Listen to our new series about financial wellbeing. Kalpana Raghuraman is Artistic Director at Kalpana Arts and is a professional dancer for more than 25 years. She speaks her mind with DesiYUP founder Mahesvari Autar giving the listener insightful tips to keep the...
Feel the joy of Holi and listen to our special podcast featuring some of our favourite musicians.
DesiYUP Podcast with the Indian Ambassador to The Netherlands Venu Rajamony
https://soundcloud.com/user-524461546/yoga-nidra-met-shalini-en-prewien-desiyup-podcast In this episode DesiYUP founder Mahesvari Autar talks about Yoga Nidra and the upcoming concerts on the January 11 2020 with American-Indian artists Aks and Lakshmi. In the studio...
In this podcast we interview dr. Pranobe Oemrawsingh. He talks about the stoptober challende where he doesn’t eat meat for a month to motivate others to stop smoking.
Each and every time when there is a party within his family or friends circle Raj carefully plans an escape-route from the festivity. He is eager to avoid the loudness of sound produced by the band or DJ.
This is the 6th episode of the DesiYUP Radio Program. Since a few months we are promoting more fusion and crossover music at Stanvaste Radio. Our program is sponsored by restaurant The Pepper Trail. Our next radio program is Wednesday 17th of April between 19.00 and...
An interview of Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia with presentator Kries Bandhoe, Amor FM. Was broadcast on Dutch radio on Friday the 20th of May.
PanditJi talked about his love for the bansuri, his life path and how he struggled to start his journey into Indian Classical music.
Last night (September 21st) I saw a live performance of Nitin Sawhney. I loved every single piece of music. Because I lack words to describe my feelings and the excitement to see him perform at the Royal Albert Hall I have made this podcast so you will hear why I’m so overwhelmed by his incredible music.
DesiYUP attended the Darbar Festival at the Soutbank Centre. During a double bill concert we traveled from South to North. First we heard the moving sound of Bansuri by carnatic flutist Shashank Subramanyam. Shashank is a household name in South India.