you on a voyage for the ears as we plunge into the human experience of being a person of Indian origin and taking a closer look at the countries we now call home. Special thanks to Taizu for the intro music.

Presenter – Rajan NazranProducer – NazranRoth/Global Indian Series

Guest –Divya Nazran

Art design – Vanisha Patel

Social media Instagram – @thenazrans @Globalindianseries

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The “hidden” apartheid they didn’t teach you – Made in South Africa

It is Black History Month but do we get taught everything in schools?  Are things better reserved for personal judgment rather than public knowledge?  How much do we really know about the key issues on hand?  In this ear-opening episode, Rajan travels to South Africa to revisit the subject of apartheid and the subsequent dramatic impact it had on people of Indian origin. He meets with the remarkable Omar Essack to learn more about his personal journey from growing up in apartheid with limiting career possibilities, to rising and running one of the country’s leading media companies, as they delve into the horrors of the past and the shifting sands of the present and how identity is still perceived in the country.  This is the history lesson, you needed to learn.

Presenter – Rajan NazranProducer – NazranRoth/Global Indian Series

Guest –Omar Essack

Art design – Vanisha Patel

Social media Instagram – @thenazrans @Globalindianseries

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THE INSIDE STORY THE MEDIA REFUSE TO SHARE – JAMMU AND KASHMIR

In this ear-opening episode, Rajan takes a trip to a small destination that has been at the centre of conflict between India and Pakistan. Today, we meet “Ridhi”.  Speaking to us anonymously,  she shares with us the truth behind the headlines and the devastating history of the region that many have misunderstood. Some elements of the Podcast can be disturbing – please listen with caution.  

Presenter – Rajan NazranProducer – NazranRoth/Global Indian Series

Guest – Ridhi 

Art design – Vanisha Patel 

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POETRY, PARENTING AND THE LIFE OF A DIPLOMAT – MADE IN ST KITTS AND NEVIS

In this ear-opening episode, Rajan takes a trip to London to meet up with writer/actor Kulvinder Ghir and poet/ Diplomat Kevin Isaac as they have a free-flowing conversation surrounding their lives and professional challenges.  From parenting to perceived identity behind status, this is one of the most moving podcasts so far, with laughter, genuine tears and poignant remarks that plunge you deeper into the notion of culture.

You can find out more about Kevin’s poetry here:https://verbalphotography.com/

Presenter – Rajan NazranProducer – NazranRoth/Global Indian Series

Guest – Kevin Isaac and Kulvinder Ghir

Art design – Vanisha Patel 

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EMPOWERMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP – MADE IN SINGAPORE

In this ear-opening episode, Rajan takes a trip to Lisbon to meet with the remarkable Chitra Stern. They speak about her inspiring upbringing in Singapore and the rise of her business interests in Portugal. It’s a candid conversation that delves into female empowerment, entrepreneurship, and how she sees the role of her religious beliefs as being a custodian for women globally and her fears surrounding a rise in nationalism.

You can find out more about Chitra Stern   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wHgcaVDeDGo

Presenter – Rajan NazranProducer – NazranRoth/Global Indian Series

Guest – Chitra Stern

Art design – Vanisha Patel

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THE 10 YEAR GAMBLE OF A DOCUMENTARY MAKER – MADE IN CANADA

In this ear-opening episode, Rajan takes a trip to the freezer of the world, that is Canada! Here he meets an extraordinary documentary maker who risked it all to tell a story of female boxers in India. Motivated by a single photo and on a shoe-string budget, little did she know that this voyage would last 10 years! This is an incredible conversation on the power of a dream and die-hard perseverance. Welcome to a conversation with Ameesha Joshi.

Presenter – Rajan NazranProducer – NazranRoth/Global Indian Series

Guest – Ameesha JoshiArt design – Vanisha Patel 

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POLICE, PREJUDICE AND IDENTITY – MADE IN THE UK

In this ear-opening episode, Rajan travels across the UK to meet with a leading police officer, who is shifting perceptions. Without a doubt, this year has been unique with #covid_19, the #blacklivesmatter movement, tearing down of #statues, a relook at #colonialism, and in some cases, an #antipolice sentiment that has begun to take further hold since the events with #georgefloyd. But here is a question, how does our community view police officers? And is there an unregistered weight of expectation that we place upon them, especially when those police officers are from within our own cultures? It seems as a community, we are happy to celebrate diversity…pending on which profession we are represented in. I have come across many individuals within the police force and it seems the weight of expectations is heavy upon their shoulders. It’s also interesting to see the dynamic of how they are viewed in public, especially since the events that took hold in America.  In today’s conversation, I will plunge you into the human factor of #globalindians serving the wider community. In this case #ukpolice.  

