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Motivational and Inspirational Podcasts for Women

We generally love podcasts for women on the topics most relevant to our daily lives. Below you will find the best women empowerment podcasts, inspiring female and young girls. Each podcast differs and covers a variety of topics, offering something original and new for everyone.

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The Swami Vivekanand Mission in Chicago – A Higher Calling!

Listen to Swami Ishatmanana share his ideas and philosophy that makes him commit his life to learning of Swami Vivekanand. A religious treatise and social polity interface. This is from the Global Desi World and Women Archives

Making Theatre a Space for Women’s Empowerment

Listen to Promila Kumar, Founder of Ekjut Theatre. She discusses her staging of ‘Yoni ki Baat’ in Chicago as part of diaspora engagement and empowerment. A take on the Vagina Monologues, a powerful tool to highlight the atrocities against women and gender-based violence. This recording is from the Global Desi World and Women Archives

Making North and South Meet with Education of Children

Listen to Dr. Ratnam Chitturi founder of North South Foundation. He created a community of learners of education and of values to knit together the South Asian Community of Chicago and beyond. This recording is from the Global desi World and Women Archives

Coping with Stress – Working Women Wellbeing Podcast Series

As Women have been doing so much of work from home. We reached out to health and mental health professionals to get their take on what stress is and what to do about it. Listen to Anjali Pal and Reshma Shah share their ideas. Dr Anjali Pal is MBBS doctor at AIMS and Reshma Shah is a licensed counselor and founder of a non profit agency SAHARA. This Working Women & Well being series will feature comparative perspectives from US and India. Stay tuned for several other podcasts in this series featuring many professionals.

When it is not Love

When is love not love…listen to deep and meaningful insights from therapist and Professor Dr. Marta Lundy share her perspective This is a recording of the Global Desi World and Women Show hosted by Shweta Singh. The guest on the show was Dr. Marta Lundy, an M.SW., P.H.D. L.C.S.W. Counselor. It is from our archives. Check out other related podcasts.

Motivating students for social service

Listen to the start of a journey of motivating young students to think about society. The academic and NSS officer Dr. Tulika Chakravorty. From a beginning in Banaras to a Ph.D. on Fisherwomen after marriage to an academic…

A call to transform from corporate to NGO

From a call to do more meaningful work, joining the Anna Hazare movement against corruption to enabling numerous women to become entrepreneurs. Prashant Pal the Founder of Pure India Trust is helping NGOs and Youth build capacity.

Different Kind of Fairy Tales

Irina Ruvinsky shares her take on the horror genre of Fairy Tales. The German Romantic traditions come alive in this conversation. Photo by Simon Berger on Unsplash

Working in Foreign Services – Indian Lady!

What is it like to be working as a woman in the Indian Foreign Services!

Womanhood & Body – A Conversation

Listen Bhairavi Goswami, an Indian Film actress share her role, performance in the movie Kamasutra and her take on Women’s Body Shaming, Health, & Sexuality. This is a recording from the Global Desi World and Women Archives

Early Morning Reflections

What can be the additional thing missing from our life…that thing. Is curiosity. The joy of a child’s way is curiosity…each sense important to them. Mud to flowers to spoons…& what is the hallmark of the most accomplished older people. Its commitment…commitment to family, to society, to friends…to a cause…to something bigger than ourselves. Ofcourse the first one is basic needs of survival. Food. Safety. Shelter. We need to retain those two for joyful living. Curiosity and Commitment.

From the Upanishad उपनिषद से

Your Being in interdependence in Hindi

Intersectionality – Race, Gender and Academic Identities

A conversation with three leading women academics from discipline of Social Work Dr. Janice Mathews Rasheed, Dr. Maria Vidal De Haymes, and Dr. Katherine Tyson McCrea