Season 1| Samvaad
Season 1| Samvaad
कीजिए अपने आप से एक सवाल, इस नए साल…
जीवन की ज़रूरतों को पूरा करते करते,
क्या हम भूल गए हैं, एक छोटी सी बात ?
नहीं समझे ... बात !
बात करना ही, भूल रहे है हम आज ..
~ बात नितिन के साथ @indianimator
वो कहते है ना, बात करेंगे तो बात बनेगी...
Divya Jain, a design entrepreneur talks about the frenetic impact of smartphones on our society, from the way of wishing someone on his/her birthday to the ways of living. We have become so much consumed into our smartphones and made it our world. She concludes with saying that it's up to you how you would like to shape your future relations ?
With his unique voice, song writing skills and guitar strings, Abhinav Joshi penned down the lyrics of the song based on his personal experience when he returned back to Udaipur to meet his old friends, no one turned up, and thus ‘Sab Baatein Hai’. He also mentions how this song is attached to his soul and how he feels about people listening to it! Lets listen to his latest track - ‘Sab baatein hain’ and know his thought process behind the song.
Jeetendra Ajmera is a multidisciplinary artist, storyteller, telling tales and everything around them. Lets listen to his flawless skills while he shares his childhood experiences with Nitin Jain, leaving Nitin in a dilemma about what he actually told was another ‘khubsurat jhooth’. To a lot many stories, narratives, and anything and everything which has plots, characters and a timeline, give this interview a listen !
Manan Tholia Jain, the president, Raksha talks about the voiceless animals and his inspiration behind the organisation! He lays focus on how humans are hurting these voiceless creatures amidst of celebrating festivals like Makar Sankranti, and how we can adopt simple measures and help save their lives. Let’s dig deeper into what he has to say about his inspiration, the measures to be taken & about the work of Raksha !
Anuj Agarwal, Founder and Partner at Cbetter comes up on the stage of Indibaat and shares his experience of how the mass media is influencing people especially in affirming people’s attitudes and opinions. He lay focus on the fact about why it is important for people to look at both sides of the coin. And how they can have multiple perspectives about the same topic, and create their bilateral judgements or opinions juxtaposed by the mass media.
Manu shares his thoughts about an artist’s responsibility in society and creates a thin line between past, present and the future and how our choices impact our responsibilities. He shares his experience about life as an art. He believes that you are responsible for your own responsibilities. And as they say it's the choices that make a man, we are all just a bundle of choices, and that's what responsibilities are, choices !