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The podcast that interviews entrepreneurs and activists, politicians and professors, journalists, entertainers, spiritual teachers, and more on how Hinduism shapes their work and lives. All American. So Hindu. Brought to you by the Hindu American Foundation.

    Easan Katir tells us how to align our beliefs with our stock portfolios through Dharmic Investing

    Easan Katir tells us how to align our beliefs with our stock portfolios through Dharmic Investing

    In this episode Mat McDermott speaks with HAF’s very own Easan Katir about his recent article in Hinduism Today magazine about dharmic investing: what it is, how it is different from other forms of ethical investing, and how we can all apply Hindu principles to our financial decisions.

    • 16 min
    Kanchan Koya explains how one secret of good health is Spice Space Baby

    Kanchan Koya explains how one secret of good health is Spice Space Baby

    In this episode Sheetal Shah talks with Kanchan Koya, food as medicine practitioner, health coach, and founder of Spice Spice Baby, about the benefits of different spices and the science behind them.

    • 44 min
    Mango & Marigold Press and Modi Toys are helping Hindu parents pass on traditions to their kids

    Mango & Marigold Press and Modi Toys are helping Hindu parents pass on traditions to their kids

    In this episode Sheetal Shah has a conversation with the founder of Mango and Marigold Press Sailaja Joshi and the founder of Modi Toys, Avani Modi Sarkar, about what led each of them to start companies making books and toys aimed at Hindu and Indian Americans.

    • 30 min
    Sudarshan Ramabadran explains the importance of the soft power India holds in yoga and Ayurveda

    Sudarshan Ramabadran explains the importance of the soft power India holds in yoga and Ayurveda

    In this episode Suhag Shukla speaks with Sudarshan Ramabadran, senior research fellow and administrative head at India Foundation’s Center for Soft Power. In addition to talking about the so-called soft power India holds in the traditions of yoga and ayurveda, which have spread to what seems like nearly every country on Earth in the past two decades, Suhag and Sudarshan have an informative discussion on efforts to lift up the Dalit and tribal communities in India and how the Hindu tradition has been open to reform.

    • 38 min
    Brahmachari Sharan says Hindus need to focus on understanding our history, so we can become part of the world's present

    Brahmachari Sharan says Hindus need to focus on understanding our history, so we can become part of the world's present

    In this episode Suhag Shukla speaks with Brahmachari Sharan. Brahmachariji is Director of Hindu life and campus ministry at Georgetown
    the first Hindu monk to serve in this capacity at a Catholic university. They talk about the ongoing pandemic and continued Black Lives Matter protests, concerns he’s seeing among Hindu students, as well as both the opportunities and challenges in applying ancient Hindu spiritual teachings to contemporary social problems.

    • 49 min
    Middle East Forum's Sam Westrop and Clifford Smith in conversation with Samir Kalra

    Middle East Forum's Sam Westrop and Clifford Smith in conversation with Samir Kalra

    In this episode Samir Kalra speaks with Sam Westrop and Clifford Smith, of the Middle East Forum, on the influence of Islamist ideology on the Kashmir conflict and how it has spread around the world.

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