18 episodes

We are two best friends who met in college in Bangalore. But right after college we drifted apart as we moved to different parts of the world. Now, whenever we do catch up, we talk about everything under the sun and usually end up having pretty philosophical conversations.

So with the ongoing COVID-19 situation and with everybody in lock down, we thought it would be a great idea to put our conversations out there to let you know that if you ever feel lonely or need someone to keep you company, you've got two friends out here who've got your back.

Email: podcast.keepingitsimple@gmail.com

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We are two best friends who met in college in Bangalore. But right after college we drifted apart as we moved to different parts of the world. Now, whenever we do catch up, we talk about everything under the sun and usually end up having pretty philosophical conversations.

So with the ongoing COVID-19 situation and with everybody in lock down, we thought it would be a great idea to put our conversations out there to let you know that if you ever feel lonely or need someone to keep you company, you've got two friends out here who've got your back.

Email: podcast.keepingitsimple@gmail.com

    Episode 18: Best cricket banter with friends : Part 2

    Episode 18: Best cricket banter with friends : Part 2

    On part 2 of the best cricket banter with friends we carry on the fun conversation from part 1 and discuss our favorite memories of watching cricket and also try and address the controversial question, 'Is Sachin Tendulkar, the greatest Indian batsman of all time?'. This and more on today's episode. 

    We hope you enjoy.

    Do share your thoughts and feedback by writing to us at podcast.keepingitsimple@gmail.com. We always love hearing your thoughts. 

    • 46 min
    Episode 17: Best cricket banter with friends: Part 1

    Episode 17: Best cricket banter with friends: Part 1

    On today's episode I discuss the love for cricket with two of my closest friends, Ganapathy and Suhas! And the reason I have invited them here today is because of their huge love for the game obviously but they are also one of the few people in my circles who have a very keen and passionate perspective on the game. And over the years we have had a lot of passionate discussions about the game and we are hoping to recreate some of that passion here today.

    Some of the things we talk about are how our love for the game began, our funniest memories while playing cricket, our favourite memories of the Indian Cricket team, and we also debate on who we think is the greatest Indian batsman of all time! This episode has been divided into two parts and you are listening to part 1.

    Don't forget to check out part 2 of this conversation. 

    We hope you enjoy.

    Do share your thoughts and feedback by writing to us at podcast.keepingitsimple@gmail.com. We always love hearing your thoughts.

    • 59 min
    Episode 16: What can cricket teach you about life?

    Episode 16: What can cricket teach you about life?

    As I was gearing up to watch the ongoing IPL season, I came across the documentary called 'The Test: A New Era for Australia's Team'. This is a beautifully made documentary about the rise of the Australian Cricket Team after the famous ball tampering scandal involving Australian cricketers Cameron Bancroft, Steve Smith and David Warner which led to their ban from playing all forms of cricket for a year. Even though this documentary tells an engaging cricketing story, I couldn't help but find so many similarities in the challenges the cricketers faced and the challenges we face in our life. I think this similarity was what made it so much more engaging. 

    So on this episode of keeping it simple i speak about what life lessons I learned from the Aussie Team's journey on 'The Test: A New Era for Australia's Team'. We hope you enjoy. 

    If you want to watch this documentary, you can find it on amazon prime: https://www.amazon.com/Test-New-Era-Australias-Team/dp/B085FQCDFQ

    If you liked this episode please do subscribe to our podcast and leave a review. It always helps us in reaching more and more people.

    If you have any thoughts or feedback please send them in to podcast.keepingitsimple@gmail.com. We always love hearing what you have to say. 

    Thanks again for listening. 

    • 17 min
    Episode 15: Would you be a chair or a table?

    Episode 15: Would you be a chair or a table?

    Today's episode of Keeping it Simple is going to be a little different. After talking about a lot of heavy topics, we felt like keeping it light today. So on today's episode, Sachin and I played a fun game of This or That and why?  So basically we ask each other this or that questions, we then pick an answer and then we explain why we chose the answer. Some questions are plain dumb and just for fun, while are some are more philosophical and will hopefully give you some insight into how we both think. 

    And guys you also play along. Think about your answers. You may surprise yourselves with your choices.

    Here are some of the questions we answer:


    Be a chair or a table?
    Win $50,000 or let your best friend win $500,000?
    Be a heartbreaker or the one that always gets your heart broken?
    Be in a gunfight or a knife fight?
    A 99% chance to win $100,000 or a 50-50 chance at $10 million?
    A successful career or a happy family life?

    Hope you guys enjoy.

    Do send in your thoughts and feedback to podcast.keepingitsimple@gmail.com. We always love hearing from you. 

    If you like our work and also like to keep it simple, then please do subscribe to our podcast and leave a review so that more and more people can discover our podcast.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Episode 14: Only with acceptance can there be recovery

    Episode 14: Only with acceptance can there be recovery

    Hello folks. On today's solo episode of keeping it simple, I take you through a beautiful story that I first came across in my school. It's one of the only stories that I remember from school. The only one that left a lasting impact. The only one that stood the test of time because of its relevance even in today's times.

    The story gives us a very important message. One that we often forget. A lesson in acceptance.

    Hope you enjoy.

    If you have any thoughts or feedback, please write to us at podcast.keepingitsimple@gmail.com. We love hearing them.

    • 15 min
    Episode 13: How to think about charity?

    Episode 13: How to think about charity?

    Charity is a noble thing to do. We have all heard that statement. But that doesn't mean that it can't set off a whole lot of questions in our mind. Questions like, why should we donate? Is my help really essential? Is it okay if I don't feel like donating? How will our money be used? Will it reach the right people? Will it make an impact? Is the organisation I am donating too, a legit one?

    So in today's episode of keeping it simple, we decided to explore all of these questions with two of our very close friends, Suhas and Nischal.

    We hope you enjoy the episode. 

    Do send us your thoughts and feedback to podcast.keepingitsimple@gmail.com. We would love to hear them. 

    • 1 hr 20 min

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