Around the world, and throughout history, billions of people have believed in an entire race of creatures known as the djinn. Ancient, powerful, and hidden from the human eye, djinn lore spans continents and centuries. Join host Rabia Chaudry every week as she takes you into the world you never even knew existed, the world of the Hidden Djinn.
We Are Not Alone
The world of the djinn is ancient, but where did it all begin? This week's episode explores some of the earlier origin stories about where the djinn came from and exactly who and what they are.
Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are
The djinn may be everywhere but like us, they have their favorite haunts too. Find out where you can find them.
When You See It
Djinn sightings and experiences have been reported for millenia, so what do the djinn look like, and how do you know if there's one right next to you?
All In Your Head
Throughout history people have blamed the supernatural for physical and psychological ailments, and for good reason. But given our medical advancements today, where do the djinn fit into into mental illness and disease?ut given our medical advancements today, where do the djinn fit into into mental illness and disease?
I Dream Of Djinniya
They say Hell hath no fury as a scorned woman, but wait until you hear about the very first scorned female djinniya and her eternal revenge.
Few things are as intriguing to the human psyche as forbidden love, even if that love is so dangerous, it could cost you your life. And that's sometimes the price that's paid when a human and djinn become involved in ways you may never have imagined. Involvements that, often times, aren't completely voluntary.
I listened to this a couple years ago and was completely captivated by it. Am currently watching Ms. Marvel and am excited to listen to this series again for a refresher. This is one of my favorite podcast series ever. Incredible story telling, culturally informative and honestly just entertaining. 100% would recommend.
A wonderful introduction to the Djinn
This podcast is an introduction to the Djinn, who/what they are, their place in Muslim and world culture, and the stories that surround them. It’s told mainly through stories, both literary and the lived experiences of contemporary people. It’s done in a way that’s respectful of and open to these beliefs while not necessarily being entirely credulous. It’s really fun.
Fascinating and well made
I love Rabia’s narrations. She is a great storyteller!