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Direct download: Ghachar_Ghochar_Part2.mp3
Category:GARI -- posted at: 1:25am CDT

Direct download: Ghachar_Ghochar_Part1.mp3
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In part two of Traversing Raagas, Deepa Ganesh discusses her experiences with Gangubai Hangal, who was a Indian Classical Singer of the Khyal genre from the Kirana Gharana in Hindustani Classical Music. Gangubai lived a simple, humble life in Hubli, a city in the state of Dharwad in Karnataka. She was always generous and kind to all the people around her, often sharing sweets, cheer and joy. After meeting her for a brief time during Gangubai's birthday, Deepa wrote an article on her for Frontline and the response to the article was huge. In reply to this response, Three Essays, a publisher based in Delhi, commissioned Deepa to write a book on her. Deepa lived with Gangubai inside her house and started writing the book in 2007. Gangubai faced several difficulties in her life due to the caste system and gender inequalities where women were discouraged from taking up singing as a form of employment. Deepa published the book "A Life in Three Octaves" in 2013, which chronicled the life and fond memories of Gangubai Hangal. Her legacy continues through her voice and soulful music. 
At the end of this podcast, we hear Gangubai Hangal's recital of Raag Shuddha Kalyan.
Bumpers by Hamid Hassan ​
Direct download: DeepaGanesh_Gari_part2.mp3
Category:GARI -- posted at: 4:20pm CDT

Deepa Ganesh has been a student of music, a journalist and has been writing about music since a long time. She speaks about her initial experiences on writing about music and how writing on music theory were emphasized more than music appreciation. According to her, writing from and on the experience of music is more important than the geometries of it. 

She has met renowned musicians like Kishori Amonkar, Gangubai Hangal and studied both the families of music , Carnatic and Hindustani Classical music. She feels music can be divided through their temporal qualities rather than rigidities of external systems. 

Bumpers by Hamid Hassan.

Edited by Ritwik Kaikini.

Direct download: DeepaGanesh_Gari_part1.mp3
Category:GARI -- posted at: 1:02pm CDT

In the second part of this podcast, <a href="http://www.mssriram.in/">MS Sriram</a>, a professor at the Indian Institute of Management(Bangalore), a nationally renowned consultant in finance and a writer, shares experiences of his experience of writing about finance in Kannada, the language of Karnataka, India. He reflects on how writers should not be rigid in translating every word but should retain a few indigenous flavours for the readers. Sriram speaks about wit and the humor of Y N Krishnamurthy (fondly known as 'YNK') , a trend setting journalist, editor and 'pun'dit.

Direct download: Gari_Episode_4-_MS_SriramPart_2.mp3
Category:GARI -- posted at: 10:44pm CDT

In the first part of this podcast, MS Sriram, a professor at the Indian Institute of Management, a nationally renowned consultant in finance and a writer in Kannada, shares experiences of his interactions with rural handicraft makers. These handicraft makers are happy as they are not polluted by greed. He explains how his stories and characters are spaced in an area of a different spoken language (telugu), which helps him transcend political and other stereotypical slangs of the language in which he writes (kannada). He also talks about how a non-kannada city like Hyderabad becomes the muse of another major Kannada poet, K V Tirumalesh. Stay tuned next week for part 2.

Direct download: Gari_episode_3-_MS_Sriram_Part_1.mp3
Category:GARI -- posted at: 10:35am CDT

Duniya Soori, the acclaimed movie director, in conversation with Jayant Kaikini(Part 2). From strokes of paint on advertisement boards to directing and producing full fledged movies that drew influence from his life experiences, Soori speaks about interesting insights and the lessons he's learnt over the years, behind the paintbrush and the camera along with his crew and his own life. His latest venture 'Tagaru' deals with urban terror and the vulnerable common man. (The podcast is spoken in Kannada, the language of Karnataka,India)

Bumpers by Charan Raj,a blossoming music director in the Indian film Industry.
Gari(ಗರಿ) is an Indian multilingual podcast initiative produced and directed by Ritwik Kaikini.

Direct download: Gari_Duniya_Soori_Part_2_.mp3
Category:GARI -- posted at: 2:11pm CDT

Duniya Soori, the acclaimed movie director, in conversation with Jayant Kaikini. From strokes of paint on advertisement boards to directing and producing full fledged movies that drew influence from his life experiences, Soori speaks about interesting insights and the lessons he's learnt over the years behind the paintbrush and the camera along with his crew and his own life. His latest venture 'Tagaru' deals with urban terror and the vulnerable common man. Here's a glimpse: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLpbOkns6Vs   

Direct download: Suri_Part_1_edit.mp3
Category:GARI -- posted at: 1:22pm CDT

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