'The शायरी Teller' is where 'couplets' get redefined as शायरी and Story coming together as a couple. Yes, these चलती-फिरती, experimental शायories are here to nestle in your ears. :)
Sabika's letter has received The शायरी Teller's शायराना response. मोहतरमा... काफ़ी ख़फ़ा हैं... हिम्मत बाँधने के लिये ही सही, मेरे साथ शायरी Teller के गिले नहीं सुनेंगे?
Pehlaa Paighaam: Taarruf
It's been a year since The Shayari Teller heard from Sabika. So. Away from all the social media gaze, Sabika decided to secretly reunite with The Shayari Teller and is ready to meet and greet her, with a peace offering.
DISCLAIMER: Private party premises!
Direction and Editing: Rishabh Mittal
On International Podcast Day, I wanted to bring a sense of community to The Shayari Teller - I wanted to bring a sense of 'We'ness, a sense of 'Hum'. It is no coincidence, really, that as a run-up to this episode you have heard 'Jazbaatein' and 'Hum' because I could even call this episode 'Humaaree Jazbaatein', :D Tonight, I am excited and how to find myself introducing a fresh voice, a fresh perspective through this old, old soul who I like to call 'The Kabir of Our Times'... Allow me to introduce on this island-of-sorts... Kavishness! :)
I have been wanting to get to the point where every podcast episode sounds like I am sending you a personalised WhatsApp voice note! And since I owe you an apology and deserve to demand some long-due attention, here it is, the perfect occasion to dole out this double dose of heart-to-heart experimental Shayari, minus the music and minus the this and the that!
I have recently entered my 30s and decided to actively slow things down a little. Decided to take my own sweet time with Episode 6, primarily because I had shut The Shayari Teller Shop for what I have come to call 'Spiritual Maintenance'. The story behind the Shayari and the details about this Mental Health sabbatical-of-sorts in the next episode. Hope all of you have been breathing better too! :)
#PRIDE SPECIAL EPISODE
It has never been easy. Most would refuse to believe me. It sounded naive to some, fantastical to some and plain impossible to the rest. But nobody understood it as polyness. Including me. Till I finally did. Here's my coming-out-piece-of-sorts. This is that one piece that I have been wanting to share by shouting off of rooftops! Seems like Hubhopper is my chosen rooftop!
As nervous as I am excited to FINALLY introduce... Sailaabika!
P.S.: Here's my Happy Poly chant for you: Poly and you know it and you really want to show it? Clap your hands!!! (Or DM me @jaamuni on Insta)
Magic in voice
Sabika the shayari teller has a stunning voice! Whenever I heard your voice I fell another level of relief !
Thank you Subika