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Ask Aakar Anything

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You have questions? Aakar has the answers!

You have questions? Aakar has the answers!
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Audiomatic

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You have questions? Aakar has the answers!

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English


Episodes

Ask Aakar Anything #17: India Through a Mythological Lens

8/19/2015
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This week, Aakar answers questions about what insights Ramayana and Mahabharata provide into modern-day India, whether the Congress can pull off its aggressive avatar, who really invented Urdu, if we would have been better off with an Indic governance structure. Also, he tells us what men and women expect from Tinder. Music - Josh Woodward

Duration: 00:13:10


Ask Aakar Anything #14: Books and Booze

7/15/2015
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In this week's episode, Aakar answers questions about the recent shenanigans at Housing.com, what he makes of the Prime Minister's central Asian adventures, which is the best city to live in (spoiler: it’s neither Mumbai nor Delhi), and how Hobbesianism explains some Indian cultural traits. Bonus: Aakar Patel’s desert island wish-list. (Music - Josh Woodward)

Duration: 00:15:31


Ask Aakar Anything #13

7/7/2015
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This week, Aakar answers questions about whether business sense comes naturally to certain castes, what he thinks of the Indian media’s reluctance to scrutinize the personal lives of politicians, why he prefers physical books to e-books and what he thinks of veganism. (Music - Josh Woodward)

Ask Aakar Anything #10

6/17/2015
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This week Aakar answers questions on how technology is changing personal relationships, whether we build fancy airports because VIPs use them, the significance of religion in modern life, why Piyush Pandey and Prasoon Joshi are brilliant and is India disabled unfriendly. (Music - Josh Woodward)

Ask Aakar Anything #9

6/9/2015
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Aakar answers questions on what's making us Indians so angry on social media, what factors influence the high prices that Bollywood stars command, why is Kamaal R Khan so popular, how higher grades have little to do with a successful career and how you can be sensitive to your cross-dressing friend. (Music - Josh Woodward)