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What Are Some Best Indian Podcasts by Women?

November 17, 2022

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What Are Some Best Indian Podcasts by Women?

Podcasts are the newest and most popular form of communication. Podcasts are audio series for mobile and computer devices that may be listened to from anywhere at any time. Podcasts are made around industry-specific topics. talking about anything and everything. The new podcasts would be launched on their respective channels, but one could stream the podcast on various music streaming platforms like Spotify, Apple Podcasts, etc.

Around 4 million people around the world consume podcasts. The buzz it creates is phenomenal. Podcasts can create an experience that one enjoys thoroughly. On a more lighthearted note, did you know “ food “that is a visual retreat is consumed in the form of a podcast? Yes, this medium has proven to be powerful in making a difference and creating a voice. This popular medium is used by many women to make a difference. From arts to technology, feminism to LGBTQ+, technology and entrepreneurship, etc. Podcasts hosted by women are gaining popularity because of the speakers’ genuine, open talks and perspectives that spread education, information, laughter, and confidence to break down barriers.

The Vision Nari 

Vision-Nari is the most popular women’s podcast hosted by Swati Rawat. The podcast invites women visionaries to bring change into the world through their expertise and unique business ideas.

The Vision Nari podcast talks about the journey, objective, story and struggles faced behind their vision. The Vision Nari podcast has become a dedicated place to know the entrepreneurial journey of women and give others a chance to listen to their stories. As women entrepreneurs are barely recognized with few channels, Vision Nari is an inspirational podcast for Indian women that is spreading confidence among budding women entrepreneurs.

Listen to the podcast here.

The Mohua Show

The Mohua Show is a weekly top podcast for women hosted by Mohua Chinappa. Mohua interviews personalities from various fields, from arts to lifestyle, business and technology to women empowerment and LGBTQ+ etc. The show has recently completed 100 successful episodes. It is one of the most consistent and popular podcasts for Indian women that recognizes people from different backgrounds and strives to share their journeys with the world. The Mohua Show mostly picks the topic are social challenges. The recent podcast “Medical textbooks do not recognize transgender people” highlights the efforts made by The Mohua Show to listen, appreciate and make the stories available for the world to create a Social Change.

Available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music and Jio Saavn.

Listen to the podcast here.

Fat, so? 

As the name mentions, Fat, So? Is the female empowerment podcast hosted by Ameya Nagarajan and Pallavi Nath that is creating awareness about body shaming? The show revolves around the opinion about losing weight, bringing up the candid conversations, journeys and struggles women face while combating body shaming. Ameya and Pallavi bring up the conversation about unnoticed taunts, having a perfect body type, societal norms, food, loneliness, weight loss, love, and sex and are striving to create awareness among women and society towards acceptance.

Listen to the podcast here.

Chuski Pop 

Chuski Pop is the fortnightly podcast hosted by Sweety and Pappu on every possible topic, from Indian culture to sexuality and feminism, LGBTQ+, music, Bollywood, Cultural perspectives, etc.

With many seasons and a lot of episodes, Sweety and Pappu describe the show Chuski Pop with sassy lines calling themselves “Two desi chicks riding the fourth wave of feminism in our salwar kameez and golden heels while flipping birds to aunties & bringing you stories from far-away lands and from our own motherland”.

Listen to the podcast here

Real Talk With Smriti Notani

The podcast hosted by Smriti Notani addresses the daily struggles faced in Indian lives. The podcast creates awareness of Mental health, Life advice, stories of struggle, the importance of self-care and many topics that go unnoticed in our daily errands. Smriti Notani is a blogger and lifestyle writer who talks about things that affect our day-to-day lives and how change can be brought about, and she believes in keeping things, conversations and podcast real!

Listen to the podcast here.

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