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StoryJam
Hindi Urdu Audio Stories
I find stories that I like and then read them out to you in hopes that you'd like them too. Some of these are well known, others need some airing in the sun, so I draw them out. Hindi Kahaniyan, har hafte...Yahan aur yahan bhi.... Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/0rG7ez0Pku1MuWhfvo6Dtz Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/storyjam-hindi-urdu-audio-stories/id1513845846 Gaana.com https://gaana.com/podcast/storyjam-hindi-urdu-audio-stories-season-1 RadioPublic https://radiopublic.com/storyjam-GmywpN Pocket Casts https://pca.st/rwdymlsd Overcast https://overcast.fm/itu
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Ratings & Reviews
Storytelling par excellence
This podcast has me ! Simple heart warming stories, and so visual , sends a surge of warmth every time I listen. She has a way of pumping in so much emotion in her narration, and effortlessly at that. It’s sheer delight. Makes me want to dive deep into Hindi literature, one little story at a...Read full review »
the small shot via Apple Podcasts · India · 08/26/20
Love the stories
Your choice of stories with your wonderful voice take me back in time! Thank you! I
sktalwar via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/31/20
Treasure
Unusual and unique choice of stories, with an extra special narration. Must hear!
hari p. via Apple Podcasts · India · 07/22/20
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