Presenter – Rajan NazranProducer – NazranRoth/Global Indian Series

Guest – Ranjit Singh DolArt design – Vanisha Patel 

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THE PIONEER WHO CHANGED BRITAIN- USHA PRASHAR

In this ear-opening episode, Rajan meets with Baroness Usha Prashar, a respected member of the House of Lords (UK) who has been known for her work in fighting for social justice. She played an instrumental role in the Iraq Inquiry through to overseeing the UK community foundations and being the President of the Royal Commonwealth Society. In this remarkable conversation, Rajan and Usha discuss the big issues facing the UK and the globe in general, the notion of identity and what it means to be a British Indian.

Presenter – Rajan NazranProducer – NazranRoth/Global Indian Series

Guest – Baroness Usha Prashar Art design – Vanisha Patel 

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A CONVERSATION ON TRAUMA, SOCIAL MEDIA AND IDENITY : MADE IN PAKISTAN

PART 2- In this ear-opening episode, Rajan meets with internationally famed Pakistani / Punjabi drama actor Saim Ali, where they openly discuss the big issues facing actors on the subcontinent and the mental impact that trolling has. This world-exclusive is a unique discussion that tackles an unfortunate issue that is on the rise, whilst covering the sensitivities of identity and perceived personality.

Presenter – Rajan Nazran

Producer – NazranRoth/Global Indian Series

Guest – Saim Ali

Art design – Vanisha Patel

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BREAKING THE SILENCE ON TROLLING AND MENTAL HEALTH – MADE IN PAKISTAN

In this ear-opening episode, Rajan meets with internationally famed Pakistani / Punjabi drama actor Saim Ali, where they openly discuss the big issues facing actors on the subcontinent and the mental impact that trolling has. This world-exclusive is a unique discussion that tackles an unfortunate issue that is on the rise, whilst covering the sensitivities of identity and perceived personality.

Presenter – Rajan Nazran

Producer – NazranRoth/Global Indian Series

Guest – Saim Ali Art design – Vanisha Patel

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Instagram – @thenazrans @Globalindianseries

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THE POWER OF BREAKING COMFORT ZONES – MADE IN PORTUGAL MIGUEL RIBEIRO

In this episode, explorer Rajan Nazran voyages back to Portugal to meet with a friend and entrepreneur Miguel Alves Ribeiro, who was at the helm of European growth for one of India’s leading digital space companies Zomato and now the founder of Sheerme.

Miguel reflects on his life and what ensues, is a remarkable conversation that includes the deeper connection between Portugal and India, his notion of Indianness, the need to break comfort zones, and strategies for parenting in the digital age. It is an uplifting conversation that brings together an incredible life so far as an extraordinary entrepreneur.

Presenter- Rajan Nazran

Guest – Miguel Alves Ribeiro

Executive producer- Global Indian Series /NazranRoth

Social media- Instagram – @theNazransYoutube- “Global Indian Series”

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FROM FOLK MUSIC TO CHANGING TIDES OF INDIANNESS WITH ILA ARUN PART2

Part 2: In this episode – Explorer Rajan Nazran and Global Indian Ambassador Rajesh Gopie plunge into the human experience of being a person of Indian origin in India. In this special 2-part podcast, they meet with the cultural icon Ila Arun and discover the person behind the performer and tackle topical discussions, including the shifting sands of “Indianness”, women empowerment and the craft behind the entertainment.   

This is part 2 of a 2 part conversation.You can follow atInstagram – @theNazransYoutube- “Global Indian Series”

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MY INDIANNESS | MY STORY WITH ILA ARUN

Part 1: In this episode – Explorer Rajan Nazran and Global Indian Ambassador Rajesh Gopie plunge into the human experience of being a person of Indian origin in India. In this special 2-part podcast, they meet with the cultural icon Ila Arun and discover the person behind the performer and tackle topical discussions, including the shifting sands of “Indianness”, women empowerment and the craft behind the entertainment.   

This is part 1 of a 2 part conversation.You can follow atInstagram – @theNazransYoutube- “Global Indian Series”

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HOW TO MAKE IT IN BRITAIN AS AN IMMIGRANT – IN CONVERSATION WITH VIJAY PATEL

Part 2 In this episode – Explorer Rajan Nazran plunges into the human experience of being a person of Indian origin in the UK. In this special 2-part podcast, he meets with Vijay Patel OBE, an entrepreneur and philanthropist who discusses his remarkable journey through life and we delve into topical discussions on what we see as “Indianness” and the power of heritage and the need for open discussions.   

