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Here I recite Hindi poems written by me and some of my favorite, all-time classics. इस पॉडकास्ट के माध्यम से मैं स्वरचित रचनाएँ और अपने प्रिय कवियों की कालजयी कवितायेँ प्रस्तुत कर रहा हूँ Three times "Author Of The Month" on StoryMirror in 2021. Open to collaborating with music composers and singers. Write to me on HindiPoemsByVivek@gmail.com #Hindi #Poetry #Shayri #Kavita #HindiPoetry #Ghazal
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Grihdah by Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay

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This story is about three young men and their love triangle, where two friends fall in love with the same girl. How do they choose that girl? Who will have to sacrifice their love? It is as confusing as it sounds, but it is more interesting, and it is serious about one such love triangle story inspired by a famous novel, “Gridah”, written by a famous writer and novel “Sarat Chandra Ji”. So what are you waiting for? Start Listening and Learn about this interesting love triangle only on “Audio ...
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Soul Portrait

Soul Portrait

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An Alternative | Experimental Rock Band hailing from Himachal Pradesh, India. The band Soul Portrait made its way initially with three of it's members Hitesh, Bhavtosh and Ashwani in the Autumn of 2012. After quite a few months the band felt the need of expanding it's line up which led to the addition of Anirudh, Khushal and Karan to the existing line up. The band primarily focuses on hunting for the most pleasing melodies and sounds. Technicalities have never been the priority of the band, ...
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Tale-A-Katha

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Tale-A-Katha Your story podcast to listen to the stories anywhere anytime. I wish to reach to those ears who have never seen the light of the day. A caring storyteller to cuddle you in the stories.
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Interview of the people who have excelled in their field with their dedication, devotion and determination. In this podcast channel you might listen to writers, poets, doctors, teachers, professors, business professionals, psychologists, coaches etc who have started with several difficulties but at the end they got what they really dreamt of. Every guest has something unique to share which can ignite some sparks in you as well. While taking the interview I have a learnt a lot from each of th ...
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A Photographers Casual Talk Show Where We Invite Photographer's And Traveller's share all kind of Experiences/ Stories we had while Travelling, shooting In the field. We Now Do Have Season 2 where We Are Sharing The Stories Behind the Images. And We Named That Series OF Podcast " Tasveer ". For More You Can Connect With Me on Instagram https://instagram.com/Devendermeena © Devendermeena
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