The Power of Paisa Podcast

A History, Education and Culture podcast
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Ever wondered about India's history outside of Independence? Ever wanted to learn beyond the scope of Gandhi and his non-violent philosophy? It's difficult when his face is literally EVERYWHERE, but other significant, historical figures are not given the same attention.The Power of Paisa presents a refreshing outlook on the various historical figures associated with India, and asking the question: who else should be on the rupee note?

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The first episode was well researched and there were no distracting audio issues. The host is well spoken and does an excellent job of expressing her ideas. I plan on following and am excited to see the show grow and develop.
This podcast has a really interesting, and important, concept. The presenter is clear, and knowledgable about her subject. Sound quality is good, and it is very informative. Hopefully future episodes will give more social context to help listeners unfamiliar with India culture & history. I look forward to this podcast running for years to come and will be listening with interest.

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Podcast Status
Aug 14th, 2020
Latest Episode
Aug 25th, 2020
Release Period
Avg. Episode Length
36 minutes

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