This is part 2 of a 2 part conversation.You can follow Instagram – @theNazransYoutube- “Global Indian Series”

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THE POWER OF A MOTHER’S LOVE AND A £6000 LOAN- MADE IN ENGLAND

Part 1In this episode – Explorer Rajan Nazran plunges into the human experience of being a person of Indian origin in the UK. In this special 2-part podcast, he meets with Vijay Patel OBE, an entrepreneur and philanthropist whose journey through life has been heavily influenced by the life of his mother. A woman who, despite being subject to the harsh conditions she found herself in, worked tirelessly to help others. This is an ode to the power of actions, a question on social custodianship and the ability to achieve. 

This is part 1 of a 2 part conversation.You can follow atInstagram – @theNazransYoutube- “Global Indian Series”

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THE DARK SIDE OF THE ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY- MADE IN PAKISTAN

In this episode – Explorer Rajan Nazran along with theatre actor and social activist Rajesh Gopie, plunge into the human experience of being a person of Indian origin and the conversations you need to know. In this special 2-part podcast, the pair meet with Hajra Khan, a celebrated actress in Pakistan who delves into the dark side of the entertainment industry. 

This is part 2 of a 2 part podcast.You can follow atInstagram – @theNazransYoutube- “Global Indian Series”

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CASTING COUCH AND NEPOTISM – THE CONVERSATION YOU NEED TO HEAR

In this episode – Explorer Rajan Nazran along with theatre actor and social activist Rajesh Gopie, plunge into the human experience of being a person of Indian origin and the conversations you need to know. In this special 2-part podcast, the pair meet with Hajra Khan, a celebrated actress in Pakistan who delves into the dark side of the entertainment industry. 

This is part 1 of a 2 part podcast.You can follow atInstagram – @theNazransYoutube- “Global Indian Series”

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MY GRANDFATHER AND ME | ELA GANDHI – MADE IN SOUTH AFRICA

Part 3- In this episode – Explorer Rajan Nazran along with theatre actor and social activist Rajesh Gopie, plunge into the human experience of being a person of Indian origin in South Africa. In this special 3-part podcast, the pair meet with Ela Gandhi, a peaceful activist who discusses the big issues facing South Africa and her extraordinary life in pursuit of positive change. In part 3, we look at the Indian communities struggle for freedom of South Africa and the shifting legacy of her Grandfather – Mahatma Gandhi This is part 3 of a 3 part podcast.You can follow atInstagram – @theNazransYoutube- “Global Indian Series”

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RIOTS IN SOUTH AFRICA – Ela Gandhi Part 2

Part 2-  

In this episode – Explorer Rajan Nazran along with theatre actor and social activist Rajesh Gopie, plunge into the human experience of being a person of Indian origin in South Africa. In this special 3-part podcast, the pair meet with Ela Gandhi, a peaceful activist who discusses the big issues facing South Africa and her extraordinary life in pursuit of positive change. In part 2, we look at the issues surrounding racism, the riots that took place in South Africa, and how it shaped her as a person. 

This is part 2 of a 3 part podcast.

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THE TIME FOR PEACE WITH ELA GANDHI

 In this episode – Explorer Rajan Nazran along with theatre actor and social activist Rajesh Gopie, plunge into the human experience of being a person of Indian origin in South Africa. In this special 3-part podcast, the pair meet with Ela Gandhi, a peaceful activist who discusses the big issues facing South Africa, her extraordinary life in pursuit of positive change, and the changing legacy of her grandfather Mahatma Gandhi.

This is part 1 of a 3 part podcast.

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Youtube- “Global Indian Series”

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SEASON 2

Rajan Nazran along with his friends plunge into the experience of being of Indian Origin as they travel across the globe in pursuit of answers to some big questions. In this ear-opening episode, we look at the coming season and the big discussions taking place.  

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Season recap – Emotions of the podcast

Rajan and Kulvinder plunge into the experience of being of Indian Origin as they travel across the globe in pursuit of answers to some big questions. In this ear-opening episode, the pair catch up and recap over the season so far and the extraordinary times in which we all live. From discussions on the BLM protests through to the state of affairs for Global Indians, this is an open and emotional conversation that looks back on the journey so far.  

