Season 1 – Episode 7 – Sunitha has a green thumb

Book day is not complete without a story. So here goes  –  a story about  me, my mom and my childhood. Visualise the imagery, the setting and the characters. Send me the feedback on

Season 1 – Episode 8 – Woman the Secondclass citizen yet…

“It is impossible to think about the welfare of the world unless the condition of women is improved. It is impossible for a bird to fly on only one wing.” — Swami Vivekananda The quote clearly implies the equal status that a woman should hold. But in reality it is far from it. Although manyContinue reading “Season 1 – Episode 8 – Woman the Secondclass citizen yet…”

Season 1 – Episode 10 – Troll Strike

Trolling is a topic suggested by the listeners.  Trolling is the act of leaving an insulting message on the internet in order to annoy someone. Trolling also happens on sites like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Trolling is generally about provoking a reaction. Trolls enjoy seeing people hurt.

Season 1 – Episode 11 – The Leap of Faith

Trust in Life, Trust in employees, Trust in human beings pre se is a very essential factor in a civilised society. The episode begins with a story from the Mahabharata involving Duryodhana and Bheeshma pitamaha which could have changed the outcome of the Kurukshetra war. how to build this trust among the children? Listen inContinue reading “Season 1 – Episode 11 – The Leap of Faith”

Season 1 – Episode 12 – A Penny for Your thoughts

Empathy is learned behaviour even though the capacity for it is inborn.  An attuned mother who is receptive to her child’s needs and cues is the one who permits her baby to thrive and develop emotionally. Empathy involves identifying with what someone is feeling and, additionally, actually feeling those feelings yourself.

Season 1 – Episode 13 – A frame of Reference

Quite often, We Try and Impose our Perspectives on Others and Then wonder what went Wrong. What comes first? Perspective or perception? Are they one and the same? Do not let perspectives be based on other people’s experiences. Build them on your own.

Season 1 – Episode 14 – Laugh your way through Life

Medical experts say that laughter chases the toxins out of our system and makes us feel greatly refreshed, physically and mentally. This is probably the reason behind the adage – some bring happiness wherever they go, and some bring happiness whenever they go.

Season 1 -Episode 15 – Cockroach theory and Sunder Pichai

Reactions are always instinctive whereas responses are always well thought of. Sunder Pichhai narrated the story of the American Cockroach and human behaviour which is now known as cockroach theory of self development.

Seeason 1 – Episode 20 – Creeping normality – Gordian Knot

Creeping normality – Gordian knot deals with the inabiality to jump and start afresh. This could be applicable to human relationshps, organisations etc. A case in point discussed is Kodak. Creeping normality is also called landscape amnesia.

Season 2 Episode 1 Deal with the Fear of Maths

This episode has been published and can be heard everywhere your podcast is available. We have with us an academician of repute Dr Ram Chandra G Kothari who was the Dean, Faculty of education and psychology at the Maharaja Sayajirao University Baroda and the Vice Chancellor of Veer Narmad South Gujarat University Surat.He talks candidly toContinue reading “Season 2 Episode 1 Deal with the Fear of Maths”

Season 2 Episode 3 – No Boundaries

This episode has been published and can be heard everywhere your podcast is available. Manjushree runs a specialized instruction-inclusive school for children with diverse learning needs. She believes in treating an individual chiild as unique and provide equal opportunities to every one of them. Listen in and get an awareness through this iinformal chat.

Season 2 – Episode 4 – Humour in the classrroom

This episode has been published and can be heard everywhere your podcast is available. Its been over 16 months of lockdown and there seems to be no respite. Students miss their games, miss the contact with their friends. Humour I believe is one antidote for the alienation, for the depressed feelings. According to Edward deContinue reading “Season 2 – Episode 4 – Humour in the classrroom”

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