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What connects the assasination attempt of King Jospeh 1 in Portugal, the ban on the Konkani language in Goa and a story about a young Lord Krishna, whose bravery provided the name of a famous waterfall? And how does it have an impact on almost all our culinary practices as Indians? This week, in the fourth episode of Fabulous Foods, we discover an unlikely music and storytelling tradition which is fast disappearing from our landscape. Tune in, and discover how this tradition encapsulates primal emotions felt by women, and how does it become a benchmark to evaluate countries we travel to.
Special thanks to Heta Pandit for her important book, Grinding Stories Retold: Songs from Goa https://champaca.in/products/grinding-stories-retold-songs-from-goa?variant=39553068695587
Check out their YouTube channel for more such songs: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChcxBGuuS423ga3EOQRkINA
Till then Check out the other episodes of "The Great Migration"
Bhojpur, Sexuality and Migration Songs :- https://ivm.today/3LQvFQC
Money Orders, Dehradun and Transatlantic Slave Trade :- https://ivm.today/34UHdln
Chettiars, Burma and Fiery Dragons :- https://ivm.today/3JOMfyA
Gujaratis, Uganda and The Last King of Scotland :- https://ivm.today/33Herns
The Malayalis of Pakistan :- https://ivm.today/3Hk67YQ
Sindhis, Crocodiles and Abida Parveen :- https://ivm.today/3BRlRRW
You can check previous episodes of 'Podcasts from Nowhere' on IVM Podcasts website
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