Best Indian Podcasts | Podcasts in India

The podcast is a series of spoken, audio episodes, often focused on a particular topic or theme, like cycling or startups.  Podcasts are “On Demand” and can be listened to on your schedule — not when a Radio Station decides to air it. Scroll down to know best indian podcasts.

 
Podcasts weren’t initially known as “Podcasts” until the words “iPods” and “broadcasts” were combined to create a new term. You can subscribe to the show with an app on your phone and listen to episodes.
 
best indian podcasts

 

Episodes are also normally run by one or two regular presenters, talking about a particular subject, and they’ll often get outside guests on to contribute.

A lot of podcasts are really simple, just a few friends chatting about something that they’re all into, but some are very professional, including theme music, sound effects, professional editing and more.

Best Indian Podcasts

1. “The Inspiring Talk” – Bijay Gautam

best indian podcasts
“The Inspiring Talk”

2. “Maed in India”

best indian podcasts
“Maed in India”

3. “Trial By Error – The Aarushi Files”

best indian podcasts
“Trial By Error – The Aarushi Files”

4. “All India Bakchod”- Tanmay Bhat

best indian podcasts
“AIB”

5. “History of India” – Kit Patrick

best indian podcasts
“History of India”

6. “The Indian Startup Show”

best indian podcasts
“The Indian Startup Show”

7. “Bollywood With Miss Malini”

best indian podcasts
“Bollywood with Miss Malini”

8. “Cyrus Says”

best indian podcasts
“Cyrus Says”
 

9. “Entrepreneurs India Postcast – Jai Aenuga”

best indian podcasts
“Entrepreneurs India Postcast – Jai Aenuga”

10. “Our Last Week”

best indian podcasts
“Our Last Week”

Best Podcast Listening Apps 

  • RadioPublic
  • Pocket Casts
  • Castbox
  • Podbean
  • Stitcher
  • Laughable
  • TuneIn Radio
  • HubhopperHeadphones

What Makes a Good Podcast?

  1. Create better titles
  2. Content must be effective 
  3. Be authentic and unique
  4. Sound quality should be clear
  5. Seek for the best guests
  6. Don’t overload with information

So, if you’re a fan of the radio show, you can subscribe to the More or Less podcast and episodes are delivered to you each week. That means you can listen to them any time, rather than be stuck to the radio at the same time each week.

Shubham Nema

Shubham Nema is a Blogger, Content Writer and Owner of Lifeisaware.com

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