Thank you for making the history of my country so interesting! I wish you were there when I was learning history at school ( it was so boring!). I can sense your love and respect for our history.
Lotus_2 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/02/22
I have always been interested in history , especially Indian history! Reading is sometimes boring , hence I decided to hear the podcasts and I chose this one. I am absolutely surprised on how knowledgeable he is is and the way he tells stories of history , it’s very engaging and entertaining! I...Read full review »
toolika123 via Apple Podcasts · India · 09/02/21
I stumbled upon this podcast by chance and got hooked on to it immediately. I respect and love that the narrator tells us how dependable/ credible the source is for each of the pieces of information he gives. You know right away that he’s trying to be as unbiased and as true to the story as is...Read full review »
rupasp via Apple Podcasts · India · 08/27/21
I feel sorry for a Brit trying to pronounce Indian names. That being said, the research is well done and the info well delivered.
Shoggy74 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 08/10/21
This is not The History of India. This is a collection of rambling mostly antidotal tales about India’s past. I went through this for 90 days, hoping that today would be the day that he starts using dates to apply some cause and effect, or failing that, he would just move about India region by...Read full review »
JB94083 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/18/21
Can't stop listening to the podcast. Exactly what I was looking for a long time. Episodes are very systematically plannedRead full review »
arpitaxxx via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 05/06/21
Very hard to find good resources for India history this is very informative, looking forward to other regions covered specifically during this time protest in India maybe something covering the importance of farming in Punjab and Indian history
joepowar via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 01/18/21
This podcast is so beautifully structured that one can actually create a visual map of the geography and the events of that time. I got hooked onto this podcast in the very first minute of the first episode. There are a lot of people pointing out the pronunciation for the Hindi/Sanskrit words;...Read full review »
Shreya Tewari via Apple Podcasts · India · 09/22/20
Great podcast! I love history but didnt know anything about Indian history yet. Especially early history I really enjoy learning about. You have a great way of narrating and its very educational.
Erik Nyez via Apple Podcasts · Netherlands · 08/20/20
This is such an achievement as a podcast. If you enjoy history, this is definitely worth a listen. The host does a fantastic job of telling a history that spans centuries and the varied Indian cultures. He discusses how changes in power affects the telling of the history and addresses the impact...Read full review »
Millie Mimosa via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 07/25/20
This podcast is a gem. The author does real history, tells real stories from India. I really hope this podcast takes off.
Vapnij via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/28/20
This is what could be called the labor of love. It is one and it feels like one. Keep up the good work. As for the pronunciation part, it is pathetic at places, especially when the word in question acquires a different avatar of its own. But the story makes it all worth it!!
Neel S Parmar via Apple Podcasts · India · 06/04/20
Had the great opportunity of visiting India just prior to the COVID pandemic. Giving this podcast an opportunity to unwind the complex histories that make up the vast and various areas of India. This may take a while....
Just hilarious via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/30/20
It’s been enlightening to familiarize with history again after drudging through oh my god boring in school. And love the creators effort to be neutral and sympathetic unlike earlier historians. The direct from source is such an amazing device to learn about the priorities of people in those days....Read full review »
Mayank unique via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/31/20
Hi Professor, haven’t heard a new podcast in while- missing your historical puns - give us a hint when we can expect the next one
Chitkhoj via Apple Podcasts · India · 03/06/20
Venkateshwra supbrabatham is not part of the Vedic corpus, it was composed in the 15th century by Anantacharya. So, please do a favor and fact check; not anything that’s composed in Sanskrit is part of Vedic corpus nor it’s ancient.
Nambiandan via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/19/20
A thoroughly excellent history podcast 💛
Blue_Candle via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 01/06/20
You’ve really worked hard for this podcast. It’s awesome, yet like everyone’s saying - “Hindi and Sanskrit Pronunciation is a bit awkward”. I know it’s really tough for non-natives to speak Pure Hindi. Never mind. Good Job! ))))
PrachiBhardwaj via Apple Podcasts · India · 12/10/19
Hey kit Shekhar Sehgal from New Zealand, thoroughly enjoy your series! When’s the next episode coming out?
shekharnz via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 10/03/19
I’m generally very skeptical of histories of ancient India because of how many agendas there are about the subcontinent’s past, left, right or centre. This podcast has so far been an absolute destroyer of my skepticism. Kit Patrick’s generous and respectful inclusion of original sources means...Read full review »
Sri Sarma via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/18/19
This podcast made me truly enjoy ancient history, a subject I had always considered to be dead and obsolete. The narration is brilliant and the content extremely relevant. It gives you the experience of journeying through the past and brings ancient India to life, replete with its passionate...Read full review »
Nao Me via Apple Podcasts · India · 08/13/19
I am a history buff. I have listened to a lot of history podcasts on topics ranging from Rome and Britain to China. This is by far the best podcast. Kit Patrick’s love for Indian history is apparent. His knowledge is complemented by a really fun and likeable personality. Kit rocks!