 

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MEET THE GLOBE TROTTING FAMILY OF PORTUGAL – THE SAMROWS

Rajan and Kulvinder plunge into the experience of being of Indian Origin as they travel across the globe in pursuit of answers to some big questions. In this ear-opening episode, Rajan meets the Samrow family, whose own extraordinary experience of moving countries gives us a deeper insight into the notion of Indianness and living in a globalised environment. We talk about everything from the changing tides in India, issues of identity in Portugal, marriage, and all the colours in between. 

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THE SOUTH AFRICA THEY DIDN’T WANT YOU TO KNOW ABOUT

Rajan and Kulvinder plunge into the experience of being of Indian Origin as they travel across the globe in pursuit of answers to some big questions. In this ear-opening episode, Rajan meets Rajesh Gopie. A renowned actor, writer, producer, and social activist who discusses the Indian experiences of Post-Apartheid South Africa and the strange dynamics at play. 

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BEING CHRISTIAN IN MUMBAI – MADE IN INDIA

Rajan and Kulvinder plunge into the experience of being of Indian Origin as they travel across the globe in pursuit of answers to some big questions. In this ear-opening episode, they meet Jolly Kochery. An entrepreneur who tackles the issues of identity and what it’s like for him, being a Christian in Mumbai. 

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I NEARLY TOOK MY OWN LIFE | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE – MADE IN THE CARIBBEAN

This is Part 2 of Episode 6 – In this ear-opening episode, we delve into Anisa’s life and the inspiration behind her video – Warrior.  What emerges will shock you. This is a raw account of a terrifying experience, one that has become all too common across the globe. This should be a rising call to action, to make deep changes and evolve for the sake of our Indianness. 

 

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CHUTNEY MUSIC LOVE AFFAIR – MADE IN THE CARIBBEAN

Rajan and Kulvinder plunge into the experience of being of Indian Origin as they travel across the globe in pursuit of answers to some big questions. In this ear-opening episode, they meet recording artists Anisa Singh, who introduces them to the unique styles and rhythms of chutney music.  We explore the issues facing artists and big questions surrounding culture. This is part 1 of a 2 part conversation. 

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FROM MUMBAI TO URUGUAY – A CHEFS DREAM

Rajan and Kulvinder plunge into the experience of being of Indian Origin as they travel across the globe in pursuit of answers to some big questions. In this ear-opening episode they meet Aparna Soni in Uruguay, who faced a total dislocation of language and culture to pursue her dream. We explore how her “Indianness” has evolved and the power of “what if?”  

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The globalindian’s Podcast MADE IN KENYA – MEET THE GLOBAL INDIAN WHO IS AFRICANISING MUSIC

Rajan and Kulvinder plunge into the experience of being of Indian origin as they travel across the globe in pursuit of answers to some big questions. In this ear-opening episode, they meet Alisha Popat in Kenya, a musician on a mission to “Africanise” music, whilst discussing the struggles of identity and what nationality means. 

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COOKING WITH MARIJUANA – THE HIDDEN RECIPIES OF INDIA

Rajan and Kulvinder plunge into the experience of being Indian origin as they travel across the globe in pursuit of answers to some big questions. In this ear-opening episode, they meet Celebrity chef and fellow explorer Neeraj Tyagi, a chef who is on a mission to transform the taste buds of a nation. WARNING do not listen to this when hungry!

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ENDING IDENITY POLITICS – WITH H.E PRESIDENT DONALD RAMOTAR

Rajan and Kulvinder plunge into the experience of being of Indian origin as they travel across the globe in pursuit of answers to some big questions. In this ear-opening episode, they meet H.E Donald Ramotar, former President of Guyana and a global Indian on a mission to bring fairness back into politics. This is a heartfelt conversation with a leader of a nation and a pertinent discussion that will leave you unmoored from what you thought you knew. Welcome to a conversation surrounding influence, politics, life, and an ode to humanity. 

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CHANGIN THE FACE OF HIP HOP AMERICA

Rajan and Kulvinder plunge into the experience of being of Indian origin as they travel across the globe in pursuit of answers to some big questions. In this ear-opening episode, they meet Manan Pandya, a global Indian on a mission to change the face of hip-hop in America. This is a remarkable conversation of shared “Indianness” and pertinent discussions that will leave you unmoored from what you thought you knew. Welcome to a conversation surrounding music, life, and an ode to culture.

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EP 36 RETURNING FROM THE EDGE – MY BATTLE WITH ALCOHOLISM

In this episode, Rajan travels to South Africa to have an open conversation with Santosh Harilal. A recovering Alcoholic whose life started to spiral out of control from the tender age of 13. The pair have an open and frank conversation about the horrifi…

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