Kris5385 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/21/19
This is a well explained, simple and lucid survey of the subject with many references to primary sources that one can look up and read for themselves
snowboardsurfergloop via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/10/19
I have just recently started listening to this podcast and it is one of the most interesting and well structured podcast I’ve come across. Thanks to you, years of heavy ancient history are easy to listen to and fun to hear about. 😊
Nim.7 via Apple Podcasts · India · 05/14/19
If the history of India does not start pre Ishvaku clan then how can a podcast claim to speak about history of India? If Ram is conveniently considered mythological then how can the speaker introduce Mohammad later claiming he wasn’t mythical too? Too many inconsistencies overall in the...Read full review »
TheToothDoctor via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/13/19
Kirk Patricks' "History of India Podcast' bring the product of a Philosopher, makes it so attractive, made me to hear it repeatedly. He presents it analytically, scientifically, even as he presents the myths. Overall I rate it 5/5'Read full review »
pacer80+ via Apple Podcasts · India · 03/16/19
One of the best topic-specific history podcasts around. The treatment of ancient history is complete and reflects contemporary findings. Lots of fun, easy to listen to.
frankBR via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/07/19
Great podcast!!
IktovianShieldAnvil via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/31/18
I love to hear this podcast. I had to pay extra attention when you pronounce some Hindi/Sanskrit words but I can get the meaning and that's what matters. Your energy and enthusiasm makes it great to hear. 😊Read full review »
___Alok___ via Apple Podcasts · India · 09/27/18
The host of this show presents the history of India in a highly engaging way! This podcast is well worth your time!
HistoryDude1492 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/15/18
This is such a great prodcast I’ve ever heard. It’s gives us details about our ancient history in such a great and interesting way.
chainsaa via Apple Podcasts · India · 06/26/18
Where is kit Patrick? It’s almost 3 months when last pod came?
rbhadaur via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/24/18
This is the best podcast I have ever heard. Kit explains eveything in spectacular clarity. He also adds bits of humour in between which makes it even more interesting. The podcasts are helping me to undestand ancient India better. Thank you Kit. You are doing a great job.
two.face.01 via Apple Podcasts · India · 06/21/18
Engaging & thought provoking. Check this one out
Christian Rodier via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/16/18
For bringing the complex history of the Indian subcontinent to me in a way I can understand....well done
cndphd via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/30/18
I’ve been following this podcast for a while now and use it for my ancient history preparation for the civil service examination. The choice of using Pataliputra as an anchor for the narrative is brilliant and makes it easy to locate oneself in the history of a vast and ancient civilisation. Many...Read full review »
Baibhavp24 via Apple Podcasts · India · 03/15/18
I like this podcast. The narrator has great enthusiasm. Also @people getting worked up over accents and pronounciations: one should overlook such trivialities because us Indians also make mistakes about other Indian cultures. Also in history all that matters is the central idea. Hence I like...Read full review »
Anshulshuks via Apple Podcasts · India · 03/01/18
If you are at all interested in the history of India, take a gander.
ojhaa94 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/01/18
It is enlightening to me despite being an Indian.
Bhaumikkumar via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/29/17
I found this podcast a few weeks back and I binged listened to it. The content is great. I listen to a lot of podcast and this has become one of the few that I look forward listening to. Thank you for putting the time wand work you put into this subject. Looking forward to all the new episodes to...Read full review »
Morning Citizen Radio via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/15/17
The narrator weaves scenes of yore with an enthusiastic and beautiful narration. A wonderful source to know ancient India as closely as one can imagine.
willow bly via Apple Podcasts · India · 12/11/17
As a fan of History of Rome, Hardcore History, Common Sense, and History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps, this is by far the best. The scope, sequence, length, and depth are perfect for an introduction to this vital source culture
D.r.Baker via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/09/17
This podcast is full of the high quality history more people in the West should be listening to.
Badcold via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/12/17
An informed and informal podcast by a lovely chap- I always look forward to the next one
Veganyogisara via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 11/10/17
well cool
Bingo Jerry via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/12/17
you yourself mentioned it that the stories of ancient india are not coherant - That is a very single evidence that ancient India was not a single country. HIstory of ancient india is history of Bihar ? - weak arguement. you seem to speak out of the pride of your wife. that is good but I do...Read full review »
Tamizhian via Apple Podcasts · Switzerland · 06/25/17
A topic that many Americans could learn more about - including myself, an ABCD. But beyond the topic the narrative is organized but still has enough tangents so that it's not just a list of kings - he brings the history alive A GREAT podcastRead full review »
YipeeKaiYay via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/06/17
I just have listened to the first episode But I am already so intrigued Your voice is humerus in a serious way And I really love that your unapologetically apologizing for your lack of knowledge and unwillingness to step on anyone else's beliefs because that then Gets god damn exhausting...Read full review »
Jv199618 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 05/26/17
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